Geoffrey Shugen Arnold, Roshi
Zen Center of New York City, 12/22/2019
An adaptation of the Four Powers or the Four Factors of Tibetian Buddhism
Support in taking refuge; remorse for unskillful and harmful actions; antidotes of practice; and, resolve to proceed with wholesome constancy. In this Discourse Shugen Roshi adapts the Tibetan Four Powers, a practice of purification, to our individual and collective practice. When we can open our hearts, taking complete responsibility in the interdependent web of life, then nothing is forsaken.