Renowned author and scholar Thanissaro Bhikku, Abbot of the Metta Forest Monastery in San Diego County California, joins us to talk about honor and shame in a Buddhist context.
Author and Buddhist practitioner Maia Duerr joins us to talk about her new book, “Work that Matters”.
Scholar and author Beata Grant joins us to talk about the work she’s done discovering and translating poetry from Chinese Zen nuns.
Mike Ivaska, pastor at Vashon Community Church, drops by the studio to talk with Koshin about faith and politics.
David Levy, a professor at the Information School at the University of Washington, talks about the mindful use of technology.
Chris Fortin talks about her work teaching mindfulness to veterans with the organization Veterans Path.
Robert Wright, who spoke at the Zen Center in September, speaks about his new book “Why Buddhism is True,” and the connections between Buddhism and evolutionary psychology.
Brian Lesage talks with Koshin about the ways in which Zen practice can help us see more clearly about the stories we make out of sense impressions.
Joshin Brian Byrnes talks about his experiences leading and participating in Zen street retreats.
Chon Mun Sunim stops by the studio to talk about monastic training and his path to practice.