December 31, 2015 - January 3, 2016
Creating a Healthier Mind and Body
Winter Moving Meditation Retreat: Rev. Daesun from the Won Dharma Center and his teacher, Rev. Song from the Won Institute of Graduate Studies, guiding participants in Taoist practice for awakening the Spirit and deepening their meditation practice. Light-hearted and fun, Rev. Song and Rev. Daesun, along with the beautiful natural setting at the Center, will bring joy and calm to participants’ practice and their lives.
Jan. 15 - 18, 2016 (Friday - Monday)
Meditation, Mindfulness and the Path to Inner Freedom
For those new to meditation as well as experienced practitioners, this retreat will explain the essence of meditation practice and its place in our search for peace of mind and truth in daily life.
The method of meditation will be taught in a structured way, beginning with proper posture and breathing. Also included will be instructions to help practitioners overcome various obstacles especially for beginners.
April 21, Thursday – May 2, Monday, 2016 (11 days)
The Won Dharma Center is planning a trip to Korea during the spring of 2016 as part of the Won Buddhism Centennial. Participating travelers will stay overnight and visit several Won Buddhist temples, retreat centers, Won Buddhist Headquarters, as well as sacred places of Won Buddhism throughout Korea. Other side trips will include visits to traditional Buddhist sites as well as cultural points of interest. The tour will end with a celebration in Seoul where practitioners from all over the world will be gathering to celebrate the Won Buddhist Centennial honoring the foundation of Won Buddhism100 years ago.