Author and title index up to Autumn 2013

 

This index is in alphabetical order without separating monks, so monks are listed by their monastic name (such as Aiden) to make them easier to find.

It is current up to Autumn 2013.

You can also download the file as an rtf. from this link: OBC Author Index combined to 2013

A

Adams, John

Giving Training a Try, Sum ’00: 37–49

Learning Something about Acceptance in Training, Spr ’01: 67–70

Rev. Aiden Hall

Distraction, Spr ’11: 42–50

What Is It about Working That Makes It ‘Working Meditation’?, Spr ’07: 55–60

Rev. Alan Grierson

a man there was- (poem), Win ’00: 63 (reprint)

Rev. Alden Fulcher

All in Good Time, Spring ’93: 68–72

The Arahants, Spr–Sum ’91: 79–85

Aridity, Spr ’95: 58–61

Blessing a House, Aut ’94: 35–38

Dissolving Obstacles, Spr ’94: 57–65

Emotionality, Spr ’92: 42–44

The Five Universal Laws, Spr–Sum ’91: 86–92

The Four Sublime Modes of Conduct, Win ’91: 44–48

I Don’t Know, Win ’94: 56–58

Including Oneself in the Offering, Aut–Win ’95: 111–114

The Kesa Verse, Aut ’91: 38–41

Offering from the Heart, Sum ’95: 54–56

The Six Paramitas, Win ’90: 53–57

The Voice of Buddha, Sum ’94: 44–46

Why Rules?, Sum ’92: 43–45

Yang-shan’s Million Objects, Aut–Win ’92: 74–76, Aut ’96: 36–38 (reprint)

Rev. Alethea Waxman

“The Buddha Uses Everything,” Sum ’04: 60–63

Humanity, Win ’02: 36–40

Independence Day, Sum ’03: 25–29

“The Practice of Celibacy, Spr ’12: 43

The Second Sight: Training with Sickness, Spr ’02: 37–43

The Three Pure Precepts, Win ’04–’05: 46–53

Windows, Aut ’00: 55–64

Rev. Alexander Hardcastle

Aspects of Compassion, Aut ’12: 1–3

Rev. Alexis Barringer

Commitment, Jul–Sep ’85: 59–62

Training with Others within the Schedule, Mar–Apr ’85: 38–42

The Unseen Dragon (poem), Win ’94: 33–34

Rev. Alicia Rowe

The Comfort Zone, Aut ’04: 52–57

Six Sticks of Ri, Sum ’03: 45–49

Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey: The Guesthouse Project, Win ’00: 60–1

Rev. Alina Burgess

Bowing to What Comes, Spr ’13: 36–40

Commitment, Spr ’10: 37–43

Homage to the Dharma, Sum ’07: 50–55

Searching, Sum ’99: 16–20

Training with ‘Problems,’ Sum ’02: 54–59

‘The Truth Is Right Before Our Very Eyes,’ Aut ’04: 43–46

Allen, Brandt

Letter re: training for the sake of training, Aut ’93: 66

Allfree, Robert

Some Thoughts Following the Ten Precepts Retreat, Win ’04–’05: 41–45

Allison, Heidi

Being Grabbed by the Cosmic Buddha!!!, Spr ’94: 27

Allison, Valerie

In Remembrance: Respecting Children, Win–Spr ’96–’97: 99–102

In Thanks to Bibachi, Aut–Win ’99: 40–42

Six Worlds and Six Paramitas, Sum ’95: 16–31

Some Uses of Habit in Cleansing Karma, Aut ’93: 13–23

Allyson, Corrinne

Rules for Meditation: Rules for Life, Win ’07–’08: 24–28

Rev. Amanda Robertson

A Tidal Wave on the Waveless Sea, Spr ’04: 52–58

Amaro Bikkhu

Meeting under the Mountain: An account of a gathering of Western Buddhist monastics, Win ’97: 77–81

Ven. Ananda Maitreya and Rev. Koten Benson

An Offering with Gratitude: Arya Bhadracarya Pranidhana Raja, Spr ’90: 43–48

Rev. Anmyo Cumming

Light and Darkness, Heaven and Hell, Apr–May ’77: 24

Anonymous

On Hate, Win ’01: 63–66

How Buddhism Can Help: Coping with Memories of Childhood Sexual Abuse, Spr ’04: 44–51

Refuge for a Hungry Ghost, Spr ’10: 20–23

Some Thoughts on Sexuality and Training, Spr ’01: 38–45

Arnold, Sir Edwin

He Goes unto Nirvana, Jan–Feb ’81: 37–38

Artz, Melinda

Making Room, Win ’05–’06: 23–27

Rev. Aurelian Giles

” Have Faith and Continue,” Spr ’08: 57–60

B

Ball, Mike

Our Scientist’s Approach to Zen Buddhism, Sum ’12: 39–42

Ballentyne, Sandra

Letter re: the universe is not subject to personal will, Win ’89: 45

Reaching, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 54–58

Bankei Yotaku Zenji

Commentary on Women, Jan–Feb ’76: 58–60

Banks, Debbie

No Expectations, Aut ’01: 59–62

Barclay, Iain

Daily Verses (poem), Oct ’74: 28

Barker, Annette

Fringe Benefits, Win ’98: 21–29

Barker, Chris

Letter to the Editor: Thanks for previous article, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 59–60

My Home Altar, Sum ’10: 34–35

A Retreat at La Ville Davy, Win ’07–’08: 54–56

Some Questions and Answers on Buddhism, Sum ’98: 53–60

Baulch, Lawrence, with commentary by Rev. Jitsudo Baran

Enlightenment in San Quentin Prison, Jun ’75: 24–28

Bayne, Martin

Lessons from the Woodpile, Sum ’13: 26–30

Beattie, Dresden

Persevere Brightly, Right Now, Sum ’99: 25–35

Rev. Berthold Olson

All of Everyday Life Is a Ceremony of Gratitude, Aut–Win ’92: 27–36

A Dream, Aut ’94: 6–7

From Great Compassion Comes forth the Pure Dharma Body, Aut ’98: 35–45

Rev. Berwyn Watson

Approaching the Scripture of Great Wisdom, Sum ’10: 15–31

A Beautiful Piece of Wood, Win ’10–’11: 33–39

Caring and Responsibility, Spr ’09: 29–31

Caring and Showing Love for Others, Aut ’13: 20–32

‘Faith Is One with the Fruit of Enlightenment,’ Aut ’04: 31–42

Great Master Keizan Jokin: His Life and Legacy, Win ’11–’12: 1–20

Innumerable Meanings, Win ’01: 33–43

The Story of the Woodpecker and the Lion, Aut ’09: 48–51

Time to Live?, Aut ’12: 35–50

Turning Around (poem), Spr ’00: 35

The Wish-fulfilling Jewel, Aut ’09: 31–42

Birchenough, Brenda

Finding My Sitting Place, Sum ’01: 7–8

The Golden Tide, Spr ’00: 24–26

Not Trying To Control the Universe, Sum ’02: 60–63

What Price a Fairy Tale?, Aut ’97: 58–60

Blower, Thomas

Nothing Special, Aut ’98: 63–66

Training for Self and Others, Sum ’00: 25–27

Bluck, Robert

The Buddha of the Twelfth Day, Sum ’07: 38–41

Bourrel, Patrick

An Improvised Altar, Aut ’97: 36–37

Boyne, Marcus

A Gay Man Trains in Buddhism, Sum ’98: 68–73

Brazier, David

Whether we see a Bodhi tree (poem), Feb ’74: 32

Broadbent, Faith

Beyond…, Sum ’07: 20–22

Broadbent, Faith, Colette Hestbeck, Steve Murray, Ernie Rimerman

Letters and Tributes (re: Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 63–67

Brooks, Maysel

Ouch!, Jan–Feb ’78: 58–62

The Roots of the Lotus, Jun–Jul ’77: 40–41

Understanding, Feb ’74: 23–25

What Teaching Is Really All About, Nov–Dec ’78: 49–50

Brown, Judy

My Home Altar, Sum ’10: 32–33

Brown, Thomas Edward

Indwelling (poem), Aug–Oct ’78: 17

Buddhasukh, Siri

The Four Stages of Noble Ones, Sep–Oct ’79: 8–10

Before Lumbini, Jan–Feb ’79: 39–49

On Vegetarian Dogmatism: Another Buddhist’s View on Buddhists Eating Meat (How vs. What)), Nov–Dec ’83: 9–23

Burckhardt, Stephen

How to Make a Meditation Bench, Nov–Dec ’76: 76–78

Burgess, Mary

From Clinging to Trusting, Win ’97: 61–65

Burns, Anne

Staying at Throssel outside of Retreat Times, Spr ’08: 34–36

Burtt, Edwin A., ed.

The Mahayana Layman’s Ideal, Nov–Dec ’79: 14–17

C

Cadden, Kimberley

Not Turning Water into Fire, Aut ’09: 26–30

Training with Fear and Unwillingness, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 46–46–49

Campbell, Jamie-Rose

Barnstaple Meditation Group: The Inside Story, Sum ’99: 52–55

Carruthers, Ruth

The Rains Retreat, Sum ’00:57–59

Cassian, John

On the Spirit of Accidie (from Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian Church), Jul ’73: 20–30

Caulfield-Lovin, Mary

Even an Empty Bowl (poem), Spr ’98: 56

Learning to Take Refuge in the Three Treasures, Sum ’99: 23–24

Cherlin, Mokurai

Getting a Clue, Spr ’09: 43–47

Rev. Chinso Floegl

Fear of Succeeding, Jan ’74: 25–26

On Opinions, Nov ’73: 15–17

Rev. Chishun Burckhardt

Cheng Hoon Teng Temple, Jan–Feb ’80: 21–24

Rev. Chosei Swann

On Willingness, Aut ’00: 48–9

Rev. Chosei Swann and Rev. Zuiko Swann

Training Ourselves to Help Children Train, May–July ’78: 73–76

Rev. Chushin Passmore

All Is One (poem), Win ’96–Spr ’97: 130–131

Ceremonial and Zen Training, May–Jun ’80: 7–20

The Cosmic Buddha “Is,” Sep–Oct ’79: 29–34

Creatures of Habit, Spr ’92: 24–30

Freedom and Despair, Aut ’94: 8–11

Grief, Win ’97: 66–76

The Next Step, Sum ’13: 1–11, Sum ’94: 22–31

Renunciation of the World, Sep–Oct ’81: 28–38

Right Effort, Jul–Aug ’83: 15–22

Right Speech, May–Jun ’84: 31–36

Clark, Caitlin

The Noble Truth of Suffering, Win ’11–’12: 32–42

Cleaver, Ellen

Cracking the Koan of Pride and Inadequacy, Win ’11–’12: 55–59

Discomfort in Training, Sum ’02: 23–25

My Home Altar, Sum ’10: 43–44

When My Mother Died, Sum ’01: 59–64

Cleaver, Gene

And Now for Something Completely Different, Win ’08–’09: 33–41

Right Speech at the End, Aut ’10: 21–29

Coatsworth, Elizabeth

The Buffalo and the Carts, from The Cat Who Went to Heaven, Nov–Dec ’78: 51–52

Commons, Kevin

Engaged Buddhism, Spr ’04: 40–43

Just Collect the Sticks, Win ’05–’06: 43–44

The Truth Is Universal and Pure Meditation Must Be Done, Sum ’99: 43–46

Cousins, Elaine

Impressions of the Conclave, Win ’00: 48–49

Cowell, E.B., ed. and Robt. Chalmers, translator

Do Not Buy the Wine of Delusion, Oct–Dec ’84: 36–48

Cowsky, David

On Being a Parent: Teaching Our Children Indirectly, Jul–Sep ’84: 42–48

An Experience of the Transfer of Merit, Win ’90: 19–22

Her Gift: A Remembrance of Reverend Master, Aut ’01: 7–8

A Journey of the Heart, Aut–Win ’99: 6–20

The Joy of Married Training, Mar–Apr ’78: 22–24

Cowsky, David , Kathie Cowsky, and Kathleen M. Kistler

Reflections on the Lay Ministers’ Retreat, Aut ’96: 16–19

Cowsky, David, Rev. Eko Little, Rev. Hugh Gould,

Eulogies (for Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 30–43

Cowsky, Kathie

Going, Going, Going on Beyond, Always Becoming Buddha, Spr ’93: 35–37

“Illness” in My Begging Bowl, Aut–Win ’92: 37–39

Crix, Betty and Barney Milner

Death and Dying, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 31–40

Cromack, Kim

Mixed Blessings, Sum ’07: 56–62

Cumming, David

Clean from the Start! (poem), Sum ’94: 42

Curry, Julia

What’s Good to Do, Sum ’02: 49–53

Rev. Cuthbert Juettner

Square Tomatoes, Jan–Feb ’86: 29–33

D

Rev. Daiji Strathern

Vigour, Apr ’73: 24–27

Wisdom Is Ignorance, Jan ’72: 11–12

Rev. Daishin Morgan

Adoration of the Buddha’s Relics, Aut–Win ’92: 45–49

The Ancestral Line, May–Aug ’82: 85–88

Asking in Meditation, Aut–Win ’95: 97–102

Being Part of the Sangha, Jan–Feb ’82: 25–30

The Bigger Picture of Our Lives, from Five Short Talks: Segaki Retreat 2007, Aut ’08: 39–43

The Bodhisattva Mind, Spr ’86: 18–25

Bonds of Doubt, Spr ’94: 36–43

The Buddha’s Renunciation, Aut ’91: 20–28

Buddhism and Healing, Spr ’93: 49–58

Buddhist Funerals, Jul–Aug ’79: 47–51

in Congratulatory Addresses from the Five Celebrants (at Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett’s Stupa Dedication), Win ’00: 28–29

On the Death of Rev. Wilber Clarke: Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey 1996-2006, Spr ’07: 61

Dependent Origination, Nov–Dec ’80: 28–40

Eternal Meditation, Aut ’97: 14–15

Five Short Talks: Segaki Retreat 2007

The Bigger Picture of Our Lives; Surrender; Practice Is Not a Tool; The Tides of Circumstance; Conditions Change, Completeness Doesn’t, Aut ’08: 39–56

Ghosts, Aut ’01: 23–25

Hearing the Teaching, Win ’97: 22–24

The Illusion of Rights, Duty and Justice, Spr–Sum ’96: 87–94

The Joys and Hazards of Dialogue with Other Buddhists, Sum ’95: 38–44

The Lay Ministry, Win ’91: 27–30

The Life of Practice, from Sitting Buddha: Zen Meditation for Everyone, Aut ’04: 9–21

The Lotus Ceremony, Spr ’92: 13–23

Meditation–The Place of Forgiveness, Aug–Oct ’78: 62–63

The New Skanda Altar, Aut ’96: 76–78

Nurturing the Root, Aut ’96: 69–75

Obituary for Rev. Mildred Läser, Spr ’04: 17–21

Organ Transplants, Aut ’93: 29–32

The Path of Faith, Sum ’02: 26–32

The Place of Sexuality in Training, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 38–44

