PZI Teacher Archives
Donghan's Five Ranks (2nd)
You find yourself to be an old woman
You’re sleeping late.
When you wake up you come upon an ancient mirror
And you see your own face clearly.
Try not to lose sight of it again and go chasing shadows.
—from the Record of Dongshan, The Five Ranks (2nd Rank)
Images & Patterns in Dreams, and Hakuin’s Dream
Tess Beasley comments on the way dreams of awakening can be huge or small, in image and duration. She reads Hakuin’s amazing awakening dream record from his journal. As recorded on December 5, 2021, during John Tarrant’s Dreams of Awakening Sunday session.
Dreams of Awakening: A Familiar Face from Long Ago
With dreams, whatever part touches your heart, that’s the part you want. The universe is providing these personal and archetypal myths in the perfect formulation for your awakening. Dreams help us because we can’t control them. The gold is wherever you are. As recorded December 5, 2021. Music from Michael Wilding & 4 vows from Cantor Amaryllis Fletcher & Jordan McConnell. Comments and dream stories from Allison Atwill, Tess Beasley, Michelle Riddle, and others.
Dreams of Awakening: Our Own Dream Is An Unfamiliar Face & The Giant Pancake
Teachers’ dreams often feature magical ways of feeding an entire community. Michelle Riddle’s remarkable giant pancake dream came after being asked to respond to a teaching from John Tarrant. Excerpt from John Tarrant’s Sunday session on dreams, on December 5, 2021.
Dreams of Awakening: Our Dark Fairytale Dreams Are It Too
Allison Atwill tells of a dream, and shares insights on the importance of dreaming dark dreams, our own awakening in that particular form. The universe crafts dreams perfectly—personal fairytales and myths that are just for us, for our own awakenings. An excerpt of the longer Sunday session on December 5, 2021, with John Tarrant & Friends. 7 minutes.
Dreams of Awakening: It’s Gold Wherever You Are!
Dreams help us because we can’t control them. You have it already and are looking past it. The light is wherever you are. Excerpt from John Tarrant’s complete Sunday session on December 5, 2021. 32 minutes.