Tiburon

Lew Richmond

Lew Richmond

ZEN BASICS

Zen Basics

CALLING FORTH THE BODISATTVAS

Bodhisattva Prayer for the Deceased

THE EIGHTFOLD PATH – LECTURE SERIES BY LEW RICHMOND

Buddhist Motivation – The Second Fold of the EightFold Path

THE ART OF ZAZEN

Breathing I
Breathing II
Various Breathing Methods
Breathing and Mind States

OTHER TALKS

The Calm Lake Meditation
The Buddha Taught: Everything is Aging
Practice Tea (private meeting with teacher) at Vimala Sangha
Breath, Beings, and Butterflies
Awareness of Body and Feelings
Breathing and Awareness
Questions about Zazen and Karma
Things are Not What They Seem
Everday Mind is Tao
Halloween–A Buddhist Holiday
What is Priest Ordination?
Affinity
The Essence of Precepts
What is Buddha Nature?
Practicing Compassion #1
The Three Marks of An Awakened Life
I now fully avow
Different Meditation States and Their Uses
Concentration and Insight: The Two Wings of Meditation
The Buddhist Meaning of “Karma”
HURRICANE KATRINA: Buddhist reflections on dukkha (suffering)
as it relates to Katrina; the difference between life tragedies and man-made suffering due to greed, anger, and delusion. This lecture was given just after the levee broke, and before it was known how much of what subsequently happened was either preventable or predictable.
3 Key points of Suzuki-Roshi’s Teaching–Summary
The Six Realms of Ego-Strategy Existence – Summary

FUNDAMENTALS OF AMERICAN ZEN

Posture and Awareness
Posture as Inner Attitude and Energy
Mindful Breathing – Talk After Zazen
The Koan of the Breath
The Inner Practice of Walking
The Practice of Just-Awareness

ZEN AND THE COMPLEXITY OF DAILY LIFE
Talks from a Class Given Fall 2004

Class I: Mindfulness, Awareness & Breath
Class II: Mindfulness in Daily Activity
Class III: The Koan of Everyday Life
Class IV: Right Speech
Class V: The Practice of Loving Kindness (Metta)
Class VI: Parents, Family and Dharma
Class VII: Anger and Conflict

OTHER TEACHINGS

The Bodhisattva Vow – Lecture Berkeley Zen Center 7/04
The Great Love of a Bodhisattva
Adapted from a talk given Oct. 10, 2003 at Green Gulch Zen Temple
“TEN SET-ASIDES OF ZEN”
Admonitions for The Vimala Sangha
Talks by Lewis Richomond on Audio Dharma
“DON’T TAKE SIDES” A Buddhist Approach to Protest
Lecture at Green Gulch Zen Temple Published in Turning Wheel
“EVERYDAY MIND IS THE TAO”
Lecture Given at S. F. Zen Center

  • Weekly Sitting/Teaching


    Mondays except 1st Monday of month
    7:15-8:45 p.m.
    Community Congregational Church
    145 Rock Hill Rd.
    Tiburon, CA
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    Fridays
    9-11 a.m.
    O'Hanlon Center for the Arts
    616 Throckmorton Ave.
    Mill Valley, CA
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  • Half and One Day Sittings


    Community Congreg. Church per above
    Usually 1st Sat. of month
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