How to Practice: Stepping in the Dark with a Koan – by Rachel Boughton

Article in Lion’s Roar: Koans will teach you how to practice and they will be a gate into the never-boring world of everything you don’t already know. 

Sickness & Medicine- A Dharma talk with Rachel Boughton

Sickness & Medicine  A Dharma talk with Rachel Boughton Recorded at SRCZC, May 18th, 2018

A Goose in a Bottle – Audio recording from Rachel Boughton

Can I make it not happen if I do it right? Can I be smarter than the woman? But most of all, what’s the solution here?

The Simplest Meditation Instructions Ever – Audio recording with Rachel Boughton

Pay attention to what is inside or outside, whatever grabs your attention

FREE PZI Dharma Talks, streamed on YouTube

‘To everyone who makes the streamed talks by John and Rachel possible, I want to say Thank You. Living in Toronto, I [can feel] pretty isolated in my practice, and I envy those of you who have a group to meet with regularly.’

2/25 7pm – Who Am I? with Rachel Boughton

LIVE streamed – The most basic koan is the koan, “Who am I?” It’s a relative of “What’s this?” and “Who hears?” You’re trying to find the self, you, by losing the self.

The Hands & Eyes of Great Mercy – A video talk by John Tarrant

All the little moments of seeing into life, the gifts that come to us when we were not looking, they are the touches of mercy. It is a good thing to note them and appreciate them and accept the blessing.

The Hands and Eyes of Great Mercy in the New Year -Meditation & Talk John Tarrant Live Streamed

Monday 1/7, 7-9pm -All the little moments of seeing into life, the gifts that come to us when we were not looking, they are the touches of mercy.

The Curiosity Shop with Rachel Boughton

Rachel Boughton- On darkness light and attentiveness with a koan

Koans & The Practice of Little Things – with Rachel Boughton & David Weinstein

a Youtube Dharma talk from Summer 2018 sesshin at St. Clare’s.