In This Episode, We Discuss How to Find and Follow a Healing Path
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- The importance of being with and opening up to pain to find healing
- Why working with a spiritual teacher can be an important part of a healing path
- How awakening experiences are doorways we must walk through to find spiritual growth
- The value of community in a spiritual journey
- How to discover the deep experience of life’s ordinary moments
- What Zen and poetry have in common
- What it means to come home to and discover a deeper part of ourselves
Henry Shukman is a poet, writer, and Associate Zen Master who lives in New Mexico where he teaches at Mountain Cloud Zen Center. He has published eight books to date of fiction, poetry, and non-fiction. He writes regularly for Tricycle, The New York Times, and other publications. In this episode, Eric and Henry discuss his beautifully written book, One Blade of Grass: Finding the Old Road of the Heart, a Zen Memoir.
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