Daniel Doen Silberberg Sensei talks about his teacher Genpo Roshi and about having a tough teacher, on the pursuit of enlightenment via training versus learning, how information is of no help in gaining enlightenment, and reads from Maezumi Roshi’s writings on being.
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Daniel Doen Silberberg Sensei follows up in Part 2 by reading from “Moon in a Dewdrop” by Eihei Dogen, in which Dogen talks about time and being. Doen follows up this reading by talking about Dogen’s importance to the Soto school and discusses being one with your life and death.
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