Winter Bones Rohatsu Sesshin at Mountain Lamp (November 28 – December 6) with Jack Duffy.
More information can be found here: Winter Bones 2015
Here are some upcoming events at Mountain Lamp (rural practice center located in Northern Washington):
- October 16-18: Zazenkai at Mountain Lamp
- November 7 Community gathering to recite the 14 Mindfulness Trainings at 5pm followed by potluck supper.
- December 12: Day of Quiet Practice from 10am-5pm will include dharma talk by Eileen, personal interviews, walking, sitting and working practice (potluck lunch)
The Wild Rose Sangha is holding a day of mindfulness in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh with the practice theme of Joyfully Together: Healing Our Isolation. Enjoy this opportunity for silent meditation, dharma talk, mindful eating, mindful discussion, listening to bells and outdoor walking. No previous meditation experience necessary. All are welcome.
Rosemont Community Center, 2807 – 10 Street NW
Morning session 9:30 – 12:30pm
Lunch 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Afternoon session 1:30pm – 5:00pm
Dinner 5:30pm – 6:30pm
Evening Session 6:30pm – 9pm
Suggested Donation: $20
You are welcome to attend any or all of the sessions. Those who plan to attend only one or two sessions are asked to please arrive at the beginning of each session and to attend the entire session. Lunch is a Potluck, please bring a vegetarian or vegan dish to share. To reduce the use of disposable dishes, please bring your own cup, plate or bowl and cutlery for eating. Dinner will be provided.
To register e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mountain Lamp will be hosting a Plum Village style “Harvest” retreat in mid September, co-led by Eileen Kiera and Kaira Jewel (formerly Sister Jewel). This will be a pretty special retreat with Eileen and Kaira both contributing their wisdom and practice. There should also be very good food from the late summer organic garden at Mountain Lamp!
The Sangha will be looking into a letter that Thây wrote to his students last fall, shortly before his stroke and will be exploring the 3 Bodies of the Buddha, the 5 Skandhas, Bodhicitta and the importance of intelligent practice.