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MN Zen Meditation Center: Sunday Talks

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Sunday Talks from the Zen Meditation Center on Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis, MN. Donations appreciated at MnZenCenter.org.

Latest Episodes

2019-10-20: Riding the Bull Home

Talk given by Wayne Moskowitz. Mounting the bull, Slowly I return homeward. The voice of my flute intones through the evening. Measuring with hand-beats the pulsating harmony, I direct the endless rhythm. Whoever hears this melody will join me. Comment: This struggle is over; gain and loss are assimilated. I sing the song of the village woodsman, and play the tunes of the children. Astride the bull, I observe the clouds above. Onward I go, no matter who may wish to call me back - Written by Kakuan Shien (Kuo-an Shih-yuan, 12th century China) - Translated by Nyogen Sensaki and Paul Reps, Illustrated by Tomikichiro Tokuriki (Zen Flesh, Zen Bones, 1957)

41 MIN2 d ago
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2019-10-20: Riding the Bull Home

2019-10-13: Compassion

Talk given by Andrea Grant. Sunday Talks from the Zen Meditation Center on Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis, MN. Donations appreciated at MnZenCenter.org.

49 MIN1 w ago
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2019-10-13: Compassion

2019-10-06: Across the Road

Talk given by Ted O'Toole. The arising of the *other* gives rise to the self; giving rise to self generates others. Know these seeming two as facets of the One Fundamental Reality. In this Emptiness, These two are really one, and each contains all phenomena. If not comparing, nor attached to *refined* and *vulgar* -- you will fall into judgment and opinion. -- from Trust in Heart-Mind, by Seng Tsan

31 MIN2 w ago
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2019-10-06: Across the Road

2019-09-29: The Resting of the Streams and Tides

Talk given by Bussho Lahn. The Resting of the Streams and Tides Just resting is like the great ocean accepting hundreds of streams, all absorbed into one flavor. Freely going ahead is like the great surging tides riding on the wind, all coming onto this shore together. How could they not reach into the genuine source? How could they not realize the great function that appears before us? A patch-robed monk follows movement and responds to changes in total harmony. Moreover, haven't you yourself established the mind that thinks up all the illusory conditions? This insight must be perfectly incorporated. --Hongzhi, practice instructions (from Cultivating the Empty Field)

8 MIN3 w ago
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2019-09-29: The Resting of the Streams and Tides
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Latest Episodes

2019-10-20: Riding the Bull Home

Talk given by Wayne Moskowitz. Mounting the bull, Slowly I return homeward. The voice of my flute intones through the evening. Measuring with hand-beats the pulsating harmony, I direct the endless rhythm. Whoever hears this melody will join me. Comment: This struggle is over; gain and loss are assimilated. I sing the song of the village woodsman, and play the tunes of the children. Astride the bull, I observe the clouds above. Onward I go, no matter who may wish to call me back - Written by Kakuan Shien (Kuo-an Shih-yuan, 12th century China) - Translated by Nyogen Sensaki and Paul Reps, Illustrated by Tomikichiro Tokuriki (Zen Flesh, Zen Bones, 1957)

41 MIN2 d ago
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2019-10-20: Riding the Bull Home

2019-10-13: Compassion

Talk given by Andrea Grant. Sunday Talks from the Zen Meditation Center on Lake Calhoun in Minneapolis, MN. Donations appreciated at MnZenCenter.org.

49 MIN1 w ago
Comments
2019-10-13: Compassion

2019-10-06: Across the Road

Talk given by Ted O'Toole. The arising of the *other* gives rise to the self; giving rise to self generates others. Know these seeming two as facets of the One Fundamental Reality. In this Emptiness, These two are really one, and each contains all phenomena. If not comparing, nor attached to *refined* and *vulgar* -- you will fall into judgment and opinion. -- from Trust in Heart-Mind, by Seng Tsan

31 MIN2 w ago
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2019-10-06: Across the Road

2019-09-29: The Resting of the Streams and Tides

Talk given by Bussho Lahn. The Resting of the Streams and Tides Just resting is like the great ocean accepting hundreds of streams, all absorbed into one flavor. Freely going ahead is like the great surging tides riding on the wind, all coming onto this shore together. How could they not reach into the genuine source? How could they not realize the great function that appears before us? A patch-robed monk follows movement and responds to changes in total harmony. Moreover, haven't you yourself established the mind that thinks up all the illusory conditions? This insight must be perfectly incorporated. --Hongzhi, practice instructions (from Cultivating the Empty Field)

8 MIN3 w ago
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2019-09-29: The Resting of the Streams and Tides
the END