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One Day Meditation Retreat  (Chinese)
One Day Meditation Retreat  (Chinese)

Sun, Oct 23


DDM Toronto Centre

One Day Meditation Retreat (Chinese)

Led by Ven. Chang Wu in Chinese with English interpretation. In Person Only.

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Time & Location

Oct 23, 2022, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. EDT

DDM Toronto Centre, 1025 McNicoll Ave, Scarborough, ON M1W 3W6, Canada

About the Event

This one day retreat will be led by Ven. Chang Wu in Mandarin Chinese with English simultaneous interpretation.

The One Day Retreat is a silent meditation retreat best for sincere, dedicated and experienced meditation practitioners in the search for an answer to the fundamental question of life. Participants are asked to make prior arrangement to avoid distraction and interruption during the retreat period.

The day's practice consists of a series of 30 to 45 minute sittings, dharma talks, walking meditation and eight-form moving meditation. In between, there will be light physical exercises and simple stretching yoga.

Retreat Teacher:Ven. Chang Wu. Dharma talks will be delivered in Mandarin Chinese with English interpretation. Ven. Chang Wu speaks Chinese and English.

Registration: Online registration subject to admission reviews and capacity availability.

Fee: $60 payable upon admission notice. Please note “Retreat Fee” and the attendee name at time of payment. Payments over $60/Day are treated as donation. Payments less than $60/Day due to financial affordability are acceptable. Vegetarian lunch is included.

Notes: The Centre provides meditation mats/round cushions/towels. Wear comfortable clothing suitable for sitting meditation, no shorts or tank tops. Masking is recommended to minimize the risk of COVID spread. No cell phone, reading, notes taking, recording during retreat at the Centre.

Venerable Chang Wu

Venerable Chang Wu is the Abbess of Dharma Drum Mountain(DDM) Toronto Centre and Vancouver Centre.

Venerable Chang Wu began practicing Chan Buddhism with Master Sheng Yen in 1993, while she was a business professional in New York holding an MBA. In 2000, she joined the DDM monastic sangha while continuing to deepen her practice and understanding of Buddhism. Later, during her four-year stay in Taiwan, she gained new experiences through the publication and translation of Buddhist books.

Since over a decade ago, she has been actively leading retreats and giving Dharma talks in various cities in Canada, the United States, England, and Switzerland. In addition, she has often been invited to participate in inter-religious panels, end-of-life care dialogue, and some academic conferenc

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