The Mandala of the Enlightened Feminine

  • by Tsultrim Allione
  • Narrated by Tsultrim Allione
  • 6 hrs and 25 mins
  • Speech

Publisher's Summary

The Tibetan Buddhist tradition includes exotic tales about fearless female "sky dancers" or "wisdom dakinis" who dance in limitless space and act as messengers, guides, and protectors. These five dakinis manifest the feminine wisdom energy, bringing strength, power, and transformation to our lives. In The Mandala of the Enlightened Feminine, Tsultrim Allione (one of the first women to be ordained a Buddhist nun over 30 years ago) guides listeners through 12 rich sessions of meditations and visualizations to learn how to embody these archetypes of enlightenment and experience their transformative powers.


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this couldn't have come at a better time for me. I found the practice to be almost instantly beneficial. Its so positive to have an emphasis on spiritual practice that is not guided by a male perspective, but is still respectful of those qualities. I would urge all women to take some time to work through this worthwhile practice.
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- michelle

The Mandala of the Enlightened Feminine

Had I known this was going to be a book of basic Hindu chanting I would NEVER have purchased it. The title is extremely misleading. I was looking for information not about Mandalas not goddesses and or how to chant. SOME interesting information may be able to be found in the book so far I have found none so I can't even listen anymore but the author is the reader, her monotone non emotional reading is nothing short or annoying. If the book had been read by another it may have some redeeming quality but I can't get through a book that is read so slow and with so many repeated phrases if I could silence the person and find out if there is anything redeeming about it, I may continue to listen but not having the words on this is annoying.
WHY CANT AUDIBLE BOOKS HAVE THE CHOICE TO READ ALONG OR JUST LISTEN??? This way rather than continue to listen we could scan the chapters and decide if anything may be worth listening to.
Some people had good things to say about the book. So either they were expecting what is in it or they find it helpful. I find it not worthy of my time and especially my money. All I wanted to do was turn it off. I am close to deleting it all together. But will wait and see if I need to understand any of the information the book MAY have, that I need for school if not if will be deleted from my library. I choose to turn it off and feel my money was entirely wasted. at this point.
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- Schwartz-Burrill

Book Details

  • Release Date: 05-30-2007
  • Publisher: Sounds True