A re-examination of the first bodhisattva vow: "Beings are countless; I vow to free them all."
Weitere Episoden von „Thousand Harbours Zen“
Episode 222: THZ 222 - We Vow to Cut Through Kleshas
17:12A re-examination of the second bodhisattva vow: "Delusions are inexhaustible; I vow to put an end to them."
Episode 221: THZ 221 - We Vow to Free Us All
16:24A re-examination of the first bodhisattva vow: "Beings are countless; I vow to free them all."
Episode 220: THZ 220 - Don't Stop There (Racism and the Bodhisattva Path)
15:30In the face of injustice, don't let compassion be an endpoint. Don't let not-knowing be an endpoint. Move, somehow—that's what a bodhisattva does.
Episode 219: THZ 219 - For As Long As Space Endures
15:54On Shantideva's Prayer, and what it means to commit to something—to really commit—forever.
Episode 218: THZ 218 - Ritual is How We Hold the World
12:53Those who are staying at home right now may find themselves falling into little rituals meant to make things feel regular, and safe; in this practice, ritual is something else.
Episode 217: THZ 217 - Does a Virus Have Buddhanature?
14:46Does Covid-19 have buddhanature? Do you? Why do we even ask things like that?
Episode 216: THZ 216 - Can You Feel Yourself Falling?
12:34Dogen likened the spiritual life to the experience of falling off a horse. Can you feel it happening?
Episode 215: THZ 215 - When It Feels Like Too Much
10:24It can feel like it's all too much, too much to hold. We need to look at that.
Episode 214: THZ 214 - The Three Treasures are Teflon (Tenth Precept)
14:13On the tenth precept, "Not defiling the three treasures." The three treasures are just fine, but still, we forget who we are in relationship to them.
Episode 213: THZ 213 - Freedom
11:06Freedom—the freedom we want (perhaps especially in the age of social distancing), and the freedom we already have.