kinhin instruction

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from Wind Bell, Included with October 1965 Sesshin Lectures in Wind Bell Vol. 4 No. 7.

Suzuki, Roshi, continued the morning instruction by explaining the importance and way of practice of walking-meditation (kinhin) and standing-meditation. Because Suzuki, Roshi, was walking around the Zendo during his explanation, the tape recorder did not pick up his words. Briefly: hands are held, right hand around left fist, at waist level, but a little out from the body and arms a little away from the sides; breathing is fairly slow and deep, stepping forward on the exhale, and preparing to lift back ... Read Transcript (this version is updated and corrected at times. Any other transcripts below are not).

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