Sitting + Sound + Tea Meditation: Zen Master Ven Guo Yuan @ Columbia University
sam. 20 octobre à 20:00
Dear Dharma Drink Friends, We have an amazing opportunity to learn from a very highly practiced Zen/Chan monastic, Venerable Guo Yuan. If any of you have come to any of our classes before with Ven. Guo Xing (Ven. Guo Yuan’s school brother at Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association), you know this will be an invaluable opportunity. Guided Sitting Meditation & Tea Meditation:
- Venerable Guo Yuan Abbot, Dharma Drum Retreat Center, Pine Bush, NY
introduction of basic Chan/Zen concepts
meditation on listening to sound
tea meditation Venerable Guo Yuan is one of the highest level practitioner in the Dharma Drum Mountain (Zen/Chan) Lineage. Dharma Drum Mountain Buddhist Association is an international Zen or Chan Buddhist spiritual, cultural and education organization head quartered in Taiwan with millions of followers world wide. It is one of the most influential Zen/Chan Buddhist organizations internationally and had helped to establish and extend the Buddhist tradition for people of Taiwan, China, Southeast Asia and now also all over the world. (more about the teacher below) This event is sponsored by Chinese Buddhist Cultural Association, USA and Center for Buddhism and East Asian Religion (C-BEAR) at Columbia University. RSVP: You are welcome to r-s-v-p here but please register with the sponsoring organization so that they can better manage the event.
< cbca-retreat-1020.eventbrite.com > There is no cost to this workshop. /|\ Eddie - - - Venerable Guo Yuan - - - - - Venerable Guo Yuan, Master Sheng Yen's Dharma heir, is a Buddhist monk trained in Chan Buddhism. He was ordained in 1987 in Taiwan. For over twenty years, he accompanied and became interpreter of Master Sheng Yen in Chan meditation retreats in the United States, the United Kingdom, Germany, Switzerland, Russia, and Mexico. He studied Theravada Buddhism for a year in Thailand in 1991. Previously Venerable Guo Yuan was the abbot of both the Chan Meditation Center in Queens, NY, and the Dharma Drum Retreat Center in Pine Bush, NY, as well as the Director of the International Chan Retreat Center in Dharma Drum Mountain in Taiwan. In 2016 he returned to Pine Bush, NY to become the abbot of DDRC again. Fluent in Mandarin, Vietnamese, and English, he has led Chan retreat in many countries around the world.