The Six Perfections: Three evenings with Venerable Robina Courtin, who will join us live via Zoom.
WHEN: Tuesdays, 19.00 – 21.00
WHERE: Online and at Lhagsam Tibetan Meditation
The course will be offered at Lhagsam Tibetan Meditation center for all those who are able to come and will also be offered online for those who are unable to come in person.
Please note that registration is required for both Zoom and onsite participants. We would like to make sure that we have enough space for everyone in the Zoom session and at Lhagsam location.
The practice of all the bodhisattvas is to arouse bodhicitta,
So as to bring freedom to all sentient beings, infinite in number.
For how can true happiness ever be found while our mothers,
Who have cared for us throughout the ages, endure such pain?
– Gyelse Tokme Zangpo
The Bodhisattva Path is the path of the Mahayana Buddhists. A Bodhisattva vows to work towards reaching the enlightened state of mind for the benefit of all sentient beings and leaves no one behind. They work tirelessly for others. It might sound like a tiring job, but why aren’t they tired? and is it even realistic to take up such a task? Our beloved teacher Ven. Robina Courtin, a living Budhisattva, answered our requests and will give teachings on the Fearless Path of Bodhisattvas. Everyone is welcome to join us.
“The perfections are the practices of bodhisattvas, holy beings who have completely renounced the self; they have transcended selfish concerns and cherish only others. Each perfection is perfect, flawless. Each arises from bodhichitta and is supported by the other perfections, including the wisdom of emptiness. Because of that, a bodhisattva generates infinite merit every moment, whether outwardly engaged in working for others or not. A bodhisattva’s bodhichitta never stops.” —Lama Zopa Rinpoche
About the Teacher
Ven. Robina Courtin, Australian-born Buddhist nun with a powerhouse personality has been a buddhist nun for nearly 40 years. Well known for her work with people in prisons, Ven. Robina’s life and work is the subject of the award-winning documentary ‘Chasing Buddha‘. She teaches full time around the world at the centers of her teachers’ organization, the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPMT). Read more.
Cost: Suggested donation is 10 – 20 CHF. No one will be turned away due to lack of funds. You can donate upon arrival or online (via Paypal, Twint or E-Banking).
Language: Teaching and guided meditation in English.
Level: Beginner. Everybody is welcome to join.
Note: People with severe mental sicknesses should consult their own personal medical doctors with respect to attending this course or not.
Registration: REGISTER HERE