I believe in the power of balance between man and nature based on our accountability to the world we live in. My focus on ancient paths of Zen and Tao combined with my business knowledge brings old and new wisdom together for desired harmony.

The Earth is an abundant planet, prosperous with its 7 seas. We are here to enjoy the marvellous wonders of the world. I believe this brings with it the role of stewardship and personal accountability.

My mission, and the purpose of all my activities is to contribute to Earth’s revival.
PODCAST: Standing on the shoulders of your teachers - Jeroen van Deutekom
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PODCAST: Standing on the shoulders of your teachers

There are countless texts from old and new Zen teachers. Some texts are easier to understand than others. What can these texts teach us, and what do these teachers mean? Me, and Martin Pol share what these texts mean to us. Bas Gemmink explains why Shunryu Suzuki inspires him.

The teachers of Zentrum thought it would be fun to record podcasts about Zen with the interesting theme ‘Zentrum Breaks the Silence’.

We recorded a few new episodes last month (in Dutch).

“Everything is teaching you something. It never ends. Hopeless!”

Can I tempt you to spend about 25 minutes listening? I highly recommend the other episodes of this podcast series as well, and more will follow.