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Buddhadharma : Summer 2010
buddhadharma: the practitioner’s quarterly summer 20 1 0 44 Thanissara (Mary Weinberg) was one of the first women to be ordained in the West as a nun in ajahn Chah’s Forest tradition, initially as a mae chee (eight-precept nun), then as a nun in the siladhara order, based on the ten-precept ordination. she left the order after twelve years. she is director of Dharmagiri hermitage and Outreach in south africa, and a facilitator for the community dharma leader program at spirit rock Meditation Center in Woodacre, California. CinTaMani (Elizabeth Day) has been a Buddhist practitioner for sixteen years, including six as an ordained member of the amaravati and Cittaviveka (Chithurst) Theravada monastic communities in Britain. she has a doctorate in cultural studies and teaches and practices psychotherapy in Melbourne. she is currently editing a collection of writings by Buddhist women practitioners. JiTinDriya (Loraine Keats) was a nun for seventeen years in the ajahn Chah/ajahn sumedho Forest tradition. she took ordination in Britain as a novice in 1988 and as a siladhara in 1990. after leaving the monastic order, she earned a master’s degree in Buddhist psychotherapy and now lives in new south Wales, australia, where she has a clinical practice in Buddhist psychotherapy. (portraitsFromtop)BryonysmiTh;unknoWn;margsmiTh