2.3.6 Biting an Iron Bull Part 1

This seminar is about a very sticky problem, which is to say the problem to which the Buddha primarily addressed himself, which is that of agony, suffering. But before we get into that. We have to be clear about certain basics. And these basics have to do not so much...

2.3.5 Zen Bones

Once upon a time, there was a Zen student who quoted an old Buddhist poem to his teacher, which says:   The voices of torrents are from one great tongue, the lions of the hills are the pure body of Buddha. Isn’t that right? he said to the teacher. It is,...