International Winter Retreat (Kyol Che) at Mu Sang Sa in Korea
November 10, 2011 – February 6, 2012
Kyol Che means “Tight Dharma,” and the day begins at 3:00 a.m. when we rise to practice 108
prostrations, chanting, sitting meditation, formal meals and working. We observe silence throughout the retreat. The schedule is intensive and includes 10 hours of formal practice and activity every day.
Please read the following carefully as it forms the basis of your participation in the retreat.
Mu Sang Sa is located on an energy point of Gye Ryong Mountain which is renowned for its strong mystical energy in Korea. The nearest city is Daejeon in Chung-nam province, 2 ½ hours south of Seoul by car.
Zen Master’s Dae Bong and Dae Jin Sunim’s will be the Guiding Teachers for the Kyol Che and
will give weekly Dharma talks and regular kong-an interviews.
* You may only enter on the following entry dates.
November 2011 : 8 (to join the start of the retreat), 19
December 2011 : 3, 17, 24 (intensive week),
January 2012 : 14, 28
You may leave on any Saturday after lunch.
You will find the application form here.
Please contact temple office for more information.
Gye Ryong San International Zen Center
Chung-nam, Kyeryong-shi Eomsa-myon , Hyanghan-ri 452-13
South Korea 321-935
Ph: +82-42-841 6084 Fax: +82-42-841 1202
www.musangsa.org e-mail. firstname.lastname@example.org
Yours In the Dharma,