Meg Gawler

Meg Gawler

Meg Gawler began practicing Buddhism in 1968 as a disciple of the Zen Master, Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, including over three years of monastic training. She earned a Master’s in Applied Ecology, moved to France, pursued an international career in nature conservation and human development, and began practicing in the Theravāda tradition. She has trained with Gil Fronsdal, Ven. Anālayo, Jack Kornfield, Joseph Goldstein, and others. Meg holds a Master’s in Buddhist Studies, specializing in early Theravāda texts. She is authorized as a Dharma teacher by both Jack Kornfield and Gil Fronsdal, and teaches in English and in French. In addition, Meg teaches Radiant Heart Qigong in the tradition of Teja Bell.

Meg Gawler began practicing Buddhism in 1968 as a disciple of the Zen Master, Shunryu Suzuki Roshi, including over three years of monastic training. She earned a Master’s in Applied Ecology, moved...Read more

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Dharmalogical Functions of the Therīgāthā for Practitioners Today Meg Gawler 2017.11.18 1:16:48 1:16:48
2017.11.18
Group Reflections on the Poems of Sumaṅgalamātā and Subhā Meg Gawler 2017.11.18 27:07 27:07
2017.11.18
Performance of Ambapālī's Poem Meg Gawler 2017.11.18 07:42 07:42
2017.11.18
Poetry Reading - The Therīgāthā as a Big Tent Meg Gawler 2017.11.18 29:53 29:53
2017.11.18
A Scholar's Approach to the Therīgāthā - Part 2 Meg Gawler 2017.11.18 21:50 21:50
2017.11.18
A Scholar's Approach to the Therīgāthā - Part 1 Meg Gawler 2017.11.18 47:33 47:33
2017.11.18
Women in Buddhism Symposium: Poems of Early Buddhist Nuns Meg Gawler 2015.11.14 44:53 44:53
2015.11.14
Women in Buddhism Symposium: In Honor of the Nuns of Aloka Vihara <multiple> 2015.11.14 4:52:44 4:52:44
2015.11.14
Sati Center <multiple> 2004.04.24 336:13:58 336:13:58
2004.04.24
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