Dharmatalk: Unknown Territory: Original Love – Support (3 of 3)

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… the value of going into unknown territory ...”

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Description: In this final talk from our Original Love 2  (Support) retreat, Henry opens by exploring the value of going into unknown territory and having our preset ideas destabilized. Henry also talks about the critical, supportive work that occurs for many Zen practitioners who don’t experience kensho. It’s important to “wake up, grow up and clean up.” (Ken Wilbur). Henry then turns to the theme of the retreat, support, and asks these questions: What is being supported and who is being supported? To explore, Henry turns to case 74 from the Book of Equanimity.

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

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