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March-April 2020: Practitioners in the Chan Dharma Community shared their practice reflection on Chan Practice in a Pandemic in the form of photos and poems.
March 2020: Weekly Online Dharma Practice Gathering with Rebecca Li was offered to support practitioners of the Chan Dharma Community during the covid-19 outbreak. Resources to support practitioners were compiled, including guided meditation recordings to help practitioners with their sitting meditation.
December 2019: Practitioners in the Chan Dharma Community gathered on zoom on December 11 for the first session of Monthly Online Dharma Study with Rebecca Li to discuss the cultivation of unconditional kindness as a form of generosity.
November 2019: Practitioners in the Chan Dharma Community began registering for a new practice opportunity “Monthly Online Dharma Study with Rebecca Li” starting December 11.
May 2019: Practitioners in the Chan Dharma Community shared their practice reflection on Quiet Joy in the month of May as a way to connect with the practice in their daily life.
April 5-7, 2019: Brian Pilecki began his training as retreat supervisor in the Foundation Retreat at DDRC. He has been training as retreat timekeeper with Dr. Rebecca Li.
December 2018: Practitioners in the Chan Dharma Community responded to Dr. Rebecca Li’s invitation to share their photos and reflections on Gratitude.
9/10/2018: First online Dharma course started its first week of class. The title of this course is “Giving Rise to the Bodhi Mind.” Course participants will practice with what they learn each week and share their experience in two online gatherings.
May 2018: Practitioners in the Chan Dharma Community responded to Dr. Rebecca Li’s invitation to share their photos and reflections on Simple Beauty in the month of May as they maintain their practice in daily life.
3/24/2018: Chan practitioners joined other Buddhists around New York City to March For Our Lives.
2/3/2018: Chan Dharma Community’s founder, Dr. Rebecca Li, addressed 200 Buddhists around New York City at Union Theological Seminary to discuss how Buddhists can be more engaged in current affairs. Buddhist Actions Coalition was formed after the gathering and Chan Dharma Community is one of the active participants in the coalition.