Buddhist Leadership & The Medicine Buddha – Ep. 237
Introducing the iconography of the Medicine Buddha used to train Tibetan Buddhist medical practitioners , Robert A.F. Thurman explores the foundations of Buddhism and the role of leadership within the Buddha’s non-violent revolutionary philosophy.
Opening with a short history of Buddhist medicine and Sowa Rigpa (Tibetan Science of Healing, Professor Thurman gives a teaching on the Buddhist perspective on leadership for individuals and communities facing conflict and hoping to create sustainable change.
Podcast includes discussions of: the value of creative and humorous rudeness, the role of women’s anger in creating change and an overview of the Buddhist concept of selflessness.
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Buddhist Leadership & The Medicine Buddha – Ep. 237 of the Bob Thurman Podcast is an excerpt from University of Richmond’s Jepson Leadership Forum talk “Conflict Between and Within: A Buddhist Perspective” in 2014.
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