Sunday, November 17, 2013

Robin Courtin - Awakening our Hearts in the World (2 Parts)

From the Interdependence Project, this two-part podcast features the VenRobina Courtin, founder of the Liberation Prison Project, an effort to bring the dharma to prisoners. She was raised Catholic but has been a nun in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition since 1977. In this podcast, she discusses how to engage our practice without surrendering to anger or clinging to "right and wrong."

Robin Courtin - Awakening our Hearts in the World - Part 1 of 2


Submitted by Darren Dyke on Sat, 11/16/2013



In this special podcast, Ven. Robina Courtin discusses how to engage our practice without surrendering to anger or clinging to "right and wrong". We were thrilled to host this global activist, renowned teacher, and Tibetan nun for her second visit to The Interdependence Project in September 2012.

Ven. Robina returns to IDP on December 11, 2013. Details and tickets are available at this link. The talk will be podcasted for our remote listeners.

Robina Courtin was born in Melbourne, Australia, and brought up as a Catholic. Since 1977, she has lived as a Buddhist nun in the Tibetan tradition, traveling, teaching, and bringing the Dharma to people around the world, including prisoners via The Liberation Prison Project, which she founded. More information and schedule: http://robinacourtin.com/

This podcast is provided by the generosity of listeners like you. Become a Member or make a contribution to support this and other initiatives by The Interdependence Project.

You may subscribe to IDP's podcasts at this link or via iTunes at this link.



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Robin Courtin - Awakening our Hearts in the World - Part 2 of 2

 
In this special podcast, Ven. Robina Courtin, discusses how to engage our practice without surrendering to anger or clinging to "right and wrong".  We were thrilled to host this global activist, renowned teacher, and Tibetan nun for her second visit to The Interdependence Project in September 2012. 
Ven. Robina returns to IDP on December 11, 2013.  Details and tickets are available at this link.  The talk will be podcasted for our remote listeners. 
Robina Courtin was born in Melbourne, Australia, and brought up as a Catholic.  Since 1977, she has lived as a Buddhist nun in the Tibetan tradition, traveling, teaching, and bringing the Dharma to people around the world, including prisoners via The Liberation Prison Project, which she founded. More information and schedule:  http://robinacourtin.com/ 
This podcast is provided by the generosity of listeners like you.  Become a Member or make a contribution to support this and other initiatives by The Interdependence Project. 
You may subscribe to IDP's podcasts at this link or via iTunes at this link. 
 Audio File Download (right-click and "Save Link As...")

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