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Losing Our Way Another world is not only possible, she is on her way. On a quiet day I can hear her breathing. --------------------------------------------------------- Arundhati Roy (Indian author, advocate, activist)

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Nuns at Dolma Ling nunnery in Dharamsala debate the finer points of the nature of reality using the traditional

INDIA | Tuesday, 8 September 2009 | Views [1482] | Comments [2]

Nuns at Dolma Ling nunnery in Dharamsala debate the finer points of the nature of reality using the traditional "hand-clap" technique.

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My name is Luciana, I'm from Brazil. I had the privilege to be present when His Holiness the Dalai Lama honored Brazil with His presence.

I just read a book from Javier Moro, "the mountains of the Buddha" and I really get impressed with the tenacity of Yandol and Kimson, two Tibetan nuns determined about the free Tibet and joining the Dalai Lama.

Do you know them? Are they living in Dolma Ling?

If yes, can I have their e-mails? I want to share with them how far their message went.

I'm a yoga teacher and oriental dancer.

Recently in Brazil i'm offering as a volunteer workshops about the power of feminine.

Javier Moro, the writer, told me to seek in a nunnery in INDIA or try to find a womam named Philippa Russell, who perhaps might know about them.

Javier Moro told me, He too would be happy to contact them.

Thanks a lot for your help!

Namastê!

  Luciana G P Rocha Sep 6, 2010 10:44 PM

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I just read a book from Javier Moro, "the mountains of the Buddha" and I really get impressed with the tenacity of Yandol and Kimson, two Tibetan nuns and the small hero . I too wish to associate in any kind of such activity and would like to be friends with such groups/ individuals

  kesang chewang Bhutia Dec 31, 2011 12:30 AM

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