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Pine Wind, Jizo-an Monastery, is home to Seijaku Roshi an American Zen Master and Founder of The Zen Society, a 501c3 non-profit organization NJ 1985, and the main house of The Order of the Great Lights. http://www.jizo-an.org ​ Since 2000 Pine Wind has been a refuge for thousands of persons from all walks of life, cultures, and religious affiliations, offering a diversity of programs including training in (Zen) Mindfulness Meditation, inspirational and educational seminar's and workshops, and a Formal Zen Training Program for home practitioners, as well as monthly educational events and seminars designed for Inter-faith dialogue.

Pine Wind, Jizo-an Monastery, is home to Seijaku Roshi an American Zen Master and Founder of The Zen Society, a 501c3 non-profit organization NJ 1985, and the main house of The Order of the Great Lights. http://www.jizo-an.org ​ Since 2000 Pine Wind has been a refuge for thousands of persons from all walks of life, cultures, and religious affiliations, offering a diversity of programs including training in (Zen) Mindfulness Meditation, inspirational and educational seminar's and workshops, and a Formal Zen Training Program for home practitioners, as well as monthly educational events and seminars designed for Inter-faith dialogue.
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Pine Wind, Jizo-an Monastery, is home to Seijaku Roshi an American Zen Master and Founder of The Zen Society, a 501c3 non-profit organization NJ 1985, and the main house of The Order of the Great Lights. http://www.jizo-an.org ​ Since 2000 Pine Wind has been a refuge for thousands of persons from all walks of life, cultures, and religious affiliations, offering a diversity of programs including training in (Zen) Mindfulness Meditation, inspirational and educational seminar's and workshops, and a Formal Zen Training Program for home practitioners, as well as monthly educational events and seminars designed for Inter-faith dialogue.

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Episodes

Letting Life In (Zen Chat Jan 2013)

7/19/2014
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Whenever we are closed to life as it is, all of it, we suffer and those we love and care about never really get to know us, or we them. Opening the Heart is the stuff of Authentic Spirituality and Living a Zen-Inspired Life, but it takes skillfulness and effort, courage and a commitment to loving oneself and life fully.

Duration:02:00:56

Happiness is a Way-of-Life! (Zen Chat Feb 2013)

7/19/2014
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Living a Zen-Inspired Way-of-Life is the ground for Beyond Happiness and Real Transformation. Within our mind exists an extraordinary potential for inner peace and happiness. Through the simple practice of meditation, along with Buddha's time-tested advice for daily life, we can learn to access that potential. We can learn to let go of the agitated states of mind, such as anger, that produce unhappiness and instead we can cultivate peaceful, powerful minds such as compassion and wisdom.

Duration:01:41:31

Me, Myself, and I - Oh My! (Zen Chat June 2013)

7/19/2014
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How does the concept "Me, Myself, and I" contribute to stress and suffering in our lives? How often has our position to defend and protect "I" and "My" opinions, beliefs, or expectations compound the suffering in our relationships at home and in the workplace? We will look at the difference between a "Healthy Sense of Self" and the illusion "Me, Myself, and I" created by an "egocentric" point of view of oneself and the world, which continues to keep us stuck and endangers relationships at...

Duration:01:52:41

Love Without the Stuff (Zen Chat May 2013)

7/19/2014
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Bringing Mindfulness to Our Relationships "Whatever we give our attention to increases, whatever we don't decreases." Living a Zen Inspired Life is bringing Mindfulness to our Relationships at home, at work, in the community, and our friendships. We will explore the Inner Core of Mindfulness in Relationships which is called - Love Without the Stuff.

Duration:01:46:02

Quiet Mind/Quiet Body - Managing Stress and Anxiety (Zen Chat March 2013)

7/19/2014
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Aversion to anxiety is often accompanied by reactivity and actions that worsen how we feel. We suffer. Tonight’s presentation taught from the perspectives of Zen and Mindfulness meditation practices, is supported by the latest neuroscience and psychological research. Our focus will be on our direct experience. We will practice uncovering the natural state of a quieted mind, slowing down enough to see what is actually happening when we describe ourselves as anxious. As we cultivate the...

Duration:01:47:36