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    ON THE CUSHION: The Myth of the Experienced Meditator Paid Member

    “I tell Kyodo Roshi I want to take my practice to a deeper level. “Deeper level?” He laughs again. “What do you mean, 'deeper’? Zen practice only one level. No deep, understand?” More »
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    Paul Ricoeur: In Memoriam Paid Member

    Tricycle remembers philospher Paul Ricoeur with this interview of sociologist Robert Bellah from the Fall 2004 issue.Paul Ricoeur, among the most prominent philosphers of the twentieth century, died last Friday at the age of 92. According to the New York Times, “Dr. Ricoeur's work concerned what he called 'the phenomenon of human life,' and ranged over an almost impossibly vast spectrum of human experience. He wrote on myths and symbols; language and cognition; structuralism and psychoanalysis; religion and aesthetics; ethics and the nature of evil; theories of literature and theories of law. These diverse subjects informed his lifelong study of 'philosophical anthropology,' an exploration of the forces that underpin human action and human suffering.”  More »
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    A Zen for Success Paid Member

    A coversation with Phil Jackson, Zen coaching legend and media darling.More »
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    What Is True Happiness? Paid Member

    Tricycle speaks with scholar B. Alan Wallace about the quintessential pursuit.More »
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    ON RELATIONSHIPS: Moving Target Paid Member

    Erik Hansen on wives and potatoesMore »
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    BOOKS: Yoda-Dharma Paid Member

    Looking into pop Buddhism More »