10/7-14/2016 7 Day Mediation Retreat with Master KaiYin

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10/07~10/14/2016 美國莊嚴寺止觀禪七作息表 Schedule for 7 Days Retreat

時間 10/07 (Fri 五) 10/08 (Sat 六)–10/13(Thu 四) 10/14 (Fri 五)
04:50-05:30   起板Rise & shine
05:30-06:20 早課 Morning Service
06:40-08:20 早齋、出坡Breakfast & Cleaning
08:30-09:20 八戒  Observance of Eight Precepts

指導方法Meditation Instruction

禪修&迴向

Meditation & Sharing Merit

09:30-10:20 禪修Meditation 心得分享&檢討

Experience Sharing & Review

10:30-11:20 禪修Meditation
11:30-13:20 午齋&休息Lunch and Rest
13:30-14:20 調身12式Yoga Exercise 13:00 恢復場地

Clean the premises

14:00結束離營

Departure

14:30-15:20 禪修Meditation
15:30-16:20 指導方法Meditation Instruction
16:30-17:20 16:00-17:00

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禪修Meditation
17:30-18:50 盥洗& 自修 Shower & Personal time
19:00-19:50 簡介 Introduction 禪修Meditation
20:00-21:00 開示&迴向 Dharma talk & Sharing Merit
21:00-21:30 正念就寢 Mindfully retire

 

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English Book Study Club “A Treasury of Mahayana Sutras”

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This book club is focusing on studying Mahayana Buddhist Texts. 

We will focus on Sutra 5 (Pure land) at an unhurried pace to allow “text explanation” and “open discussion” in each session. Study facilitators: Mr. Henry Chang, Mr. Wayne Chang, Mr. Bruce Kou, Mr. Gary Link, Mr. Simon Yang. All of whom have been long time students of Mahayana Buddhism. Books are available. Please email library@baus.org to inquire.

Schedule for 2016: Sunday 10:30 am – 11:45 am (at Kuan Yin Hall or the Woo Ju library)

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Sunday Morning Program @ Chuang Yen Monastery

Meditation: 9:00am ~ 10:20am

Dharma Talk: 10:30am ~ 11:45am

Place: Kuan-Yin Hall

Sunday Morning Meditation and Dharma Talk program provides an entrance door for people who want to learn more about meditation and Buddhism. It’s also for people who want to practice meditation on a regular basis. Please feel free to contact us for more information.

Date

Meditation

Dharma Talk / Book Study

10/2

BodhiCitta Meditation

Valeria Clark

Mahayana Book Study

Mr. Henry Chang & others

10/9

No Class in session, 7 Days Meditation Retreat with Ven. KaiYin

10/16

No Class in Session, 2 Days Metta Workshop with Dr. Barbara Wrigh

& Kuan Yin Bodhisattva Renunciation Ceremony

10/23

Metta Meditation

Jennifer Maher

Mahayana Book Study

Mr. Henry Chang & others

10/30

 (§) Guided Meditation and Dharma Talk

Guest Monk: Venerable Suddhaso

11/6

BodhiCitta Meditation

Valeria Clark

Mahayana Book Study

Mr. Henry Chang & others

11/13

(§) Guided Meditation and Dharma Talk

Guest Monk: Venerable Suddhaso

11/20

No Class in Session, 7 Days Patriarch Chan Retreat with Ven. XingDi

11/27

Metta Meditation

Jennifer Maher

Mahayana Book Study

Mr. Henry Chang & others

12/4

BodhiCitta Meditation

Valeria Clark

Heart Sutra

Valeria Clark

12/11

Metta Meditation

Jennifer Maher

Dharma Talk

Jennifer Maher

12/18

(§) 1 Day Chan Meditation Retreat (9:00 am – 5:00 pm)

Guest Instructor: Mr. David Listen

12/25

No Class in Session, 7 Days Pure Land Retreat

Guest Monks & Instructors:

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Ven. Suddhaso - Bhante Suddhāso, an American Buddhist monk, had studied under the guidance of some of the most important names in Western Buddhism, such as Ajahn Pasanno, Ajahn Amaro, Ajahn Vīradhammo, and Bhante Gunaratana. He was initially trained in Soto Zen Buddhism at Tassajara Zen Mountain Center. He was then ordained at Abhayagiri Buddhist Monastery, where he was trained in the Thai Forest Tradition of Theravāda Buddhism. Since then, he has lived at various Sri Lankan monasteries in both rural and urban environments. He currently lives in New York City, where he is the co-founder of Buddhist Insights, a non-profit organization that provides free meditation classes and retreats led by Buddhist monastics.

