By donation * This is one of the most amazing meetings of minds I've seen in a very long time. I urge you all to come and hear this fascinating discussion with women from Nature, Native American and a Buddhist Lama! I urge you all to come!
All are welcome The Feminine Aspects of Spirituality:
A Cross-Tradition Dialogue and Exploration Austin is pleased to sponsor this program for the benefit of the Tsogyal Latso Nuns in Tibet.
Speakers include: Lama Yeshe Wangmo, Judith Yost and HeatherAsh Amara
Lama Yeshe Wangmo: As a disciple of the female buddha Yeshe Tsogyal who also incarnated as the consort of Padmasambhava, Lama has a deep intellectual as well as experiential understanding of the feminine principle in Tibetan Buddhism.
Heather Ash Amara is the founder of Toci -- the Toltec Center of Creative Intent -- which fosters local and global community that supports authenticity, awareness, and awakening. She is the creator of Thirteen Moons, a year-long women's circle.
Judith Yost: Brings her love of nature and the embodied feminine to everything she does. She is the Dean of Students at Wisdom University, a licensed psychotherapist and counselor, and the Co-Director of the Center for Creative Resources and EarthTribe. TOCI is between Walsh Tarlton and Rudy's BBQ, just north of Barton Creek Mall
First building on the left, enter through the back deck