Keydong Thuk-Che-Cho-Ling Nunnery
The Keydong Thuk-Che-Cho-Ling Nunnery is the first Tibetan Institution to provide higher Education for Buddhist Nuns. This practice is a traditional Way to purify the Mind, and includes visualizations, verse recitations, distinction and beautiful overtone Chanting, all complemented by heartfelt Prayer.
A Mandala can be read as a bird’s-Eye view of a celestial palace, with a highly complex and beautiful architecture adorned with Symbols and images that represent both the nature of reality and the Order of an Enlightened Mind.
More recently the Nuns have been learning the Art of mani, an oral storytelling tradition that communicates the Spiritual and cultural values of Tibetan Buddhism to lay audiences and threatens to go into extinction without this important revival.