This talk discusses the need to set aside ideas, words and thoughts and rely on zazen and experience in order to understand the truth and purpose of life.
This talk contrasts traditional Zen practice in Asia with the new forms now being developed to suit the culture and lifestyle of the the U.S. and elsewhere.
This talk discusses the need to express our spiritual dimension through the activities of everyday life.
This talk explores the question of how to bring Zen practice to daily life.
This talk explores the relationship between happiness and spiritual orientation.
This lecture discusses how spiritual practice begins with questions about life.
Abbot Les Kaye talks about the relationship between the dualistic and the non-dualistic.