Senior teacher Peter Van Der Sterre gives the eighth talk of a series on the Sandokai, “The Harmony of Difference and Sameness” (or “Merging of Difference and Equality”) to the Dharma Seminar. The Sandokai is a poem written by eighth Chinese Zen ancestor Sekito Kisen (700-790) and is a fundamental text of the Soto school of Zen. In this series we will be referencing commentaries by Shohaku Okumura (Living by Vow) and Suzuki Roshi (Branching Streams Flow in the Darkness). In the second half of this talk senior teacher Chris Fortin Leads the Sangha in a rememberance of our fellow senior teacher Jay Simoneaux.
Sandokai 2021 – Talk 8 – Peter Van der Sterre followed by Chris Fortin Simoneaux remembrance
By: Chris Fortin, Peter Van der Sterre | 05/05/2021
Location: Online in Zoom
In Topics: Other Zen and General Buddhist Studies, Suzuki roshi
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