The Nature of Mind with Robina Courtin at Chenrezig Institute, QLD
Saturday 5th November 9am – Sunday 6th 4:30pm
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What we're dealing with in practicing a spiritual path is the mind, so it is important to have an understanding of what this is. This teaching looks at how our mind shapes our experiences and the ways you can use the Buddhist teachings to work with your mind.
Venerable Robina's teachings are often challenging, hard-hitting, serious, funny, visceral, inspiring, and empowering. She specialises in applying the wisdom of Tibetan Buddhism to contemporary urban life.
Robina has been a Buddhist nun for 33 years and is renowned throughout the world for her unique way of teaching. Born in Australia, an award-winning film, Chasing Buddha, documents her life and includes her work the Liberation Prison Project. She is one of the subjects of an ABC Television Australian Story, Vicki Mackenzie's Why Buddhism? and a film by Christine Lundberg, On the Road Home.
Facility Fee $120
10% discount for FPMT members and concession card holders. Accommodation and meals available separately Bookings essential!