Prajñā Paramitā Retreat – Ways of Practicing

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Besides reciting, studying, meditating and thinking about the Prajñā Paramitā, there are other experiential ways to practice it.

One way of practicing the Prajñā Paramitā is to recite the famous mantra at the end of the Heart Sutra. The recording here is of that recitation. Enjoy!

Another is to do calligraphy of the Sanskrit letter “A” (pronounced ah). [todo: get pictures of the calligraphy practice we did].

 

About Nomon Tim Burnett

Spiritual Director and Zen priest Nomon Tim Burnett has been a student of Zoketsu Norman Fischer since 1987 when he was a resident at San Francisco Zen Center's Green Gulch Farm. After sitting practice periods at Green Gulch and Tassajara Zen Monastery, Tim helped found the Bellingham Zen Practice Group in 1991. Tim was ordained as a Zen Priest by Norman in 2000 and received Dharma Transmission in July, 2011. A person of wide-ranging professional interests, Tim has been a botanist, carpenter, elementary school teacher, writer, and computer programmer. In addition to his work at the Spiritual Director of Red Cedar Zen Community, Tim is Executive Director of Mindfulness Northwest.
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