The Precepts of the Buddhas, Spr ’90: 28–40

The Realm of Desire, Sum ’93: 26–34

Respect, Jan–Feb ’85: 22–29

Right Thought, May–Jun ’84: 18–23

The Threefold Lotus Scripture

1.The Threefold Lotus Scripture, Aut–Win ’86: 38–54

2.The Scripture of Innumerable Beings, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 21–37

The Lotus Scripture

Ch 7, The Parable of the Magic City, Win ’88: 15–23

Ch 4, Faith Discernment; Ch 5, The Parable of the Herbs; Ch 6, Prediction of Buddhahood, Aut ’88: 15–23

Ch 3, The Parable of the Burning House, Sum ’88: 17–22

Ch 1, Introduction; Ch 2, Tactfulness, Spr ’88: 17–30

Ch 14, A Happy Life, Aut ’89: 22–30

Ch 15, Springing Up out of the Earth; Ch 16, Revelation of the (Eternal) Life of the Tathagata, Win ’89: 29–37

Ch 13, Exhortation to Hold Firm, Sum ’89: 21–25

Ch 8, The Five Hundred Disciples Receive the Prediction of Their Destiny, Spr ’89: 21–27

Ch 21, The Divine Power of the Tathagata; Ch 22, The Final Commission, Spr–Sum ’91: 56–61

Ch 19, The Merits of the Preacher; Ch 20, The Bodhisattva Never Despise, Win ’90: 36–43

Ch 18, The Merits of Joyful Acceptance, Aut ’90: 31–33

Ch 17, Discrimination of Merits, Sum ’90: 33–35

Trust, Sum ’01: 9–12

Undivided Existence, Win ’07–’08: 1–9

The Use of the Will, Sum ’92: 17–20

Why Are Training and Enlightenment Differentiated Since the Truth Is Universal?, Nov–Dec ’83: 39–44

Rev. Daishin Morgan, Rev. Daizui MacPhillamy, Rev. Eko Little

Where Do We Go from Here?, Win–Spr ’96–’97: 132–134

Rev. Daishin Morgan, Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett and Rev. Jisho Perry

Disclaimer (re: religious tolerance; official I.D. cards for priests), Jan–Feb ’79: 34–35

Rev. Daishin Yalon

All Foolish Seem and Dull, Mar–Apr ’81: 17–19

“Blessed Be the Virtuous Buddha Who Wanders Step by Step,” May–Jun ’85: 16–19

A Deeper Precept, Nov–Dec ’82: 18–21

Food and Zen Training, Mar–Apr ’78: 31–38

Green Tomato Pie (recipe), Jul–Aug ’79: 46

The Heartbeat of the Buddha, Aut ’02: 7–16

Homage to the Harmonious Sangha, Mar–Apr ’82: 32–40

Instructions to the Chief Cook

Part 1: Mindfulness, Win ’04–’05: 20–28

Part 2: Pure Offering, Spr ’05: 50–64

Part 3: Sanshin, Sum ’05: 22–30

Part 4, Aut ’05: 56–65

A Joyful Noise to the Lord, Mar–Apr ’85: 15–17

Killing to Live, Mar–Apr ’76: 54–58

Marble Mushroom Soufflé (recipe), Oct–Nov ’77: 44–45

Pure Zazen, Jan–Feb ’80: 28–30

Savory Pumpkin or Winter Squash Pie (recipe), Nov–Dec ’79: 27

Some Final Questions, Jul–Aug ’80: 45–48

Soy ‘Toad-in-the-Hole’ (recipe), Nov–Dec ’78: 36

The Sword of the Buddha’s Wisdom, Mar–Apr ’79: 41–45

Taking Refuge in Eternal Life, Nov–Dec ’83: 29–31

‘Thousand Herb’ Dressing (recipe), Apr–May ’77: 52

Tofu Vegetable Pie (recipe), May–Jun ’80: 35–36

The Value of Trust, May–Jun ’84: 24–27

Willingness Is the Key, Oct–Dec ’85: 20–22

Yogurt-Cottage Cheese Cake (recipe), Jun–Jul ’77: 46–47

Rev. Daishin Yalon and Rev. Dogo Klein

Gentle Mixing: Light Muffins and Glazed Apple Pie, Jul ’75: 32–33

Rev. Daishin Yalon and Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett

Maple Cream Apple Pie (recipe), Win–Spr ’96–’97: 104–105

Rev. Daizui MacPhillamy

Are Precepts Obsolete?, Spr ’98: 34–41

Arguing about the Real Truth, Oct–Dec ’84: 20–24

Can Gay and Lesbian People Train in Buddhism?, Spr ’03: 40–49 (revised and expanded)

Can Gay People Train in Buddhism?, Mar–Apr ’78: 39–44

The Ceremony of Kyojukaimon, Mar ’75: 26–29

The Ceremony of Sange, Mar ’75: 9

The Ceremony of the Journey, Mar ’75: 3–5

The Ceremony of the Ketchimyaku, Mar ’75: 42–44

in Congratulatory Addresses from the Five Celebrants (at Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett’s Stupa Dedication), Win ’00:23–26

Dependent Origination: The Other Twelve Steps, May–Jun ’85: 10–15

Dependent Origination through a Microscope, Sep–Oct ’83: 4–12

Every Minute Zazen, May–Jun ’81: 18–22

Harmony in the Sangha

Part 1, Spr ’05: 5–17

Part 2, Sum ’05: 49–63

Harsh Words, Sep–Oct ’82: 3–11

How the O. B. C. Works, Sum ’97: 7–15

I Am Glad to Be a (Human) Animal, Spr ’93: 6–20

Kuken: Or When Is a Void Not a Void?, Aut ’89: 9–16

Kuken Again: Or All That’s Certain Isn’t Enlightenment, Spr–Sum ’96: 18–27

A Life of Training, Spr ’01: 17–25

On the Meaning of Being Buddhist, Sum ’02: 7–22

On the Mechanisms of Ignorance, Jul–Sep ’84: 12–22

Medical Termination of Life, May ’76: 24–27

A Note on Transmission and Priestly Rank, Aug–Sep ’77: 15–20

Notes on the History of Our Tradition

Part I: Precepts, Win ’02: 48–65

The Offering We Call ‘Correction,’ Win ’98: 4–20

Painful Memories, Nov–Dec ’80: 15–20

A Postscript on Sangha Friendships, Spr ’90: 7–12

Psychological Research at Shasta Abbey, Aut–Win ’86: 10–28

Reflections on a Cherry Tree, Sep–Oct ’81: 26–27

Right Livelihood, Win ’08–’09: 1–18

Some Changes in Your OBC Officers, Aut ’98: 67–68

Sunyata, Win ’09–’10: 1–26

Training Taken Negatively, May ’75: 34–36

Tree by the Cabin Door (poem), Win ’93: 11

The Trouble with Training, Sum ’07: 1–19

Vegetarian Spring Rolls (recipe), Jan–Feb ’86: 21–28

What About Karma?, Sum–Aut ’11: 1–28

What Is Important?, Spr ’88: 10

What Seems Important Now, Aut–Win ’95: 46–62, Aut ’03: 6–23 (reprint)

When Mountains Are Mountains and Rivers Are Rivers, Aut ’01: 9–22

Where Precepts Lead, Spr ’00: 4–21

You Are Free to Choose, May ’75: 2–4

Zen and Drugs, Feb ’75: 2–4

Zen Disease Number 4: Spiritual Exhaustion, Aug–Sep ’77: 5–11

Rev. Daizui MacPhillamy, Rev. Daishin Morgan, Rev. Eko Little

Where Do We Go from Here?, Win–Spr ’96–’97: 132–134

Rev. Daizui MacPhillamy, Rev. Hubert Nearman Rev. Zensho Roberson

Yume: Visionary Experiences in the Lives of Great Masters Dogen and Keizan, Sum ’97: 63–77

de Deken, Fer

Inspirations and Fabrications, Win ’10–’11: 19–26

De Roin, Nancy and Ellen Lanyon

Fearing the Wind, Jul–Aug ’80: 19–20

Dharma Realm Buddha Association

Dedication of Merit, Aut ’13: 19

Rev. Dilys Cromack, Aut ’13: 37–47

Dimler, John

Letter re: alcohol (with reply), Aut ’91: 11–12

Dogan, Great Master Eihei. See Great Master Eihei Dogen

Rev. Dogo Klein

Dealing with Negativity in Daily Life, Jul ’73: 11–13

Easy Puff Pastry, Jan ’75: 32

Zen Macrobiotics?, Feb ’75: 13

Rev. Dogo Klein and Rev. Daishin Yalon

Gentle Mixing: Light Muffins and Glazed Apple Pie, Jul ’75: 32–33

Rev. Doitsu Harada, Roshi

Lecture by Harada Roshi, Aug–Oct ’78: 10–15

Second Lecture by Harada Roshi, Aug–Oct ’78: 66–73

Rev. Doitsu Harada, Roshi, Rev. Takeko Katoh, Rev. Mokurai Cherlin, translator

Report on the Practice of Buddhism in America, Aug–Oct ’78: 27–34

Dolan, Laura

The Delusion of Being Excluded, Sum ’88: 76–77

Don’t Put the Cart before the Ox!, Win ’89: 91–94

The Eternal Koan (poem), Spr ’88: 72

Even a Horsefly, Aut ’94: 63–67

Following Ideals, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 104–106

A Hat Full of Karma, Win ’88: 67–69

Incense Offering (poem), Win ’93: 72–73

A Lotus Can Grow in a Concrete Jungle, Sum ’89: 65–67

Mirror, Mirror on the Wall, Sum ’95: 80–83

On the Question of Euthanasia, Win ’91: 79–82

Renouncing the World, Spr–Sum ’96: 129–134

This World of Suffering, Win ’90: 86–87

Donegan, James

Training with and Embracing the Body, Aut ’00: 53–54

Donovan, Lawrence

Letter re: forming a religious household, Spr ’89: 10–11

Dunbar, Neil

Dealing with Addictions, Spr ’10: 24–26

E

Eden, Genevieve

The Eternal Ever-Present in the Impermanent, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 50–51

Edwards, Cliff

Asking, Sum ’98: 15–17

Exploring the Sangha Refuge in the UK, Spr ’00: 56–57

Making a Pure Offering, Sum ’02: 44–48

Training with Others, Spr ’99: 56–57

Great Master Eihei Dogen

Extract from: ‘Respectful Bowing Will Secure for You the Very Marrow of the Way,’ Spr ’11: 40–41

On Functioning Fully (Zenki)

Rev. Houn Hubert, translator, Aut ’07: 1–5

Learning the Way through Body and Mind (Shinjin Gakudo)

Rev. Houn Hubert, translator, Sum ’03: 30–44

Learning the Way through Body and Mind (Shinjin Gakudo) from The Shobogenzo

Rev. Houn Hubert, translator, Sum ’03: 30–44

Raihai Tokuzui: Paying Homage and Acquiring the Essence

Dr. F. H. Cook, translator, Jan–Feb ’76: 46–57, Jul–Aug ’81: 45–53 (reprint)

Reading Scriptures

Kankin” from Dogen’s Shobogenzo

Rev. Houn Hubert, translator, Aut ’02: 39–57

Kankinfrom Dogen’s Shobogenzo

Rev. Houn Hubert, translator, Aut ’02: 39–57

The Spiritual Discourses of the Mountains and the Water (Sansui Kyo)

Rev. Houn Hubert, translator, Sum ’01: 16–36

Rev. Houn Hubert, translator, Sum ’01: 16–36

Zazen Rules (Fukanzazengi), Nov–Dec ’76: 16–18

Rev. Eko Little

in Congratulatory Addresses for the Five Celebrants (at Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett’s Stupa Dedication), Win ’00: 31–33

Don’t Just Do Something…Sit There!, Jan–Feb ’83: 2–6

The First Precept: Buddhist Teachings on Killing in Times of War and Conflict, Spr ’05: 24–34

Gleanings from the Shobogenzo

Gyobutsu Iigi, “The Dignified Activity of Becoming a Buddha,” Aut ’98: 16–27

Kajo: ‘The Everyday Life of Buddhas and Ancestors,’ Spr ’00: 27–34

Kembutsu, “Seeing Buddha,” Sum ’98: 37–43

Jukai: The Ceremony of Daily Life, Mar–Apr ’83: 2–14

Jukai Cookies (recipe), Jul ’74: 30

To Lead Is to Serve: The Training of a Buddhist Abbot, Win ’01: 6–17

Living from the Three Pure Precepts, Aug–Oct ’78: 35–41

Meditations on the Unborn

Part III: The Water of the Spirit, Spr ’07: 1–16

Part IV: Dogen and Ejo

The Bright and Radiant Light of the Truth, Win ’07–’08: 29–46

In Memoriam: Ho Un Bino (poem), Sum ’93: 18

Monasticism and the Environment: The Monastic Instinct to Revere, Conserve, To Be Content with Little, and To Share, Aut ’08: 1–13

Preparing to Take the Precepts, Spr ’90: 13–20

Reflections on Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva and the Practice of Compassion, Win ’03–’04: 13–27

The Scripture of Great Wisdom, May–Aug ’82: 89–96

Showing Gratitude, May ’72: 26–28

Trust in Buddha Nature, Win ’97: 32–37

The Turning of the Wheel: Thoughts on the Middle Way, Sum ’97: 20–26

Rev. Eko Little, David Cowsky, Rev. Hugh Gould

Eulogies (for Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 30–43

Rev. Eko Little, Rev. Daizui MacPhillamy, Rev. Daishin Morgan

Where Do We Go from Here?, Win–Spr ’96–’97: 132–134

Eldredge, Miles

Monks and Laypeople: The Equality of Opportunity in Buddhism, Sum ’08: 19–25

Rev. Endo Scott

Boredom?, Apr ’74: 17

The Truth of Zen (poem), May ’75: 17

Englebert, Clear

Friction Is What Cleans, Aut ’02: 29–31

Rev. Etsu Banks

A Day in the Life of Rochdale Zen Retreat, Spr ’03: 60–67

Training Within Adversity, Aut ’12: 19–25

F

Fear, Gary

Awakening to the Heart of Samantabhadra, Spr ’93: 93–96

Bowing in Daily Life, Sum ’90: 72–74

Do Not Defame the Lord of the House, Spr ’89: 74–76

Hardened Karma, Aut–Win ’95: 134–136

A Journey into Fear, Spr ’94: 77–79

Obstructing Mountains and Great Rivers, Spr ’88: 70–71

Right Speech, Win ’94: 76–79

Scripture of Avalokitesvara Bodhisattva, Aut ’88: 87–89

Serving, Spr–Sum ’91: 135–137

Training in the Opposites, Aut ’96: 64–66

Training on the Job, Spr ’92: 85–88

Fear, Gary and Rev. Meiko Jones

Portland Buddhist Priory: A Brief History, Spr ’98: 42–47

Feist, Michelle

Gift from My Father, Aut ’05: 13–16

Fletcher, Nancy

I Can, Spr ’95: 90–91

It’s Not a Piano!, Sum ’00: 12–17

Nikki and Lily: Glimpses of Karma, Sum ’05: 11–19

Franz, Jack

Learning Another Tongue: On Right Speech, Win ’08–’09: 28–32

Frape-Norwell, Joyce

A Time of Retreat, Spr ’02: 61–66

Rev. Fristan Skinner

Failing to Find the Source of the River West Allen (poem), Aut–Win ’99: 43

The Other Twenty-three Hours, Aut–Win ’92: 56–59

The Rich Man’s Son, Spr ’94: 44–50

Rev. Fuden Nessi

Acting in Accordance with Our True Priority, Jan–Feb ’84: 37–39

Encouragement at the Crossroads, Sum ’04: 5–10

On Listening and the Contemplative Life, Aut ’05: 5–12

Moggallana and His Mother, Sum ’92: 21–27

Mother’s Milk and the Hard Crust, Win ’98: 30–35

On Listening and the Contemplative Life, Aut ’05: 5–12

Patiently Enduring What Is Hard to Bear, Aut ’01: 45–51

Pilgrimage of Homeless Following, Spr ’01: 46–50

Standing up Straight, Aut ’07: 41–47

Temple in German-Speaking Europe, Spr ’04: 37–39

Three Intents That Affirm the Jewel of Our Life, Sum–Aut ’11: 29–36

Trust the Lord of the House; Hold Fast by Him, May–Jun ’84: 37–39

Undistracted on Our Way Home, Sum ’12: 32–38

Vegetarian Sandwiches (recipes), May–Jun ’81: 34–36

Fulcher, Neva

Letter re: co-worker caught embezzling, Sum ’88: 11–12

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Gehr, Karen S.

