An Afternoon-Plus Retreat with Sensei Al Fusho Rapaport

To Support your practice, in any tradition, with “Zen Dialogue”

1 pm to 6 pm, Saturday, November 14, 2015. Please come by 12:45.  NOTE: This Retreat is at a different time than the usual retreat times

Plymouth Meeting Friends, 2150 Butler Pike, Plymouth Meeting, PA

What to Bring:
We will be sitting in chairs but if you prefer a cushion, please bring your own. PBA will supply tea, coffee and snacks. As this retreat STARTS AT 1PM, we will not have lunch, though we will have a break. We suggest voluntary dana of $25 to $50 (according to your means) for our teacher. No one will be turned away.

No pre-registration is required.

About the Retreat:
This year Sensei Al brings us a very different experience to support our spiritual growth. Zen Dialogue is a process of working with aspects of the personality that may block our energy, happiness and spiritual development. It teaches us how to discover and dialogue with aspects of the self (called “voices”) for clearer awareness in our practice and daily lives. Sensei has made Zen Dialogue a regular part of student work at his Open Mind Zen Center in Melbourne, Florida because he has found that this work offers a large advantage to students’ progress, no matter their specific practice. For more information, you are welcome to contact Sensei Al at .(321) 427-3511 or

About the Teacher:

Sensei Al has trained in variations of Hal and Sidra Stone’s Voice Dialogue, the basis of Zen Dialogue, and has practiced and taught the technique for almost 20 years .He began Zen practice in 1975 with Kozan Kimura Roshi, and also studied with Sasaki Roshi before moving to Zen Center of Los Angeles in 1977. At ZCLA he studied with Maezumi Roshi, Bernie Roshi and Genpo Roshi, and received Dharma Transmission from Shuzen Sensei in 2008


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