18670 NE Woodinville Duvall Rd, Woodinville, WA 98077美国
Advice on Cultivating Physical and Spiritual Wellness for Chan Practitioners
English Dharma Talk by Zarko...
In English Led by Zarko Andricevic
Half day Retreat
Led by Zarko Andricevic
Date: Oct 29, Sunday
Time: 9:30 am - 2 pm
Once you send in your registration, you will hear from us within a week whether you have been accepted or not.
IF ACCEPTED, please make your payment for the retreat to complete the registration and reserve your spot.
Please consider paying at the highest rate that you can afford: your generosity supports Dharma Drum Seattle Center and your fellow practitioners.
Select one of the sliding scale rates below.
- Benefactor $100 ($70 tax deductible as donation)
- Sustainer $50 ($20 tax deductible as donation)
- Base $30
Online Registration Form: https://forms.gle/7vYw4BSEdGerVQjz5
It is recommanded that participants have prior experience in meditation.
Lunch will be provided.
About Zarko Andricevic
Founder of the Buddhist Center in Zagreb, Croatia. Zarko first encountered Buddhism in 1975 and has been a martial arts and yoga teacher since the 1970s. In 1985 he started the first Buddhist study and meditation group in Croatia which in time grew into the first Buddhist community there. This community is known as Dharmaloka nowadays. In 1996, while seeking a new teacher, he met Chan Master Sheng Yen, attended his seven-day retreat and became one of his students. Seeing Chan as the very core of the Buddha Dharma and Master Shen Yen as the man whose teaching stems directly from the meditative experience, he has dedicated himself to the practice of Chan meditation and has attended Master Sheng Yen's retreats regularly. In June 2001, during a two-week retreat in the USA, Zarko received Dharma transmission from Master Sheng Yen, thus becoming one of his five Dharma heirs in the West.