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The Gradual and Complete Path to Enlightenment with Ven. Robina (Online)

We are incredibly happy to have the opportunity to learn about the Gradual and Complete Path to Enlightenment (Lam Rim) for the next three months with Ven. Robina Courtin.

WHEN: Thursdays, 7. January –  25. March, 19.00 – 21.00
WHERE: Online
Beginner – Advanced

Please note that registration is required. We would like to make sure that we have enough space for everyone in the Zoom session! 


“Everyone can achieve Buddhahood, the total cessation of delusions and the completion of all realizations. This is the very meaning of the word, Buddha.”
Lama Zopa Rinpoche

In this three month course, Venerable Robina Courtin will teach Lam Rim as presented by the 14th century Tibetan scholar Lama Tsongkhapa. Lam Rim is the crown jewel teachings that explain the gradual and complete path to buddhahood. It lays out key buddhist philosophical points in a systemic and gradual way based on the capacities and motivations of the practitioners.

The course will cover topics on birth, death & rebirth, karma, samsara, nirvana, spiritual friends, compassion and wisdom as well as skillful methods to take any sincere meditator from the beginning to the end along the path to enlightenment. The course will be based on a manual prepared by Venerable Robina called ” A very simple presentation of the Lam Rim”. Ven. Robina will lead and walk us along this path to enlightenment. In her own words, the teachings starts with what’s important for those in junior school, and take us all the way to the postgraduate school. The course is suitable for anyone interested in getting a complete overview on the buddhist path as presented by Tibetan Mahayana, beginners are welcome.

About the Teacher

VRC 80x100 no backgroundVen. 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  online (via Paypal, Twint or E-Banking).

Language: Teaching and guided meditation in English.

Level: Beginner to Advanced.

Registration: REGISTER HERE


March 25


19:00 - 21:00



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