A Weekend of Practice with Narayan Liebenson (Online & In Person)
An event every day that begins at 9:00 am, repeating until April 17, 2022
This is a 2 day non-residential retreat, Saturday April 16 – Sunday, April 17. At this time we do not know if this will be hybrid (in-person & online) or only online. Just in case this retreat is offered in-person, we are asking all registrants to please choose your preference of in-person or online during registration.
More info and retreat description to come!
Narayan Helen Liebenson finds it a joy and a privilege to share the Buddha’s teachings with all who are interested. She serves as an IMS guiding teacher, and has been a guiding teacher of the Cambridge Insight Meditation Center since its inception in 1985.
Her training over the past forty years includes study in the United States and in Asia with meditation masters in the Theravada, Zen, and Tibetan traditions. She was a student of the late Chan master Sheng Yen for over ten years. Asked by Master Sheng Yen to teach, Narayan decided to integrate her understanding of Zen into her already existing Vipassana lineage.
Narayan is the author and illustrator of a small book titled Life as Meditation, and for many years wrote a meditator’s advice column in Buddhadharma magazine. Her latest book, The Magnanimous Heart, was published by Wisdom Publications in January, 2019.
If you have a question for the teacher or about this event, please send it to [email protected].
A zoom link and all information about joining this event will be sent to everyone who registers.