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Zencare Podcast

New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care

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Zencare Podcast

Zencare Podcast

New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care

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36
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Latest Episodes

Visiting Zen Teacher: Gyokei Yokoyama | Dharma Talk and Q&A with NYZC Sangha

On October 12, 2020, Sensei Gyokei Yokoyama joined the NYZC sangha for a community sit and dharma talk. Currently, he is assigned to work for the Long Beach Buddhist Church and Montebello Sozenji Buddhist Temple as a minister and the Sōtō Zen North America Office as the secretary. In this dharma talk, Sensei Yokoyama discusses […]

50 min5 d ago
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Visiting Zen Teacher: Gyokei Yokoyama | Dharma Talk and Q&A with NYZC Sangha

Transforming Suffering Into Wisdom | Robert Chodo Campbell

“Breathing in, patience. Breathing out, wisdom” In today’s dharma talk, Sensei Chodo addresses the Third Paramita: Kshanti, or patience. How difficult it can be to remain patient when confronted with some of our present day challenges! Detailing circumstances that challenge his own forbearance, he shares essential practices that allow you to gain access to to […]

25 min1 w ago
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Transforming Suffering Into Wisdom | Robert Chodo Campbell

Remembering Ms. Continuous Uncertainty — Michelle Slater Memorial | Koshin Paley Ellison

“When everything is unraveling, be a student, not a victim” The New York Zen Center sangha recently lost a beloved member, Michelle Slater. In this memorial talk, Sensei Koshin addresses the loving, independent woman that she was and shares stories of strong zen women who embody her spirit. She found a great sense of community […]

30 min2 w ago
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Remembering Ms. Continuous Uncertainty — Michelle Slater Memorial | Koshin Paley Ellison

The Work Of The Zen Cook | Koshin Paley Ellison

“Do my thoughts, words, and actions inspire the work of awakening?” In a manual written in approximately 1237 CE, Eihei Dogen, the founder of the Soto Zen tradition of Buddhism, outlined the duties of the monastery cook. Why would he dedicate himself to writing a manual for such a position? As Koshin Paley Ellison points […]

36 min3 w ago
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The Work Of The Zen Cook | Koshin Paley Ellison

Inspiring Forgiveness: Discussion With Author Barbara Bonner

The New York Zen Center recently welcomed author Barbara Bonner to an evening with their sangha to discuss her new book, Inspiring Forgiveness: Poems, Quotations, and True Stories to Help with Forgiving Yourself and Others. Throughout the evening, Barbara shares poetry and techniques that have aided her on the path to forgiveness; she answers questions […]

38 minSEP 23
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Inspiring Forgiveness: Discussion With Author Barbara Bonner

The Smallest Act Of Generosity | Robert Chodo Campbell

“How would it be if we saw everything as a gift?” In this special talk, Sensei Chodo discusses dana, or the true act of giving. He shares his recent encounters with a woman dying of cancer. Her exuberant spirit in the face of death reminds us to remain giving, without any expectation, even when we […]

26 minSEP 16
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The Smallest Act Of Generosity | Robert Chodo Campbell

Guided Meditation: Giving and Receiving – The Five Senses | Robert Chodo Campbell (Audio Only)

Free live guided meditations every Thursday at 6:30 PM ET. Find out more here: https://zencare.org/online-zendo/. ZenTalk Notes: Sensei Robert Chodo Campbellis a co-founder of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care and is part of the core faculty for the Buddhist Track in the Master in Pastoral Care and Counseling at Zen Center’s education […]

34 minSEP 14
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Guided Meditation: Giving and Receiving – The Five Senses | Robert Chodo Campbell (Audio Only)

Addiction Has Many Forms — Yoga For Life Podcast Interview with Colleen Saidman Yee

“To love someone is to love all aspects of them – even the parts that scare you and that you don’t understand.” The teachers sit down for an interview with Colleen Saidman Yee to discuss the many facets of addictions, their own histories with addiction, and the work it takes to walk away from a […]

35 minSEP 9
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Addiction Has Many Forms — Yoga For Life Podcast Interview with Colleen Saidman Yee

Guided Meditation: “Rowboat II” | Robert Chodo Campbell (Audio Only)

Free live guided meditations every Thursday at 6:30 PM ET. Find out more here: https://zencare.org/online-zendo/. ZenTalk Notes: Sensei Robert Chodo Campbellis a co-founder of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care and is part of the core faculty for the Buddhist Track in the Master in Pastoral Care and Counseling at Zen Center’s education […]

23 minSEP 7
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Guided Meditation: “Rowboat II” | Robert Chodo Campbell (Audio Only)

Finding Your Sword: Exploring the Student-Teacher Relationship | Koshin Paley Ellison

“The beauty of a teacher is that they are much more interested in your awakened nature than just making you feel good.” Recently the center held a day of Tangaryo, where 11 new formal students sat zazen from morning until afternoon as demonstration of their sincerity in intention and aspiration for practice. Sensei Koshin used […]

22 minSEP 2
Comments
Finding Your Sword: Exploring the Student-Teacher Relationship | Koshin Paley Ellison

