Buddhist women in the West

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A talk given at the Rudolf Steiner Haus in Hamburg, Germany, organized by the Tibetan Center Hamburg. The teachings are in English with German translation.

  • Three stages of experience as a Western nun in Tibetan culture
  • The ways in which there is more freedom as a Western Buddhist nun
  • The challenge of adapting Buddhism to the West without altering the teachings
  • Gender equality—the Buddha didn’t want only half the population to gain awakening
  • The role and importance of the monastic community
  • The importance of the lay community
  • Book launch for the German translation of Living with an Open Heart

Buddhist women in the West and book launch (download)

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