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Teachings as part of Becoming a Student of Everyday Zen

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2. Not Always So
This is the second collection of Suzuki Roshi's lectures, and a companion volume to "Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind." Suzu...
Shunryu Suzuki
May 27, 2003
The Four Foundations of Mindfulness
A good commentary by an Asian Theravadin monk who taught in the West. Includes extensive use of traditional commenta...
Ven U Silananda
Jan 25, 2003
Anger
Thay’s usual simple, clear, and poetic treatment.
Thich Nhat Hanh
Sep 03, 2002
3. Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness
Suzuki Roshi talks about this important Soto Zen text whose theme is the interpenetration of oneness and diversity, a...
Shunryu Suzuki
Oct 01, 2001
 
Practicing Every Day Zen
In this talk, Zoketsu describes key attitudes and practices for studying and practicing Zen as in a committed way wit...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Mar 01, 2001
Meetings with Remarkable Women
A collection of interviews and profiles of some of the most significant first-generation American women teachers.
Lenore Friedman
Aug 15, 2000
Women Living Zen
A remarkable study of Soto Zen Buddhist nuns, based on both historical evidence and ethnographic data. Paula Arai sho...
Paula Arai
Aug 26, 1999
Being Bodies
Wonderful collection of personal essays on the body in practice.
Sue Moon
Aug 28, 1997
Healing Anger
Dalai lama’s commentary to Santideva’s chapter on patience (for Santideva’s Mahayana text Guide to the Bodhisat...
Dalai Lama
Mar 25, 1997
Subtle Sound
Teachings by an American Rinzai teacher who brought forward a deeply feminine (but also tough!) way of practice. An i...
Sherry Chayat
Nov 19, 1996