I Could Be Wrong, Apr ’74: 17

Rev. Gengo Akiba Roshi

in Congratulatory Addresses from the Five Celebrants (at Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett’s Stupa Dedication), Win ’00: 26–7

Rev. Genkaku Glozer

On Delusion within Enlightenment, Mar ’74: 22–24

Here at Shasta Abbey (poem), Nov ’73: 32

Letting Go, May ’72: 22–23

The Old Dog Revisited, Jun ’75: 21

Old Dogs and New Tricks, Jun ’72: 21–22

Sitting on a Chair or Meditation Bench, Mar ’74: 18–20

Some Reasons for Questions, Nov ’73: 18–20

Sometimes 1+1=1; Sometimes 1+1=11, Jul ’74: 17–19

On the Taitaikoho and Shuryoshingi, Mar ’74: 31–33

When in the world (poem), Apr ’74: 23

Zen (poem), Apr ’75: 29

Rev. Genmon Johnson

Faith Is a Dirty Word, Jul–Sep ’85: 33–37

Fearlessness, Nov–Dec ’81: 29–33

The Four Noble Truths, May–Jun ’83: 39–42

Ill Health, Jul–Sep ’85: 28–32

Never Complain, Sum ’89: 9–14

Questions within Training, Nov–Dec ’83: 35–38

Ring the Bell Clearly!, Oct–Nov ’85: 48–52

Understanding Buddhist Training, Sep–Oct ’82: 12–15

“When the Opposites Arise, the Buddha Mind Is Lost,” Mar–Apr ’85: 22–26

“Where There Is Hurt, There Is Self,” Jan–Feb ’86: 12–17

Rev. Genryu Kagamishima

The Life of Great Master Manzan, Aut–Win ’99: 27–35

Rev. Gensho Florence

Commentary on The Wild, White Goose, May ’75: 12–17

Editorial (Women and Buddhism), Jan–Feb ’76: 2–10

The Five Ranks: The Real Containing the Seeming, Jul ’74: 20–24

Kessei, Jan ’74: 29–30

Questions and Answers, May ’75: 12–17

Segaki, Nov ’73: 12–14

Srenika, Jul ’73: 14–19

Women in Buddhism (afterword), Jan–Feb ’76: 40–43

Rev. Gensho Florence and Rev. Ando Sacco

Kannon Dell, Oct ’75: 23–24

Rev. Gensho Florence and Rev. Jitsudo Baran

Introductions to Raihai Tokuzui: Paying Homage to One Who Has Acquired the Essence, Jan–Feb ’76: 44–46

Rev. Gensho Florence and Rev. Myogetsu Fuller

‘Do Not Kill,’ Mar–Apr ’76: 42–50

Rev. Geoffrey Glass

Developing a Spiritual Point of View, Oct–Dec ’85: 39–42

I Could Be Wrong, Nov–Dec ’83: 32–34

Kensho and Endless Training, May–Jun ’85: 36–39

Reverence and Humility: Setting up the Koan, May–Jun ’83: 34–38

Setting up a Meditation Group, Jan–Feb ’85: 43–47

Shosan, Nov–Dec ’82: 28–31

George, Asha

The Teaching after the Ceremony, Win ’02: 34–35

Rev. Giko Yokoyama

How Japanese Female Priests Came to Wear the Colored Kesa, May–Jun ’81: 16–17

Giles, Clayton

Finding the Heart of Avalokiteshwara, Aut ’94: 29–31

Gong, Beth

Ongoing Training, Aut–Win ’99: 61–63

Gong, Beth and Norman Hering

Lay Ministers’ Retreat, Shasta Abbey, June 1-7, 1997, Aut ’97: 38–42

Goodier, Rawdon

Gratitude and the Flight of Swans, Win ’03–’04: 41–44

Impression of the Conclave 2000, Win ’00: 46–7

Time for Reflection, Aut ’05: 54–55

Time for Reflection: An Address to the Scottish Parliament, Spr ’03: 53–55

The View from Farney Shield (poem), Sum ’99: 13

Grady, Brian

Facing the Buddha (poem), Aut ’96: 47

Obstructing Mountains and Great Rivers, Sum ’09: 16–18

Grieve, William

Fit for Purpose, Sum ’04: 29–35

Guy, Barbara

Philip Larkin and The Scripture of Great Wisdom, Win ’08–’09: 19–22

Rev. Gyojin Cherlin

Feeding the Hungry Ghosts, Oct–Nov ’77: 3–7

The Immaculacy of All Conception, Mar–Apr ’78: 25–27

Rev. Gyojin Essex

Introduction to Buddhist Economics by E. F. Schumacher, Oct ’76: 11–12

The Natural Death Act, May ’76: 27–29

Rev. Gyokuko Gass

Will and Willingness, Sep–Oct ’80: 31–32

Rev. Gyokuko Kroenke

The Story of Devadatta, May–Jul ’78: 26–32

Rev. Gyozan Singer

Birth Without Violence, A Review, May ’76: 32–37

Complacency: The Koan of Men; Inadequacy: A Woman’s Koan, Mar–Apr ’78: 17–21

A Woman’s Koan, Mar ’74: 15–17, Jan–Feb ’76: 64–66 (reprint)

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Rev. Hakurei Wheeler

The Male/Female Relationship in Buddhism, Jan–Feb ’76: 60–62

The True Child of the Buddha, Jul ’76: 22–26

Rev. Hakuun Barnhard

Dogen’s Painting with Words, Aut ’07: 39–40

Fudanzazengi or Zazen for Anyone Anywhere, Sum–Aut ’11: 65–84

The Old Woman, Aut ’97: 20–25

Sangha and Selflessness, Aut ’03: 75–76

The Scripture of Avalokiteshwara Bodhisattva, Spr ’10: 7–18

The Scripture of Avalokiteshwara Bodhisattva (commentary), Spr ’10: 7–18

Snow and Wind, Win ’97: 38–43

Rev. Hakuun Barnhard, translator

Seng Ts’an (Sosan)

Faith in Heart-and-Mind, Sum ’13: 18–25

The Story of P’u T’o Island, Spr ’95: 50–54

Hamilton, Joanne

How I Decided to Undertake the Precepts, Win ’00: 52–55

Hansson, Mia

Practice and the Media, Sum–Aut ’11: 56–64

Hart, Liz

Not Even a Single Thread Separates Us: Reflections on a Visit to the Abbey for Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett’s Memorial Service on 5th November 2006, Spr ’07: 30–32

Rev. Haryo Young

Active Meditation, Sum ’09: 1–10

Appreciating Our Uniqueness, Jan–Feb ’83: 21–24

The Cement of Attachment, Aut–Win ’99: 21–23 (reprint), Jul–Aug ’83: 5–7

A Few Reflections on the Past Year, and Thoughts for the Future, Sum ’04: 11–14

Form and Beyond Form, Sum ’05: 5–10

Misdirected Effort, Mar–Apr ’85: 4–6

Never Give Up, Aut ’03: 77–82

An Opportunity To Train, Jun ’72: 19–20

Paradox, Perfection and Desire, Aut–Win ’92: 7–15

Religious Forms, Jun ’74: 6–7

Remembering the Very Reverend Seck Kim Seng, Jan–Feb ’85: 2–3

Spiritual Eclecticism, May ’75: 32–33

Three Forms of Meditation, Oct–Dec ’84: 16–19

The Truth of Being, Spr–Sum ’96: 29–52

Why Monasticism?, Jan–Feb ’86: 2–8

Haslam, Jeremy

Bowing, Spr ’11: 37–39

Letting Go: Dropping the Crutches, Win ’02: 25–26

Nothing Crooked in the Universe, Spr ’12: 16–20

Rev. Helen Cummings

Unlocking Scriptures, Opening Hearts: Rev. Master Jiyu Kennett’s Contribution to Western Buddhist Liturgy, Win ’12: 14–27

Henderson, Maureen

Impressions of the Conclave 2000, Win ’00: 49–50

Hering, Norman and Beth Gong

Lay Ministers’ Retreat, Shasta Abbey, June 1-7, 1997, Aut ’97: 38–42

Hestbeck, Colette, Faith Broadbent, Steve Murray, Ernie Rimerman

Letters and Tributes (re: Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 63–67

Heuse, George

Universal Declaration of the Rights of Animals, Aug–Oct ’78: 43–46

Hiple, Deborah

Flowers from the Sky, Spr ’01: 64–70

Hiroyoshi Taiken Tanaka

Some Poems by Zen Master Dogen, Win ’11–’12: 67–75

Rev. Hogetsu Keith

Buddhist Festival Flags, Aut ’00: 38–47

Buddhist Names, May–Jun ’80: 43–46

The Conferring of the Charter of Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey, Sum ’97: 16–19

Doing Our Own Training, May ’75: 29–31

Endless Training Enlightenment: A letter from a reader and a reply, Oct–Nov ’77: 10–19

Growing Love, Mar–Apr ’78: 70–72

Karma: The Death and Rebirth of the Self, Feb–Mar ’77: 25–30

To Our Readers

re: sharing our understanding, Apr–May ’77: 2–4

re: ‘spiritual diseases,’ Aug–Sep ’77: 2–3

Sit Up!, Jan–Feb ’79: 32–33

Taking Refuge in the Sangha, Sep–Oct ’79: 11–19

Training in the Dark, Sep–Oct ’82: 16–21

Holdredge, Philip

The Koan Appears Naturally in Daily Life, Sum ’99: 47–50

Taking Refuge in the Scriptures, Spr ’02: 44–48

Holles, Charles

An Ocean of Love, Aut ’00: 29–33

Pilgrimage to the Holy Land, Aut ’98: 46–53

Holt, Maxine

Finding the Teaching in Daily Life, Aut–Win ’92: 79–81

31 Bows, Win ’93: 58–59

Work in Progress, Aut ’96: 39–45

Hongzhi Zhengjue, trans Rev. Hakuun Barnhard

Serene Illumination or ‘Still and Bright,’ Spr ’08: 1–18

Houdyshell, Vicki

Who’s Driving?, Aug –Oct ’78: 18–20

Rev. Hubert Nearman

The Ceremony of Setting Live Creatures Free, Win ’97: 25–31

A Footnote Concerning Great Master Keizan’s Kyojukaimon, Sum ’97: 27–31

Great Master Wu Chi’s Cure for Delusion, Sum ’00: 28–30

What Is a Greedy Arahant? (poem), Spr ’94: 23

Rev. Hubert Nearman, Rev. Daizui MacPhillamy, Rev. Zensho Roberson

Yume: Visionary Experiences in the Lives of Great Masters Dogen and Keizan, Sum ’97: 63–77

Rev. Hubert Nearman, translator

Great Master Chien-chih Seng-ts’an

That Which Is Engraved upon the Heart That Trusts to the Eternal, Sum ’95: 2–8

The Illusions Associated with the Five Skandhas

from The Scripture on Courageously Going On (Surangama Sutra), Spr ’99: 49–55

The Practices and Vows of Samantabhadra, Spr ’01: 26–32

The Practices and Vows of Samantabhadra, Spr ’01: 26–32

On the Practices of Samantabhadra Bodhisattva, Aut ’01: 26–36

Part II, Win ’01: 53–62

Part III, Spr ’02: 49–60

From The Scripture on Courageously Going On (Surangama Sutra)

Translator’s Introduction, Sum ’97: 37–38

The Effects of One’s Clinging to One’s Skandhas, Sum ’97: 38–42

Ten Meditational Conditions Related to Clinging to the Skandha of One’s Bodily Form, Sum ’97: 42–47

Ten Meditational Conditions Related to Clinging to the Skandha of One’s Feelings, Aut ’97: 26–35

Ten Meditational Conditions Related to Clinging to One’s Skandha of Conceptual Thinking, Spr ’98: 64–75

Ten Meditational Conditions Related to Clinging to One’s Skandha of Conceptual Thinking (cont.), Sum ’98: 18–22

Ten Meditational Conditions Related to Clinging to the Skandha of One’s Mental Formations, Sum ’98: 22–36

Ten Meditational Conditions Related to Clinging to the Skandha of One’s Consciousness, Win ’98: 38–48

Rev. Hugh Gould

Dedications from the

Ceremony of the Hanging up of the Portrait of the Deceased (for Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 5

Ceremony of Washing the Body (for Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 46

Ceremony of the Moving of the Sarcophagus (for Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 56

Ceremony of the Closing of the Sarcophagus (for Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 74

Closing Ceremony (for Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 83

Festival Memorial of the Parinirvana of Great Master Houn Daizui, Head of the Order of Buddhist Contemplatives, Aut ’03: 83

