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REINVENTA, MODIFICA, ALTERA, INTERRUMPE, REDISEÑA, MEJORA, TRANSGREDE, DESPUNTA

Disrupt Everything Podcast Series ha sido construido para cambiar y mejorar todo lo que te propongas. Es una guía para vivir en un estado permanente de reinvención. Un proyecto diseñado para facilitar las claves, estrategias, técnicas, habilidades, rituales, nuevos fundamentos, procesos, sistemas o trucos que te ayuden a reinventarte a ti mismo, y todo lo demás. La meta final de este podcast es: incomodarte, educarte, molestarte, lanzarte, liderarte, desarrollarte, optimizarte, mentorizarte, potenciarte, propulsarte, elegirte y reinventarte. Vamos a ello.

        

Jul 15, 2020

"What I'm doing right now?" - Dae Bong Sunim, Zen Master.

This is the first interview (in English) that I do with a teacher of this height. His name, as stated above, is Zen Master Dae Bong Sunim. This podcast is about how practising Zen is an excellent tool for alleviating human suffering through practical and actionable wisdom. And also a resource for compassion, abundance, and peace of mind and spirit. We also cover learnings, anecdotes, stories, proverbs, examples and personal moments related to what matters today in the world we live in.

"Everything is originally empty"

Zen Master Dae Bong Sunim - Interview Isra Garcia

"Zen tries to focus on wisdom" - Dae Bong Sunim.

Topics we cover (and index)

  1. Timeline with life highlights.
  2. The life of (becoming) a Zen master.
  3. Zen and the middle way.
  4. The "don't know" mind.
  5. Zen Master Seung Sahn.
  6. Any path is the path.
  7. Originally empty.
  8. The illusion of "I" and the divided mind.
  9. Studying oneself for forgetting oneself.
  10. On eliminating suffering and desire.
  11. Stillness and meditation practice - good for nothing?
  12. Attachment-detachment-detach.
  13. Reaching Buddha-nature.
  14. How to lead a better life.
  15. Stories, anecdotes and key learnings from a Zen master.
  16. A personal recommendation.
  17. Rapid-fire questions.

"If you see suffering, you are also suffering" - Zen Master Dae Bong Sunim.