Dr. Judith Simmer-Brown: Buddhism and Relationships.

Via on Mar 10, 2008

Chair of Naropa University’s Religious Studies Department, Dr Judith Simmer-Brown schools our editor on the feminine principle, romantic relationships & why men are stupid and women are crazy.

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10 Responses to “Dr. Judith Simmer-Brown: Buddhism and Relationships.”

  1. elephant journal elephant says:

    love Dr. Judith watch out Dr. Phil!

  2. elephant journal admin says:

    If you liked Dr. Judith Simmer-Brown, you’ll likely like Dr. Reggie Ray, too. http://www.elephantjournal.com/2008/03/dr-reggie-ray/

  3. [...] advice, check out these video interviews with Robert Masters (Is Monogamy Worth It?) and Judith Simmer-Brown (three cheers for [...]

  4. Chuck says:

    Dr. Judith is gonna give a weekend program on meditation & relationships this September in Seattle. More info at http://www.romanticmeditation.com . I’ll be there!

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  6. The Dankini’s Warm Breath is a wonderful book. It touch me deeply to see the feminine priciple valued in Buddhism when I read it years ago.I wish Judith had spoken more about her process of writing it in the interview.

    I am glad that she is addressing the nature of relationships from a Buddhist perspective and how the illusion of romantic love is a trap that prevents us from true intimacy. Thanks for the interview.

  7. [...] been lucky enough to interview poet Anne Waldman a few times, and Dr. Judith Simmer-Brown…leading figures on “feminism,” and/or “the feminine [...]

  8. My silly intro and jokes with Judith are in reference to the prior interview, which was wayyyy New Agey.

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  10. Becky says:

    Is there a second part to this? It seemed to cut off just as it was getting interesting.

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