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Buddhadharma : Summer 2005
summer 2005| 76 |buddhadharma UPAYA ZEN CENTER 2005 May 18-22: In The Shelter of Each Other Women’s Retreat Joan Halifax Roshi, Zuleikha, Mayumi Oda, Diane Haug, Mother Tessa Bielecki, Cynthia West, Rabbi Malka Drucker Powerful annual ecumenical gathering of women exploring contemplative practice, social action and the arts. July 7-10: The Human Encounter with Death Joan Halifax Roshi, Tempa Dukte Lama A rich opportunity to explore the meaning of death and lib- eration in our lives July 29-Aug 28: Great Peace Summer Ango Joan Halifax Roshi, Togen Moss, Sensei; Anzan Hyde; Kyojo Bakker Daily training, study and practice allow us to intensify and deepen our vows and practice. July 29-31: Our Original Dwelling Place: The Practice of the Paramitas Joan Halifax Roshi Exploring the true actualization of compassion and wisdom in our very lives. We now have Openings for Residents For information and to register: Upaya Zen Center 1404 Cerro Gordo Road Santa Fe, NM 87501 Tel: (505) 986 8518 Fax: (505) 986 8528 Email: email@example.com Web: www.upaya.org RoshiJoanHalifax SAN FRANCISCO ZEN CENTER 300 Page Street San Francisco, CA 94102 415-863-3136 www.sfzc.org Tassajara Zen Mountain Center 39171 Tassajara Rd. Carmel Valley, CA 93924 City Center 300 Page St. San Francisco, CA 94102 415-863-3136 Green Gulch Farm 1601 Shoreline Hwy. Sausalito, CA 94965 415-383-3134 Offers one-day and weeklong medi- tation retreats, practice periods, residential training, and a guest student program. Offers one-day and weeklong medi- tation retreats, one and two month practice periods, residential farm and work apprenticeship programs, and a guest student program. Offers traditional Soto Zen 90-day training periods and a summer work practice program. Call the City Center front office for infor- mation: 415-863-3136. Introduction to the Tibetan Language, Level I Package Complete introductory package includes: Pre-primer, course book, audio- CD or cassette, easy-to-use Flash Cards, Tibetan-English Dictionary. Price $111.00. Also Available: Dictionaries, Grammars, Tr anslation Workbooks, Cassette Tapes, CDs, and an extensive collection of Dharma books. TIBETA N LANGUAGEINSTITUTE COURSES IN CLASSICALTIBETAN Featuring Private Te lephone Tu torials TIBETA N LANGUAGE STUDY MATERIALS Anon-profit educational organization dedicated to the study and preservation of the language, literature, and culture of Tibet. WWW .tibetanlanguage.org “ Knowing even a little Tib etan is beneficial in d eepening an understanding of the Dharma . . . F or those who learn Tib etan, there is no limit to their studies or to what they can learn.” Ven. Thrangu Rinpoche, Abbot, Rumtek Monastery; Tu tor to H. H . Karmapa XVII SUMMER SEMINAR 2005 Three weeks in the beautiful Rocky Mountains of Montana! Level I: Introduction to Tibetan. August 8-12. Level II: Grammar—Learning to read Tibetan texts. August 15-19. Level III: Reading Seminar—Reading Dharma texts under the guidance of a Tibetan Lama-Scholar. August 22-26. Telephone: 406-961-5131 • E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org