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Dharmatalk: Being Open to Help – Q&A

August 10, 2021

“… Practice wears thin the veil between non-awakened and awakened experience ...”

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Description: The questions raised after this Sunday sitting and lecture touch upon kensho, or Zen awakening, and what might be the causes and conditions for it. A practitioner asks about how the true self and the no-self are reconciled in Zen. The session closes with a look at what wisdom and love, both of which may result from kensho, may show us about our original nature.

And, here’s a link to our YouTube video of this talk.

Also, check out our Upcoming Event:

August 14-15 Original Love Weekend Retreat

This virtual weekend with Henry Shukman will bring together the zones of mindfulness, support and meditative absorption into a comprehensive approach to healing and awakening. We will also begin to explore the fourth “zone” of practice – awakening.

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