Mountain Lamp is a rural practice center located on 115 acres of meadows, lakes and forest lands nestled in the foothills of the North Cascade Mountains. It is a place of serenity and refuge which embraces the path of an engaged Buddhist practice in the traditions of Robert Aitken Roshi and Thich Nhat Hanh. We offer day events, group and individual retreats and hold a year-round daily practice schedule.
Zen Weekend Retreat (October 16 - 18) with Jack Duffy. The retreat will include zazen, personal interviews and two dharma talks on the Jewel Mirror of Dongshan during the weekend. The Jewel Mirror is referred to in Ross Bolleter's excellent book, Five Ranks, and the sutra can also be found in the Mountain Lamp sutra book if you'd like to 'study' ahead of the talks. Find more information here. Download the registration form here.
Recitation of the Fourteen Mindfulness Trainings (November 7). A community gathering at 5pm to recite the 14 Mindfulness Trainings, followed by a vegetarian potluck supper.
Winter Bones Rohatsu Sesshin (November 28 - December 6) with Jack Duffy.
Day of Quiet Practice (December 12) from 10am-5pm. The day will include a dharma talk by Eileen Kiera, personal interviews, and walking, sitting and working practice. We will enjoy a vegetarian potluck lunch together.
(All events take place at Mountain Lamp.)
October 16 - 18: Zen Weekend Retreat with Jack Duffy November 7: Recitation of the Fourteen Mindfulness Trainings November 28 - December 6: Retreat: Winter Bones Rohatsu Sesshin with Jack Duffy December 12: Quiet Day of Practice with Eileen Kiera (including Recitation of the Fourteen Mindfulness Trainings)