Articles Tagged: Kyozan Joshu Sasaki Roshi
Beginning Zen Practice

Beginning Zen Practice

From a talk given by Roshi in 1974 at Cimarron Zen Center in Los Angeles on the topic of beginning Zen practice (philosophy, not sitting instruction).

Watching the moon
at dawn,
solitary, mid-sky,
I knew myself completely:
no part left out.

Poem by Izumi Shikibu (974-1034) from The Enlightened Heart, Stephen Mitchell (Ed.), Harper & Row ,1989.
Read more

No Part Left Out

Meditation on a poem by Izumi Shibuku about looking at the moon.

Pin It on Pinterest