D. T. Suzuki is credited with bringing Zen to America. Through books, articles, and teaching, Suzuki helped make Zen instruction widely accessible in North America.
Articles for Past Teachers
Yogi Bhajan: Next to God, tonight we are going to discuss the woman.
Maulana Jalaluddin Rumi was a Persian poet, an Islamic dervish and a Sufi mystic.
Compiled by a Monk of the Ramakrishna Order: Sri Sarada Devi (1853-1920) is affectionately called “Holy Mother” by millions of people around the world.
by: Mahatma Gandhi: We constantly pronounce judgments upon the value of actions. Some actions satisfy us and others do not.
by Alan Watts: It is as difficult for Anglo-Saxons as for the Japanese to absorb anything quite so Chinese as Zen.
by Mary Baker Eddy: Mortal existence is an enigma. Every day is a mystery. The testimony of the corporeal senses cannot inform us what is real and what is delusive,
Abraham Maslow developed the Hierarchy of Needs model in 1940-50s USA, and the Hierarchy of Needs theory remains valid today for understanding human motivation,
by David Kessler: Ten years ago this month, Elisabeth Kübler-Ross died. She was the world’s foremost expert on death and grief, yet she was the most alive person I’ve ever met.
Mahatma Gandhi’s speech at the London Vegetarian Society on 20th November, 1931.