A physics professor shares about her experience teaching Tibetan Buddhist nuns as part of the Emory-Tibet Science Initiative.
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Geshe Chopa Tenzin Lhadron describes her journey from rural Ladakh with minimal opportunities for education, to become one of the first Tibetan Geshe-mas.
Venerable Jampa reflects on the benefits to be gained by living in a community of monastics.
The ten reasons the Buddha gave for establishing the precepts cover benefiting the the individual monastic, the Sangha, society, and preserving the Dharma.
Venerable Master Jingliang of the Buddhist Association of the Republic of China talks about the contributions of bhiksunis to the Dharma in Taiwan.
The world’s first international organization formed by bhikshunis is established in November 2016.
The first Global Awards for Outstanding Contributions of Commended Bhikshunis were awarded by Taiwan’s Chinese Buddhist Bhikshuni Association in 2016.
A talk to Tibetan nuns about community living at Sravasti Abbey and how nuns can take advantage of their precious opportunity to learn and practice the Dharma.
The current situation, progress and future outlook for Buddhist nuns in the West. The status of bhikshuni ordination in the three vinaya lineages.
Though it is difficult to acknowledge our problems with the eight worldly concerns, when we do see them we can counteract and remedy them.