Three-Day Buddhism Retreat

Summer is right around the corner! Do you have any plans in mind to slurp your summer away? If you would like to spend your summer in a peaceful environment or in a simple spiritual get-away, you surely don’t want to miss the opportunity to attend this year’s Three-Day Buddhism Retreat at Bloomington, Indiana! The Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center in Bloomington will be hosting its annual Three-Day Buddhist Retreat this May. During the retreat, members will be staying at the temple for three consecutive days. Each day, the temple will be filled with various religious activities and lessons such as Amitaba chanting meditations, dharma exercises and traditional Buddhism practices. Practitioners will also be provided a variety of healthy and delicate Vegetarian food during their stay. 

During the retreat, practitioners will be offered basic lessons on fundamental knowledge of Buddhism practices and blessings. The lessons will target on the core objective of inner peace and spiritual growth as well as the key points of fire puja offerings. The purpose of this year’s Buddhism retreat is to create a deeper connection between the practitioners and the monks, as well as to provide an unforgettable experience of Buddhism practices.

Details of the event are listed below:

  • Date: May 24-26, 2014
  • Location: Chamtse Ling Temple (3655 S Snoddy Rd, Bloomington, IN 47401)
  • Fees: Please contact the representative of registration
  • Contact: dz7usa@gmail.com; 812-327-5019

For more information, please check out the official Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center website: http://tmbcc.org/SITE/index.html or the flyer below:

 

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