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Mr. David Listen – Teacher David Listen has been studying and practicing Chan/Zen meditation for over 10 years.  During these years of training, he simultaneously has gained extensive experience in teaching meditation classes and leading meditation retreats. Previously known as Venerable Chang Wen (常聞) in a well-known Buddhist organization, Dharma Drum Mountain, he was one of the few western monastic disciples of Chan Master Sheng Yen. He had been a monk for over a decade, and has since returned to lay life to share Buddhism in a more engaged way.

 

Mr. Henry Chang - Dr. Chang is a practicing Buddhist who has been involved with the development of the Chinese Buddhist Electronic Text Association, an effort to create digitized and searchable archives of Buddhist sutras, and has been a board member of the Buddhist Association of the United States since 1990.

 

Ms. Jennifer Maher –7 years in the Dharma Teacher Training program taught by Ven. Thich Tri Hoang, is a practicing Buddhist for 10 years in Mahayana tradition.

 

Mrs. Valeria Clark - Upon seeing the caves of Dambulla in Sri Lanka, Val decided to take a Buddhist path. Val was exposed to some Theravadian teachings while abroad and a few Tibetan techniques at home. To alleviate her confusion she embarked on the four year Dharma Teachers training course at Chuang Yen Monastery, completing that class in 2009. More recently, she has found her teacher in the Tibetan tradition, founded by Je Tsongkhapa, and is happily practicing, taking great joy in offering teachings to others.

 

Free Attendance, No Registration is required. Donation to the monastery is welcome.

To be sure that the program will be held on a particular Sunday, please visit web site at www.baus.org

Contact: Kaity@baus.org (2020 Route 301, Carmel, NY 10512) to learn more or jenn@jennifermaher.com

 

 

 

 

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9/2-5/2016 Abhidhamma Study Retreat with Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi(Registration is closed)

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10/15-16/2016 Metta Map 2 with Dr. Barbara Wright

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11/19-26/2016 CHAN MEDITAION

11_29 F ZEN PAR

 

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2016 “Mind Over Movie” @ Woo Ju Library

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“Mind Over Movie” Series meets the following Saturday Afternoon 2 pm at the Woo Ju Memorial Library. Everyone is welcome. Light refreshment will be served.

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9/24, Saturday – 2 pm

“Bardsong” Trailer

BARDSONGS show that the ancient wisdom of different worlds, but also for you and for me and anyone else. This voyage of discovery through Rajasthan, Mali and Ladakh contains three songs, three stories and myriad timeless wisdom. A dynamic film based on oral tales, with lovely characters, which celebrates the narrative art form and the type of human simplicity that offers sound advice for our everyday lives, whether you are a Hindu or a Christian, Muslim, Buddhist, Jewish or anarchist, atheist or animist. The understanding that the old wisdom of any given people is of universal importance, was a great starting point, especially in an age in which we more and more are at each other’s throats on account of cultural differences.

10/29, Saturday – 2 pm

“AWAKE: The Life of Yogananda”  Trailer

Unique biopic about Yogananda, author of The Autobiography of a Yogi. In the 1920s, he brought Hindu spirituality to the West. This tells the story of his life and influence on yoga, religion and science, combining re-enactment, interviews, and verité.

** For Further information, please contact library@baus.org, or (845) 225 -1445. 

** Free Attendance ($10.00 suggested donation is welcome). Please stay for discussion after the movie. 

 

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English Book Study Club “A Treasury of Mahayana Sutras”

Selections from the Maharatnakuta Sutra, Translated from the Chinese by the Buddhist Association of the US., Garma C.C. Chang is the General Editor.

