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Buddhadharma : Winter 2006
winter 2006| 70 |buddhadharma FREEDHARMABOOKS LAMA YESHE WISDOM ARCHIVE PO BOX 356 • WESTON, MA 02493 info@LamaYeshe.com www. LamaYeshe.com Overcoming Your Mental Bureaucracy A Five-Day Meditation Course EGO, ATTACHMENT AND LIBERATION Residential Zen Arts Intensive Five Weeks, Five Retreats June 26–July 29, 2007 at Zen Mountain Monastery This one-of-a-kind residential program dedicated to the “artless arts” of Zen will help participants deepen their appreciation of and develop their skills in the creative process as a mirror for self- investigation. Immersed in the monastic training schedule and guided by lectures on the Zen arts by John Daido Loori Roshi, ZMM Abbot, the intensive will also include the following: • Introduction to Zen Training retreat with the ZMM staff • A week-long Photography retreat with Daido Roshi • Choice of Calligraphy with Kaz Tanahashi or Clay with Monastic Jody Hojin Kimmel • Choice of The Way of Tea with Yushin Derrick and Hobai Pekarik or a Writing workshop with Carolyn Forche • A weeklong Sesshin (meditation intensive) Everyone will have the opportunity to pursue individual art projects each afternoon. The program is suitable for those just beginning to explore their 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 us on the web at www.mro.org Zen Mountain Monastery • Mt Tremper, NY A CAll to ReAdeRs Buddhadharma seeks 40 subscribers willing to serve as “Reader Correspondents” during the coming year, giving feedback and ideas to our editorial staff. If you’re a Buddhadharma subscriber with an opinion on the content and direction of the journal, we’d like to hear from you! As a Reader Correspondent, you’ll have an opportunity to comment on each issue, through a regular e-mail communications process with our editors. In exchange for your efforts, we’ll be pleased to send you a one-year, complimentary subscription (4 issues). Contact us by January 2 to find out more. Send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us a bit about yourself and why you wish to participate. s seeks 40 subscribers willing with an opinion on the content and direction of the journal, we’d like to hear from you! www.ashokaedu.net