Anger

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Uprooting the Seeds of Anger with Jules Shuzen Harris

Jules Shuzen Harris, Sensei is the author of the article “Uprooting the Seeds of Anger” in the Summer 2012 issue of Tricycle. A dharma heir of Roshi Pat Enkyo O’Hara, Shuzen is a priest in the Soto Zen tradition, a member of the White Plum Asangha, the Zen Peacemakers Order, and the American Zen Teachers […]

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Guest Post: Judging the Universe

Today we have a guest post from Leonard Scheff, co-author with Susan Edmiston of the book The Cow in the Parking Lot: A Zen Approach to Overcoming Anger. Read about his views on dealing with anger and then let us know: What do you think of the assertion that “being angry at an event is […]

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Guest Post: Is Anger Ever Justified?

The following guest post comes to us courtesy of author Susan Edmiston. When I recently came across the formulation of the Ninth Precept as “Not Being Angry,” I was puzzled. As a longtime Soto Zen practitioner and co-author of a book on anger, I had always been familiar with the precept as, “A disciple of […]

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