Mirrors, Mirages and Dreams

Kakumyo Lowe-Charde
Kakumyo Lowe-Charde
Many Zen metaphors point to the insubstantiality of reality and our attempts to fix it. Zen practice offers a kind of clarity and centeredness to one’s life that comes from a lots of determined looking at what is. But all that looking doesn’t tell us what it is, in fact, it does quite the opposite. On Sunday we’ll investigate knowing, where it lands, and when it’s useful.

This talk was given April 26, 2015.