This book club is focusing on studying Mahayana Buddhist Texts. We are currently reading one of the most early Mahayana Sutras, the Maharatnakuta Sutra – a collection of 49 sutras. It was translated into Chinese in the 8th Century, and then the Buddhist Association of the United States (BAUS) translated the Treasure’s million words into English in 1983. We will take up Sutra 43 (Wisdom Paramita) and Sutra 5 (Pure land) at an unhurried pace to allow “text explanation” and “open discussion” in each session. Study facilitators: Mr. Henry Chang, Mr. Wayne Chang, Mr. Bruce Kou, Mr. Gary Link, Mr. Simon Yang. All of whom have been long time students of Mahayana Buddhism. Books are available. Please email library@baus.org to inquire a copy of the book.

Schedule for 2016: Sunday 10:30 am – 11:45 am (at Kuan Yin Hall or the Woo Ju library)

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Date

Content 內容

Place 地點

4/17

Panel discussion: “The origins and general themes of the Mahayana sutras” with Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi and facilitators ** 2pmWoo Ju library和如圖書館

5/1

Sutra 43 (The Sutra of Assembled Treasures) part 1 (pp.387-390 or 1-4) Kuan Yin Hall 觀音殿

5/22

Sutra 43 part 2 (pp. 391-394 or 5-8) Kuan Yin Hall 觀音殿

6/19

Sutra 43 part 3 (pp. 395-398 or 9-12) Woo Ju Library 和如圖書館

7/10

Sutra 43 part 4 (pp. 399-403 or 13-17) Woo Ju Library 和如圖書館

7/24

Sutra 43 part 5 (pp. 404-411 or 18-25) Woo Ju Library 和如圖書館

8/21

Panel Discussion: “The Pure land Mahayana practices” ** 2pmWoo Ju library和如圖書館

10/2

Sutra 5 (The Land of Utmost Bliss) part 1 (pp.339-342) Kuan Yin Hall 觀音殿

10/23

Sutra 5 part 2 (pp.343-345) Kuan Yin Hall 觀音殿

11/6

Sutra 5 part 3 (pp.346-349) Kuan Yin Hall 觀音殿

11/27

Sutra 5 part 4 (pp.350-359) Woo Ju Library 和如圖書館

12/11

Panel Discussion: “Compassion and justice in Humanistic Buddhism” ** 2pmWoo Ju library和如圖書館
  • Date and Place might subject to change, please visit www.baus.org for the latest updates
  • Please contact library@baus.org to receive class notification or acquire a copy of the book.
  • 中文註記:本英文讀書會以研讀大乘經典為主,目前研讀早期大乘佛教最重要的經典之一 ,「大寶積經」。三十年前由美佛會集合一群頂尖的佛教學者專家,以張澄基居士為主編,翻譯了整本49卷的經典,選取22卷出版。本導讀會由學習大乘佛法超過20、30年的張鴻洋居士、張維光居士、苟嘉凌居士、林格‧蓋瑞居士、及楊士慕居士等帶領。讀書會時間為星期日上午10:30到11:45,在觀音殿或圖書館,歡迎您聯繫library@baus.org加入讀書會。建議您除了研讀英文版大寶積經,也可參考印順導師著作「大寶積經講記」及寬謙法師相關開示http://goo.gl/vkheLH

Free Attendance ($10 suggested donation for each class is welcome)

2020 Route 301, Carmel, NY 10512;  (845) 225 -1819, ext 103;  library@baus.org;     WWW.BAUS.ORG

 

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Studying the Buddha’s Words @ CYM (Carmel)

The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha

A Course in the Majjhima Nikaya with Ven. Bhikkhu Bodhi

This will be the concluding segment of our in-depth study of The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha (Wisdom Publications), which has been ongoing since 2010.The class starts at 9:00 am with a 50-minute silent meditation. This is followed at 10 am by a talk on a sutta (teaching of Buddha), which continues until 11:20 am, with time for questions. A discussion period with Ven. Bodhi is held after lunch, from 12:15 to 12:45 pm. Newcomers are welcome.

If you cannot attend the class in person, you can follow the class by live stream at: http://www.ustream.tv/channel/venbodhi. Videos of the class are posted during the following week on Youtube at: https://www.youtube.com/user/venbodhi.

