The name “Yong Maeng Jong Jin” is Korean which literally means “valorous or intrepid concentration”, paraphrased “to leap like a tiger while sitting”. In the west, it is a short silent retreat of two to seven days involving thirteen hours of formal meditation practice a day. Participants follow a schedule of bowing, sitting, chanting, eating, and working, with an emphasis on sitting meditation. Beginners must have been completed the introductory course before attending to this activity.
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