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Video June 26, 2017
22' 45"
Video June 26, 2017

Not Knowing is Most Intimate

John Tarrant

Using the koans Not Knowing is Most Intimate and Taking the Form of Guan Yin Find Shelter for the Homeless Person, John Tarrant talks about the intimacy that comes when we turn toward vulnerability and no longer need to defend against life.

25' 7"
Video June 26, 2017

The Sport of Meditation

Steven Grant

Steven Grant gives a talk on “the sport of meditation” at 2016 Winter Sesshin.

3' 28"
Video June 26, 2017

Being Soft to Myself

Steven Grant

Steven Grant gives a talk on “being soft to myself” at 2016 Winter Sesshin.

1' 18"
Video June 26, 2017

The Relationship to Koans

Steven Grant

Steven Grant discussing the relationship to koans at 2016 Winter Sesshin.

1' 52"
Video June 26, 2017

Maybe The World Is Bigger Than I Thought

Rachel Boughton

Rachel Boughton talks about the limiting factors of belief – even the ones we think of as positive.

1' 21"
Video June 26, 2017

You’re Blind But That’s Your Light

Rachel Boughton

Rachel Boughton talks about using koans to have confidence within the dark places of life (2016).

7' 31"
Video June 26, 2017

There Is Nothing I Dislike

John Tarrant

John Tarrant talks about the koan “There is nothing I dislike”, and recounts the story passed on from a schoolteacher, about her experience living with this koan at the edge of darkness and world-weary fatigue. If there’s ever only one zen video you watch, this should be it. Trigger warning: sexual assault. (2016)

6' 49"
Video June 26, 2016

Learning to Rely on Uncertainty

John Tarrant

John Tarrant talks at Sesshin on learning to rely on uncertainty to move more freely and trust not knowing what life is or even who we are.

22' 8"

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