Betsy Napper of the Tibetan Nuns Project

“The thing about India is that you can’t tell anyone why they should love it. You either do or you don’t.” ~ Betsy Napper

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My conversation today is with Betsy Napper, co-director of the Tibetan Nuns Project located in Seattle.

The organization started 30 years ago in Northern India, where Betsy had been traveling, and she’s been a part of the organization for 25 years.

Betsy is a scholar of Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism, she’s the author of the book Dependent-Arising and Emptiness: A Tibetan Buddhist Interpretation of Madhyamika Philosophy. She’s the translator and editor of Mind in Tibetan Buddhism, and co-editor of Kindness, Clarity and Insight, by His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Though she now spends most of her time in Seattle, she does spend quite a bit of time in Dharamsala, India. And between the two of us and

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