Living in community as Dharma practice: A talk to Tibetan nuns

Print Friendly, PDF & Email

A talk with Q and A to Tibetan to the nuns at Jangchub Choeling Nunnery in Mundgod, India. The talk took place two days before the ceremony for the first Geshe-ma degrees awarded to nuns. In English with Tibetan translation.

  • Working and living with others at the monastery is part of Dharma practice
  • Senior nuns as mentors for young nuns
  • Teaching lay people
  • Taking advantage of the precious opportunity to learn the Dharma
  • Questions
    • What do the Abbey nuns teach in the lay community?
    • Why did you become a nun?
    • What was your biggest personal challenge as a nun?
    • What is the difference between Buddhism and your former religion?
    • What is the relationship between you and your students?
    • How do you teach when you teach those of other religions?

Living in community as Dharma practice: A talk to Tibetan nuns (download)

Find more on these topics: , ,