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CONTEMPORARY ZEN PRACTICE AND INQUIRY

Teachings

Appamada recordings are hosted on SoundCloud. Related text documents are here.
We did not begin recording Inquiry sessions until 2011.

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Classes

Intensives

2014

Classes

Intensives

2013

Classes

Intensives

2012

Classes

Intensives

2011

Classes

Intensives

2010

No recordings

Classes

Intensives

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Depth in Practice Book Study
Foundations of Zen Series
Precepts Program
Appamada Video Channel

Other Resources:

Newcomer Packet
Intensive Guidelines
Resources for Study

Appamada Guidelines
Daily Chants
Daily Chants, Explained and Annotated
Basic Background: Buddha's teachings
Zen Buddhism in a Nutshell
Foundations of Zen course series
Buddhist Precepts

Part of what fuels manic consumption is the desire to fill gaps in our lives that emerge because of severed connections of various kinds—with community, with one another, and also with the natural world. We tend to think about connections to nature as something you have to get out of the city in order to build. . . . But I also think that we have to be able to engage with the fact that we are still profoundly dependent on nature even when we are in urban environments.”
—Naomi Klein