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The Age of Anxiety

There are many reasons to be anxious, some valid and some not. All of them can be ameliorated.

Zen Buddhism is known for being calming, helping people to suffer less and to be happier. The techniques that have been used for thousands of years can be used by you to learn to work with your anxiety. 

In this series, Zen monk Eric Daishin McCabe discusses and leads several techniques that, with practice, have proven helpful for managing anxiety.

Every month, Ven. Daishin will add new practices. Students can either purchase lifetime access to this one series, or can join as members at a much lower cost and access to a full range of services.


Zen Monk

Eric Daishin McCabe

Venerable Eric Daishin McCabe is a priest in the Soto Zen school of Buddhism. With a keen interest in Ecology and the World’s Faith traditions, he received his B.A. in Religion and Biology at Bucknell University in 1995. His early mentors were Prof. John Grim and Mary Evelyn Tucker with whom he studied Interfaith Dialogue with a special interest in Indigenous lifeways. He subsequently apprenticed with Patricia Dai-En Bennage Roshi of Mount Equity Zendo for 15 years. During this time, he trained at several Soto Zen Monasteries in Japan as well as in France with the Venerable Thich Nhat Hanh. In 2013, he continued training in the art of spiritual direction and Chaplaincy at Wellspan Hospital in Pennsylvania. He is recognized as an International Zen Teacher (Kokusaifukyoshi) by the Soto Shu.

Course curriculum

  • 3

    Practice 1: Three Types of Breath Meditation

    • Three Types of Breath Meditation

  • 4

    Practice 2: Sound Meditation

    • Sound Meditation

  • 5

    Practice 3: Body Meditation

    • Intro to Body Meditation

    • Body Meditation

  • 6

    Practice 4: The Six Elements

    • Introduction to the Six Elements Practice

    • Six Elements Meditation

  • 7

    Practice 5: Web of Life

    • Introduction to the Web of Life Practice

    • Web of Life Meditation

    • Resources

  • 8

    Blooming of a Lotus - Guided Meditations Based in the Work of Ven. Thich Nhat Hanh

    • Guided Meditation on Senses and their objects.

    • Copy of Mindfulness of Breath, Body, Feelings, and Environment

    • Copy of Deepening our Understandings of our Parents

    • Working with Feelings

    • Mountain Solid, Flower Fresh

    • Taking Refuge in the Self

  • 9

    Avatamsaka Meditations

    • Qualities of a Bodhisattva