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Teachings related to emptiness

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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
 
Wandering Around in the Diamond Sutra, Part I
Zoketsu introduces the emptiness teachings of the Vajracheddika Prajna Paramita Sutra, also known as the Diamond Sutra.
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
May 06, 2000
 
Wandering Around in the Diamond Sutra, Part II
Zoketsu continues an exploration of the essential emptiness of phenomena, as taught in the Diamond Sutra, with a disc...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
May 07, 2000
Buddhist Wisdom: The Diamond Sutra and the Heart Sutra
Conze’s classic translation, with very useful commentary, of both the Heart and Diamond sutras.
Edward Conze
Apr 24, 2001
 
Emptiness and the Four Seals
Zoketsu discusses "the simple but powerful teaching" of emptiness. He then discuss the four seals: impermanence, suf...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
May 03, 2001
 
Not Mind, Not Buddha, Not Anything
Nanquan Puyuan (Nanchuan) responded to the monks request for further teaching "[This truth] is not mind, not Buddha, ...
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Dec 11, 2001
  
Heart Sutra and Emptiness (Part 3 of 5)
Third in a series of five talks on this central Mahayana teaching.
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Mar 31, 2004
  
Heart Sutra and Emptiness (Part 4 of 5)
Fourth in a series of five talks on this central Mahayana teaching.
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Mar 31, 2004
  
Heart Sutra and Emptiness (Part 5 of 5)
Fifth in a series of five talks on this central Mahayana teaching.
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Mar 31, 2004
  
Heart Sutra and Emptiness (Part 1 of 5)
First in a series of five talks on this central Mahayana teaching.
Zoketsu Norman Fischer
Mar 31, 2004