Dear DDYP friends,
It is time for our monthly gathering! It was great having some of you at our previous gathering. Hope you had good experiences and gained some useful knowledge through the Heart Sutra discussion and tea meditation. Event photos are now available at http://goo.gl/ENtRbb.
November is Thanksgiving month!
This month, we will have Eight-form moving and sitting meditation practices led by Venerable Chang Yu, followed by a Thanksgiving Tea Ceremony. Through motion and stillness, you will be able to cultivate relaxation of body and calmness of mind. You will also have the unique experience of being a tea host by brewing and serving tea!
If you would like to bring thanksgiving to your everyday routine...
If you want to cultivate gratitude and appreciation through meditation practice...
If you wish to discover your own Buddha nature through a cup of tea...
Come join us!
On... Saturday, November 16th, 2:30 pm ~ 5 pm
At... 90-56 Corona Avenue, Elmhurst, NY 11373 (the building next to the Chan Meditation Center).
Ages 18 to 36 are welcome.
Limited seating available!
To RSVP, please go to http://ddyp-nov-2013.eventbrite.com/.
The schedule is as below:
2:30 pm. - 2:35 pm. Snack & chat
2:35 pm. - 2:50 pm. Eight-form moving meditation
2:50 pm. - 3:10 pm. Sitting meditation
3:10 pm. - 3:20 pm. Short break
3:20 pm. - 4:40 pm. Thanksgiving tea ceremony
4:40 pm. - 5:00 pm. Concluding remarks
Sweets and authentic loose leaf tea will be served.
Please wear loose clothing (no shorts, mini-skirts, tight clothing, or tank tops). Please bring your own drinking water bottle to help promote environmental consciousness.
Hope to see you there!
With palms joined,
Dharma Drum for Young People
Chan Meditation Center
When & Where
Dharma Drum for Young People (DDYP) is a volunteer organization serving college students and young professionals. We offer Meditation and Dharma instruction at retreats and workshop throughout the year; we provide opportunities for community service; and we develop new programs that meet our goals of cultivating the self, developing harmonious relationships in one's personal and professional lives, and of providing compassionate service to the larger community. For more information, or to participate in our activities, or to volunteer with DDYP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://www.ddyp.org.