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Entries tagged with “Zen Buddhism”

Close to the Ground: Sisters Shouting at Gods

I was raised to be a good girl. Embedded in this phrase was the admonition to never talk back to my elders, and I did OK until I was six years old. Then one summer Sunday, itching …

How to Encourage Contemplation with a Zen Garden

If you’d like to develop a Zen garden of your own, follow these suggestions.

Podcast: Zen Teacher Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison

Are you in Zombieland? Zen Teacher Sensei Koshin Paley Ellison wants you to wake up.

The Savor Discipline

Merge the interests of your future and present selves

What Are You in Service To?

When I think about service, I think about my first teacher, Arvis Joen Justi. In my 20s, I became interested in Zen Buddhism through a book I read by Alan Watts. I cannot remember which one it was, but at the time, in the early 1980s, Watts was a popular writer and one of the first people to bring Eastern spiritual teachings to the West.

When Others Frustrate You

There’s a way of being that I’m trying to cultivate in myself — to let go of wanting others to be a certain way. Here’s the problem: we all get frustrated with other pe…

Zen Garden

As her family begins the restoration of a traditional Japanese-style garden, Zen teacher Karen Maezen Miller receives a teaching of love—and of letting go—in the fleeting beauty of its flowers.

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