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Retiro de Fundamento
Dirigido por Rebecca Li

Fecha: Del 5 al 7 de abril de 2019
Horario de check-in: El viernes 5 de abril de 2019, 4:00-6:00pm
Horario de terminación: El domingo 7 de abril de 2019, 4:00pm
Costo: 220 USD
Fecha límite de registro: El 2 de abril de 2019
Lugar: Dharma Drum Retreat Center
Direccion: 184 Quannacut Road, Pine Bush, New York, 12566.
Telefono: (845) 744-8114.
Fax: (845) 744-8483
Email: ddrc@dharmadrumretreat.org
Dedicate your weekend to practice. On this retreat, you have the chance to engage in a relaxing schedule of mindful activity from Friday evening to Sunday afternoon.

Harmonize your body and mind, by engaging in healthy living and meditation — balancing all of the five aspects of diet, sleep, body, breath, and mind. Either in stillness or in motion, cultivate a clear and stable mind amidst all that you do. This is the very essence of practice.

Hear Dharma talks about meditation methods as well as basic principles of Buddhadharma. In this way, you’ll be able to establish a solid foundation of understanding both methods and concepts of practice.

This is a non-intensive retreat; beginners are welcome.
Rebecca Li

Rebecca Li, a Dharma heir in the lineage of the Chan Master Sheng Yen, started practicing meditation in 1995. She attended her first intensive retreat with Chan Master Sheng Yen in 1996 and began serving as his interpreter in 1998. She started her teacher’s training with Master Sheng Yen in 1999 and started teaching as Dharma and meditation instructor in 2002. Later on, she trained with John Crook and then Simon Child, both Dharma heirs of Master Sheng Yen, to lead intensive retreats and received full Dharma transmission from Simon Child in 2016. Currently, she teaches meditation and Dharma classes, gives public lectures and leads retreats at Dharma Drum centers, university meditation groups and Dharma practice groups mostly in northeastern United States. Some of her talks and writings can be found at www.rebeccali.org. Rebecca is also a professor of sociology in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at The College of New Jersey.