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Zenju Earthlyn Manuel & Kaishin Unique Holland: The Deepest Peace: Contemplations From a Season of Stillness
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(Barre Center for Buddhist Studies) This talk is a meditation, reading, and conversation between Zenju Sensei and Kaishin Unique Holland, Zen practitioner and educator, on Sensei’s latest publication, The Deepest Peace: Contemplations From a Season of Stillness (Parallax Press). Deep peace is possible. Do we resist peace for fear of passivity? Please join us as Zenju Sensei shares her reflections on the possibility of inner peace despite the chaos that surrounds us. “There is a peace that appears without effort. Like the desert filling up your eyes. It appears like snow, wind or rain. The simple willingness to be close to the earth will open ground for the deepest peace. It arrives on its own if we let it.”- from The Deepest Peace