Deep Streams Zen Institute
New From Joseph Bobrow
The book, A True Person of No Rank, written by Joseph Bobrow and published by The Sumeru Press, is is an expansion to Joseph's integrative approach to include four interweaving dimensions:
• practice, insight & social action
• awakening & embodiment
• conscious awareness & unconscious emotional intelligence
The book explores not just the encounter of Buddhism with our emotional experience—emotional intelligence—but with what the author names unconscious emotional intelligence. This encounter includes the residues of trauma, that if unacknowledged and unintegrated, can compromise practice and the social engagement that flows naturally from it.
Zen Practice with Joseph Bobrow
Regular zazen — We meet weekly via Zoom on Mondays at 6:20 pm. We invite you to join us. Newcomers and old hands alike are welcome. Instruction is provided. (In terms of site, we only meet via zoom now; and will for the foreseeable future.)
For more information about weekly meetings
Please email: [email protected]
"Please read this book. Joseph Bobrow is a true meditation teacher who walks his talk and enjoys his practice."
—Thich Nhat Hanh
"Bobrow’svoice from the Zen teaching seat is clear, compassionate, encouraging, deep, yet modest. Those adjectives apply to the book in its entirety.”
—Foreword by Norman Fischer
For more information about Joseph's writings click here.
New Podcast - Lotus in the Fire
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Walking The Path
A core delusion is that we are isolates, disconnected from others and the world, separable from the fabric of life. As we walk the path of Zen together, we discover that each of us is awakened from the beginning and we are connected to all beings in a vast living web. As a friend puts it, "Isolation Kills, Community Heals."