Buddhist Nun Venerable Robina Courtin at Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre

Buddhist Nun Venerable Robina Courtin at Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre


Posted 2016-04-13 by Vanessafollow

Tue 10 May 2016 - Sun 15 May 2016

Venerable Robina Courtin, acclaimed western Tibetan Buddhist nun and teacher, is returning to Brisbane to speak and teach at Camp Hill's Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre from the 10th to 15th May 2016.Through this special series of public lectures and interactive workshops, Venerable Robina will show us how we can use basic Buddhist philosophy to have compassion for ourselves and for others; to find inner peace so that we free ourselves from regret and guilt; and live with meaning in 21st century Australia."What Buddha is saying is that we have this incredible potential, if we have the courage to look inside," she says.Venerable Robina – seen on TV as a guest on Q&A and Judith Lucy's Spiritual Journey and featured in the award-winning film Chasing Buddha – is famous for her down to earth and engaging approach. Her inimitable teaching style is direct, compassionate and humorous. "We love hosting Venerable Robina's talks and workshops at Langri Tangpa Centre – her warm, wise teaching is a powerful introduction to Buddhism for so many western audiences," says Jane Willis, director of Langri Tangpa Centre.
Venerable Robina Courtin, a nun in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition for over 35 years, was born in Melbourne and raised a Catholic. Venerable Robina's life and work have included involvement in the radical left and feminist politics, martial arts training, and serving as a personal bodyguard to HH the 14th Dalai Lama. She founded the Liberation Prison Project in the USA, which takes care of the spiritual needs of prisoners, including many on death row.An extraordinary woman with boundless energy and charisma, her style when teaching the Dharma is sparklingly clear, direct and compassionate.
All are welcome to attend the following events at Langri Tangpa Buddhist Centre this May. Evening Public TalksWe Can't Help Others If We Can't Help OurselvesTuesday 10 May, 7pm - Suggested donation of $20/$10Courageous CompassionThursday 12 May, 7pm - Suggested donation of $20/$10These public talks are for Buddhists and non-Buddhists. Doors open at 6 pm (be early to get a good seat). You are also invited to enjoy tea and biscuits before and after the talks and can browse the bookshop and ask the friendly volunteers for recommendations.Weekend 1-Day WorkshopsThe Workshop is in the MindSaturday 14 May, 9am-4pmThere's No Karma We Can't ChangeSunday 15 May, 9am-4pmTea and coffee provided as part of the workshop (please BYO lunch). Bookings are recommended with the suggested donation of $110/$80 per workshop. Phone: (07) 3398 3310 or email [email protected] to reserve a seat.
All events will be held at Langri Tangpa Centre, a teaching and meditation centre in the Tibetan Buddhist tradition that has provided a friendly and supportive environment for almost 35 years. The centre is located in Camp Hill and is easily accessible by public transport.The centre offers classes in meditation, yoga, dealing with destructive emotions, introduction to Buddhism, and regular teachings with touring Tibetan Lamas and western teachers.For more information what's on and how to book, please visit www.langritangpa.org.au

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