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Out of the Shadows : Socially Engaged Buddhist Women

Karma Lekshe Tsomo

ISBN 10: 8170308496 / ISBN 13: 9788170308492
Published by Satguru, 2006
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Contents Preface. Buddhist women and society 1. Buddhist women and a compassionate society/Maritine Batchelor. 2. Buddhism in Kinnaur and in the lives of Kinnauri women/Tenzin Norzin. 3. Buddhist women in Zangskar/Chopa Tenzin Lhadron. 4. Buddhism in Mongolia and Mongolian women's practice/Gantumur Natsagdorj. 5. The history of a Buddhist women's Datsan in Buryatya/Zorigma Budaeva. 6. The quiet movement of Buddhist women in Cambodia/Peou Vanna. 7. A woman's place is in the home master Yinkuang's letters on women and childrearing/I Li Yang. 8. Gender and social reality in Nepal implications for Buddhist nuns and social change/Sumon K. Tuladhar. Buddhist women in world history 1. Reconstructing Yasodhara's life narrative from Siddhartha's wife to daughter of the Buddha/Shu Hui Tsai. 2. Women regaining a lost legacy the restoration of the Bhikkuni Sangha in Sri Lanka/Hema Goonatilake. 3. Nuns and Laywomen of the Chinese teaching of the three levels an historical perspective on Lay status/Claudia Wenzel. 4. Korean Buddhist nuns an historical review/Gyehwan Sunim. 5. Activities of Korean Buddhist laywomen an historical review/Changsook Lee. 6. Nun Palmo a legend across Tibetan communities/Ivette Vargas. Buddhist education 1. Teaching Dharma to children/Eliana Morris. 2. Buddhist education for children/Daewon Kwon. 3. Education of the Vietnamese Bhikkuni Sangha in modern times/Thich Nu Nhu Nguyet. 4. A different Dharma. Teaching Buddhism at universities in the United States/Karma Lekshe Tsomo. Everyday practice 1. Dhamma in everyday life/Anne Mahoney. 2. Dhamma in daily life how to deal with anger/Bhikkuni Lieu Phap. 3. Guidelines for Dhamma practice in everyday life/Amita Dhakwa Shakya. 4. Food of Dharma rituals at meals and in the kitchen a case study of Dongein imperial Nunnery of Japan/Shobha Rani Dash. 5. Healing Buddhist women ritual interrelatedness and the core of Buddhist healing/Paula Kane Robinson Arai. Meditation practices 1. Samatha and Vipassana meditation in the Theravada tradition/Iljung An. 2. The meaning of nonduality in the practice of compassion/Sookyung Hwang. 3. Is Karuna an emotion A comparison of Asian and western approaches/Thea Mohr. Dharma and discipline 1. Education and training for women at the time of the Buddha implications for today/Thich Nu Dong Anh. 2. Buddhist women and discipline an historical perspective/Thich Nu Gioi Huong. 3. The training and education of nuns in Sri Lanka/Ranjani de Silva. 4. Ordained women in yellow robes an unfamiliar tradition in contemporary Thailand/Tomomi Ito. 5. Discipline and practice of Buddhist women past and present/Kwangwoo Sunim. 6. The art of self cultivation/Malia Dominica Wong. Buddhist monastic training 1. Basic training for Korean Buddhist nuns/Iljin Sunim. 2. Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha and Buddhist nuns in contemporary Taiwan/Yuchen Li. 3. Master Yinshun and Buddhist women in Taiwan Fayuan and Yitong Nunneries disciples of Guanyin in Northwest Taiwan/Stefania Travagnin. 4. Seon practice and Seon monasteries for Bhikkhun is in Korea/Wunweol Sunim. 5. Crossing over the gender boundary in gray rubber shoes a study on Myoom Sunim's Buddhist monastic education/Inyoung Chung (Sukdham Sunim). 6. Pomunjong and Hanmaum Sonwon new monastic paths in contemporary Korea/Hyangsoon Yi. Engaged Buddhist practice 1. A silent undercurrent the significance of Mae chiis socially engaged Buddhist practice in Thailand/Monica Lindberg Falk. 2. Buddhism and social welfare in Korea/Sangduck Sunim. 3. The Buddhist women's movement for social change/Insook Kim. 4. Buddhist nuns as community mentors/Junya Pookayaporn. 5. Mapping the trajectories of engaged Buddhism from China to Taiwan and Vietnam/Elise Anne De Vido. 6. Volunteer activities of Korean Buddhist nuns/Jihong Sunim. 7. Engaged Buddhism and community action/Trina Nahm Mijo. The ordination issue 1. Practice of the precepts lay and monastic/Tenzin Palmo. 2. Settling the debate on Bhikkuni ordination in Thailand why is it so diffi. Bookseller Inventory # 59812

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Title: Out of the Shadows : Socially Engaged ...

Publisher: Satguru

Publication Date: 2006

Binding: Hardcover

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Since the time of the Buddha, women have played significant roles in Buddhist societies, but until recently their contributions have often gone unrecognized. In the past two decades, the landscape has shifted dramatically. Buddhist women have come out of the shadows and begun to take active roles, both in the spheres of religion and social transformation. The 1st Sakyadhita International Conference on Buddhist Women held in 1987 in Bodhgaya, India, gave rise to a revolutionary new awareness among Buddhist women that has led to major changes throughout the Buddhist world. Out of the Shadows: Socially Engaged Buddhist Women is a collection of essays that shed light on Buddhist women's past achievements. These essays recount women's struggles against tremendous odds, their earnest spiritual practice, and their diligent efforts to relieve the sufferings of the world. Beginning with the story of the Buddha's wife and spanning more than 2000 years of history, the essays illuminate the lives of Buddhist laywomen and nuns, from a diversity of cultures throughout, Asia and beyond. The richness and variety of their struggles and accomplishments are a valuable chapter in women's history and an inspiring legacy.

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