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Lions Roar : May 2007
SHAMBHALA SUN MAY 2007 88 Residential Zen Arts Intensive June 26–July 29, 2007 at Zen Mountain Monastery This one-of-a-kind program dedicated to the “artless arts” of Zen will help participants deepen their appreciation of the creative process as a mirror for self-investigation. Immersed in the monastic training schedule and guided by Zen Master Daido Loori, the intensive will also include the following: • Introduction to Zen Training retreat with the ZMM staff • A week-long Photography retreat with Daido Roshi • Calligraphy with Kaz Tanahashi • Clay with Monastic Jody Hojin Kimmel • The Way of Tea with Hobai Pekarik • Voice as Practice with Meredith Monk • A weeklong Sesshin (meditation intensive) Everyone will have the opportunity to pursue individual art projects during their stay. The program is suitable for those just beginning to explore the creative process, as well as for practicing artists who wish to learn more about the Zen aesthetic and its relationship to spiritual inquiry. For more information, please call (845) 688-2228 or visit our award-winning website www.mro.org Zen Mountain Monastery • Mt Tremper, NY Mountains and Rivers Order of Zen Buddhism For information contact: Ligmincha Institute at Serenity Ridge (our hilltop retreat center in rural Nelson County, Va.) 434.977.6161 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.ligmincha.org Geshe Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche July 1–21, 2007 The Fireball of Primordial Wisdom The Tummo Practice From the Tibetan Bön Buddhist Tradition This summer Tenzin Rinpoche will teach the beautiful and powerful tantric practice of tummo (generating the inner heat) to burn away subtle obstacles to experienc- ing meditative bliss. The manner in which Rinpoche crafts each day of the retreat and guides the meditation sessions allows sufficient time to develop each stage of practice, and can promote strong experiential results. You may attend one, two or all three weeks of the retreat.