PRACTICING MINDFULNESS IN TIME OF UNCERTAINTY
MINDFULNESS RETREAT MARCH 24-25, 2018
2-DAY RETREAT IN THE TRADITION OF THICH NHAT HANH
CO-LED BY CHANCO TRINH AND KY TO, SENIOR DHARMA TEACHERS IN THE PLUM VILLAGE TRADITION OF THICH NHAT HANH.
Join us for a special opportunity to receive teachings directly from senior Dharma Teachers from Maple Village in Quebec, Canada, the first Practice Center in the tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh outside of France. This retreat brings 30 years of experience of practice in the Plum Village community to St. Louis.
This is a time to deepen our practice together as a “fourfold sangha”, a spiritual family. It is also a chance to nourish our peace and joy, and experience real transformation and healing.
Theme: “Practicing Mindfulness in Time of Uncertainty”
Our Dharma teachers shall share their insights, result of 30-year-plus of mindfulness practice. With their guidance, we shall discover how simple and joyful the practice can be; yet this practice runs deep in the Buddha teachings. With their experience on sangha building at the Maple Village Practice Center, Quebec, Canada, we shall learn how an harmonious community can be a comforting refuge for numerous people, particularly during uncertain time period. We look forward to seeing you at this beautiful retreat.
Be Grateful, Be Happy – Thanksgiving Weekend Retreat
Magnolia Grove Monastery was established by Zen Master Thich Nhat Hanh to share the practice of mindful living.
This 120-acre residential monastery and mindfulness practice center rests peacefully in Northwest Mississippi. It is a place to rest with the present moment and to live peacefully with the faithful friend, our breathing.
Do you feel compelled to act, but are unsure where to best place your time and energy?
Join us for a Morning of Mindfulness with Sister Ocean on Saturday, July 29, at 9:00 am.
Sister Ocean is a Buddhist nun ordained in the Plum Village tradition of Thich Nhat Hanh. Originally from Ontario, Canada, she has been living at Blue Cliff Monastery in upstate New York. She is a musician and a poet, and has been writing the Mindful Living series for Buddhist Door Global since 2013. She is also a core member of a new Sangha in the Plum Village tradition – ARISE: Awakening through Race, Intersectionality, and Social Equity. She is particularly interested in making the connection between the dharma, psychology and social transformation.
Please arrive and settle at 8:50 am.
Open and welcoming to all.