This site offers a practical ten step course on how to practice the Buddha Dharma, where each step is associated with a dharma realm. It is not limited to the Zen school but we include a novel approach to Zen koans in the Advanced Zen section. The full website is accessed through the navigation buttons at the top of this page or by clicking on the five rotating photos above. If using a mobile phone, click on the three horizontal bars. The blog posts below are for entertainment reading only and with a few exceptions do not relate to the educational ten step program.
Interviewing Zen Masters is a free podcast produced by The Zen Practice Foundation. These rare interviews granted by outstanding teachers from all schools of Buddhism (not limited to Zen) will add depth to the practice of beginners as well as advanced practitioners.
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