Meditation level requirement: This class requires no previous experience. An open mind is always good for getting the best out of the course.
Where: China Culture Center, Chaoyang District, Beijing, China.
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RMB 200/Discounted Prepaid Price.
RMB 250/Door Price
2 hours workshop with an English-speaking expert.)
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Cancellation policy: If you have to cancel after you made prepayment, please let us know (by phone call) 48 hours in advance. 20% of tour/event fee will be charged for cancellation if you do it within 48 hours, 50% of tour/event fee will be charged if you cancel within 24 hours’ notice.registration is essential, no walk-ins.
What you are going to learn and do:
-The stages of practicing Zen and its relation with Southeast Asian and Tibetan Buddhism
-Learn to settle down mind by sitting, walking and music meditation
-Study and practice the physical and mental techniques to release stress
-Understand the vital points to transform difficult situations in daily life
-To enjoy the traditional Zen Tea ceremony
About the Master
Paul Wang, a layman Buddhist practitioner, has studied and practiced Zen for over ten years, and has been teaching Zen meditation at the Live Zen Center (operated by the China Culture Center) for over five years. He started and benefited a lot from South-east Asian Insight Meditation according to the lineage of venerable Mahasi Sayadaw, and received the Zen teaching from venerable Master XingPo, who is one of the head master of CaoXi school, and take the lineage of Tibetan Buddhism from venerable Master GaZang, who is the head master of one of the most important Tibetan Temples. Through continuous practicing and teaching, he gradually worked out a set of practical methods on mediation by combining these three systems. He gives Zen coaching and philosophical teaching tailored to personal differences and individual needs. He teaches students how to build links between Zen practice and daily life.