How to cultivate a loving heart A-Z: One Day Teaching

02aug10:0017:00How to cultivate a loving heart A-Z: One Day TeachingLearning the ancient meditation practice of seven point cause and effect and exchanging oneself with others.


(Fredag) 10:00 - 17:00(GMT+02:00)

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Following on the theme of the public talk Venerable Robina will again stress the importance of developing a loving kindness as a way to promote inner and outer health and wellbeing. Looking more deeply at the importance of living an ethical life as a way to reduce negative emotions and cater for a more positive outlook. She will during this day more specifically explain the ancient meditation practice of seven point cause and effect and exchanging oneself with others, as a way to cultivate the enlightened mind Bodhicitta which is essential in order to progress towards a more long lasting happiness and fulfillment.


10.00-11.15 Prayers and teaching
11.15-11.30 Break
11.30-12.30 Teaching
12.30-14.00 Lunch
14.00-15.15 Teaching
15.15-15.45 Break
15.45-17.00 Teaching and dedication



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  • Venerable Robina Courtin

    Venerable Robina Courtin

    Venerable Robina Courtin, Australian-born Buddhist nun with a powerhouse personality. Her history has been one of extremes – from life as a hippie to self-declared communist to feminist before she was drawn to Buddhism.

    Having initially trained as a classical singer she moved to London in 1967, where she lived for four years and became actively involved in the radical left, working mainly with a London-based support group for black and Chicano prisoners. In the early ’70s she became involved in feminist activism and returned to Melbourne in 1972 to work with other radical feminists. In her quest for a spiritual path, Robina also began studying martial arts, first in New York in 1974 and then back in Melbourne in 1976.

    Later in 1976 Robina attended a Tibetan Buddhist course in Queensland and in November 1977 she traveled to Kopan Monastery in Kathmandu, Nepal for further studies and became a student of Lama Yeshe. In 1978 she was ordained as a Buddhist nun in Dharamsala, India.

    ”When I met Buddhism I felt like I had found something I had lost, because, from a karmic point of view, it was something I’d had before, in previous lives. When I heard it again, it was like coming home.”