Schedule for June and July 2016

Date Sutta No. Sutta Title Main Topic
June 11

1

The Root of All Things—1 Mental processes of worldlings, trainees, arahants, & Buddha
June 25

1

The Root of All Things—2 Mental processes of worldlings, trainees, arahants, & Buddha
July 9

43

Greater Questions & Answers – 1 Discussion of technical issues: mental factors, meditative states, etc.
July 16

43

Greater Questions & Answers – 2 Discussion of technical issues: mental factors, meditative states, etc.
July 23

43

Greater Questions & Answers – 3 Discussion of technical issues: mental factors, meditative states, etc.

Reference Material: (1) Basic Meditation Guidance ; (2) Sharing the Merits
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/ Past Classes Video Clips

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2016 6/30-7/04 BAUS Chuang Yen Monastery Summer Camp




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Woo Ju Library Magazine Holding List

Library currently carries the following magazines, except for the current issue, the past issues are on 14 days loan.

Title

Publication

Holding since

Alternative Medicine

Bimonthly

2016 April -

Awaken 普覺

Seasonal

2014 May -

Buddhadharma

Seasonal

2015 Summer -

Buddhism Today

Seasonal

2015 Spring/Summer -

Chan

Seasonal

2015 Winter -

Consumer Reports on Health

Monthly

2016 March -

Herb Quarterly

Seasonal

2016 March -

Journal of Indian & Buddhist Studies

Academic Annual

2011 -

Mindful

Bimonthly

2015 June -

Life Extension

Monthly

2016 March -

On Religion

Seasonal

2015 Winter

Parabola

Seasonal

2015 Spring -

Primary Point

Seasonal

2014 Spring -

Religion East & West

Academic Annual

2001 No. 1 -

Scientific American Mind

Bimonthly

2015 March -

SGI Quarterly

Seasonal

2010 January

Shambhala Sun

Bimonthly

2011 November -

Spirituality & Health

Bimonthly

2016 March -

Tricycle

Seasonal

2010 Winter -

Vajra Bodhi Sea 萬佛城

Monthly

2015 January -

The Vegan

Seasonal

2014 Winter -

Veg News

Bimonthly

2016 March -

Urthona Buddhism and the Art

Irregular

2015 No. 31 -

Zen Bow

Seasonal

2009 v.32 no.2 -

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2016 Spring Chinese School

Option 5 (1)

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Learning Buddhism Saturday Morning @ TOE in Bronx

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2016 Four Foundations of Mindfulness Meditation Retreat

01. Dhamma Talk 01_CYM- U.S.A._27-05-2016
02. Q & A 01_CYM-U.S.A._27-05-2016
03. Dhamma Talk 02_CYM-U.S.A._28-05-2016
04. Q & A 02_CYM-U.S.A._28-05-2016
05. Dhamma Talk 03_CYM-U.S.A._29-05-2016
06. Q & A 03_CYM-U.S.A._29-05-2016
07. Dhamma Talk 04_CYM-U.S.A._30-05-2016
08. Q & A 04_CYM-U.S.A._30-05-2016
09. Dhamma Talk 05_CYM-U.S.A._31-05-2016
10. Q & A 05_CYM-U.S.A._31-05-2016
11. Dhamma Talk 06_CYM-U.S.A._01-06-2016
12. Q & A 06_CYM-U.S.A._01-06-2016
13. Dhamma Talk 07_CYM-U.S.A._02-06-2016
14. Q & A 07_CYM-U.S.A._02-06-2016
15. Dhamma Talk 08_CYM-U.S.A._03-06-2016
16. Q & A 08_CYM-U.S.A._03-06-2016
17. Dhamma Talk 09_CYM-U.S.A._04-06-2016
18. Q & A 09_CYM-U.S.A._04-06-2016

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1/1/2016 Interfaith Prayer for World Peace

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2016 Temple of Enlightenment Calendar

2/13/2016 (Sat)
Chinese Lunar New Year Blessing Ceremony 10:00am 新春祈福法會

3/26/2016 (Sat)
Kuan-Yin Bodhisattva’s Birthday Ceremony 10:00am 觀音菩薩聖誕紀念法會

4/9/2016 (Sat)
QinMing Ceremony 10:00am 清明法會

5/14/2016(Sat)
Buddha Day Ceremony 10:00am 浴佛法會

6/24-6/26/2016 (Fri to Sun)
Mindfulness of Breathing 安般念靜心觀

7/23/2016 (Sat)
Kuan-Yin Bodhisattva’s Enlightenment Ceremony 10:00am to 12:00pm 觀音菩薩成道紀念法會