If from the Experience of the Senses…, Spr ’08: 38–51

The Scripture of Great Wisdom (commentary), Sum ’10: 3–14

There Is So Much More, Aut ’03: 47–55

Rev. Hugh Gould, David Cowsky, Rev. Eko Little

Eulogies (for Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 30–43

Rev. Hyakurei Sacco

The Disease of the One-Handed Half-Hearted Gassho, Jul ’73: 31–33

Rev. Hyakurei Wheeler

I Bow to a Wheelchair, Jan ’74: 27–29

Training Outside a Monastery, Apr ’74: 22

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Rev. Isan Sacco

Adoration of the Cosmic Buddha, Jan–Feb ’82: 18–21

Beyond Male and Female, Jul–Aug ’81: 54–56

Capital Punishment: Doctrine of a Stone Age, Jan–Feb ’83: 15–20

Compassion for All, Jul–Aug ’83: 11–14

Expressing Gratitude in Daily Life, Mar–Apr ’83: 30–31

The Healing Arts in Zen, Mar–Apr ’79: 33–37

Human Marriage–Spiritual Marriage, Jan–Feb ’81: 14–19

The Importance of Group Training, Mar ’73: 35–36

The Koan of Authority, Oct ’73: 28–30

The Koan of Finding a Spiritual Teacher, Mar–Apr ’80: 19–26

Light and Darkness, Jan–Feb ’79: 53–54

Marriage Is Training, May–Jul ’78: 12–16

The Opening of the Chakras, Nov–Dec ’79: 47–50

The Question of Past Lives, Jul–Aug ’79: 23–26

The Three Refuges, Mar–Apr ’82: 27–31

Transcending ‘Male’ and ‘Female,’ Jan–Feb ’76: 62–63

The Transfer of Merit, May–Aug ’82: 41–44

Vision…Physical and Spiritual, Sep–Oct ’80: 42–45

J

Jabbari, David

The Distance from Jukai, Sum ’01: 53–57

Living an Ordinary Daily Life, Sum ’99: 14–15

One Ordinee’s View of the “Ten Precepts Meeting,” Jukai, Aut ’98: 60–61

Jackson, Natasha

Women in Buddhism, Jan–Feb ’76: 26–39, Jul–Aug ’81: 25–36 (reprint)

James, Gill

My Home Altar, Sum ’10: 38–42

Jenkins, Carol

Carving a Stone Buddha, Win ’91: 49–52

The Dignity of Suffering, Win ’01: 30–32

The Great Secret of Death, Aut ’12: 12–15

Meditation in Relaxation, Aut–Win ’92: 77–78

Raising a Child in a Buddhist Household, Aut ’89: 50–57

Jenkins-Guarnieri, Michael

The Priory (poem), Sum ’94: 47

Jennings, John

Buddha and Dharma, but Sangha on My Own Terms, Aut ’01: 65

Jensen, Lin

Bad Dog: The Journey through Shame to Compassion, Spr ’98: 57–63

Maintenance, Aut ’97: 52–57

The Mind of the Mountain Called Shasta, Aut ’96: 23–28

Rev. Jigen Bartley

Come Open-Hearted, Sum ’13: 13–17

Rev. Jimyo Krasner

The Black Beast of Fear, Mar–Apr ’83: 40–45

Cutting the Roots of Karma, Mar–Apr ’84: 11–20

Dealing with Despair, Jan–Feb ’78: 64

The Purpose of Religious Forms and Ceremonies, May–Aug ’82: 32–40

The Real Question, May–Jun ’80: 31–34

Right Meditation, Jul–Sep ’84: 23–27

Training As a Lay Person, Sep–Oct ’81: 13–19

Training for Oneself and Others, Mar–Apr ’83: 25–29

The True Reality, Jul–Aug ’81: 21–24

The Voice of the Lord, Jan–Feb ’81: 44–48

Rev. Jisho Perry

With the Actual Comes the Ideal, Aut ’04: 25–30

Adapting to Change, Aut–Win ’99: 4–5

Applying Meditation to Daily Life, Jul–Aug ’79: 14–19

Asking Questions, Win ’07–’08: 17–23

Being apart from My Family to Seek the Truth, I Vow to Help Others, Mar–Apr ’80: 33–48

Buddha’s Enlightenment Day, Spr ’88: 50–52

The Buddhist Student, Win ’88: 39–44

Changing My Attitude, Aut ’89: 61–62

Commitment, Jan ’74: 22–24

Correspondence with a Prisoner, Sep–Oct ’80: 33–41

Do Not Criticize, but Accept Everything, Apr–May ’77: 31–35

Do Not Kill Selfishness, May ’76: 20–23

Fine Tuning, Spr ’94: 70–71

Four Wisdoms, Aut–Win ’86: 74–86

Funeral Instructions, Jan–Feb ’82: 5–15

The Gift, Aut–Win ’92: 84–91

Healing the Heart, Win ’93: 66–70

Hungry Ghosts, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 63–71, Aut–Win ’99: 50–57 (reprint)

Jataka Tales by Arya Shura

Introduction, Sum ’88: 43–47

Sakra Saves the Eagles, Win ’93: 61–65

The Story of Agastya, Spr ’93: 77–84

The Story of Kuddabodhi, Aut ’91: 53–60

The Story of Maitribala, Sum ’93: 59–74

The Story of Suparaga, Sum ’94: 54–63

The Story of the Fish, Spr–Sum ’91: 103–107

The Story of the Great Orangutan, Win ’91: 56–63

The Story of the Hare, Aut ’88: 52–59

The Story of the Head of a Guild, Aut ’88: 60–64

The Story of the Jar, Aut ’91: 45–53

The Story of the King of the Shibis, Sum ’88: 53–61

The Story of the Small Portion of Gruel, Spr ’90: 58–63

The Story of the Tigress, Sum ’88: 47–52

The Story of the Woodpecker, Sum ’90: 50–54

The Story of Visvantara, Spr ’92: 48–67

Judgments and Ideals, Win ’89: 57–61

Karmic Washing Machines, Spr ’12: 25–38

Learning to Listen, Aut–Win ’95: 122–126

A Living Will, Sep–Oct ’82: insert

Loving Effort, Spr–Sum ’91: 99–102

The Monastic Day, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 72–80

Mrs. Yuan’s Funeral, Spr ’89: 46–49

‘ No Deliberate Thought,’ Aut ’09: 12–25

The Rain of Dharma Comes As Nectar Down, Destroys the Flames of Evil Passions All, Spr–Sum ’96: 121–23

Reaching for Eternity, Sum ’05: 42–48

Reflections on Bodhidharma Bodhisattva, Sum–Aut ’11: 37–55

Reflections on the Surangama Sutra, Win ’10–’11: 13–18

Respect for the Law, Nov–Dec ’82: 10–17

The Right to Die, Sep–Oct ’82: 35–38

The Secret of Life Is Will, Win ’90: 65–70

Seeing Through the Buddha’s Eyes, Win ’02: 8–16

Selfless Giving, Spr ’09: 32–42

To Singapore, Malaysia and the World Fellowship of Buddhists Conference, Spr ’03: 19–26

Spiritual Maturity, Sum ’99: 38–42

Spiritual Nourishment, Aut–Win ’92: 92–97

Spiritual Purpose: To See Where I Am Not Meditating, Sum ’00: 7–11

Stories of the Past Lives of the Buddha: The Story of the Great Orang-utan (reprint), Spr ’10: 47–55

The Symbol of Kanzeon, Jan ’75: 21–25

Symbols, Spr ’88: 44–49

As Thunder Shakes the Universe, Aut ’96: 51–57

Training May Not Make You Happy, Aug–Oct ’78: 54–56

Transfer of Merit, Spr ’86: 42–50

Understanding Birth and Death, Aut ’93: 61–66

Understanding Karma through Responsibility, Mar–Apr ’79: 13–24

The Unseen Good, Sum ’98: 62–67

The Use of Doctrine in Buddhism, May–Aug ’82: 50–58

Who Is in Charge Here?, Sum ’92: 50–56

With the Actual Comes the Ideal, Aut ’04: 25–30

Zen and the Law, Feb ’75: 26–30

Rev. Jitsudo Baran

Abbey Egg Bread (recipe), Jan ’74: 31–32

America Needs Kanzeon, Apr ’73: 14–23, Apr ’75: 11–14

The Genjo Koan: Hot and Cold, May ’74: 19–30

Gyoji: Endless Training; Living and Dying with Shakyamuni, Nov ’75: 26–39

Living the Refuges and Precepts, Jul ’76: 16–19

Meditation in Daily Life, Nov–Dec ’76: 46–50

Monju and the Beast, Apr ’74: 27

On the Cliff of Life and Death, Mar–Apr ’76: 22–37

Questions on Zazen, Mar ’74: 25–30 (with insert)

Questions on Zen Meditation, Sep ’75: 23–30

On the Shushogi, Jan ’73, Mar ’75: 6–8 (reprint)

On the Spirit of Accidie, Dec ’75: 15–28 (reprint)

The Still Small Voice, Apr ’73: 14–23

Summer Salad and Sandwich Suggestions (recipes), Sep ’75: 37–39

The Symbol of Fudo, Jan ’75: 26–28

That Is Zen, Feb ’75: 14–16

Walking Meditation, Nov–Dec ’76: 38–39

Zen Master Bankei (biographical introduction to Bankei’s Commentary on Women), Jan–Feb ’76: 58

Rev. Jitsudo Baran and Rev. Gensho Florence

Introductions to Raihai Tokuzui: Paying Homage to One Who Has Acquired the Essence, Jan–Feb ’76: 44–46

Rev. Jitsudo Baran and Rev. Hogetsu Schomberg (Keith)

Questions and Answers on Zazen, Nov–Dec ’76: 63–70

Rev. Jitsudo Baran and Rev. Isan Sacco

Pitfalls in Meditation, Nov–Dec ’76: 51–59

Rev. Jitsuyu Evans

Do Not Be Angry, Jan–Feb ’79: 50–52

Rev. Jiyu-Kennett

Abortion and the Buddha Nature, Mar–Apr ’78: 28–30

All Is One and All Is Different

Aut ’10: 1-18

And, at Dawn, No Light Shines, Aut–Win ’95: 71–85

“…And to the Source Kept True”

Part I: The Immaculacy of Emptiness, Spr ’89: 2–9

Part II, Sum ’89: 2–8

Part III, Aut ’89: 3–8

Part IV, Win ’89: 2–8

Part V: Concerning “Gyrovagues,” Spr ’90: 2–7

Part VI: Concerning What I Shall, Hereafter, Call the Eternal, Sum ’90: 2–14

Part VII: Concerning Women, Aut ’90: 2–20

Part IX, Win ’90: 2–13

Part XI: Concerning Beatings, Killing and War, Spr–Sum ’91: 3–37

On Beginning with the Answer, Aut ’04: 5–8 (reprint)

Bendowa Lectures, Aug ’74: 5–32, Sep ’74: 4–29, Oct ’74: 2–24, Nov ’74: 7–14, Dec ’74: 2–11

Bendowa Lectures (reprints)

Part 1, Win ’97: 7–21

Part 2, Spr ’98: 6–15

Part 3, Sum ’98: 3–10

Part 4, Aut ’98: 4–15

Part 5, Spr ’99: 4–15

Benevolence, from The Roar of the Tigress, v.1, Spr ’04: 5–8

Beware of Old Influences, Spr ’88: 5–9

Beyond Arahant, Beyond Bodhisattva, Aug–Sep ’77: 4

The Buddhist’s Responsibility to Animals, Aug ’70, Aug–Oct ’78: 21–26 (reprint), Jul–Aug ’80: 5–11 (reprint), Win ’91: 2–7 (reprint), Win–Spr ’96–97: 33–37 (reprint)

Buddhist Symbology: The Manji, Jan ’75: 17–20

Challenging Karma, Nov–Dec ’82: 6–9, Spr ’92: 2–5 (reprint)

Children and Meditation, Nov–Dec ’76: 60–61

Commentary on Dogen’s “Zazen Rules,” Nov–Dec ’76: 19–22

Commentary on the Kyojukaimon, Aug–Sep ’76: 3–10

Part 2, Oct ’76: 3–6

Compassion for the Abbot, May–Jul ’78: 35–40

Concerning the Correct Use of the Kyosaku, Nov–Dec ’76: 23–24

Correspondence with a Christian Monk, Mar–Apr ’79: 4–9, May–Jun: ’79: 4–12, Mar–Apr ’80: 2–6, Mar–Apr ’81: 4–14

The Cost of Reality, Nov ’75: 7–16

The Cost of Reality: Continued from November 1975, Spr ’89: 7–9

Daigo: ‘Great Enlightenment,’ Nov–Dec ’81: 2–16

Dharmata, The Real Nature of Phenomena, Jan–Feb ’81: 4–9

Do Women Have the Buddha Nature?, Jan–Feb ’76: 11–17, Jul–Aug ’81: 5–11(reprint), Spr–Sum ’96: 3–9 (reprint)

The Education of Buddhist Children, Dec ’74: 12–16

The Education of Children, from The Roar of the Tigress, Win ’03–’04: 5–8

The Education of the Buddhist Child, Oct ’75: 25–30

On Electing Presidents, Aut ’88: 2–8

Enlightened Action Leaves No Wake, Jan–Feb ’81: 2–3

First Founders, Sum ’97: 2–6

Foreword to This Special Issue (Sexuality in Religious Training), Mar–Apr ’78: 28–30

The Funeral Ceremony of an Animal, Apr ’72; Aug–Oct ’78: 47–50 (reprint); Jul–Aug ’80: 38–42 (revised); Win ’91: 8–13 (reprint)

Going beyond the Opposites, Aut ’01: 4–5

The Goose at Rest: 1969-78

Part 1, May–Jul ’78: 17–24

Part 2, Aug–Oct ’78: 4–8

Part 3, Nov–Dec ’78: 43–45

Grace and Training: An Extract from a Letter to a Trainee, Sum ’01: 4–6

The Great Heresies, I, Spr ’86: 2–9

The Growth of Zen from Basic Hinayana Doctrine, Aut ’97: 6–13

History, Development and Practice of Soto Zen, Jan–Feb ’84: 2–25

How to Find Kanzeon in Hell, Nov–Dec ’82: 2–5

How to Grow a Lotus Blossom

Chapters 39-43, Jan ’77: 6–22

Questions and Answers, Feb–Mar ’77: 14–22

Kenshos, Apr–May ’77: 5–11

More Questions and Answers, Apr–May ’77: 12–19

How to Look at a Buddha Statue, Nov–Dec ’79: 29

How to Prepare the Body of a Buddhist for Burial, Jan–Feb ’82: 2–4

How to Sit, Jan ’74: 12–21, Nov–Dec ’76: 4–9

Important Announcement (re: ashes of Keido Chisan Koho Zenji), Oct–Dec ’84: 2–8

An Informal Discussion on Zen, Jul ’76: 3–15

Internal Work and External Work: From a Letter to a Lay Trainee, Win ’01: 4–5

An Introduction to Zen: Religious Practice for Everyday Life, from Roar of the Tigress, Vol. 1, Aut ’00: 4–21

