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At 7:47am on May 27, 2015, Liz Young said…

Wow Traude, that was an interesting piece on concentration!  Thanks for sharon that.  It was hard for me to concentrate that long! oh my goodness, how did she do that?

Have a lovely day! 

Liz

At 8:53pm on October 27, 2014, Kim Mosley said…

There were three of us (Kim, Bonnie, and Terri) and we persevered. It is all becoming clearer.

I went to the Arun Gandhi event yesterday. It was so good. Wish more were there. Such a great place too.

At 9:50pm on July 24, 2014, Karl Johnson said…

Thanks, Traude. I think I've successfully joined the Depth in Practice Group, as well as the Retirement Group, now.

At 11:13pm on July 7, 2014, Kim Mosley said…

My friend was just in Tibet and took the video. I'll ask her why she thought it was memorizing rather than debating. I think I said debating because I told Bhante (our Burmese monk) about it and he talked about how they debated as well (as compared to the Burmese who don't do it at all). Kim

At 3:34pm on June 11, 2014, Kim Mosley said…

I just found out that at the Austin Zen Center they will be having a pretty cool event on Monday night that I want to go to:

ZEN PRIEST

RYOKI SATO

To Visit AZC

Informal talk & Discussion: 
Monday, 
June 16, 2014 at 7 pm

Ryoki Sato

Zen Priest Ryoki Sato is the head priest of Togenji temple. Born in 1972, he trained at Hokyoji temple in Japan before assumingthe position of head priest at Togenji in 2002.

He experienced the March 11, 2011 tsunami in Kamaishi City, Japan, and was fortunate to have survived. He continues to volunteer to help parents who lost their children in the tsunami. He is married and has four children.

Everyone is encouraged to meet this excellent Zen teacher, and hear first hand about his experiences in the tsunami.

At 2:42pm on June 11, 2014, Kim Mosley said…

I suspect that posts to the mailing list are moderated so it might take a little bit before Peg approves it. Also, on some mailing lists the sender doesn't get the message. I'll let you know if it comes through. Kim

At 2:06pm on June 11, 2014, joan mueller said…

Do you want to meet at the Galaxy tomorrow at 9? The group is on hiatis but I plan to go tomorrow anyway.

Also, I do want to meet with you and whoever else and reading the Hertzog Chan book.

Lets talk.

Joan

At 9:38am on June 11, 2014, Bonnie Shanks said…

Hi Traude,

I am in the Depth of Practice class with you. You had mentioned at the end of Monday's class that we might get together on the 2 Mondays that Peg is gone to discuss an earlier book by Peter Hershock before we start reading his latest: Public Zen Personal Zen in July. I noted in the Depth in Practice group folder that two of Hershock's books had been discussed, both of them relating to Chan Buddhism: (1) Chan Buddhism and (2) Liberating Intimacy. Since I am in the process of trying to acquire one of the books for the possible discussion, I was wondering which one you were thinking we might discuss. Please let me know.Thank you!

-Bonnie

At 11:28am on June 4, 2014, joan mueller said…

Dear Traude, I am glad to be your friend.

Joan MUeller

 
 
 

 

 

Appamada is not just the occasional mindful thought or attentive state of mind, it’s actually a commitment to being attentive. It’s more than just a meditative state of mind, it’s more than just being mindful. It has to do with that primary ethical or moral orientation we have in life, with which we bring into being whatever activity we’re engaged in. Whether in formal meditation, in our interactions with other people, in our social concerns, or in our political choices, it’s the energetic cherishing of what we regard as good.

—Stephen Batchelor

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