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Buddhist change has been most fundamental and transformative, when its views and practices develop traction in another culture.
A ‘What’ of Zen practice. (A particular Soto Zen Lineage.) A ‘How’ of Zen practice. (A realizational craft.) A ‘Where’ of Zen practice. (A realizational locus.)
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Crestone Mountain Zen Center is building a new retreat cabin.
Women ancestors have been instrumental in instantiating zen practice through the centuries.
An ancient said, "In the eyes it is called seeing, in the ears it's called hearing – but tell me, what is it called in the eyebrows?"
Change is in the air as the aspen and apricot trees lose their yellow leaves, and autumn submits to the suggestions of winter. Things have changed too at Crestone Mountain Zen Center. We would like to share the most important changes in this newsletter
On the fifth and last day of a recent 5-day sesshin Baker Roshi spoke about the greatest challenge of our time.