ZAZEN TOMORROW (May 19, 2007)

Somebody left a comment saying I didn’t list tomorrow, May 19th, as a day we’re having Zazen at the Hill Street Center. Uh, dude, I dunno what kinda perscription glasses you got, but when I access the page on my computer it says May 19th is a Zazen day. And it is. Just so you know.

Good thing I took a look at the comments….

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  1. Gregor
    Gregor May 19, 2007 at 6:37 am |

    This Winter I’ll be spending a week in Santa Monica, I’ll make sure to come and sit with you;

  2. Bradley G
    Bradley G May 19, 2007 at 2:22 pm |

    Hey, I just purchased your book at Boarders in Cincinnati. I look forward to reading it-it looks really good, because I already love rock and punk, and am just now starting to get into eastern thought. Thanks

  3. Anonymous
    Anonymous May 20, 2007 at 10:53 am |

    Brad, I enjoyed coming to Hill Street with my husband for our first real sitting. It was challenging and we were sweating like oinkers when we were finished, but it was pleasant to just…sit. I know you’ve said that it gets boring, but that’s cool, too. LMAO!

  4. Anonymous
    Anonymous May 21, 2007 at 1:58 am |

    i tried to call back and the girl (she sounded hot by the way) said she wouldn’t let me back on even though the other ditzy girls said that it was ok.. j/k… then i tried to call back like 50 mroe times but didn’t get anything. i was gonna pertend to be brad from santa cruz. i had a story made up and everything….

    two questions…
    1) What does “you’re practice consist of now?? i know dogen concluded that one never stops practicing. And you elude in hardcore zen that there still are gians this far down the path but you never elaborate on any of them.. so i was just curious about that..

    2) What’s your opinion on self-enquiry. Particularly the “who am i?” question. There so much that i can talk about it if i wanted to. In “zen methods and philosophy by siekedia or whatever, he just barely mentions it saying that it’s bad that it “withdraws people”. I honestly think it needs a little bit more debate from the zen guys, because i have reasoned otherwise…


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