8/13/2016 (Sat)
The Ullambana Ceremony 10:00am to 12:00pm 盂蘭盆供佛齋僧法會

10/15/2016 (Sat)
Kuan-Yin Bodhisattva’s Renunciation Ceremony 10:00am to 12:00pm 觀音菩薩出家紀念法會

12/23-12/25/2016 (Fri to Sun)
Mindfulness of Breathing 安般念靜心觀

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Regular Gatherings:

• Tuesday Evening Mediation: Every Tuesday from 7:00pm to 8:30pm 禪修班: 每星期二晚上七點至八點三十分

• Monday Evening Kung Fu: Every Monday from 6:00pm to 8:00pm 功夫班: 每星期一晚上六點至八點

• Learning Buddhism Class, Every Saturday Morning from 10 a.m.-11:30 am 讀經班:每星期六早上十點至十一點半

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Temple of enlightenment
3070 Albany Crescent, Bronx, NY 10463
Tel:(718) 884-9111
Fax: (718)884-7894
Email: toe@baus.org

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2016 Chuang Yen Monastery Calendar

1/1/2016 (Friday),
Interfaith Prayer 10:00am to 12:00pm 各宗教聯合祈禱世界和平法會

2/8/2016 (Monday),
Chinese Lunar New Year Blessing Ceremony 10:00am to 4:00pm 新春祈福法會

4/3/2016 (Sunday),
Qin Ming Ceremony 9:00am to 5:00pm 清明法會, 啟建三時繫念淨業道場 Three O’Clock Jinian Ceremony

5/1/2016 (Sunday),
Spring Ritual For The Deceased 1:30pm to 4:00pm  春季祭祀安靈法會

5/8/2016 (Sunday),
Buddha’s Birthday, and Mother’s Day Garden Party 10:00am to 3:00pm
浴佛法會暨母親節園遊會

5/26-6/5/2016 (Thursday – Sunday),
10-Day Insight Mediation – Four Foundations of Mindfulness Meditation Retreat  內觀十日禪

6/12/2016 (Sunday),
BAUS Annual General Meeting (BAUS Member Only)  美國佛教會年度會員大會

6/30-7/4/2016 (Thursday – Monday),
Buddhist Summer Camp  佛學夏令營

7/17/2015 (Sunday),
Kuan-Yin Bodhisattva’s Enlightenment Ceremony 10:00am to 12:00pm  觀音菩薩成道紀念法會

8/4-8/7/2016 (Thursday – Sunday)
Origin-Point Therapy Work shop  原始點療法講習

8/14/2016(Sunday),
The Ullambana Ceremony 10:00am to 12:00pm  盂蘭盆供佛齋僧法會

9/2-9/5/2015 (Friday – Monday),
Abhidhamma Study Retreat  阿毗達摩研討會

9/10-9/17/2016 (Tuesday – Sunday),
Emperor Liang Repentance Service 梁皇寶懺法會

10/2/2016 (Sunday),
Fall Ritual For The Deceased 1:30pm to 4:00pm  秋季祭祀安靈法會

10/7 – 10/14/2016 (Friday – Friday)
Practice from Samādhi (Concentration) to Vipassana (Insight) Meditation 止觀禪七-從奢摩他到毗婆舍那之訓練

10/16/2016 (Sunday),
Kuan-Yin Bodhisattva’s Renunciation Ceremony 10:00am to 12:00pm  觀音菩薩出家紀念法會

11/4-11/6/2016 (Friday – Sunday),
Giving 8 Precepts 八關齋戒

11/19-11/26/2016 (Saturday – Saturday),
Patriarch Chan Meditation – Chan School of Buddhism  中國-祖師禪修

12/23-12/30/2016 (Friday – Friday),
7-Day Amitabha Pure Land Retreat 佛七

• The monastery opens from 9:00am to 5:00pm except during the period of winter closing 1/2 to 3/31. 寺院開放時間9:00am-5:00pm,1/2至3/31封山不對外開放。

