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Teachings by Norman Fischer

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Versions of Saigyo
Norman's own versions of poems by this first and foremost of Japanese Buddhist poets, precursor of Basho.
Norman Fischer
Jan 01, 2000
 
A Traveling Jewish Theater seder grace
A poem written spontaneously at the 1999 Benefit seder of ATJT.
Norman Fischer
Apr 23, 1999
 
The Music of Our Lives
What does old man Zhaozhou have to say about the way we approach our everyday lives? How can we learn to listen to th...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Oct 31, 1998
 
La Música De Nuestras Vidas
Comentario sobre Hekiganroku (Crónicas del Acantilado Azul) caso #52: “Asnos cruzan, Caballos cruzan” de Zhaozhou
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Oct 31, 1998
 
Cutting Through Our Problems
Elder Ting asked Linji "What is the great meaning of the Buddhist Teaching?" Ji came down off his meditation seat, gr...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Mar 27, 1998
 
Nonattachment
Norman talks about finding happiness by letting go of desire and aversion. He tells us that non-attachment does not m...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Feb 16, 1998
 
Seeing Things as they Actually Are
Drawing on teachings from quantum physics and Manjusri Bodhisattva, Zoketsu encourages us to see things as they actua...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Nov 22, 1997
 
Sitting Down, Getting Up
To help us face the challenges of everyday living, Zoketsu explores the teachings of compassion, through three kinds ...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Nov 22, 1997
 
Suffering and the End of Suffering
In his introductory remarks as a weekend sesshin, Zoketsu suggests that we respect the forms of our practice during a...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Nov 21, 1997
 
Sufrimiento y Fin del Sufrimiento
Zoketsu sugiere que respetemos las formas de la práctica en retiro. Si no lo hacemos, no llegaríamos al fin del suf...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Nov 21, 1997