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Zencare Podcast
Listen to dharma talks from the teachers and guest teachers of the New York Zen Center for Contemplative Care. Buddhist teachings are woven into topics such as contemplative care, engaged Buddhism, social change, meditation and stillness, dealing with addiction, being with suffering, and the arts and challenges of care for the self and others.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 51 ratings
Audio needs work
Love the topics and the talks however the audio is to boomy to make out much of the words
Champa Choga via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/08/19
Contemporary yet authentic
I appreciate the way these talks engage aspects of modern life that had not yet arisen at the time that most Buddhist discourses were composed. This makes their wisdom more readily available to someone such as myself. But make no mistake: this isn’t “Buddhism Lite.” These talks will make you...Read full review »
funky-button via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 11/18/18
Love the Center, Chodo and Koshin, and so grateful these talks are available on my phone...
derekstar76 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/06/18
Recent Episodes
“If you just surrender your life to the dharma, then you no longer have to worry what the future will bring. You will bring forth the future out of your surrender. Just drink tea and the dharma will come to you. You don’t have to chase it. It is chasing you.” —Sandra Jishu Holmes Roshi […]
Published 12/18/21
“I’ve been practicing for twenty years and it’s so wonderful that I’m still not sure what practice is.” Sensei Shinzan Palma joins the NYZC sangha to deliver a dharma talk on the varying dimensions of practice. He shares his own journey in understanding what zazen means to him, navigating past...
Published 11/20/21
“Maintaining the sangha and showing up to serve the Buddhadharma is something beyond us, beyond ‘me’.”   Sensei Koshin delivers a dharma talk on perseverance and dedication to practice. He shares the story of Parsha, the 10th ancestor of Shakyamuni Buddha and a venerable monk born at the ripe age...
Published 11/13/21
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