• The monastery opens on 2/7 Chinese New Year Eve & 2/8 Chinese New Year Day from 9:00am to 5:00pm and lunch will be served to the public. 農曆新年除夕和初一2/7, 2/8 9:00am-5:00pm開放給信眾參訪,供應午齋。

• From April 1st to December 31st, we will be open from 9 am to 5 pm daily.  Meditation and Dharma talks will be given on Saturdays and Sundays, Kung Fu Class.  For detailed information, please visit our website:www.baus.org.  週六、週日舉辦不定期的佛法講座及靜坐、功夫課程,請參考佈告欄或查詢本會網站www.baus.org。

• The summer camp counselor s’ training will be on June 18th & 19th, June 25th & 26th.

• The monastery preserves the rights to make any changes on the programs, please check the posters published on our website. www.baus.org. 莊嚴寺保留更改的權力,所有活動日期以本寺網站公告之海報為準

Chuang Yen Monastery
2020 Route 301, Carmel, NY 10512
Tel: (845)228-4288 Fax: (845)228-4283 Email: cym@baus.org

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11/22/2015 (Sun) 1:30 – 4 pm Ven. Suddhaso “Daily Application of the Four Noble Truths”


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11/25-11/29/2015 5-Day Four Sublime Abiding Meditation Retreat


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Prior Ven. Pure, 2015 -

She was born in Taiwan, city of Kee-Lung and became the nun in Sun-she Grand-View Temple in 1985.
Studied in Ching-Chueh Buddhist College from 1986 to 1989.
Was learning the process of academic and administrative work in Buddhist college between 1990 and 1996.
Studied Lotus Sutra from Ven. Sheng-Ming in NY CYM in 1997.
Has become formal resident sangha in Chunag Yen Monastery since April 1998 till now.

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Rare Buddhist Text donate to the BAUS

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On Sunday August 23rd, 2015, the World Fotu Foundation, on behalf of Yunju (Cloud-dwelling) Buddhist Temple, Beijing, China, is offering the sacred text of “FangShan Stone Tripitaka Sutra” to Woo Ju Memorial Library. Richard Ke, PhD., who will be presenting the thirty-volume set, says “We admired Dr. C.T. Shen’s contribution to Buddhism very much. We hope to donate this set to memorialize and pay tribute to his effort, as well his work for Woo Ju Library. We only chose the Buddhist Association of the United States (BAUS) and United Nations to donate this set of canon in America, during this trip from China.”

Yunju Temple is one of the most revered sanctuaries of the UNESCO World Heritage sites. It is well-known because of its extensive stone-engravings. This priceless treasure of humanity has lasted a thousand years, and is sure to benefit future generations. It is a mark of perseverance and quiet dedication of the human spirit.

In 605 A.D., the sutras began to be engraved by the monk Jing Wan. Wan had a vision to preserve Buddhist text from destruction, he determined that the Buddhist text should be carved into stone. He was in Beijing Fangshan (the current site of Yunju Temple). After Jing Wan’s death, his students carried forward the work, from generation to generation, and went through Tang, Song, Liao, Jin, Yuan, and Ming dynasties, lasting a thousand years. Some 1122 books and 3,572 volumes of Buddhist sutras were inscribed on 14,278 stone tablets! Those tablets were originally hidden in the nine grottoes in the Shijing Mountain.

Other than the United Nations, this gift is only available at the Buddhist Association of the United States, Carmel, New York. The texts will be on view in Woo Ju Memorial Library, in addition to the complete Pali Canons, and the Mahayana Tripitaka. Woo Ju Library opens on Saturday and Sunday from 10 am to 5 pm. It provides great loaned Buddhism reading & audio-video material. Material can be borrowed for three weeks. Feel free to talk to the librarian for recommendations of Buddhist material.

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9/4 – 9/7/2015 (Fri. – Mon.) Abhidhamma Study Retreat


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The Ullambana Ceremony 8/23 @ CYM, 8/29 @TOE

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5/16 – 5/24/2015 8-Day Four Sublime Abiding Meditation Retreat


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