On Line Course Impermanence and Death with Ven. robina

PRACTICAL DATA

Modality:  Zoom On line.

Schelude:

-Saturday 28th from 16h to 18h and de 19h to 21h
-Sunday 29th from 16h to 18h and de 19h to 21h

Imparted by: Ven. Robina

Donation: 50€

 

To achieve more happiness for oneself and for others, it is important to understand our mind, understand how we perceive the world around us and see what reality is real. We need to be more emotionally intelligent.

Explore the dying process and its impact on how we live life. Be guided in skilful reflection on the meaning of the death and what to expect at the time of death. This way, fulfill your purpose in life, resolve conflicts, and develop
the skills to help yourself and others in the moment of death. Eventually, through Buddhist practice, one can overcome the death.

Biography

Robina Courtin (1944-Melbourne) received a Catholic education and in her youth was interested in becoming a Carmelite nun.

She lived in London during the 1960s. She became a feminist activist and activist for prisoners’ rights in the early 1970s. After living in New York, she returned to Melbourne, Australia.

In 1976 she attended a Buddhist course lead by Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa in Queensland, which was a life changing experience.

In 1978 she was ordained as Tibetan Buddhist nun in the Gelugpa tradition at the Tushita Dharamsala center, working full time ever since for her teachers Lama Yeshe and Lama Zopa. Over the years she has served as editor of Wisdom Publications, editor of Mandala Magazine, executive director of Liberation Prison Project and has been teaching Buddhist teachings around the world.

Programación horaria

Saturday 28th December

1st Afternoon Session -
16h - 18h
2nd Afternoon Session -
19h - 21h

Sunday 29th December

1st Afternoon Session -
16h - 18h
2nd Afternoon Session -
19h - 21h

Fecha

28 - 29 Nov 2020

Coste

50€
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