15th Sakyadhita International Conference on Buddhist Women
Hong Kong | June 22-28, 2017

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Thich Nu Tinh to Speak at 3rd Sakyadhita Germany Meeting

 

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Sakyadhita Germany has announced that Ven. Thich Nu Tinh Quang of Sakyadhita Canada Association of Buddhist Women will be speaking at the 3rd Sakyadhita Germany Meeting on August 4, 2018, from 10 am to 1 pm at the Tibetisches Zentrum e.V. In Hamburg, Germany. 

Please mark your calendar and stay tuned for more information. 

At the First Sakyadhita Germany meeting in 2014 Ven. Karma Lekshe Tsomo (USA, Hawaii), former Sakyadhita International President and co-founder was guest speaker. In 2016, current Sakyadhita International President Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo (Great Britain/India) spoke at the Second Sakyadhita Germany meeting.

Rotraut Jampa Wurst, Sakyadhita Germany President stated, 

"Sakyadhita Germany feels blessed, that we get the chance to invite Ven. Thich Nu Tinh Quang and that she has offered to hold a workshop at the Sakyadhita Germany meeting.

The idea of working together internationally and staying in touch continues on a smaller scale between Sakyadhita Chapters, just as it has over the past twenty years at the Sakyadhita International Conferences on Buddhist Women. Please join us at the next Sakyadhita Germany meeting in 2018, August 4, 10 am to 1 pm at the Tibetan Centre in Hamburg."

Pictured Left: Ven. Thich Nu Tinh Quang and Rotraut Jampa Wurst, Sakyadhita Germany President.

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15th Sakyadhita International Conference for Buddhist Women

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More than 800 people from 31 countries
attended the 15th Sakyadhita Conference
at the University of Hong Kong, June 22 through
28, 2017.

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Women in Buddhism:
Unity & Diversity


Buddhist women offer a wide variety of practices, traditions, cultures, philosophies, and lifestyles. Sakyadhita unites women in one of the world's oldest religions, and how that can be expanded.

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Sakyadhita Newsletter Vol. 21, No. 1, Winter 2012


The Sakyadhita newsletter contains information on our international conferences, articles, reviews of recently published books, and more. All articles are written on a volunteer basis.

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In Gratitude

1st Nuns Conference, December 2013

 

 

"I am especially grateful to all the female teachers, lay or ordained-- this does not mean in any way that I am less appreciative towards male teachers. It's just that women do need female practitioners as their role models, and having female role models really hasn't come that easily."

"Throughout our 'his'tory, under thousands of years of social and cultural conditioning in which men have always been valued over women, outstanding female practitioners before this generation of ours have struggled and persisted on their path, unshakable in their Dharma practice."

"I consider our generation (at least for myself!) extremely privileged and fortunate to have the guidance from all these wonderful female Dharma teachers -- in addition to continuing their own Dharma practice, these wonderful female practitioners have guided us with their unique feminine, humble and gentle leadership as well as boundless compassion. How very blessed we've been!"

-Christie Chang, Former Sakyadhita International President

Right: From the First International Buddhist Nuns Conference held December 14-16, 2013 in Bhutan --From the left, Dr. Tashi Zangmo, Director of the Bhutan Nuns Foundation kneels next to Jetsunma Tenzin Palmo, current Sakyadhita International President; with Bhikshuni Karma Lekshe Tsomo, Sakyadhita International Co-Founder and current Branch & Chapter Coordinator. Christie Chang, 2009-2013 Sakyadhita International President stands behind Jetsun Pema, the Queen Mother of Bhutan.

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