(With a capital “D”) Buddhist teachings, or, at a deeper level, truth.
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- 34 - Dogen’s Genjokoan: A Verse by Verse Exploration – Part 1Part of my Buddhist Texts series, this episode focuses on a famous Zen text called “Genjokoan,” written by Japanese Zen master Eihei Dogen in 1233. Genjokoan is one of the most popular and widely studied of Dogen’s essays. In the interest of unlocking it's profound teaching for you, I’ll proceed through the essay verse by verse over the course of a few episodes.
- Glossary: dharmas
- Glossary: Three Treasures
- 22 - How Buddhists Should Behave: Evolution of the Buddhist Precepts Part 1Many people are unaware that, from the beginning, Buddhism has said as much about how you should behave in your daily life as it does about meditation or study. In this episode, I cover the first Buddhist teachings about moral conduct, and then talk about the evolution of the Buddhist precepts, including the code of discipline for fully ordained monks and nuns.