Shunryu Suzuki Lectures
This cuke Suzuki lecture section was quite active years ago. It remains as an ongoing history of posts on the subject, work on the lecture archive, and on particular areas of interest but almost all our efforts now go to shunryusuzuki.com - see next below
shunryusuzuki.com has all the lectures verbatim, edited, audio and enhanced audio, video, photos, three methods of searching through the lectures using various criteria.
The new (late 2019) SFZC Engage Wisdom presentation of Suzuki lecturesSuzuki Roshi dot SFZC dot org/dharma-talks: - with photos and other supporting material - the older SFZC presentation of Suzuki lectures.
All Shunryu Suzuki lectures, lecture notes, and comments from the SFZC's Wind Bell publication scanned and presented here as PDF images with OCR (optical character recognition) along with links to PDFs of the complete Wind Bells.
Shunryu Suzuki Lectures on the Berkeley Zen Center web site
Sandokai - Suzuki lectures on plus more
ZMBM.net - a cuke site for Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind
ZMBM - cuke home page for the famous book
Beginner's Mind lecture - oldest known version
Beginner's Mind original manuscript for the book ZMBM
Here is a chart for the lectures that went into Zen Mind Beginner's Mind in various versions of light edits.
A newly discovered late draft for ZMBM named Beginner's Mind with handwritten notes and a new lecture for the archive. - posted 4-13-15
Shunryu Suzuki quotes and excerpts from lectures and memories. Related links and material moved from Lecture page to Quote and Excerpt page 9-06-14
Shunryu on Shunryu - from interviews and lectures
Work in Progress and Recent Work done with Shunryu Suzuki lectures since 2012
Documents relating to Shunryu Suzuki Lectures - added 10-30-14
The earliest apparently verbatim lectures from Los Altos - no tape but obviously transcribed as he said it. From these lectures came Zen Mind, Beginner's Mind.
Chart with info on Lectures - 2014
Shunryu Suzuki known notes on his lectures from December 1961 through 1962. From the earliest Windbells.
Bread, one of Shunryu Suzuki's earliest recorded lectures at the Haiku Zendo in Los Altos.
THE TRIKĀYA - Edited from six Lotus Sutra Lectures. Scanned from Wind Bell .
Shunryu Suzuki Dharma Talks are licensed by the SFZC under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.
Footnotes not in some versions of transcripts.