Ketchimyaku: The Bloodline of the Buddhas, Sum ’88: 2–3, Win–Spr ’96–97: 38–39 (reprint)

The ‘Koan’ Appears Naturally in Daily Life or, How a Prior Handles a Traffic Violation, Aut Win ’92: 3–4

Kobusshin: The Deep Buddha Nature, Nov–Dec ’80: 4–11

The Kyojukaimon

Part 1, Apr ’70, Spr ’93: 2–5 (reprint), Win ’02: 4–7 (reprint)

Part I, Win ’02: 4–7 (reprint)

Part II, Spr ’03: 4–9

The Law of Dependent Origination, Sep–Oct ’81: 2–9, Sum ’92: 2–9 (reprint)

Lecture and Discussion at Durham Buddhist Society, Sep ’73: 13–26

Lecture and Discussion at Durham Buddhist Society, continued, Sep ’73: 18–27

Letter to a Christian monk, Mar–Apr ’79: 4–9

Live Fully, Die Fully, Aut ’07: 6–11

The Lord of the House, Jan ’77

The Lord of the House, from How to Grow a Lotus Blossom, Aug–Oct ’78: 16

The Meaning of Discipleship, Aut–Win ’95: 21–24

The Meaning of Vocation, Part I: Spiritual Demands, Oct–Dec ’85: insert

In Memoriam: Seck Sian Toh, Aut–Win ’86: 7

The Most Excellent Mirror: Samadhi (in The Sandokai and the Most Excellent Mirror: Samadhi), Win ’94: 17–27

The Necessity of Faith, Sum ’03: 5–7 (reprint)

The Necessity of Faith, from The Koan Commentary, May ’72: 5–8, Jun ’70 (reprint), Sum ’03: 5–7 (reprint)

New Translations (introduction to Scripture translations by Rev. Hubert Nearman)

1, Sum ’93: 2–3

2, Aut ’93: 2

A Note from Roshi Kennett (re: kensho), Jan–Feb ’78: 54

Offertory for the Festival of the Buddha’s Birth (from Zen Is Eternal Life), Nov–Dec ’78: 28–29

One Mind, Jan ’72: 4–6

On Beginning with the Answer, Spr ’88: 2–5, Aut ’04: 5–8 (reprint)

On the Zen Teaching of So-called “Emptiness,” Jan–Feb ’78: 3–6

The Path of the Lotus, Aut–Win ’95: 67–70

Perfect Faith, May–Jun ’80: 3–6, Aut ’94: 2–5 (revised)

A Perfect Goldfish, Aut ’96: 2–5

The Perfection of Zen, Aut–Win ’92: 4–6, Sum ’00: 4–6 (reprint)

The Purpose of Meditation, Sum ’02: 4–6

The Qualifications of a Zen Master, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 2–9

Rev. Master’s New Transport, Oct–Dec ’84: 9–10

Rev. Seck Kim Seng: In Memorial, Mar–Apr ’80: 28–30

Roar of the Tigress, Volume I

Enlightenment: It’s Not What You Look For; It Might Be What You Find, Aut ’00: 16–21

Precepts: The Everyday Acts of Buddhas, Spr ’01: 6–16

Where to Start, Aut ’00: 5–16

Zen Is a Religion, Win ’00: 4–14

Rules for Meditation, Win ’88: 2–5

Ryugin: The Roar of a Dragon, Mar–Apr ’82: 7–17

Ryugin: “The Roar of a Dragon,” Spr ’11: 1–12

The Sandokai and The Most Excellent Mirror: Samadhi, May–Aug ’82: 65–84; Win ’94: 8–27 (reprint)

Sange Jukai Lecture, Feb ’74: 8–22, Mar ’75: 10–19 (abridged reprint)

Self-Immolation Is Non-Buddhist, Mar–Apr ’76: 4–20

Seminar-UC Berkeley: Bodhisattva Vow, Nov ’73: 21–25

Silent Lectures, Aut ’02: 4–6

Song of Zazen (poem), May–Jul ’78: 25

A Special Message to Lay Trainees (re: new Zendo and lay complex), May–Jun ’81: 2–4

“Spiritualism, Demons, Ghosts and Visions” from The Book of Life, Jan–Feb ’79: 5–12

The Story of Miao-shen, Jan–Feb ’76: 18–25, Jul–Aug ’81: 12–20 (reprint), Spr–Sum ’96: 10–17 (reprint)

Studying the Precepts, Oct–Dec ’85: insert

Three Questions on Buddhism and Violence, Mar–Apr ’76: 39–41

The Training of a Bodhisattva

Roar of the Tigress Volume II, Ch. 12, Win ’05–’06: 5–16

Training Taken Positively: An Excerpt from Kennett Roshi’s Diary, May ’75: 37–38

The True Zendo, from Koan Commentary, Jun ’74: 11–13

The Two Forms of Visions, Sep–Oct ’80: 6–11

Udonge: ‘The Flower of an Udumbara Tree,’ Sum ’08: 1–13

The Visit of Two Officials from the Head Office in Japan, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 5–9

The Water of the Spirit, Nov–Dec ’78: 17–20, Aut ’91: 2–5 (reprint)

‘ We Accept This Food So That We May Become Enlightened,’ Oct ’74: 25–27

What We Teach and What We Practice, Aut–Win ’86: 2–9

The Wild, White Goose (four prefaces), Jul ’74: 4–13

The Wild, White Goose (excerpts), May ’72: 9–21, Jun ’72: 5–15, Jul ’72: 5–16, Mar ’73: 5–34, Apr ’73: 4–8, May ’73: 4–10, Jun ’73: 6–12, Jul ’73: 7–10, Aug ’73: 8–16, Sep ’73: 3–12, Oct ’73: 6–17, Nov ’73: 5–11, Jan ’74: 6–11, Feb ’74: 26–32, Mar ’74: 4–14, Apr ’74: 5–16, May ’74: 2–18, Feb ’75: 5–9, Mar ’75: 30–38, Apr ’75: 2–10, May ’75: 5–11, Jun ’75: 3–12, Jul ’75: 2–10, Aug ’75: 2–23, Sep ’75: 3–14, Oct ’75: 2–14, Nov ’75: 18–25, Dec ’75: 4–14, Jan–Feb ’76: 67–75, Mar–Apr ’76: 60–67, May ’76: 46–53, Nov–Dec ’76: 10–15, Apr–May ’77: 44–51, Jun–Jul ’77: 2–30, Aug–Sep ’77: 22–31, Oct–Nov ’77: 2, Oct–Nov ’77: 31–39, Dec ’77: 4–18, Jan–Feb ’78: 18–52, Spr ’02: 5–10

Women in Religion, Jun ’76: 2–15

Wonderful Practice, Jan–Feb ’86: insert, Spr ’95: 2–7 (reprint)

Wrong Thoughts Are the Heaviest Burden, Apr ’74: 18–21

The Zen View of Dying, May ’76: 4–18

Rev. Jiyu-Kennett, and Rev. Hubert Nearman, translator

The Scripture of the Buddha’s Last Teachings, Sum ’93: 3–14

The Scripture on Conduct That Eases the Way, Aut ’93: 3–10

The Scripture on Conduct That Eases the Way (conclusion), Win ’93: 2–10

The Scripture on the Immeasurable Life of the Tathagata, Spr ’94: 2–11

The Marvellous Spiritual Powers of the Tathagata, Sum ’94: 2–7

Rev. Jiyu-Kennett, Revs. Jisho Perry and Daishin Morgan

Disclaimer (re: religious tolerance; official I.D. Cards for priests), Jan–Feb ’79: 34–35

Disclaimer (re: religious tolerance; official I.D. cards for priests), Jan–Feb ’79: 34–35

Rev. Jiyu-Kennett and Rev. Daishin Yalon

Maple Cream Apple Pie (recipe), Win–Spr ’96–’97: 104–105

Johnson, Ben

A Bowl of Red, Spr ’99: 37–44

More, Win ’10–’11: 27–29

Jordin, Martin

My Home Altar, Sum ’10: 36–37

Jung, C.G.

An Illustration of Karma, Mar–Apr ’76: 51–53

K

Kackman, William

The Koan Arises Naturally, Sum ’93: 80–85

The Significance of Looking Good, Spr ’90: 87–90

A Small Offering, Spr–Sum ’91: 138–139

Stubborn, Aut–Win ’92: 120–123

Rev. Kaikan Czerniski

Buddhist Symbols and Statues, May–Aug ’82: 45–48

“There Is a Fish in Dirty Water,” Mar–Apr ’84: 28–33

Rev. Kaizan Esformes

The Absolute Necessity of Faith, May–Jun ’81: 37–39

Changeableness, May–Jun ’83: 3–10

Detachment in the Context of Buddhist Training, Oct–Dec ’85: 23–29

The Five Laws of the Universe, Mar–Apr ’84: 2–10

Koans, Sep–Oct ’83: 34–40

Our True Master, Nov–Dec ’80: 41–43

Tofu Cutlets (recipe), Mar–Apr ’79: 38–39

Training within Delusion, Jul–Aug ’79: 27–29

Kanadaiba Sonja, the fifteenth Ancestor

The Denkoroku, Chapter 16, Sep ’75: 15–16

Kartal, Ayse

Dealings with Pain, Win ’09–’10: 27–33

Kastner, George

Fireball, Win ’01: 49–52

Kay, Laurel

Deepening Lay Training, Nov–Dec ’81: 39–42

Rev. Keitetsu Norton

A Few Notes on the Kesa, Feb ’75: 20–22

Kindness to Oneself, Aug ’74: 31–32

Keizan Jokin

Instructions on How To Do Pure Meditation (excerpt), Spr ’95: 31

Rev. Keizan Watanabe

Letter re: temple bell, Jul–Aug ’83: 3–4

Keizan Zenji

The Denkoroku, Chapter 15

The Fifteenth Ancestor, Kanadaiba Sonja, Aug ’74: 33–35 (reprint)

Rev. Kembo Wyatt

Banana, Currant and Walnut Pudding, Feb ’75: 22

Putting Effort into Effortless, Apr ’75: 22–24

On Training, Aug ’75: 24–27

Kennet, Peggy T. N.

Music is Zen, Win ’12: 8–13

Kikuchi, Kan; Rev. Jisho Perry and Kimiko Vago, translator

Beyond the Pale of Vengeance

Introduction, Aut ’94: 43–47

Chapter 1, Aut ’94: 48–51

Chapter 2, Win ’94: 62–69

Chapter 3, Spr ’95: 64–76

Chapter 4, Sum ’95: 60–71

Rev. Kinrei Bassis

Judging and Criticizing, Win ’12: 33–37

“Love and Light,” May–Jun ’85: 27–35

Mindfulness, Spr ’07: 37–40

Not Necessary, but Useful, Jul–Sep ’84: 35–41

Peace, Spr ’04: 59–64

Suffering, Win ’02: 17–24

Taking the Dharma into Our Heart, Spr ’10: 27–32

Three Fires, Spr ’08: 26–33

The Way of Faith, Jul–Aug ’83: 38–43

When It Is Hot, Be Completely Hot; When It Is Cold, Be Completely Cold, Aut ’97: 49–51

Rev. Kinsei Tower

The Growing of Faith, Jan–Feb ’80: 35–38

Some Aspects of Love from a Buddhist Point of View, Spr ’93: 21–26

Rev. Kinzan Learman

Asvaghosha, May–Jun ’84: 2–6

Awakening to the Heart of Kanzeon, Jul–Sep ’85: 4–16

Blessed Be the Buddha of Goodwill, Win ’93: 12–17

Buddhism, Education and Social Change (a review of The Lives of Children by George Dennison), Jun ’76: 18–25

Buddhism and the Problem of Suffering (a review of On Death and Dying by E. Kübler-Ross), May ’76: 38–44

Dogen’s Questions, Jul–Sep ’84: 4–11

Endless Training, Endless Enlightenment, Mar–Apr ’83: 15–18

The Flowers of Karma, Jan–Feb ’80: 42–45

Holding Back, Nov–Dec ’83: 25–28

Living in the World As If in the Sky, Sep–Oct ’81: 22–25

Manifesting Pure Faith, May–Jun ’85: 2–9

The Marketplace, Aut ’93: 11–12

The Mind That Seeks the Way, Sep–Oct ’83: 13–16

A Note to Weightwatchers, Feb–Mar ’77: 11

The Practice of Wisdom, Nov–Dec ’82: 37–43

Reminders for the Religious Life, Sum ’90: 15–26

On Right Effort; On Right Mindfulness; On Right Meditation, Jun ’74: 16

Some Notes on the Six Worlds, May–Jun ’83: 11–16

Some Potholes on the Road of Ceaseless Practice, Jan–Feb ’85: 12–16

Spiritual Obedience, May–Jun ’79: 24–26

Taking Refuge in the Unborn, Sum ’88: 4–10

The Third Noble Truth, Aut ’91: 6–10

The Three Pure Precepts, Aut–Win ’92: 16–20

The Three Treasures, Jan–Feb ’86: 9–11

Turning the Wheel of the Law, Jan–Feb ’83: 36–41

On Women in the Priesthood, Apr ’75: 15–16

Kirthisinghe, Dr. Buddhadasa P.

A Lesson from a Wise Beast, Jul–Aug ’80: 24–25

Kistler, Kathleen M.

