If one cannot accept the allocation of the room and seating in meditation hall by temple personnel, please do not register or report for the retreat.
This year, the temple does not have a sick bay. Those who do not report about their mental and/or physical illness, risk being asked to leave the premise when discovered.
During the meditation retreat, all must obey the strict ban on speech and completely and strictly follow the rules of the meditation hall and the retreat schedule.
During the meditation retreat, all must learn, accept and practise the meditation method taught by the leading monk of the retreat.
During the meditation retreat, all are not allowed to use electronic communication devices and items such as mobile phones, tablets, and laptops, must be handed over to temple personnel for safekeeping.
Those who are suffering from mental and/or severe illness must tell the temple personnel and cannot conceal the truth.
All arrangement of rooms, bunks, meditation hall seating, lunch hall seating and food will have to follow the instructions of the deacons.
Personal valuable items such passports, air-tickets, camera, cash, credit cards, etc. must be handled to temple personnel for safekeeping. Otherwise, the temple will not be responsible for loss, damage or other happenings and their extended issues.
Do not wear clothing and trousers that will make noise so as not to disturb others.
For those who are unable to follow or break the above rules, the Deacon Committee of the Meditation Hall of our temple will issue punishment according to the severity of the offence. The most severe punishment will be that of being instructed to leave the meditation hall and the mountain.
For safety consideration of all participants, our temple has purchased Taiwan Accident Insurance for all and the insurance premium is payable during registration. The insurance premium according to the number of days of participation is as follows: