Monthly Archives: July 2013

Neil Soten Theise gives his first dharma talk! A Shuso is a student chosen by a Zen teacher to lead a sangha during Ango, a three month period of intensive practice. The period closes with the Shusso Hossen ceremony, a … Continue reading

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Talk #4 from Upaya Zen Center – Zen Brain 2009 As they describe on their posting: Dr. Theise explains how complexity theory has provided a new approach for understanding complex biological processes, and how these processes have intriguing relationships to … Continue reading

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Talk #3 from Upaya Zen Center – Zen Brain 2008 As they describe on their posting: Dr. Theise answers questions and discusses several topics including hypotheses regarding acupuncture and the seven chakra points, and how yogic practices may influence cellular … Continue reading

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Talk #2 from Upaya Zen Center – Zen Brain 2008 As they describe on their posting: Roshi Joan (Halifax, Abbot, Upaya Zen Center) opens this session with a discussion of what we don’t know, the quest for good questions to … Continue reading

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Talk #1 from Upaya Zen Center – Zen Brain 2008 As they describe on their posting: Dr. Theise discusses his years of stem cell research, beginning with the human liver, expanding to stem cells of all tissues. He then takes … Continue reading

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Sentience Everywhere: Complexity, Panpsychism and the Role of Sentience in Self Organization of the Universe

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