Understanding the Feminine Principle in Our Times
with Judith Simmer-Brown
February 17 / 3:30 PM - February 17 / 5:30 PM
All Are Welcome!
The feminine principle is one of the most illusive, yet central, topics to Tibetan Buddhism. Acharya Judith Simmer-Brown will offer a public talk on Understanding the Feminine Principle in Our Times. Acharya Simmer-Brown is a foremost scholar on the feminine principle and author of the book Dakini's Warm Breath: The Feminine Principle in Tibetan Buddhism.
Dr. Simmer-Brown is core faculty at Naropa University, where she is a Distinguished Professor of Contemplative and Religious Studies and was a founding faculty member since 1978. She also serves on the steering committee of the American Academy of Religion's Contemplative Studies Group, and she is on the Board of the Society of Buddhist-Christian Studies. She lectures and writes on American Buddhism, women and Buddhism, interreligious dialogue, and contemplative education.
Please register so we can get a count of the number of participants. Note that the talk is free and open to the public. Donations and teacher gifts also are welcome.