6 results for tag: buddhist

Kido Chanting Retreat with Nancy Hedgpeth JDPSN

Kido chanting retreats consist primarily of chanting from 9:00am-3:30pm with an informal lunch at noon. We chant “Kwan Seum Bosal” - a name for the bodhisattva of compassion - while sitting, standing and walking. This retreat is suitable for beginners as well as experienced students. Please arrive at 8:30am to register. Non-Members $65 Members & FT Students $45 DT and DTIT $35 Please register for this retreat with Retreat Registration Form

Christian – Buddhist Retreat

 Contemplative prayer and meditation with talks and discussion. A vegetarian lunch is served.  retreat registration form

Public Dinner | Meditation Instruction | Consulting Interviews

Wednesday October 10 - 5:30PM: Public vegetarian dinner followed by meditation instruction class at 6:30PM. Also at 6:30PM special chanting begins in the main Dharma Room followed by regular chanting at 7:00PM. There will also be two sitting periods which begin at 7:30 with walking meditation in between and consulting interviews.

Christian-Buddhist Retreat

The next Christian/Buddhist Retreat is scheduled for September 29, 2012 9:00AM-4:00PM Christians and Buddhists can use very similar techniques of contemplative prayer and meditation to help make their spiritual teachings a living part of their daily existence. These retreats emphasize sitting and walking meditation, and include talks and discussion. Each retreat runs from 9:00am to 4:00pm and includes a vegetarian lunch. Beginners are welcome. No prior experience necessary. The next Christian/Buddhist Retreat is scheduled for September 29, 2012 9:00AM-4:00PM Prices: non members $65, members $45, Dharma teachers and Dharma teachers in ...

49 Day Memorial Ceremony for Myo Ji Sunim, JDPS

Sunday December 18 - 12:00 - 1:00PM - 49 Day Memorial Ceremony for Myo Ji Sunim, JDPS, with a light lunch afterward. Myo Ji Sunim had been a student of Zen Master Seung Sahn since 1976. A longtime resident of Canada, she was ordained a nun in 1990, then trained at Seoul International Zen Center. Since 1995, she was the abbot of New York Chogye Sa temple. May her teaching continue to help all beings.

Vesak 2011

Please join us Saturday May, 14th 2011 for Vesak Celebration! Here is a link to the flyer so you can print it out / save an e-copy that you can share with all your friends, family or other Buddhists you might know. Vesak_Poster_2011 We invited as many Buddhist groups as we could find in Rhode Island and we encourage you to do the same. If you are not familiar with Vesak, it is considered one of the most important days in all Buddhist traditions and is the day we celebrate the birth, enlightenment and death of the historical Buddha who lived over 2500 years ago.