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Natalie Goldberg on zen buddhism

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Wild Mind: Living the Writer’s Life

Wild Mind is for everyone who writes or wants to write. Natalie Goldberg teaches a Zen-like method that will take you straight to the source of creative power, to the mind that is ‘raw, full of energy, alive and hungry.

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Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within

With insight, humor, and practicality, Natalie Goldberg inspires writers and would-be writers to take the leap into writing skillfully and creatively.

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Dharma Talk at Upaya Zen Center with Natalie Goldberg

Natalie Goldberg speaks on the practice of writing.

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Let the Whole Thundering World Come Home: A Memoir

When longtime Zen practitioner and world-renowned writing teacher Natalie Goldberg learns that she has a life-threatening illness, she is plunged into the challenging realm of hospitals, physicians, unfamiliar medical treatments, and the intense reality of her own impermanence.

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Old Age Is Not Guaranteed

Zen training talks a lot about death. But one practitioner found that it doesn’t necessarily prepare you to face your own.

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The Great Spring: Writing, Zen, and this Zigzag Life

Here, Natalie Goldberg, “a writer both energized and enlightened” (Julia Cameron), shares those vivid moments that have wakened her to new ways of being.

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Zen Mind, Writer’s Mind

Natalie Goldberg’s classic Writing Down the Bones introduced writing as a spiritual practice. She discusses Zen and the writer’s practice with author and Buddhist teacher Steve Hagen, moderated by Scott Edelstein.

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Thunder and Lightning: Cracking Open the Writer’s Craft

You’ve filled your notebooks, done your writing practice, discovered your original voice.

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The Great Failure: A Bartender, a Monk, and My Unlikely Path to Truth

What was I doing standing up in front of everyone anyway? ... They had signed up for this lovely New Age weekend down in Florida—what was going on with this Natalie Goldberg? I knew only a handful had read any of my books.

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Long Quiet Highway: Waking Up in America

The author of Writing Down the Bones recounts her journey awakening from the profound sleep of a suburban childhood, describing her fifteen years as a student of Zen Buddhism, her writing, and resistance to change.

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