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Now playing at Ken Wilber's Integral Naked website: http://www.integralnaked.org is an interview/dialogue with one of Shambhala's authors.
Genpo Roshi, an American dharma successor to the great Zen Master Maezumi Roshi, is Shambhala's author of The Path of the
Human Being, Zen Teachings on the Bodhisattva Way (http://www.shambhala.com/html/catalog/items/ISBN/1-57062-948-X.cfm) and the Eye Never Sleeps, Striking to the Heart of Zen (http://www.shambhala.com/html/catalog/items/ISBN/0-87773-569-7.cfm) .
For over a decade Genpo Roshi has been experimenting with ways to accelerate spiritual growth and development by combining the best of Zen with some of the best of western psychotherapeutic practices.
One of the more amazing results is an experiential exercise, based on dialogue work, that produces a satori-like realization in about a half hour. Sounds ridiculously over-hyped?
Well Genpo visited the Denver loft of Integral Institute and gave a demonstration to a small group (including Ken Wilber, David Deida, and 2 IN staff members). Also present was John Kesler, a founding member of I-I and senior student of Genpo’s in the Big Mind training work.
The dialogue process presented on the IN website is an experiment of presenting leading-edge spiritual teachers giving actual
instructions and practices to students, recorded live and very much as they actually unfolded.
As such, one has to put oneself in an open frame of mind, imagine being present, and let the teaching unfold in oneself. Don't worry if you can't hear the other participants' questions or answers. In virtually all cases, Genpo repeats the important points, and you can hear him clearly.
In essence, the exercise is as follows: Genpo will ask the participants (including you) if he can speak to a series of "personalities" in their psyche or awareness. These personalities include the controller, the damaged self, the fixer, and the seeking mind. At some point, he will ask to speak to your Big Mind. Because nondual, ever-present Big Mind is indeed ever-present, if you have
listened along with an open attitude, the very nature of your own Big Mind will stand forth in a very obvious, very simple fashion.
Genpo will then lead you on a tour of your own nondual awareness, including not only Big Mind but Big Heart. He will conclude by calling forth an even higher -- some would say ultimate -- state of being, which Genpo calls the "integrated free-functioning mind." This integrated consciousness is even "bigger" than Big Mind, because it integrates Big Mind and small mind in a freely unctioning wholeness that neither alone can accomplish.