Mitra Karl Teaching in Vancouver, BC on Songs of Realization by Female Mahasiddhas

Friday, February 7 to Sunday, February 9, 2020

Many Buddhists are familiar with the life story and songs of realization of the great Tibetan yogi, Milarepa. The songs by his Indian predecessors are less well known but equally profound and inspiring.

But even less known are the life stories and songs of their numerous female counterparts. Many such songs were uttered spontaneously, and many betray unconventional if not outrageous thinking and conduct.

To learn more about this weekend event at Nalandabodhi Vancouver, please read here.

About the teacher
Mitra Karl Brunnhölzl originally trained as a physician before becoming a Buddhist translator and teacher. His studies included Buddhist and Tibetan language training, Tibetology, Buddhology, and Sanskrit. Since 1989 Karl has served as a translator, interpreter, and dharma teacher in Europe, India, North America, and Nepal. He is the author and translator of several Buddhist books, including The Center of the Sunlit Sky, The Heart Attack Sutra, and A Lullaby to Awaken the Heart.

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