Doshin joins to to discuss what Zen is, koans, the bodymind link, Zen’s role in World War 2, postmodernism, what “feeling” means, Jonathon Haidt, the “moral matrix”, value sets, guilt be shame, self loathing, the victim triangle, protest culture, NonViolent Communication, skilful inflexibility, zen privilege, humour, how The West has improved Zen, shadow work, archetypes, Jordan Peterson, feminine violence, troublemakers and revolutionaries. A wild ride. 

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