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Jo Alma Potter JDPS
Jo Alma Potter Ji Do Poep Sa Nim is the guiding teacher for the Kwan Um Zen Centers in Vienna Austria, Palma de Mallorca Spain, Vrazne Czech Republic, and Kwan Um Zen Groups in Hungary. She intensified her Zen practice with Zen Master Seung Sahn in the early 1990’s. She is fluent in English, Spanish and German. In 2008, she received Inka and the title Ji Do Poep Sa -the official seal of approval to teach Kong-an. She travels worldwide leading and teaching Zen retreats.
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One day retreat and precept ceremony with Jo Potter JDPSN at the Zöld Kakas Líceum, Budapest.
Date and time: Saturday, 18th of November 2017, from 7:00 until 17:00
Location: Zöld Kakas Líceum,1091, Budapest, Hurok utca 11.
Fee: 5000 Ft.
One week summer retreat is led by Jo Potter JDPSN at Dhammadipa Retreat Center (app. 50 km from Budapest) between 3rd and 9th of July. Second entry is on 6th of July.
Cost: 25000 HUF (85 Euro) and 15000 HUF (50 Euro) for half time participation.
A YMJJ with Jo Potter JDPSN is to be held in Vienna, starting at 18:00 on Friday 1 April 2016 and ending at 17:00 on Sunday 3 April 2016. Retreat location: Zen Center, Kaiserstraße 44-46, Stiege 2, Top 8, 1070 Wien. There will be a second entry at 9:00 on Saturday 02 April 2016. For further en
Zen Master Bon Hae (Judy Roitman), began practicing Zen with Zen Master Seung Sahn in 1976 at the Cambridge Zen Center and received transmission i n 2013. She is the guiding teacher of the Kansas Zen Center, the R
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The practice is free but dontations for the teacher's travelling cost are appreciated.
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Golden leaves scattered on the green grass, a slight crisp chill in the air, the sunlight moves lower in the sky, and yes once again autumn softly arrives. That feeling that life is constantly in flux can never be avoided.
Zen-meditation retreat is one of the most precious and unique possibilities to intensify the study of our minds. This year I undertook a three months solo retreat in the mountains of Czech Republic. I had no idea of what would happen.