Dharma talk for December 1, 2019 by Korin Charlie Pokorny: Virya-paramita: Liberated Enthusiasm
Dharma talk for May 24, 2019 by Jisho Warner: Genjokoan: Meeting Intimately, Practicing Fully
Dharma talk for April 21, 2019 by Korin Charlie Pokorny: Swimming in Genjo Koan
Dharma talk for January 30, 2016 by Korin Charlie Pokorny: Wholehearted Call, Inconceivable Response
Dharma talk for September 6, 2015 by Tim Zentetsu Burkett: Nothing Holy About It
Dharma talk for Wednesday, January 18, 2012 by Jisho Warner: Winter Ango Part V: Inconceivable Giving and Receiving.
The Wholehearted Way is a love song to the world. All beings awaken, each in our own way. We humans awaken into awareness of the underlying natural fabric of the world by wholeheartedly participating in life. The world we wake up to is immeasurable, incomprehensibly grander than we can possibly think. The land, trees and grasses, fences and walls, tiles and pebbles, all the various things in the ten directions perform the work of the buddhas. Those who receive the benefits produced by these wind and water elements are inconceivably helped by the buddhas’ wondrous guidance, and all awaken intimately to themselves.
Dharma talk for Wednesday, January 18, 2012 by Jisho Warner: Winter Ango Part III: This Wondrous Unfabricated Means .
Dharma talk for Monday, January 16, 2012 by Jisho Warner: Winter Ango Part II: The Buddha Mudra
The heart of the Bendowa, Dogen’s Wholehearted Way, is the section called Jijuyu Samadhi (or Zanmai), the samadhi of the who giving-and-receiving self. He lays out his immense vision of the meaning of zazen in the life of the individual practitioner and of the universe of all beings. He says that when a person takes on the buddha-mudra with their whole body and mind, all space and all beings awaken. What is the buddha mudra?
Dharma talk for Sunday, January 15, 2012 by Jisho Warner: Winter Ango Part I: The Wholehearted Buddha Way.
Dharma talk for February 15, 2009 by Jisho Warner: Genjokoan: Wholehearted Engagement with the Life of Each Moment.