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MF 004 Hal Rowe Zen Meditation Student Interview
Sicco Rood interviews meditation teachers of various wisdom traditions
Jan 18 2015
Hal Rowe is currently a student of Zen Buddhism. He serves environmental causes, loves the outdoors, poetry, and describes his path into a Zen practice through reading Alan Watts as a late teen.
He was influenced by Daoism and its appreciation of nature, Chinese philosophy, Tibetan Buddhism, and Zen Buddhism.
In this interview, Hal talks about how he started meditating, then got more consistent over time. He describes how he gets inspired.
He describes how his practice and understanding of being interconnected influences and informs how he consumes, how he deals with cravings, greed, and anger.
Hal then reads a few poems from the poet Cold Mountain.
He also talks about his environmental activism, and the interesting way he brought together and highlights how the two sides, of environmentalists and loggers have a lot in common.
He currently practices with the Zen Center of Spokane.
Lives in the Anza Borrego desert.Click here to see the full author's profile
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