The retreat teachers will be guiding Wisdom Rising participants through a curriculum that is based on the embodiment of feminine wisdom in body, speech, mind, and society.
Rev. angel Kyodo Williams shares how she coped with her grief after she started reading and understand zen tradition.
ego-mind is a construct that constantly reinforces itself, building structures & systems of control, and develops attitudes.–written as a comment in response to a white Buddhist practitioner’s inquiry about knowing when racism is present –aKw
Rev. angel Kyodo Williams came to St. Francis College on November 12, 2015, to talk about Zen Buddhism.
Rev. Williams is an ordained Zen priest and author of Being Black: Zen and the Art of Living with Fearlessness and Grace (Viking Press, 2000). Williams is the Spiritual Director of the meditation-based new dharma Community and founder of the Center for Transformative Change in Berkeley, California
angel Kyodo Williams, activist, and Zen Sensei leads an engaging dialogue on race, Buddhism, and social change with the New York City Buddhist community. Part two of a two-part podcast.
Angel Kyodo Williams, activist, and Zen Sensei lead an engaging dialogue on race, Buddhism, and social change with the New York City Shambhala Buddhist community. Part one of a two-part podcast.
Rev. angel Kyodo williams is an ordained Zen Buddhist priest, spiritual maverick, author, activist, and founder of CXC (Center for Transformative Change), in Berkeley, California, which is dedicated to “changing […]
Right. We live the result. And that’s very challenging for us because we’re so conditioned to misunderstand what the result is. If I go to bed each night with a sense of having appropriately used myself, then I’ve accomplished my goal for the day. And then there’s a new day and I get to apply myself anew, over and over again.
Rev. angel visits a sangha from the Mindfulness Community of Thich Nhat Hanh’s tradition as they grapple with what diversity and inclusion look like in the face of a long history of white-led sanghas in the west.
Join Rev. angel Kyodo Williams in this provocative exploration of what lineage can oﬀer us and what it takes away. Join Rev. angel Kyodo Williams in this provocative exploration of what lineage can oﬀer us and what it takes away. She has been graced with the honor of soon becoming only the second Black woman recognized as a teacher in the Zen tradition. Lineage—its keeping and its transcending—is on her mind.