Nov. 24 Sat. – 25 Sun, 2018
Meditation Retreat in Tokyo
Compassionate Life Innovation
Message from Dr. Barry Kerzin
We will hold a 2-day weekend retreat that you all are welcome to join. The essence will be innovative compassion. When you are sad, practice compassion. When you are happy, practice compassion. Compassion is the very best medicine. This is an innovative, new way of thinking. We will also discuss and practice the full form of universal compassion, called Bodhicitta. Included in Bodhicitta is the wisdom of emptiness, which we will discuss following the teaching on the Heart Sutra, Hanya Shinkyo. During both days we will practice a variety of meditations, even outdoors weather and conditions permitting. Please don’t miss this special event.
Dr. Barry Kerzin will lead a 2 day non-residential meditation retreat in Tokyo this November. The retreat will be comprised of a combination of lectures and practice.
Day 1：Nov. 24 Sat. 10:00-18:00 （Open 9:40）
Day 2：Nov. 25 Sun. 9:15-15:00 （Open 9:00）
*Important note : If you are travelling to Tokyo you need to arrange your own accommodation. This is a non-residential retreat.
*Details will be informed after registration.
【Lecturer】Dr. Barry Kerzin (in English with Japanese interpretation)
・2 Days Nov. 24 & 25 (Sat & Sun)：35000yen
・Human Values Members: 25000yen
*Please include your name, number of people, phone number, email address and request for lunch.
Please note :
・Lunch is not included in the participation fee. However a macrobiotics lunch (1200yen) is available on application.
・It is NOT possible for first time attendees to ONLY join “Day 2 Sun Nov. 25”. However it is possible for repeat attendees to join on request. If you are interested please email Human Values Institute. email@example.com
*Dr. Barry will teach Shantideva “A Guide to The Bodhisattva’s Way of Life” following this retreat on the Sunday. “Shantideva” Application Form
The teacher receives no salary. The participation fees are used to cover the international and domestic travel expenses of the teacher and staff for the programs, to help develop publication and distant education of the teachings, and to sustain the activities including ongoing support for people. Thank you for your understanding, and support for the sustainability of our activities.