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Ayya Yeshe's Dharma Talks at Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley
Ayya Yeshe
Ayya Yeshe Bodhicitta ordained as a nun in 2001. She discovered Buddhism whilst travelling in Nepal and India at the age of 17 on a search for the meaning of life. Coming back to Australia after a year of study and practice in monasteries, she helped run a Buddhist Centre in Sydney and trained with her teacher Khenpo Ngawang Dhamchoe for five years whilst working as well.
2017-04-13 Living in a World That's on Fire 53:26
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks
2016-05-12 James with a special visitor: Buddhist Nun Ayya Yeshe 39:53
with Ayya Yeshe, James Baraz
Ayya Yeshe has developed the Bodhicitta Foundation to support the empowerment of women and children from the previously ‘untouchable’ caste in Central India. The talk started with this YouTube video at ( ) of her work. To learn more about her work, go to the Bodhicitta Foundation at ( ) Bodhicitta Foundation is a socially engaged charity that helps ex-untouchable Indians – a community that was previously enslaved and forced to do the most demeaning kinds of work for little pay. They also help slum people, offer a women’s job training center, sewing, English computer classes and have a children’s study center. In addition they offer counseling for domestic violence, have a malnourished children’s program and offer basic medical and housing assistance.
Insight Meditation Community of Berkeley IMCB Regular Talks

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