Reflections on the Prajna Paramita Sutra

Given by Suzuki Roshi at Tassajara on Thursday, August 24, 1967 -- (C)
About this talk
Thursday, August 24, 1967 Tassajara Introduction and end note from the Wind Bell During the seven day sesshin that ended Tassajara's first two month training period, Suzuki Roshi gave lectures almost every mid-day and evening on the Prajna Paramita Sutra, which focuses on the idea that ‘Form is emptiness; emptiness is form. All things which are form are emptiness; all things which are emptiness are form.’ This lecture and the discussion which followed it between the Roshi and the students took place on Thursday, August 24th.
Naming this 67-08-24C (the date attributed by the Wind Bell) with another lecture and a shosan ceremony for that date already. That's possible - it was at the end of a sesshin. Edited for the Wind Bell probably by Richard Baker. – dc (1-08-12) Scanned from Wind Bell by David Chadwick on Jim Richardson’s scanner. No other version available. Entered onto disc by Edgar Arnold, proofed by Ray Watkins. - January 2012. Scanning glitches fixed 2-08-15 by DC. *** File name: 67-08-24C: Reflections on the Prajna Paramita Sutra (titled by pf) (Not Verbatim)