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ONE BODY, ONE HEART : When death suddenly becomes real
It can come at any time – a life threatening diagnosis that suddenly makes death real. As he confronts cancer of the pancreas, Bob Gunn draws upon his experience and practice as a psychotherapist, a Christian minister and a Zen priest to illuminate a way through that perilous terrain where fear and uncertainty would prevent us from living fully and joyfully in each moment.
Features an intimate dialog between Bob and Zen Master Roshi Pat O’Hara that offers comfort, support, and indispensible guidance for all who are now (or one day will be) facing the difficulties of “old age, sickness and death.”
Robert Kaku Gunn serves as pastor of the Community Church of Syosset, NY and as a Zen Priest at the Village Zendo in New York City. He is on the faculty of New York Theological Seminary, teaches at Union Theological Seminary, and is author of Journeys Into Emptiness: Dogen, Merton, Jung and the Quest for Transformation.
“A powerful and inspiring video, about the braiding of faith traditions, and great open heart of practice……… ”
— Joan Halifax Roshi (Upaya Zen Center)
Screenshots from One Body, One Heart