2 Day Sesshin Schedule

Sesshin / Zen Retreat Group Meditation

Sesshin / Zen Retreat
Group Meditation

The weekend overnight sesshin/retreats are ideal for beginners who want to deepen their ongoing practice; it is also recommended for more experienced practitioners who are unable to attend the longer retreats. Every quarter of the year we hold a Beginner’s Mind Sesshin, aimed specifically at new practitioners. It is best to take part in at least one of the shorter sesshin before signing up for a longer one, if possible. The schedule is full and the days are long, so it works best to experience a weekend-long sesshin first.

Characterized by silence and deep introspection, sesshin is recommended to anyone who is sincerely interested in experiencing intensive Zen training. First-time participants will be given an orientation to a zen retreat, receive personal guidance in private interviews with the teacher, draw from the tremendous strength of people practicing together and experience the deep stillness that lies within each one of us. Once sesshin begins, we immerse ourselves in the rigorous practice of self-awakening.

Because sesshin is intensive, those wishing to attend are required to participate in Beginning Zen Seminars and orientations or have joined sesshins and zazen with a group at our affiliated Zen centers are invited to attend.

2017 Weekend Sesshin Schedule

March 4-5, 2017
July 1-2, 2017
September 30-October 1, 2017
December 2-3, 2017

The weekend retreats begin at 9am on Saturday and ends at 5pm on Sunday.

Venue: ICM House of Prayer, #4 C.M. Recto Rd, Baguio City

Sesshin Registration fee is Php 3,400/person inclusive of an overnight stay, snacks and meals. Registration fees can be paid on-site upon arrival.

Contact us for inquiries: baguiozencenter@gmail.com

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