Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche the Chronicles Project - the archive and oral history of all things Trungpa
1-05-12 - Introduction to The Teacup and the Skullcap: Chögyam Trungpa on Zen and Tantra by David Schneider - which draws on Trungpa's relationship with Shunryu Suzuki, Kobun Chino, Edo Tai Shimano, and Bill Kwong.
Stole this mini bio of Trungpa from the home page of the Chronicles Project.
Trungpa on Suzuki from Born in Tibet
Read Trungpa on Suzuki at the Chronicles of CTR site with photos and an interview with Richard and Alice Haspray
Trungpa in Crooked Cucumber
Trungpa Vices in Crooked Cucumber Errata
Laura Kwong on Trungpa and Suzuki
Henry Schaeffer on Suzuki and Trungpa
Solitary Rock calligraphy by Trungpa
10-24-12 - MK noticed in the Trungpa Rinpoche lecture on Zen linked to on October 2nd that Trungpa said Zen was like a Heath Robinson Pancake Machine. Here's a Heath Robinson page with the pancake machine being three down and 4th down the OK Go video for "This too shall pass." - thanks Michael Katz
10-04-13 - Seems to be true but memories morph and myths are made.
SR and CTR both said:
Just do it
SR = Suzuki Roshi,
CTR = Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche
Sam Bercholz is the founder of Shambhala Publications (publisher of two of my books). I remember buying books from him in the sixties at his little hole-in-the-wall store on Telegraph Avenue in Berkeley. Sam and I were talking about mysterious events surrounding the death of Alan Watts and he told me that Trungpa was with Alan earlier that evening. He said that Trungpa loved Alan Watts' books and thought he must be enlightened - until he met him - though that didn't diminish Trungpa's respect for Watts and his work. Sam said he went to Sokoji and heard Shunryu Suzuki speak, liked Suzuki but was turned off by some people or maybe some person and didn't go back. He went on to become a close disciple of Chogyam Trungpa. - dc
There are many other mentions of Trungpa on cuke.com. Just go to the home page and use the site search feature.
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