An unconventional Zen Master’s uncensored story

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Chuck Genkaku Johnzen Roshi is becoming the number-one spokesman for the western Zen experience. Now he tells the uncensored version of his adventures with the world’s most notorious Buddhist organization, The outlaw 1% Sanghaa wild bunch of outlaws and wayward monks searching for satori while riding the roads of the American Southwest. Read more about his acclaimed memoirs here.


6 thoughts on “An unconventional Zen Master’s uncensored story

  1. By the way, thank you for saying here on your site what needs to be said. Seriously.

    A question: is riding a Harley more Buddhist, or will a rice burner do? I mean, as the Japanese practically invented Zen, it seems I should ride a Honda, but the Harley seems so much more Dharmic and expensive and chromed-out, and I heard favors them.

  2. Let me quote Genkaku himself: “The Japs are pretty good at this Zen thing, but their bikes suck big time. Besides, I’m an American Zen Master, so I don’t wear any funny robes or eat my burgers from a fucking bowl, with chopsticks. And I ride an American bike. Simple as that.”

    • Your reply just gave me a kensho experience. Or, that chorizo burrito I had for breakfast is coming back up. Either way, gassho, Tutteji-san Sensei.

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  3. Pingback: Adam Tebbe Interviews Chuck Genkaku Johnzen Roshi | tuttejiorg

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