Peggy Rowe and Larry Ward, teachers in the lineage of Thich Nhat Hanh, stop by the studio.
Zen Master Jeong Ji Anita Feng talks about the roots and branches of Zen, and the polarizing habits of the mind.
Michael Barker stops by the Zen studio to talk about the connections he sees between improv theater and Zen. He and Koshin even play some improv games!
Eko Jeff Kelley talks with Koshin about kindness on the Zen path, both to ourselves and to others.
Gendo Allyn Field talks about his experiences as a chaplain, and how it relates to his life as a Zen practitioner.
Genko Kathy Blackman talks about how her spiritual life has been affected by her recent diagnosis of cancer. As a note, this episode was recorded in late April 2017.
Erin Durrett talks about the history and significance of chanting as a spiritual practice, and sings some chants as well.
Koshin and Nomon Tim Burnett talk about what ritual is, and how it can have significance in our lives.
Bruce Morser talks with Koshin about possible connections between Zen and creating art.
Stephen Black talks with Koshin about what it’s been like to have a spiritual practice since his stroke.