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Posted on Sunday, January 11, 2009
Meditation retreat (Canada)
by Yong Peng (ypong001(a)yahoo.com) [AUS:IP logged]

Ven. Dhammadipa retreats

The renowned expert is scheduled to give numerous retreats beginning today in New Mexico, onward to Vancouver and Toronto, Ohio, Atlanta Georgia, Lansing Michigan, West Lafyette Indiana, and culminating in San Jose on March 16 for a 21-day retreat before setting off for Taiwan. More information: Gary at netherwood26@yahoo.com or Rev. Sudharma at baucym@aol.com.

Born in Czechoslovakia, Ven. Dhammadipa is a world-renowned meditation teacher, with a deep understanding of meditation in both Theravada and Mahayana traditions. In 1987, he received traditional Theravada ordination in Sri Lanka, where he practiced meditation under Ven. Sri Nanarama Mahathera.

In 1989, he received ordination as a Mahayana monk at Hsi Lai Temple, Los Angeles. In 1996, he practiced meditation with the world's foremost meditation master, Ven. Pa Auk Sayadaw in Myanmar and is considered by the Sayadaw to be the first Western disciple qualified to teach meditation.

5 Day Anāpānā Sati Meditation Retreat with Ven. Dhammadipa
Location: Toronto Mahavihara Society
4698 Kingston Rd, Scarborough, Ontario, Canada
M1E 2P9

DATES: February 5-9, 2009
Times: 8:45am-7:00pm
Lunch not provided -- please bring you own, tea provided

Registration required.
Main Contact: torontodhamma@gmail.com
Additional contacts: irenepandit@rogers.com or kpandit91@rogers.com
Telephone: 905-790-1146 or 416-208-9276

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