A Weekend of Buddhist Tradition




Blue Lotus Buddhist Temple of Pennsylvania will conduct a Loving Kindness retreat in South Central Pennsylvania from 6 p.m., July 20, through 3 p.m., July 22, at the Amethyst Retreat Center. It provides participants with peace of mind and the opportunity to attend a spiritual retreat locally and affordably.

Board member Susan Kiskis says, “Enjoy a weekend retreat led by Buddhist monk Bhante Somananda and Dhamma friends with yoga, meditation, nurturing food, a labyrinth walk, Dhamma talks, Buddha puja, and more.” There is time for private practice, walking around the 100-acre Amethyst Retreat Center and optional bodywork. Gluten-free and vegan meals, beverages and snacks are provided.

There will be a panel discussion, What does faith look like in the Buddhist tradition?, a Healing Foods cooking class, Breathwork workshop with Cindy Beers and Buddha Puja with Bhante Soma.

For more information and registration, call 717-542-9509, email blueltpa@gmail.com or visit BlueLotusTemplePa.org.

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