Weaving some of Maezumi Roshi's commentary into a talk on Zenki—"undivided activity"—Nyogen Roshi reminds us that all the Buddhist teachings are pointing directly at the individuals who receive them. "What is Buddha?" Roshi asks. "Buddha is … [Read more...] about Undivided Activity
The tradition of ango (which means “peaceful dwelling” in Japanese) began with the original Buddhist sangha that formed around Shakyamuni in the early years of his teaching in northern India. During the three or four months of the rainy … [Read more...] about Ango and Shuso Hossen
A friend asked me to go to New Orleans a couple of months ago. I said no. She was going there for a convention, and we could split the convention hotel rate the week before. I checked the hotels in the area. It was a great rate. I said no. … [Read more...] about Possibilities. Possibilities. Possibilities.
Tom Campbell, a professional physicist, has worked on some of the most complex military systems in the U.S. arsenal. Since the early 1970s, he has also been at the forefront of a movement to shift the study of consciousness from the … [Read more...] about Audio Interviews with Tom Campbell