Zen Talks from the Windhorse Zen CommunityAuthor: Windhorse Zen
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Zen Talks from the Windhorse Zen Community

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Dharma Talks on Zen from the Windhorse Zen Community, near Asheville, NC. Sunya Kjolhede Sensei is a sanctioned Dharma heir of Roshi Philip Kapleau, the abbot of the Rochester Zen Center, and the author of Three Pillars of Zen.

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    Not Just a Bag of Skin

    37 "Not Just a Bag of Skin"   Today's teisho by Sunya Sensei is a talk given at our Sunday sitting on September 30th 2012 from our Zendo in the North Carolina Mountains. You can hear a phobe's song in the background! 

    Thanks for your continued interest in these podcasts. Send us an email at our new email address windhorsezen@windhorsezen.org.  Let us know who you are, ask questions, just let us know you're listening.  The Windhorse Zen Community has meditation open to the public, and has a residential zen training program. To learn more, and to help support our podcasts and the work of the Windhorse Zen Community, see our website at www.windhorsezen.org 


  • Posted on 03 Oct 2012

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    The Tao and Zen, by Mitchell Doshin Cantor Sensei

    36 The Tao and Zen, by Mitchell Doshin Cantor - Today's teisho is a talk by Mitchell Doshin Cantor Sensei, a guest speaker at the Windhorse Zen Community in July of 2012. Sensei Cantor discusses the Tao and Zen.  Doshin Cantor Sensei is a Zen Teacher and a member of the White Plum Sangha, a Dharma heir of Madeline Ko-i Bastis. Sensei Cantor currently leads the Southern Palm Group in Boca Raton, Florida. Sensei Cantor is a photographer as well. His works can be seen here http://listeningwiththeeye.squarespace.com/

    Thanks for your continued interest in these podcasts. Send us an email at our new email address windhorsezen@windhorsezen.org.  Let us know who you are, ask questions, just let us know you're listening.  The Windhorse Zen Community has meditation open to the public, and has a residential zen training program. To learn more, and to help support our podcasts and the work of the Windhorse Zen Community, see our website at www.windhorsezen.org 


  • Posted on 09 Sep 2012

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    35 The Tao Te Ching, Teisho by Guy Leekley

    The Tao Te Ching, Teisho by Guy Leekley

    Today's teisho is a talk by Guy Leekley, a guest speaker at the Windhorse Zen Community, who discusses how "we can all learn from the ageless spiritual teachings of the Chinese classic, the Tao Te Ching." His new translation of the Tao Te Ching can be ordered here:

    http://www.anusara.com/index.php?page=shop.product_details&flypage=flypage.tpl&product_id=2689&category_id=8&option=com_virtuemart&Itemid=143

    and is available as a Kindle book here:

    http://www.amazon.com/Tao-Te-Ching-Version-ebook/dp/B004L2LJH6/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&m=AG56TWVU5XWC2&s=digital-text&qid=1308157608&sr=1-1

    Thanks for your continued interest in these podcasts. Send us an email at our new email address windhorsezen@windhorsezen.org.  Let us know who you are, ask questions, just let us know you're listening.  The Windhorse Zen Community has meditation open to the public, and has a residential zen training program. To learn more, and to help support our podcasts and the work of the Windhorse Zen Community, see our website at www.windhorsezen.org


  • Posted on 01 Aug 2012

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    34 A Grain of Sand

    A Grain of Sand -  Today's teisho by Sunya Kjolhede Sensei is from a talk given during an all-day sitting in March 2009 at our zendo in the North Carolina Mountains. Thanks for your continued interest in these podcasts. Send us an email at our new email address windhorsezen@windhorsezen.org.  Let us know who you are, ask questions, just let us know you're listening.  The Windhorse Zen Community has meditation open to the public, and has a residential zen training program. To learn more, and to help support our podcasts and the work of the Windhorse Zen Community, see our website at www.windhorsezen.org




  • Posted on 07 Mar 2010

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    33 A Spirit of Inquiry, Don't Assume Anything!

     

    A Spirit of Inquiry, Don't Assume Anything!- Today's teisho by Sunya Kjolhede Sensei is from a talk given in March 2009 at our zendo in the North Carolina Mountains. Thanks for your continued interest in these podcasts. Send us an email at our new email address windhorsezen@windhorsezen.org.  Let us know who you are, ask questions, just let us know you're listening.  The Windhorse Zen Community has meditation open to the public, and has a residential zen training program. To learn more, and to help support our podcasts and the work of the Windhorse Zen Community, see our website at www.windhorsezen.org

     


  • Posted on 15 Feb 2010

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