A retreat day of
Tendai Buddhist Devotional Practices
"Kokoro" (心, also pronounced "shin" in liturgical context) is the Japanese word that has the dual and convergent meaning of heart and mind, in other words, the spirit. Devotional practices in Buddhism come from the heart and elevate the spirit.
Different schools of Buddhism tend to focus on specific sets of practices. Americans are often only exposed to practices that are meditative in nature. Tendai Buddhism places equal emphasis on a wide variety of practices. This retreat is an opportunity to experience the devotional side of Buddhism.
Please join Great River Tendai Sangha for this one-day retreat.
When: Sunday 26th of August 2018, 9:00am-3:30pm
Where: 2404 Mt Vernon Ave, 2nd Floor, Alexandria, VA 22301
Meals: A light vegetarian breakfast will be provided. Please bring a vegetarian lunch for yourself and a small snack to share. Let us know of food allergies.
Clothing: Wear something comfortable and covers the legs. We will be doing prostration bowing getting up and down on the knees or however you are able.
RSVP: Please RSVP by Saturday, August 25th, 2018. Space is limited to 12 participants.
Suggested Donation (dana practice): $75. No one will be turned away for inability to pay or lack of funds.
After submitting your RSVP below, you will be directed to the PayPal payment page. Checks and cash will also be accepted at the event. All contributions are tax deductible.
Additional questions? Contact us.
2402 Mt Vernon Ave
Alexandria, VA 22301
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