Bodhidharma’s Skin, Flesh, Bones & Marrow

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Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi

True Dharma Eye, Case 201

Zen Mountain Monastery, 02/24/2019

In the case, four of Bodhidharma’s disciples express their understanding in their own ways, and each answer contains the teacher’s whole being. All perspectives necessary, and none superior nor inferior, this talk earnestly invites us to consider the case as related to the time and place of Bodhidharma’s teaching and successors, as well our own. Aspiring toward an enlightened society that extends beyond these lives in which we find ourselves currently practicing, how will we manifest Buddha, now and into the future?

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