Event: Online Zoom Q & A with Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo.
Organized by: Edinburgh International Centre for Spirituality and Peace, EICSP, Scottish Charity, SC038996.
Chair: Sister Ajahn Candasiri.
Date: Saturday 30 October 2021.
Time: 2pm-3.30pm (UK time).
Event Description: Participants will be able to submit one short question in advance of the event, and from the questions submitted Jetsunma will select some questions that she wishes to respond to.
Inevitably, only a fraction of the questions submitted will be able to be addressed in the time available.
However, everyone participating will be able to hear Jetsunma's replies to all questions selected for response.
Donations offered from the event will go towards supporting the work of Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery and EICSP, and there is also a donation option with the Paypal booking option for those who may wish to make a donation.
Biog: Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo is a renowned Buddhist teacher, popular worldwide for her warm, clear and down-to-earth presentation of the Dharma and its application in daily life.
Born in London, she travelled to India in 1964 and soon after, at the age of 21, she took ordination as a Tibetan Buddhist nun.
The inspiring story of her life, including 12 years of secluded retreat in a Himalayan cave, is the subject of a well-known biography, Cave in the Snow.
She has written two books Into the Heart of Life and Reflections on a Mountain Lake.
In 2008 Tenzin Palmo was given the title of Jetsunma, which means Venerable Master, by His Holiness the Twelfth Gyalwang Drukpa, Head of her lineage, in honour of her achievements.
Jetsunma is the founder and abbess of Dongyu Gatsal Ling Nunnery in Northern India.
Cost: Donations Welcome. For a Registration Form (only required if donating by cheque):
NB: There will be no refund if you cancel your booking.
If you book and can no longer participate, then you can transfer your booking to someone else only on agreement with the organizer in advance.
NB: Zoom event details will be emailed out to everyone who has booked on Wednesday 27 October 2021.