“Me, My Friend, and the Eternal,” Win ’98: 22–26

Kistler, Kathleen M., David and Kathie Cowsky

Reflections on the Lay Ministers’ Retreat, Aut ’96: 16–19

Ko, Dean

Love Yourself More…and More…and More, Aut ’96: 88–89

Rev. Kodo Kay

Making Offerings, Sum ’03: 15–24

Koho Zenji, Rev. Keido Chisan

The Basic Thought of Zen, from Soto Zen, Aug ’75: 24–30

Dogen’s Meeting with the Chief Cook of Mt. Ayuwan Monastery, Sum ’89: 46–47

An Excerpt from Soto Zen, Aut ’00: 22–24

Introduction to the Kyojukaimon, Mar ’75: 29

The Key to the Doctrines, Nov ’74: 25–31

The Origin and Development of Zazen, Sep–Oct ’79: 23–28

The True Spirit of the Two Patriarchs, Dec ’74: 17–26, Aut–Win ’95: 33–43 (reprint)

Zen, the Salvation of Man

Ch 1: Ten Questions, Feb–Mar ’71; Jan ’75: 4–16 (reprint); Nov–Dec ’83: 2–8 (reprint)

Ch 2 (continued): Zen in Daily Life, Jan ’72: 7–10

Ch 3 (continued):The History of Zen: Sosan, Apr ’73: 9–13

Rev. Komei Andrews

Jukai Reading List, Jan ’75: 29–31

On Saying ‘No,’ Jun ’74: 14–15

Rev. Komei Larson

The Ceremony of Daily Life, Jan–Feb ’85: 17–21

Letter re: My Experiences with Sexism in Zen Buddhism, May–Jun ’83: 26–30

Life After Life (review), Feb–Mar ’77: 31–38

Monkey Mind, Jan–Feb ’83: 29–35

Nighttime Training, May–Jun ’84: 7–14

To Our Readers

re: training on vacation, Jul–Aug: ’79: 2–4

re: Wesak, May–Jun ’81: 6–7

re: women and Buddhism, Sep–Oct ’79: 2–7

Questions on Zen Practice, May–Aug ’82: 20–25

The Story of Patachara, Jan–Feb ’84: 26–30

Training with Our Koans, Jul–Aug ’81: 37–44

Wake Up!, Jul–Sep ’85: 17–22

Rev. Komei Larson and Rev. Jitsudo Baran

Sitting Place, Nov–Dec ’76: 40–45

Rev. Komei Larson and Rev. Koshin Schomberg

The Castle Game, May–Jul ’78: 77–82

Rev. Koshin Schomberg

Acceptance, Jan–Feb ’84: 31–36

Animals As Food, Jul–Aug ’80: 15–18

Aspects of Acceptance, Aut–Win ’86: 98–100

Aspects of the Middle Path

Part 1: The Middle Path and the Will, Aut ’96: 60–62

Part 2: The Middle Path in Meditation, Sum ’97: 32–35

Be Still Awhile (poem), Aut ’93: 72

Buddhist Training and Tolerance, May–Jun ’84: 15–17

Contemplation of the Love of the Eternal (poem), Aut ’03: 28–29

The Continuous Flowing, Sum ’88: 71–73

The Death of Animals, Feb–Mar ’77: 23–24

Dependent Origination

Rebirth: The Lower Realms, Aut ’89: 76–81

Becoming, Sum ’89: 59–62

The Four Aspects of Clinging, Spr ’89: 66–71

The Basis of Suffering in Our Present Life, Win ’88: 58–63

The Karmic Inheritance from Past Existences, Aut ’88: 73–80

Overviews of the Teaching, Aut ’90: 77–81

The Rolling Wheel of Becoming, Sum ’90: 66–69

Old Age, Death, Suffering and Faith, Spr ’90: 78–84

Rebirth: The Higher Realms, Win ’89: 79–83

Conclusion: Dependent Origination and Shunyata, Spr–Sum ’91: 121–126

Dependent Origination, Renunciation of the World and Awakening to True Wisdom, Win ’90: 79–82

Desire, Resolve, and Faith, Sep–Oct ’80: 13–18

Disappointment, Nov–Dec ’79: 19–22

Do Buddhists Believe in the Existence of God?

I. Introduction, Aut ’94: 58–60

II. Immanence and Transcendence, Win ’94: 74–75

III. Prayer, Spr ’95: 79–82

IV. Not Something, Not Nothing, Sum ’95: 76–78

The First Noble Truth: The Positive Nature of Dukkha, Jan–Feb ’83: 7–13

The Flow of Immaculacy, Sum ’94: 66–69

Gratitude, Spr ’92: 79–83

Homeleaving, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 93–96

The Importance of Acceptance in Buddhism, Jul–Aug ’79: 5–9

Inherent Dharma, Spr ’94: 73–75

Keeping the Initial Humility, Nov–Dec ’81: 17–19

Look Up!, Jan–Feb ’79: 28–31

Love and Sex in Marriage, Mar–Apr ’78: 61–69

On Manipulative Teaching, Jan–Feb ’78: 7–17

The Monastic Ideal and Lay Training, May–Aug ’82: 4–13

One Calls, One Replies, Oct–Dec ’84: 25–28; Spr ’88: 63–66

The Precepts, Mar–Apr ’83: 20–24

Reflections on Uji, Spr ’86: 63–68

Sitting Still, Apr–May ’77: 36–42

Some Questions About Faith, Sum: ’93: 76–79

Strewing Flowers before the Buddha, May–Jun ’81: 43–47

Sukha: True Happiness, Sum ’01: 13–15

The Temple, Win ’93: 74–75

Thoughts on Meditation, Aut–Win ’95: 117–119

Threefold Training, Spr ’93: 90–92

The Three Pure Precepts

Part I: Cease from Evil, Sum ’92: 66–68

Part II: Do Only Good, Aut–Win ’92: 113–114

Part III: Purify Your Own Heart/Do Good for Others, Aut–Win ’92: 114–118

The Three Refuges

Part I: The Refuge of the Buddha, Spr–Sum ’91: 127–131

Part II: The Refuge of the Dharma, Aut ’91: 69–73

Part III: The Refuge of the Sangha, Win ’91: 73–76

Training to Be Oneself, Dec ’77: 20–24

The True Gift, Jan–Feb ’81: 27–28

Volition and Feeling, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 97–101

A Western Buddhist Liberation Garden, Spr–Sum ’96: 125–127

The Windbell (poem), Sum ’97: 36 (corrected)

Rev. Kotei Sprenger

All-Acceptance, Jul ’72: 20–22

Rev. Koten Benson

The Ancestors, Autumn ’88: 27–40

The Buddhist Rosary, Aut ’89: 41–43

The Buddhist Rosary (continued), Sum ’90: 40–42

Do Not Think That It Is Easy, Spr ’88: 32–33

The Equality of the Sexes

Part 4, Aut–Win ’92: 66–69

Part 3, Sum ’92: 35–39

Part 2, Spr ’92: 37–39

Part 1, Win ’91: 36–39

Part 8, Win ’93: 51–52

Part 7, Aut ’93: 46–47

Part 6, Sum ’93: 40–46

Part 5, Spr ’93: 65–67

Part 12, Aut ’96: 86–87

Part 11, Spr–Sum ’96: 105–107

Part 10, Aut–Win ’95: 106–108

Part 9, Win ’94: 51–53

Erudition, May–Jun ’81: 23–25

Female Buddhas: The Equality of the Buddha Nature

Part 1, Aut ’05: 28–38

Part 2, Win ’05–’06: 27–40

First Things…, Aut ’10: 19–20

Hymn to Avalokiteshwara (poem), Aut ’91: 34, Aut–Win ’92: 70 (revised, corrected)

If I Make My Bed in Hell, Spr–Sum ’91: 72–73

Kanzeon Bosatsu, Nov–Dec ’82: 32–36

Lion’s Gate Buddhist Priory Special Feature: Twenty-five Years, Spr ’01: 33–37

Looking for the Priory, Win ’89: 41–44

The Mandala of Acalanatha, Sum ’88: 29–35

The Meditation Hall Windows

The Waveless Sea, Jan–Feb ’83: 25–28

The Guardian Kings (Virupaksa and Virudhaka), Mar–Apr ’85: 35–39

The Heavenly General (Ida-ten), May–Jun ’83: 31–33

Usschusma, Sep–Oct ’83: 41–42

Maitreya, Jul–Aug ’84: 28–30

The Meditation Hall Windows (Avalokiteshwara, Dhritarastra, Vaisravana, Hui Neng, Vimalakirti, Nagarjuna), Jan–Feb ’85: 30–33

Manjusri, Mar–Apr ’85: 18–21

Samantabhadra, Jul–Sep ’85: 38–41

Bodhidharma, Oct–Dec ’85: 10–11

Kshtigarbha Bodhisattva, Jan–Feb: ’86: 34–35

Sarasvati, Aut–Win ’86: 61–64

Mahakala, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 48–50

The Moon and Commitment, Win ’88: 27–28

The Most Important Ingredient, Win ’12: 28–29

Perfect, Spr ’86: 32–33, Sum ’94: 40–41 (reprint)

Prajnatara, Win ’07–’08: 10–12

Serene Reflection, Spr ’89: 33–35

A Story of Faith, Sum ’89: 29–31

A Story of Lay Training: Yeh-lu Ch’u-ts’ai (1189-1243), Aut ’90: 38–43, Sum ’95 : 48–53 (reprint)

That Which Is True Is Greater Than That Which Is Holy, Spr–Sum ’91: 69–71

The Three Treasures and Four Seals, Win ’90: 48–49

Twenty-five Years, Spr ’01: 33–37

Twenty Years, Spr ’94: 53–54

Vespers

Part I: “The Litany of the Great Compassionate One,” Win ’01: 18–29

Part II, Spr ’02: 27–33

Rev. Koten Benson and the Ven. Ananda Maitreya

An Offering with Gratitude: Arya Bhadracarya Pranidhana Raja, Spr ’90: 43–48

Koun Ejo

Shobogenzo Zuimonki

Vol. 1, Ch. 6, Oct ’75: 16–22

Vol. 2, Ch.10, Sep ’75: 31–36

Rev. Kozan Beck

Meditation and Effort, Nov–Dec ’78: 37–40

New Meditation Hall, Feb ’75: 17–19

‘Spiritual’ Soap Opera, Jan–Feb ’81: 41–43

The Third Way, May–Jun ’80: 25–30

Zen Training and Architecture, Jul ’72: 17–19

Rev. Kyogen Carlson

Birushanofu: The Cosmic Buddha of Zen, Mar–Apr ’80: 7–14

Indeed, This Very Mind Is Buddha, Feb ’75: 10–12

Is Evil Real?, Jul ’75: 11–15

Letter to our readers (re: motorized cart for Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett), May–Jun ’84: 43–44; Jul–Sep ’84: 2

The Meaning of Celibacy, Mar–Apr ’78: 46, 73–76

A Meeting with the Karmapa, Jul–Aug ’80: ii–iii

Notes on Zazen Practice, Jan–Feb ’82: 31–38

On the Point of Faith, Jan–Feb ’80: 15–20

Pure Land Meditation, Jan–Feb ’80: 31–34

The Rules of Celibacy at Shasta Abbey, Mar–Apr ’78: 44–45

Sanctifying the Mundane, May–Aug ’82: 59–64

The Subtlety of Second Mind, Jul ’74: 25–26

True Samadhi, Mar–Apr ’79: 49–51

Vairocana: The Cosmic Buddha, Jan–Feb ’85: 4–11

Zen As Healer, Jan–Feb ’79: 17–21

Zen Is True Religion: Be Grateful, Jun ’73: 13–17

Rev. Kyogen Carlson and Rev. Hogetsu Schomberg (Keith)

Physical Positions of Zazen, Nov–Dec ’76: 25–37

Rev. Kyosei Kempinsky

Poem dedicated to Rev. Master Chushin, Sum ’13: 12

So who’s carrying the load…?, Spr ’11: 33–36

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Rev. Lambert Tuffrey

How We Find Help Through Buddhism, Spr ’12: 44–56

Lane, Marjorie

The Brush Off, Aug–Oct ’78: 52–53

Langley, Julia

Geese Flying, Spr ’00: 47

Lara, Mike

Dependability, Sum ’89: 40–42

Inhaling the Self, Aut ’04: 47–51

The Merit of First Mind, Win ’90: 58–60

On Recycling, Oct–Nov ’77: 8–9

Walking on the Buddha ‘s Finger, Nov–Dec ’78: 21–23

Lavin, Peter

Saying Farewell, Sum ’94: 34–36

Lawrence, Mark

Controlling the Weather, Aut ’98: 54–56

Rev. Leandra Robertshaw

Adaptability, Aut ’99: 68–76

Letting Go of Judgment, Aut ’01: 52–58

Training Is Only a Small Thing, Spr ’98: 76–79

Training with Relationships, Aut ’08: 14–26

Rev. Leanna Bijl

Everything Happens for Your Own Good?!, Spr ’07: 33–36

Lebus, Amanda

Papercuts, Win ’05–’06: 56–60

Rev. Leoma Hague

‘What is it Good to Do?’, Sum ’12: 43–55

Rev. Leon Kackman

Buddhism Is Not Self-Improvement, Win ’04–’05: 30–39

Practical Dependent Origination, Sum ’13: 31–44

Some Thoughts on Taking Refuge in the Three Treasures, Win ’12: 38–50

On Working Meditation, Spr ’07: 47–55

Lewis, Cate

Death and the Four Noble Truths, Sum ’04: 15–22

Lewis, Murshid Samuel

From the Diaries of Murshid Samuel Lewis, Apr ’75: 25–27

Rev. Lewyn Blake

A Sea Change, Win ’05–’06: 61–63

Littlewood, Claire

Stepping in the Right Direction, Spr ’05: 42–47

Logan, Henry

The True Intention, Win ’98: 36–37

Lucas, Anna

Journey toward Jukai, Spr ’00: 59–61

Of Marbles, the Voice, and Old Age, Spr ’08: 52–56

When Less Is More, Aut ’04: 22–24

M

MacBrayne, Robert

Taking Refuge, Sum ’08: 55–58

Madigan, Kathleen

I am Lost, Win ’10–’11: 10–12

Mann, Sonny

S.S. Comfort Zone, Win ’04–’05: 16–19

Great Master Manzan Dohaku

The Explanation of the Ketchimyaku, Mar ’75: 44–45

Manzan Dohaku, Great Master. See Great Master Manzan Dohaku

Marchiori, Emanuela

The Inner Compass, Win ’05–’06: 41–42

Rev. Margaret Clyde

The Buddha’s Parinirvana, Jan–Feb ’86: 36–43

An Offering, May–Jun ’85: 45–48

Martin, Cathy

Following Good Advice Led Me to the Beehive of Training, Aut–Win ’99: 44–49

McCormick, Jim

An Article of Faith, Spr ’09: 48–54

McDonald, Jemi Reis

Chatting and the Art of Noble Silence, Win ’08–’09: 42–48

McGuire, Anne

On Becoming a Monk, Jan–Feb ’79: 25–27

Rev. Meian Elbert

Ananda, the Second Ancestor (Meditation Hall Windows), Jul–Aug ’83: 23–26

Difficulty with Meditation, Aut ’00: 26–28

Look at What Your Mind Is Doing, Win ’04–’05: 1–15

The Medicine of the Dharma, Win ’10–’11: 1–9

Serene Reflection Meditation, Spr ’13: 1–10

Rev. Meido Tuttle

Remembering to Wonder, Spr ’10: 44–46

Rev. Meiko Jones

The Grand Recitation of the Flower Ornament Scripture, Aut ’02: 58–63

Reflections on Walking the Path, Spr ’03: 50–52

What Is Important? Remembering Rev. Master Daizui, Aut ’03: 57–62

Rev. Meiten McGuire

All-Acceptance, Jul–Aug ’83: 31–37

Being Comfortable, Win ’08–’09: 23–27

An Exercise in Understanding Anger, Win ’02: 41–47

Five Qualities of Training, Spr ’13: 31–35

Learning How to Love, Sep–Oct ’79: 37–39

The One Right Choice, Jul–Sep ’85: 49–53

Perseverance, Spr ’10: 33–36

The Refining of All-Acceptance, Aut ’01: 40–44

Siren Songs, Aut ’05: 49–53

Spontaneity, Jul–Sep ’85: 54–58

Taking Refuge in the Dharma, Jan–Feb ’84: 40–43

Training with Guilt, Sum ’09: 11–15

Woe Is Me!, Aut ’10: 42–46

You Must Make the Effort, Sum ’02: 64–66

Midtdal, Ruth

Get Yourself Out of the Way, Spr ’95: 43–45

Rev. Mildred Läser

Choosing Certainty, Spr ’98: 52–55

“The Kindest Kanzeon Is to Be Found in Hell,” Aut ’89: 31–36

The Koan: The Jewel of Enlightenment, Sum ’97: 48–53, Spr ’04: 22–28 (reprint)

