SkyDancer

This site, dedicated to feminist interpretations of Buddhist philosophy and practice, is named in honor of the dakini: an important image of female power in Buddhism. An advanced spiritual being, she moves in a fundamental freedom so spacious in its emptiness that it is like the sky, or like space.

NEWS! The First International Congress on Buddhist Women’s Role in the Sangha: Bhikshuni Vinaya and Ordination Lineages, Hamburg, July 18-20, 2007.

The Bibliography continues to grow — though not as fast, I'm sure, as the number of books that could go on it.

Changes records modifications to the SkyDancer Website.

Esangha contains theory about making a spiritual support group online.

The Essays are a ragtag collection of my thoughts as I travel this path.

The FAQ now has two questions.

Links lists related sites I've found useful.

The Music List reviews music on Buddhist themes.

News reports events in the wider world of feminist Buddhism.

Search SkyDancer.

Tales tells stories about learning to dance on sky.

CHC Home, my homepage, provides links to my other two sites