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‘Dakinis and Demonesses’ – Stories of Women’s awakening with Ayya Yeshe, Bhante Sujato & Friends!

Sunday, 27th June 2021`

Enjoy a morning (or afternoon if you are in Australia) with Buddhist nun of 21 years, Ayya Yeshe, Bhante Sujato, Bhante Akāliko and Anagarika Sabbamitta speaking about women’s awakened potential, and sharing the inspiring stories of awakened female saints and the sacred feminine present in everyone as well as noble friendship and the value of community.

8.00-9.30 CEST (click here for your timezone) Ayya Yeshe will give a Guided Meditation and Dhamma Talk on the topic ‘Dakinis and Demonesses‘ in the Tibetan tradition—the lives of awakened women and the sacred feminine.

10.30-11.30 CEST (click here for your timezone) Discussion with Ayya Yeshe, Bhante Sujato and Bhante Akāliko led by Anagarika Sabbamitta on the topic of ‘Being a spiritual friend to Bhikkhunis, and noble friendship on the spiritual path‘.`

Click here for more information and registration.

For women and LGBTIQA+ finding a place to ordain and stay as a lay person or monastic, where they can learn and study, is often a huge challenge, especially in the Tibetan tradition. Ayya Yeshe started a unique project to create a monastery where the four-fold community can stay and learn, aiming for environmental justice, to aid marginalized communities, intersectional feminism that includes and welcomes men who wish to be allies and compatriots of women. Much still needs to be done! If you want to support Ayya Yeshe please consider donating:

https://bodhicitta-monastery.com/

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Do we need to sign up, or will Zoom details be post here?

The registration is on the website but I can post it here too. Registration: You have to select iSangha from the list and that will give you the Zoom link by automated email.

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Sorry Ayya, I was reading rather poorly:

Nun of 21 years, Ayya Yeshe, speaks about women’s awakened potential, and sharing the inspiring stories of awakened female saints and the sacred feminine present in everyone. Reclaiming the sacred feminine is not just for women, but also for men. Men also need to reclaim their own emotional life and capacity for feeling, sensitivity and love. It is about reviving the balance and intuitive wisdom in all of us

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