Miller, Phil

Changing Perspectives, Sum ’92: 71–73

Currents, Aut ’90: 84–87

On Faith, Aut ’91: 76–80

Nothing Personal, Aut ’93: 74–77

Reflections on the Five Thoughts of the Mealtime Ceremonial, Sum ’94: 71–75

Selfless Activity, Spr ’95: 84–87

Training at Work, Aut ’89: 84–87

Milston, Ann

A Little, Fuzzy Picture of Myself, Aut ’02: 27–28

Rev. Modukai Millar

Higher Education versus Zen?, Jun ’76: 27–29

Rev. Mokugen Kublicki

Cut All Ties, Give up Everything, Jul–Sep ’85: 23–27

Go for Gold!, Aut ’03: 44–45

The Great Wish, Sum ’04: 25–28

Having Compassion for Oneself, Mar–Apr ’79: 47–48

Like Clouds; Like Water, Aut ’94: 20–25

No Knowledge, No Attainment, Sum ’99: 4–6

Putting Trust in the ‘Still, Small Voice,’ Nov–Dec ’81: 26–28

The river is the Ocean; The ‘how’ is as important as the ‘why,’ Win ’00: 34–38

Sexuality, Win ’94: 39–46

Study in Detail, Aut–Win ’92: 50–55

The Transfer of Merit, Oct–Dec ’85: 2–5

Rev. Mokurai Cherlin

Cry Havoc, Dec ’75: 29–31

Note (re: Cathars), Aug–Oct ’78: 42

No View of Self

Part 1, Apr–May ’77: 26–30

Part 2, Jun–Jul ’77: 42–45

Purifying the Original Vow, Jul–Aug ’79: 33–38

Reflections on Life After Life (review), Aug–Sep ’77: 33–35

Trying to Kill Oneself, Feb–Mar ’77: 40–42

Umpteenth Mind, May–July ’78: 83–88

Rev. Mokurai Cherlin, translator, Roshi Doitsu Harada, Takeko Katoh

Report on the Practice of Buddhism in America, Aug–Oct ’78: 27–34

Rev. Mokushin Hart

The Death of an Animal, Spr–Sum ’91: 115–118

Do Not Waste Time, Spr ’89: 61–63

Effort, Aut ’89: 71–73

Enthralled by Shadows (poem), Win–Spr ’06–’07: 52–53

Fear, an Old Friend, Win ’91: 68–70

Finding the Heart of Compassion, Aut ’88: 69–70

The Gates of Compassion Are Open Wide, Spr ’93: 86–88

“If Only…”, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 85–86

“In This Superior Activity…”, Sum ’89: 52–55

The Meaning of the Priory, Sum ’88: 66–68

The Nature of Suffering, Aut ’90: 73–74

Offering, Win ’89: 75–76

Offering (Parts 1 and 2), Aut–Win ’95: 129–133 (revised)

Offering: Part II, Spr ’90: 71–73

Personal Opinions, Spr ’92: 73–76

The Precious Longing to Return (poem), Win ’88: 51

The Sangha Refuge, Sum ’90: 59–61

Seeing the Buddha Nature, Spr ’86: 56–58

Some Thoughts on the Occasion of the Death of a Friend, Aut–Win ’86: 93–94

A Story of Animal Training, Aut–Win ’92: 104–109

Studying the Precepts and Grasping the Will, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 87–89

The Unfolding of the New Temple, Sum ’90: 62–63

“When the Opposites Arise, the Buddha Mind Is Lost,” Spr ’88: 59–60

Within the Buddha’s Hand, Win ’90: 74–76

You bid me to descend (poem), Win ’04–’05: 40

Morzenti, Sally Kaj

Letter re: use of animals in classrooms, Spr ’86: 12–13

Mueller, Katie

Homage to Achalanatha Bodhisattva (poem), Aut ’93: 48

Rev. Mugo White

Labors of Love Remembered, Win ’10–’11: 30–32

An Overview of the Lay Ministry, Sum ’04: 38–40

A Pilgrimage, Spr ’05: 48–49

A Place to Sit, Spr ’93: 59–60

Renewal, Oct–Dec ’85: 12–19

The Ship and Three Drums, Aut ’97: 73–75

Snapshots from East Asia: Japan, Aut ’05: 17–23

“To Proffer Abundant Oblations,” May–Jun ’84: 40–44

The Warm Body of the Buddha, Win ’88: 52–55

Mundy, Peter

Letter re: cleaning up his life, Spr ’90: 74–75

Murray, Steve

The Cause of Suffering, Aut ’90: 65–67

Ideals and the Damage Done, Spr ’08: 19–25

Losses, Aut ’94: 52–54

The Noble Eightfold Path Meditation Retreat, Aut ’97: 68–72

Reading and Recollection, Sep–Oct ’83: 26–27

Shifting Gears, Aut ’12: 26–29

Tides, Aut ’05: 39–41

The Work within the Heart, Spr ’89: 50–51

Murray, Steve, Faith Broadbent, Colette Hestbeck, Ernie Rimerman

Letters and Tributes (re: Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 63–67

Rev. Myoe Banda

Just Getting By, Apr ’75: 20–21

Rev. Myogetsu

To my Master (poem), Aut–Win ’86: 29

Rev. Myogetsu Fuller and Rev. Gensho Florence

“Do Not Kill,” Mar–Apr ’76: 42–50

Rev. Myoho Harris

The Big Clean-up, May–Jun ’81: 28–33

Bowing, May–Jun ’79: 18–20

Contemplation and the Mind That Seeks the Way

Part 1, Sum ’09: 19–35

Part 2, Win ’09–’10: 34–49

Feelings: Writing on Water, Sum ’07: 23–37

The Great Enabler, Spr ’12: 1–15

How We View Ourselves, Aut ’05: 24–27

It Is Enough to Know the Cosmic Buddha, Sep–Oct ’81:43–46

The Journey of a Thousand Miles Begins with One Step, Aut ’07: 51

An Opportunity to Learn Sympathy: The Care of Wild Animals, Nov–Dec ’78: 41–45

Oscar’s Story, Spr–Sum ’96: 95–98

Training with Animals, Jul–Aug ’80: 26–33

Zazen: The Place of No Resistance and No Requests, May–Jun ’80: 37–42

N

Ven. Narada Maha Thera

The Buddha’s Parinirvana, Jan–Feb ’81: 29–36

Excerpts on Karma, Mar–Apr ’79: 46

The Life of Buddha, Nov–Dec ’78: 6–16

Rebirth, Feb–Mar ’77: 3–11

Rev. Neil McGinn

Walking on Alms Round in Mt. Shasta, Spr ’04: 9–16

Nicholson, Eric

Is Depression a Gift?, Sum ’12: 10–22

Norwell, George

Ceremony: Obstacle or Opportunity?, Spr ’98: 27–31

Trusting My Training, Sum ’97: 57–62

O

Officers of Soji-ji

Letter from Soji-ji re: suspension of Cho Ryu (with commentary by Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett), Win ’90: 13–18

Olson, Craig

Question and Answer, Win ’89: 84–87

Refuges: Choice and Consequence, Aut ’83: 81–84

Rev. Oriana LaChance

Disarmament, Sum ’01: 42–47, Sum ”01: 42–47

Healing, Sum ’00: 18–24

Refraining from: Some Thoughts on Freedom, Win ’03–’04: 33–37

Thoughts on Generosity, Win ’12: 5–7

Rev. Oshin Parkinson

Grief and Compassion, Nov–Dec ’78: 56–60

Rules and the Taitaikoho, Jul–Aug ’79: 39–45

Rev. Oswin Hollenbeck

Aspects of Ceremonial: Raising a Flower, Turning a Wheel, Sum ’08: 14–18

The Bodhisattva Pilgrimage, Aut ’96: 6–11

The Buddhist Kesa: Clothes of Enlightenment

Part 1, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 1–11

Part 2, Spr ’07: 17–29

Choosing a Path, Sum ’01: 37–41

Conclave 2000: Continuing the Transmission, Win ’00: 39–46

Devotion and Its Development in the Monastery, Win ’93: 18–25

Empty Hands, Pure Heart, Aut ’05: 42–48

Gay and Lesbian Forum: Some Thoughts and a Proposal, Aut–Win ’99: 77–83

A Guide to Our Monastic Vocabulary, Spr ’94: 12–22

The Importance of Lineage, Sum ’99: 7–11

Justice and the Five Laws of the Universe, Spr ’05: 35–41

Keeping a Bright Mind, Sum ’09: 36–38

Lighting up the Pure Land: Winter Holiday/Festive Season Decorations, Aut ’07: 63–66

Memorials, Spr ’98: 32–33

Merit Is Just a Word Unless You Give It Away, Aut ’13: 1–18

Nothing Special, Everything Buddha, Spr ’03: 33–39

Prayers to the Guardian Deity, Sum ’95: 9–15

The Sangha Treasure, Aut ’00: 34–37

Some Aspects of Training in Chapter 17 of the Denkoroku, Spr ’93: 27–34

Some Thoughts on Bowing, Aut–Win ’99: 36–39

Otogawa, Archbishop Kinei

On the Title of ‘Seijaku‘, Mar–Apr ’81: 26–27

P

Peoples, Peg

Journey to the Temple, Spr–Sum ’91: 108–109

Letter re: Asking for help, Aut ’89: 63–65

Letter re: Willingness, Win ’88: 45–47

Perkins, Leroy

Letter re: fascination and attachment, Spr ’88: 53–54

My Home Altar, Sum ’10: 43

The Second Time Around, Spr ’89: 52–54

Troublesome Learning, Spr ’90: 64–65

Perrott, Michael

The Wooden Figure, Sum ’03: 50–55

Rev. Peter Bonati

Each Moment Is Truly a New Beginning, Spr ’89: 42

Generosity, Aut ’12: 16–18

Integrity, Spr ’03: 56–59

The Self (poem), Spr–Sum ’91: 44

Something Missing (poem), Spr–Sum ’91: 44

Tears of the Hara (poem), Spr–Sum ’91: 44

Turning the Stream of Compassion Inwards, Spr ’02: 34–36

A World of Constant Change, Sum ’89: 38–39

Rev. Phoebe van Woerden

A Deeper Meaning, Aut ’10: 49–52

Digging for Water, Sum ’01: 48–52

Great Master Bodhidharma: The Two Ways of Training, Spr ’03: 10–18

The Pilgrimage of Life, Win ’03–’04: 28–32

Treat Yourself as You Would Others, Spr ’12: 21–24

We Have Offered Incense, Candles, Flowers and Fruit, Sum ’93: 35–37

Ven. Phra Acharn Maha Boowa Nyanasampann o

Excerpts from the Life of a Thai Monk, May–Jun ’79: 31–39

Staying in the Wilds, Jul–Aug ’80: 43–44

The Venerable Acharn and Animals, Jul–Aug ’80: 12–14

Piedmont, Ozmo

Dancing with the Stars, Aut ’08: 57–61

Piedmont. Ozmo

The Gift of Loving-Kindness, Win ’09–’10: 50–57

Pitman, Adrienne

Having a Monk to Stay, Sum ’00: 51–55

Towels, Toilet Rolls, and Shoes, Win ’01: 44–48

Very Quick Stir Fry (recipe), Sum ’01: 65–66

Potter, Richard

Epitaph, Aut ’10: 53–54

My Home Altar, Sum ’10: 37

Powers, David

Reading the Kyojukaimon, Mar–Apr ’82: 21–25

R

Rev. Raymond McGowan

Aspects of Protection, Sum ’98: 74–78

Maitreya Bodhisattva, Win ’02: 27–33

Some Thoughts on Karma and Trust, Sum ’02: 33–38

Reed, Jan

Being Cared For, Aut ’13: 33–36

Individualism and Connection, Aut ’12: 30–34

Opposites, Spr ’13: 26–30

Reflections on ‘Training with Physical Difficulties’; a Dharma talk, Spr ’09: 10–15

Retiring from Work, Spr ’11: 29–32

Rev. Renée Doak

But What Can I Offer?, Sum ’04: 23–24

Checking In, Aut ’02: 32–33

Rhodes, Susan

An Accessible Meditation Hall and the Sangha Treasure, Sum ’00: 32–36

How Not to Handle Becoming Disabled: How I Hurt Myself and Others by Clinging to My Own Preferences and Desires, Spr ’09: 1–9

Richards, Dave

Bendowa (Doing One’s Utmost to Practice the Way of the Buddhas, Sum ’07: 42–49

Richards, Karen

Changes, Win ’07–’08: 13–

A Layman’s Koan, Sum ’88: 23–26

The Prior’s Installation at Telford Abbey, Aut ’98: 57–59

The Sewing Basket: A Tale of Conversion, Aut ’98: 28–34

Rev. Rikuko Bayne

Carving the Buddha, May ’75: 26–28

Rev. Rikuko Pollack

Adequacy, Inadequacy, Dec ’74: 27–28

Rimerman, Ernie

Allowing Compassion to Enter, Spr ’99: 46–48

Rimerman, Ernie, Faith Broadbent, Colette Hestbeck, Steve Murray,

Letters and Tributes (re: Rev. Master Daizui), Aut ’03: 63–67

Rimmerman, Ernie

The Priory as a Place of Refuge, Sum ’09: 47–53

Robertshaw, Sally

Learning to Listen and Respond, Aut ’93: 33–38

The Sacred Sangha, Spr ’95: 32–35

Robinson, Iain

My Home Altar, Sum ’10: 46–52

Some Differences between Japanese and British Home Altars, Sum ’10: 46–52

Some Temples Associated with Great Master Dogen, Spr ’98: 16–21

Rev. Rokuzan Kroenke

An American Koan, Jan–Feb ’85: 34–36

Climbing a Mountain, Sep–Oct ’81: 10–12

Cultivating the Willingness to Train, Mar–Apr ’81: 44–47

Dealing with Doubt, Sep–Oct ’83: 17–22

Discomfort in Training, Win ’05–’06: 17–22

On Generosity, Win ’12: 1–4

Judgmentalism, May–Jun ’85: 20–23

Letting Go, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 41–45

Listening to Our Heart, Aug–Sep ’77: 38–41

The Practice of Preceptual Truth, Sep–Oct ’82: 40–46

Rev. Roland Watson

The Eighteen Arahants, Sum ’04: 41–59

Gentle Guardian of the Living Waters: A House Blessing Ceremony at Horse Camp on Mount Shasta, Aut ’97: 61–64

