As I sat with this koan, I found myself musing on how my internal sieve filters things out, parts of reality I would rather not encounter. I also found myself sinking, sinking, deeply into the sea.
Koan inquiry is central to getting to the heart of the matter & creative expression brings us into the field of mystery from which the koans spring. Together, they provide a potent brew, nourishing in troubled times. No experience necessary.
If you are a member of PZI, and would like to have a conversation about your meditation practice with David Weinstein, schedule online for Saturday.
In response to the continued interest in practicing with the vows as koans since the end of our six-week investigation into the pure vows, we are going to offer two, five week, Monday night gatherings to look into the ten remaining vows. Drop-ins and first timers are welcome.
New Urban Retreat @ RMC is FULL, but contact Vickie Miller for waitlist to attend: Hear the words outside the voice; do not seek for anything within the meaning.
Feb.22nd, 2020 – Individual Conversations on your Meditation Practice
with David Weinstein. Online booking for Sat. now available.
Signups for Retreat participants only – Saturday Nov.16th 2019: 15 minute conversations from 8-9:30 and […]
It is that integration with the body that allows us to experience the freedom to be unstuck and to hear the echo of the sounds of the Valley Spirit and to experience the freedom of walking in the sky with Feng po-po.