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Dosho Port

Dosho Port

We’re happy to announce the release of Dosho Port’s first Wisdom book, Keep Me in Your Heart a While: The Haunting Zen of Dainin Katagiri. In it, Dosho, a Zen priest and Dharma heir of Katagiri, recalls his time with the great teacher, reflecting on how his teachings have lingered and lived on — and touching on such topics as the nature and purpose of Zen, the dynamic nature of realization, and the functioning of the teacher-student relationship.

We hope our friends in the Ann Arbor, Michigan area will visit Crazy Wisdom for a book talk and signing with Dosho on February 8, 2009. In his talk, Dosho will offer a Zen perspective on “fully living our one great life, beginning with clarity about our innermost request and vowing to fulfill it here and now.” Click here for more details, and here to order your copy of the book!

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A new study proves what Buddhists — and of course others — have long contended due to personal experience: selflessness is something we can learn, and that those who make the effort are more likely to be psychologically healthy. Read about it here.

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