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Back in my early days in the temple in Korea, a senior European monk used to derisively call me “Zorba the Monk”. I had no idea what he meant by
This is a recording of one of the most prominent chanting monks in Korea of the last 20 years, Yong In Sunim. Notice the traditional use of the moktak –
Un Mun Sah is one of the greatest centers of “bikkhuni”-education and training in the world. We call it “nun’s college”. Four years of highly structured life, lots of hard
(((D)))harani (((M)))antra (((T)))raining. This chant is Zen’s DMT — our true “spirit molecule”. The newest teaching-video from Zen Center Regensburg. Use this to amp your training in the use of
In Sino-Korean, the term for “compassion” itself [대자대비(大慈大悲)] is translated as “great love, and great sadness”. True compassion means feeling the suffering of other beings as my own suffering. Not
Another work of simple meditative genius by the creative team of Daniel Kapelian and the folks at OMA Space, Seoul. This one marries my “Om Mani Palme Hum” chant alongside
The Evening Bell Chant begins the evening practice at Zen temples in Korea. It is also chanted at Zen centers established by Zen Master Seung Sahn (Dae Soen Sa Nim,