Latest Episodes

Visiting Zen Teacher: Gyokei Yokoyama | Dharma Talk and Q&A with NYZC Sangha

On October 12, 2020, Sensei Gyokei Yokoyama joined the NYZC sangha for a community sit and dharma talk. Currently, he is assigned to work for the Long Beach Buddhist Church and Montebello Sozenji Buddhist Temple as a minister and the Sōtō Zen North America Office as the secretary. In this dharma talk, Sensei Yokoyama discusses […]

50 min5 d ago
Comments
Visiting Zen Teacher: Gyokei Yokoyama | Dharma Talk and Q&A with NYZC Sangha

Transforming Suffering Into Wisdom | Robert Chodo Campbell

“Breathing in, patience. Breathing out, wisdom” In today’s dharma talk, Sensei Chodo addresses the Third Paramita: Kshanti, or patience. How difficult it can be to remain patient when confronted with some of our present day challenges! Detailing circumstances that challenge his own forbearance, he shares essential practices that allow you to gain access to to […]

25 min1 w ago
Comments
Transforming Suffering Into Wisdom | Robert Chodo Campbell

Remembering Ms. Continuous Uncertainty — Michelle Slater Memorial | Koshin Paley Ellison

“When everything is unraveling, be a student, not a victim” The New York Zen Center sangha recently lost a beloved member, Michelle Slater. In this memorial talk, Sensei Koshin addresses the loving, independent woman that she was and shares stories of strong zen women who embody her spirit. She found a great sense of community […]

30 min2 w ago
Comments
Remembering Ms. Continuous Uncertainty — Michelle Slater Memorial | Koshin Paley Ellison

The Work Of The Zen Cook | Koshin Paley Ellison

“Do my thoughts, words, and actions inspire the work of awakening?” In a manual written in approximately 1237 CE, Eihei Dogen, the founder of the Soto Zen tradition of Buddhism, outlined the duties of the monastery cook. Why would he dedicate himself to writing a manual for such a position? As Koshin Paley Ellison points […]

36 min3 w ago
Comments
The Work Of The Zen Cook | Koshin Paley Ellison

Inspiring Forgiveness: Discussion With Author Barbara Bonner

The New York Zen Center recently welcomed author Barbara Bonner to an evening with their sangha to discuss her new book, Inspiring Forgiveness: Poems, Quotations, and True Stories to Help with Forgiving Yourself and Others. Throughout the evening, Barbara shares poetry and techniques that have aided her on the path to forgiveness; she answers questions […]

38 minSEP 23
Comments
Inspiring Forgiveness: Discussion With Author Barbara Bonner

The Smallest Act Of Generosity | Robert Chodo Campbell

“How would it be if we saw everything as a gift?” In this special talk, Sensei Chodo discusses dana, or the true act of giving. He shares his recent encounters with a woman dying of cancer. Her exuberant spirit in the face of death reminds us to remain giving, without any expectation, even when we […]

26 minSEP 16
Comments
The Smallest Act Of Generosity | Robert Chodo Campbell

Guided Meditation: Giving and Receiving – The Five Senses | Robert Chodo Campbell (Audio Only)

Free live guided meditations every Thursday at 6:30 PM ET. Find out more here: https://zencare.org/online-zendo/. ZenTalk Notes: Sensei Robert Chodo Campbellis a co-founder of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care and is part of the core faculty for the Buddhist Track in the Master in Pastoral Care and Counseling at Zen Center’s education […]

34 minSEP 14
Comments
Guided Meditation: Giving and Receiving – The Five Senses | Robert Chodo Campbell (Audio Only)

Addiction Has Many Forms — Yoga For Life Podcast Interview with Colleen Saidman Yee

“To love someone is to love all aspects of them – even the parts that scare you and that you don’t understand.” The teachers sit down for an interview with Colleen Saidman Yee to discuss the many facets of addictions, their own histories with addiction, and the work it takes to walk away from a […]

35 minSEP 9
Comments
Addiction Has Many Forms — Yoga For Life Podcast Interview with Colleen Saidman Yee

Guided Meditation: “Rowboat II” | Robert Chodo Campbell (Audio Only)

Free live guided meditations every Thursday at 6:30 PM ET. Find out more here: https://zencare.org/online-zendo/. ZenTalk Notes: Sensei Robert Chodo Campbellis a co-founder of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care and is part of the core faculty for the Buddhist Track in the Master in Pastoral Care and Counseling at Zen Center’s education […]

23 minSEP 7
Comments
Guided Meditation: “Rowboat II” | Robert Chodo Campbell (Audio Only)

Finding Your Sword: Exploring the Student-Teacher Relationship | Koshin Paley Ellison

“The beauty of a teacher is that they are much more interested in your awakened nature than just making you feel good.” Recently the center held a day of Tangaryo, where 11 new formal students sat zazen from morning until afternoon as demonstration of their sincerity in intention and aspiration for practice. Sensei Koshin used […]

22 minSEP 2
Comments
Finding Your Sword: Exploring the Student-Teacher Relationship | Koshin Paley Ellison
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