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Let’s reduce the toxin we’re swimming in.

Ginny Whitelaw reflects on Black History Month and how we’ve regressed with respect to racism, having toxic effects on our resonance as a society and…

Life hurts…there is no avoiding it

Here Andy Robins reminds us that pain is a part of life. The Zen Leader reminds us that the first step is to transform the energy.…

2 Tips to “Flip” your New Year’s Resolutions

Here Rebecca Ryan talks about  tips to help readers with their New Year resolutions – January 2020 Happy New Year, Zen Leaders! I spent Christmas day…

Wonderfully Wonky by Design

Here, and in coming articles, Jen Ayres reflects on her experience in ZL1 in the French Alps – November 2019 Sitting zazen (zen meditation) on…

thia chi in the French Alps 5 Alternative FAQs

5 Alternative FAQs

Nov 01 2019

Continuing to explore how Zen comes off the cushion and into greater service of a world that seems wackier every week.   – Ginny Whitelaw Where…

Backflip into the unknown A Backflip Into The Unknown

-By Jennifer Ayres, October 2019 Living in the UK right now, it’s somewhat difficult to avoid feeling deafened by that whopping great siren of uncertainty…

Arranged Flowers If I Break the Stem of This Flower, Can You Feel It?

I recently attended a “Zen and Climate Action” workshop at Daikozen-ji, our new Madison Zen Dojo. During his talk, Gordon Greene Roshi reached toward a…

Change Requires Management, Transition Requires Leadership

CHANGE REQUIRES MANAGEMENT, TRANSITION REQUIRES LEADERSHIP By Ginny Whitelaw Change – happening faster all the time – still calls out for management and all the…

Motivating The Whole You

We can either use thought strategically to realize heartfelt intents or we can be used by habits of thought to separate from the present moment, causing problems for ourselves and others.