Rose, Eren

Letter re: Remembered infant pain, Spr ’88: 11

Ross, Jean

A Mountain Walk, Jan–Feb ’78: 15–17

Rothwell, Neil

The Life of the Emotions, Aut ’10: 47–48

Rowan, Mark

My Home Altar, Sum ’10: 44–45

Peeling an Onion, Win ’12: 30–32

Ruiz, Cathy

The Importance of Being Where You Are, Aut ’07: 48–50

Ryan, William

The Koan of Despair and Learning to Leap Backward off a Cliff, Aut–Win ’86: 103–106

Nothing Is Wasted, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 10–14

Rev. Ryuge Prince

Random Thoughts. Accept It and Like It., June ’73: 18–20

S

Rev. Saido Kennaway

Being Willing to Change, Jan–Feb ’82: 42–45

Classroom Use of Animals for Scientific Reasons, Jul–Aug ’80: 21–23

A Handful of Sand: A Pure Offering, Sum ’94: 32–33

The Mealtime Ceremony, May–Aug ’82: 26–30

Questions, Dec ’77: 19–20

Right Speech, Right Send, Spr ’13: 19–25

Sandokai, Aut ’10: 30–42

The Ships of Fame and the Ships of Gain, Nov–Dec ’79:45–46

Rev. Sansho Runyan

Chocolate Cream Pie (recipe), Aug–Sep ’77: 42–43

On Faith, Apr–May ’77: 20–23

The Illusion of Self, Mar–Apr ’85: 7–14

Knowing and Doing, Feb ’75: 23–25

Training, Jan–Feb ’82: 23–24

Rev. Sansho Runyan and Rev. Teigan Stevens

A Buddhist View of Giving, Jan–Feb ’81: 23–26

Saunders, Darren

The Striking of the Silent Gong, Spr ’00: 44–46

Schatz, Helmut

The Five Thoughts, Aut ’09: 43–47

Progress Not Perfection, Win ’97: 52–60

Rev. Scholastica Hicks

Election for Head of the Order and Monastic Sangha Family Gathering, September 2003, Win ’03–’04: 9–12

Finding Joy, Spr ’11: 13–28

Schumacher, E.F.

Buddhist Economics, from Small Is Beautiful, Oct ’76: 13–23

Scott, Sabira

Beauty in Motion, Spr–Sum ’91: 45–46

Dwelling on the Past; Fearing the Future, Aut ’97: 65–67

No Hurry; No Worry, Aut ’96: 20–22

“A Pinch of Salt to Season the Experience,” Sum ’93: 15–17

What If?, Spr ’94: 24–26

Rev. Seck Kim Seng

Lecture by Rev. Seck Kim Seng, Nov ’74: 15–23, Jan–Feb ’80: 5–9 (reprint)

Why Is the Promotion of Moral Education Necessary?, Spr ’00: 36–39

Rev. Seikai Luebke

The Altar of the Heart, Nov–Dec ’81: 34–36

Environmentalism and Buddhist Teaching, Mar–Apr ’84: 34–40

Growing a Buddhist Garden, May–Jun ’79: 44–46

Inadequacy, Pride, and Something Beyond Both, Win ’98: 52–60

Judgmental Thinking, Nov–Dec ’82: 22–27

Kshanti: The Practice of Patience, Spr ’13: 11–18

Living from the Heart, Nov–Dec ’80: 21–23

A Prayer from Meditation (poem), Sum ’94: 15

Prayer to the Cosmic Buddha, Jul–Aug ’83: 27–30

The Roots of Conflict, Win ’04–’05: 54–60

Row, Row, Row Your Boat…, Sum ’08: 49–54

On Striving, Nov–Dec ’78: 53–55

Struggles: To Have, to Hold, to Let Go, Sum ’09: 39–46

That Which Flows Within (poem), Aut–Win ’95: 44–45

Training with and Converting Despair, Spr ’02: 15–26

Rev. Seikai Luebke & OBC Sangha

Training With Depression: a Conversation, Sum ’12: 23–31

Seng Ts’an (Sosan)

Faith in Heart-and-Mind translated by Rev. Hakuun Barnhard, Sum ’13: 18–25

Senzaki, Nyogen

Like a snail I carry (poem), Nov–Dec ’76: 62

Rev. Serena Seidner

The Cloister Spider, Sum ’03: 56–64

Forgetting the Self, Spr ’99: 30–36

Training in the Gray World of Doubt and Despair, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 16–30

Sheard, Julie

Outlines, Spr ’03: 27–32

The Sheffield Meditation Group

An Intensive Lay-Practice Month, Spr ’12: 39–42

Sheldon, Michael

The Bottom Line, Sum ’03: 11–14

Neuroscience and Meditation, Aut ’13: 48–52

Master Shen-Yen Shih-fu

Selecting and Studying under a Master, Oct–Dec ’84: 11–15

Sherman, Carol

The Man Who Moved Animals (poem), Sum ’92: 10

Rev. Shiko Rom

Converting Anger, Win ’05–’06: 45–55

Fudo-Myo-o: The Iron Being Within, Mar–Apr ’84: 21–25, Win ’94: 29–32 (revised)

How to Take Care of Yourself, Jan–Feb ’82: 39–41

The Importance of Daily Meditation, Mar–Apr ’80: 31–32

It Is As It Should Be, May–Jun ’83: 17–21

The Kanzeon Garden, Mar–Apr ’85: 27–32

Kanzeon Writes Straight with Crooked Lines, Oct–Dec ’85: 6–9

Keeping the World in Perspective, Oct–Dec ’84: 29–35

The Koan Appears Naturally in Everyday Life, Mar–Apr ’81: 36–43

Learning to Trust Yourself, Jan–Feb ’79: 37–38

The Stem of the Lotus, May–Aug ’82: 14–19

Rev. Shinkaku Hunt

The City of Mudbugs, Mar–Apr ’81: 41–43

Rev. Shuyu Singer

Bowing to Grief, May ’72: 24–25

A Children’s Story, May ’73: 11–16

Discipline, Jun ’72: 16–18

Enlightenment within Delusion, Jun ’74: 8–10

The Triple Body of the Buddha, May–Jun ’79: 40–42

The Way the Precepts Telescope, Mar ’75: 38–41

Smith, Jenny

Shadow Drawings: Being Artist in Residence at Throssel Hole Buddhist Abbey, Sum ’13: 45–48

Rev. Sophia Avants

Nobility of Spirit, Aut–Win ’92: 22–26

Spark, Andrea

Endless Practice (poem), Aut ’96: 12

Personal Responsibility, Win ’93: 26–35

Squire, Kate

Buddha Nature Never Gives Up, Sum ’08: 45–48

St. André, Amélie

Gedanken nach Jukai-das Geben und Empfangen der Tugendregein (poem), Win ’00: 56–59

Thoughts after Jukai-Giving and Receiving the Buddhist Precepts (poem), Win ’00: 56–59

Stone, Susan

The Night After Rev. Master’s Death (poem), Aut ’97: 48

Stroup, Don

The Goi Koans of Tozan with Interpretations and Additions, Jul ’74: 27–29

Sturley, Anthony

Letter to the Editor: Mindfulness in Daily Life, with response, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 60–61

Rev. Suigetsu Turner

A Religious Tale, Oct ’73: 31–32

Ven. Sumangalo

Buddhist Stories for Young and Old

Four Scrolls, Aut ’93: 50–56

The Girl Who Lived inside the Earth, Sum ’93: 48–56

The Turtle in the Flood, Win ’93: 53–57

Rev. Oswin Hollenbeck, ed., with commentary

Buddhist Stories for Young and Old

Kwan Yin of the Horse’s Head, Win ’03–’04: 45–51

Ven. Sumangalo, Rev. Oswin Hollenbeck, ed., with commentary

Buddhist Stories for Young and Old

Kwan Yin of the Horse’s Head, Win ’03–’04: 45–51

Sutherland, Megan

Expectations: A Matter of Choice, Sum ’05: 31–34

Sykes, Betsy

How to Grow a Lotus Blossom: Literally, Spr ’98: 48–51

T

Taylor, Paul

Continuing Practice after a Retreat, Win ’11–’12: 21–31

Impressions of the Conclave 2000, Win ’00: 48

Lay Ministry Day in Harrogate-March 20th, Sum ’04: 36–37

Learning from Walking Meditation, Spr ’07: 41–47

Not Talking About Meditation as a Technique, Aut ’12: 4–11

Some Reflections on Meditation Groups as Sangha, Aut ’08: 27–38

On Taking Spiritual Responsibility, Sep–Oct ’83: 28–33

The Truth Enters into Us and We Enter the Truth, Spr ’05: 18–23

Rev. Teigan Stevens

A Bowl of Soup, Mar–Apr ’85: 33–37

Gratitude, Jul–Aug ’79: 52–54

To Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett: In Gratitude, Aut ’97: 16–19

The Last Refuge, May–Jun ’84: 28–30

Minding One’s Own Business, Jul–Sep ’85: 45–48

A Report on the Order’s Aging and Retirement Projects, Spr ’00: 48–55

Responsibility, Oct–Nov ’77: 22–24

A Time to Give, Nov.–Dec ’80: 45–47

Rev. Teigan Stevens and Rev. Sansho Runyan

A Buddhist View of Giving, Jan–Feb ’81: 23–26

Rev. Teijo Stimac

“…As Transient As Dew on the Grass,” Aut ’01: 37–39

Dealing with Residual Guilt, Nov–Dec ’81: 22–24

Growing Our Training, Jun–Jul ’77: 31–33

The Real Treasure, Nov–Dec ’79: 37–39

Right beneath Our Feet, Win ’03–’04: 38–39

The Wheelwright, Jul–Sep ’85: 42–44

Tenney, Scott

Expect Nothing, Spr ’93: 73–74

Flowers and Fruit Grow Wherever They Are Planted, Win ’07–’08: 50–53

Thomas, Bob

The Black Circle, Jul ’74: 14–16

Rev. Toichi Yoshioka, Roshi

What Are the Effects of Zazen?, Mar–Apr ’79: 10–12

Trent, Roy B.

Burning Your Bridges behind You, Win–Spr ’06–’07: 12–15

Turner, Chris

Bhaisajyaguru and the Ministeracres Retreat, Sum ’12: 1–9

U

Upton, Lee

Moments of Clarity, Win ’07–’08: 47–49

V

Verhagen, Arjen

Making Banners for Celebrations, Spr ’04: 29–36

Rev. Veronica Snedaker

Know, Therefore, What All Good Is…, Spr ’09: 16–28

Rev. Vivian Gruenenfelder

Prajnaparamita: Mother of All the Buddhas, Sum ’08: 27–44

Trust and the Heart, Win ’03–’04: 52–66

Two Years of Anger, Spr ’01: 51–63

Unbound and Unlimited: Life Beyond Inadequacy, Win ’11–’12: 60–66

W

Weichert, Hans-Jurgen

Hunting and the Rights of Animals, Jul–Aug ’80: 34–37

Wertheimer, Don

Going On, Aut–Win ’95: 63–65

Loving-kindness and the Third Position, Aut ’90: 21–24

Marriage, Partnerships, and Beyond, Aut–Win ’99: 64–67

No One to Blame, Win ’97: 44–45

Wertheimer, Margie

To My Master upon Her Death (poem), Win ’97: 6

This Fundamental Shrine of My Being, Aut ’96: 13–15

Whiteside, Sarah

Storytelling, Spr ’13: 41–43

Rev. Wilfrid Powell

From the Ground Up, Aut ’02: 17–26

Putting Dogen on the Map, Aut ’07: 12–38

“Rejoice,” Aut ’03: 68–73

Rev. Winola Fulcher

Naked and Unashamed, Sum ’05: 20–21

Three Poems, Spr ’08: 37

Y

Yeager, Day

Three Journal Entries: February 17-22, Aut–Win ’92: 98–100

Z

Zacher, Ted

One Layperson’s Path, May–Jul ’78: 4–11

Rev. Zenkei Hartman

in Congratulatory Addresses from the Five Celebrants (at Rev. Master Jiyu-Kennett’s Stupa Dedication), Win ’00: 29–31

Rev. Zensho Roberson

The Buddhist Tradition of Wesak, Spr ’99: 16–19

Contemplation on Contrition, Forgiveness and Ceaseless Practice, Sum ’94: 8–1 4

Cultivating Little Seeds, Spr ’99: 20–29

Doing What Needs to Be Done, Sum ’90: 46

Don’t Be Afraid to Ask for Help, Aut ’89: 47–49

Ease (poem), Spr ’00: 23

The Eternal Refuge, Jan–Feb ’85: 37–42

Four Characteristics of Training in Compassion, Spr ’02: 11–14

On Giving and Acceptance, Aut ’90: 48–50

Half a Glass of Water, Sum ’89: 36–37

Merit and the Transfer of Merit, Oct–Dec ’85: 30–38

Nine Bows (poem), Aut–Win ’92: 21

The Practice of Obedience, Aut ’88: 47–49

A Reflection on the Practice of Patience, Aut–Win ’86: 67–69

A Respectful Conversation with Myself, Aut ’90: 46–47

Rest, Spr ’89: 39–41

Restlessness, May–Jun ’79: 47–48

The Six Worlds, The Ten Worlds, and the Innvocation of the Sweet Grass Scripture, Win ’11–’12: 43–54

Some Practical Suggestions on Seeking Pastoral Counseling, Spr ’90: 52–54

Some Reflections on the Term ‘Fame and Gain,’ Win ’89: 50–52

Taking Training Deeper: A Distinction between Religious Practice and Asceticism, Mar–Apr ’84: 41–46

The Temple amidst the Mountains, Spr–Sum–Aut–Win ’87: 54–55

Training in the World As If in the Monastery, Win ’88: 32–35

Training within the Law of the Land, Aut ’88: 44–46

The Value of Shortcomings, May–Jun ’85: 24–26

The Weeder and the Dandelion, Spr–Sum ’91: 38–43

What Is Faith? (poem), Sum ’88: 39

The Windbell, Sum ’05: 35–41

Rev. Zensho Roberson, Rev. Daizui MacPhillamy, Rev. Hubert Nearman

Yume: Visionary Experiences in the Lives of Great Masters Dogen and Keizan, Sum ’97: 63–77

Rev. Zuiko Swann

Training as a Wife and Mother, Apr ’75: 17–18

Rev. Zuiko Swann and Rev. Chosei Swann

Training Ourselves to Help Children Train, May–Jul ’78: 73–76

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