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.
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.
Pastor Darryn Hewson talks with Koshin about the importance of interfaith work.
Koshin talks with Serena Maurer about the many ways our minds tend to categorize, and how mindfulness and social justice work can intersect with these categorizations.
Koshin talks with Carol Spangler about her work in the field of death awareness, and what it’s taught her about life.
Koshin talks to his friend Hyunmun Sunim about the importance of sangha, or community, in the Buddhist tradition.