The Yogini Project is a multimedia platform to connect and inspire a global community of women practitioners and laypeople alike, with the aim of directly supporting the greater emergence of realized women in our time, through both revealing the many faces of their presence amongst us and financially supporting selected women dedicated to sustained spiritual practice.
We have sought blessings and advice from multiple precious authentic teachers and sources of refuge for guidance in alignment with our ecumenical aims and the dynamic range of what we are featuring through our media projects.
In this light, for the benefit of all daughter beings, The Yogini Project comes to fruition to provide positive role models of truly empowered women.
Their new and upcoming projects this coming year include:
- Dakini As Art Galleries, focusing on art with dakini as focus, or by practicing female artists inspired by the dakini; launched November 20, 2014 http://dakiniasart.org/
- Subtitling and DVD production of their 7 translations of the film “Blessings: The Tsoknyi Nangchen Nuns of Tibet”
- Ongoing video interview series with prominent female Buddhist teachers and inspiring practitioners in India and Nepal
- Preparations for their film “Women on the Path,” revealing the full spectrum of women in dedicated Buddhist practice around the globe.
More on these projects and comprehensive features on the whole range of the feminine in Dharma may be seen at their in-depth multimedia website.
Pam Campbell joined ISI in the summer of 2013, and became ISI Project Director in January 2014. Pam’s previous career was in healthcare administration. Her life-long interest in sustainability and environmental issues led her to ISI. Pam shares her UC Berkeley Alma Mater with Dr. Cole, and holds a Masters degree in Public Administration, University of San Francisco.