This talk explores the nature of leadership during times of crisis, during normal times, and in our daily life.
This talk explores the Buddhist insights of Emptiness and Dependent Origination, and their role in relieving suffering.
This lecture encourages acceptance of ambiguity and vagueness of life, and the need to emphasize trust and confidence in practice, rather than striving for efficiency.
Guest speaker Misha Merrill talks about how every day is a gift and how to practice at all times, when things are going well and not so well.
This talk explores the problems associated with emphasizing “winning” in daily life.
Zen teacher Tova Green discusses how a beginner’s mind is a mind of freedom.
This talk explores ways that traditional Zen practice is evolving in the modern world.
This talk explores how to be in the everyday-world of intellect, technology, progress, and ambition, as well as in the world of non-attachment and spirit.