Dharma Talk Library
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Rev. Tenku RuffWhat To Do When We Don't Know What To Do02.17.18

What To Do When We Don’t Know What To Do

Rev. Mako VoelkelThe Three Bodies of Buddha02.10.18

The Three Bodies of Buddha

Rev. Mako VoelkelRohatsu 2017 Day 612.15.17

Rohatsu 2017 Day 6

Tim KrollRohatsu 2017 Day 512.14.17

Rohatsu 2017 Day 5

Rev. Mako VoelkelRohatsu 2017 Day 412.13.17

Rohatsu 2017 Day 4

Pat YingstRohatsu 2017 Day 212.11.17

Rohatsu 2017 Day 2

Rev. Mako VoelkelRohatsu 2017 Day 112.10.17

Rohatsu 2017 Day 1

Rev. Mako VoelkelWhat's in an intention?01.20.18

What’s in an intention?

Koji DreherContextualizing Buddhist Traditions01.27.18

Contextualizing Buddhist Traditions

Dawn NealHolding Conditions Lightly01.06.18

Holding Conditions Lightly

Rev. Mako VoelkelRohatsu 2017 Day 312.12.17

Rohatsu 2017 Day 3

Rev. Mako VoelkelLeaving HomeDecember 9th, 2017

Leaving Home

Rev. Mako VoelkelOn GratitudeDecember 2nd, 2017

On Gratitude

Rev. Mako VoelkelWhat is the Way-Seeking Life?November 11th, 2017

What is the Way-Seeking Life?

Tim KrollBeing Stuck, Being at HomeNovember 4th, 2017

Being Stuck, Being at Home

Mako VoelkelWhat brings us to a Zen center?October, 14th, 2017

What brings us to a Zen center?

Mako VoelkelEncouraging Your PracticeOctober, 7th, 2017

Encouraging Your Practice

Pat YingstHungry Ghosts and the Six Realms of ExistenceSeptember 30th, 2017

Hungry Ghosts and the Six Realms of Existence

Mako VoelkelThe Five Invitations to PracticeSeptember 23rd, 2017

The Five Invitations to Practice

Do-On Robert ThomasOnly a Buddha and a BuddhaSeptember 16th, 2017

Only a Buddha and a Buddha

Mako Voelkel The Transition of Right NowSeptember 2nd, 2017

The Transition of Right Now

Ed SattizahnOrdinary Mind is the WayAugust 19th, 2017

Ordinary Mind is the Way

Kanji Beth GoldringMirroring the Mind12.19.15

Mirroring the Mind

Kosho McCallThe Problems Themselves Are Not The ProblemJanuary 2nd, 2016

The Problems Themselves Are Not The Problem

Michael McCordThe Transformation of BotherJanuary 8th, 2016

The Transformation of Bother

Mako VoelkelAwakening to Who We Really AreJanuary 16th, 2016

Awakening to Who We Really Are

Kosho McCallProblems and the Choice they PresentJanuary 23rd, 2016

Problems and the Choice they Present

Pat YingstThe Miracle of MindJanuary 30th, 2016

AZC Annual Meeting – From Tassajara to Austin: The Problem of Rebirth

Kosho McCallAZC Annual Meeting – From Tassajara to Austin: The Problem of RebirthFebruary 6th, 2016

AZC Annual Meeting – From Tassajara to Austin: The Problem of Rebirth

Glenn NoblinCultivating Buddha’s Wisdom and CompassionFebruary 13th, 2016

Cultivating Buddha’s Wisdom and Compassion

Kosho McCallThe Story of the Buddha’s ParinirvanaFebruary 20th, 2016

The Story of the Buddha’s Parinirvana

Mako VoelkelImpermanence, Clinging, and How We Relate to Our ExperiencesMarch 27th, 2016

Impermanence, Clinging, and How We Relate to Our Experiences

Brad WarnerRebirth and ReincarnationMarch 5th, 2016

Rebirth and Reincarnation

Kosho McCallFalling Into the ToiletMarch 12th, 2016

Falling Into the Toilet

Jared MichaelsBeing in Touch with Current Events…and our True SelvesMarch 3rd, 2016

Being in Touch with Current Events…and our True Selves

Shotai De La RosaProper Zazen Posture Begins with the Back EndApril 2nd, 2016

Proper Zazen Posture Begins with the Back End

Myokei Caine-Barrett3000 Worlds in a Momentary State of ExistenceApril 9th, 2016

3000 Worlds in a Momentary State of Existence

Colin GipsonThe Gift of DoubtApril 23rd, 2016

The Gift of Doubt

Gaelyn GodwinStay Close to the Ground and Clearly ObserveApril 30th, 2016

Stay Close to the Ground and Clearly Observe

Glenn NoblinIs a Baby Still Crying?May 7th, 2016

Is a Baby Still Crying?

Kosho McCallMemories of Zenkei Blanche HartmanMay 14th, 2016

Memories of Zenkei Blanche Hartman

Glenn NoblinAn Invitation to LoveJune 6th, 2016

An Invitation to Love

Koji DreherHow to Have a Hard Time2016-06-18

How to Have a Hard Time

Koji DreherHow Big is Your Mind?2016-07-12

How Big is Your Mind?

