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Vipassana Retreat 2018: The Wings to Awakening

  • Ecumenical Buddhist Society 1516 West 3rd Street Little Rock, AR, 72201 United States (map)

September 14-16
Vipassana Retreat

The Wings to Awakening, balancing wisdom and compassion.

(More details to follow on the retreat theme....)

During the weekend, there will be alternating periods of sitting and walking meditation, and time for questions. Also each participant will have the opportunity to have a conference with one of the teachers to explore how the retreat is going and how their meditation practice is unfolding in their life.

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FREE Public Talk/Meditation
Friday, September 14: 7:00-8:45 p.m.

Vipassana Meditation Retreat
Saturday, Sept.15: 8:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.
Sunday, Sept. 16:   8:30 a.m.-noon

NOTE: Please bring a vegetarian sack lunch on Saturday.

Location for both talk and retreat: EBS Meditation Hall

Retreat cost: There is a sliding scale based on ability to pay.

Minimum amount is $70.       Suggested amount is $120.

Scholarships: To request a scholarship, please email

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If paying by check, please make your check out to the Ecumenical Buddhist Society and indicate Vipassana Retreat.  Mail your payment to:

Ecumenical Buddhist Society
ATTN: Vipassana Retreat
PO Box 561
Little Rock, AR  72203

About the Teachers:

Terry Furstenau has been a member of the Show Me Dharma sangha since 2001 and on the teachers council since 2004. He has led Insight Dialogue and Dharma Contemplation groups for the sangha. His teachings reflect retreat experience and study with Eastern and Western Vipassana teachers, Advaita Vedanta, Dzogchen, Insight Dialogue and the non-dual teachings of Adyashanti, Richard Miller and Matt Flickstein.

Joe McCormack has practice insight meditation since 1995. He has been a member of the Show Me Dharma Teachers Council since 2002. Joe leads an insight meditation group and has taught insight meditation to prison inmate since 1998. His teachers include Ginny Morgan, Phil Jones, and Matthew Flickstein. In his dharma instruction, Joe draws from Theravada Buddhist teachings, Zen and Dzogchen practice, Advaita teachings, and the Diamond Approach.