Mu Soeng is Program Director and Resident Scholar at BCBS. He trained in the (Korean) Zen tradition and was a monk for eleven years. He is the author of Thousand Peaks: Korean Zen (Tradition and Teachers); The Diamond Sutra: Transforming the Way We Perceive the World; Trust in Mind: The Rebellion of Chinese Zen; and The Heart of the Universe: Exploring the Heart Sutra.
Past and Future
with Mu Soeng
Sunday, November 12, 10:00am – 1:00pm
This half-day study retreat hopes to generate an open-ended conversation about our central human preoccupation with past and future, and how Buddhist thought and practice, especially the eightfold path, help us in dealing with the oppressive nature of that preoccupation.
Cushions, chairs, and tea are provided. Each person should bring a water bottle/container. Tea is provided. There is a $20 registration fee for the day to cover expenses to Vermont Insight. Click the button below to register with your PayPal account or with a credit card. For more registration options, please click the retreat information button at the top of this page. In this tradition, a Dana or generosity offering is made to the teacher at the end of the retreat out of gratitude for the teachings.
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