Susan O’ConnellPracticing in the MudJuly 9th, 2016

Practicing in the Mud

Tulku Neten RinpocheTraining the Mind Through MeditationJuly 16th, 2016

Training the Mind Through Meditation

Do-on Robert ThomasHow’s It Going? It’s Going! July 30th, 2016

How’s It Going? It’s Going!

Do-on Robert ThomasComing and GoingAugust 6th, 2016

Coming and Going

Koji DreherAn Introduction to Buddhist PsychologyAugust 13th, 2016

An Introduction to Buddhist Psychology

Do-on Robert ThomasHow’s It Going? (More)August 20th, 2016

How’s It Going? (More)

Do-on Robert ThomasI Don’t Have a TeacherSeptember 3rd, 2016

I Don’t Have a Teacher

Do-on Robert ThomasComing, Going, and an Interesting and Someways Difficult TimeSeptember 10th, 2016

Coming, Going, and an Interesting and Someways Difficult Time

Koji DreherDropping off Body and MindSeptember, 17th 2016

Dropping off Body and Mind

Susan O’ConnellJudgment, Discernment, and CompassionSeptember, 24th, 2016

Judgment, Discernment, and Compassion

Koji DreherCraving and RenunciationOctober, 1st 2016

Craving and Renunciation

Peg SyversonHsin Hsin Ming-and SanghaOctober, 29th 2016

Hsin Hsin Ming-and Sangha

Koji DreherModernity and the Urge of DoingNovember, 5th 2016

Modernity and the Urge of Doing

Shotai De La RosaLetting GoAugust, 12th 2017

Letting Go

Shoryu BradleyYour Perspective Is (Most Likely) Not The Only One: Keep Investigating!August, 5th 2017

Your Perspective Is (Most Likely) Not The Only One: Keep Investigating!

Koji DreherTraditions and Other Social Constructs vs. Radical ContingencyJuly 29th 2017

Traditions and Other Social Constructs vs. Radical Contingency

Brad WarnerWhat Is Zen Anyway?!July 22nd 2017

What Is Zen Anyway?!

Do-on Robert Thomas Robert Thomas Answers Questions. Reflections on the Past Year, and the FutureJuly, 8th 2017

Robert Thomas Answers Questions. Reflections on the Past Year, and the Future

Do-on Robert ThomasOf Baseball and Zen: Being Ready to Accept What Comes, Moment After MomentJuly, 1st 2017

Of Baseball and Zen: Being Ready to Accept What Comes, Moment After Moment

Mako VoelkelNot Knowing Is Most IntimateJune 24th, 2017

Not Knowing Is Most Intimate

Do-on Robert Thomas Face To Face Transmission: Practical ConsiderationsJune 3rd, 2017

Face To Face Transmission: Practical Considerations

Pat YingstControl CenterMay 27th, 2017

Control Center

Mako Voelkel From Practicing Compassion to Compassion as PracticeMay, 13th 2017

From Practicing Compassion to Compassion as Practice

Do-on Robert ThomasDon't Mess With Your DreamsMay 6th, 2017

Don’t Mess With Your Dreams

Do-on Robert ThomasNothing Not IncludedApril, 29th 2017

Nothing Not Included

Mako VoelkelCreativity, Authenticity, and Connectivity: We Are All Mushroom HeadsApril, 15th 2017

Creativity, Authenticity, and Connectivity: We Are All Mushroom Heads

Do-on Robert ThomasReturning To Where We AreApril, 8th 2017

Returning To Where We Are

Kokyo Henkel Mind Itself is Buddha (Part 1)April, 4th 2017

(Part 1) Mind Itself is Buddha

Kokyo HenkelMind Itself is Buddha (Part 2)April, 5th 2017

(Part 2) Mind Itself is Buddha

Kokyo HenkelMind Itself is Buddha (Part 3)April, 6th 2017

(Part 3) Mind Itself is Buddha

Do-on Robert ThomasPracticing The No Gain IdeaApril, 1st, 2017

Practicing The No Gain Idea

Mako VoelkelPractice Realization On And Off The Cushion In Daily Life And At WorkMarch, 18th 2017

Practice Realization On And Off The Cushion In Daily Life And At Work

Do-on Robert ThomasSuffering, Recovering, and How We LearnMarch 11, 2017

Suffering, Recovering, and How We Learn

Mako VoelkelShine One Corner of the WorldMarch 4th, 2017

Shine One Corner of the World

Peg SyversonThe Right Use of Power February 18th, 2017

The Right Use of Power

Gaelyn GodwinAre You Doing What You Really Want to Do: Free Jazz and "Refraining From"February 11th, 2017

Are You Doing What You Really Want to Do: Free Jazz and “Refraining From”

Do-on Robert ThomasWhat makes Zen unique among Buddhist teachings?January 28th, 2017

What makes Zen unique among Buddhist teachings?

Colin GipsonOn Mettā: Loving-Kindness January 21st, 2017

On Mettā: Loving-Kindness