in a single lifetime. Later, after the Buddha established his monastic Order, Mahaprajapati asked if she could join and become a nun. A woman Yogini (some accounts identify her as Mandarava) found the baby, saved her from starvation and brought the girl up, ateaching her all her secret practices. Entering into trance, he then recalled her consciousness and brought life back into her body.
In the Himalayas she met her Guru, His Eminence the 8th Khamtrul Rinpoche, a famous yogi of the Drukpa Kagyu school. She represents "Enlightened Womanhood and stands as a female "Prophet" or "Saviour" among men like Moses, Jesus, Mohammed, and so many others. In East-West Psychology from the California Institute of Integral Studies, San Francisco, 1998. In 1959, Jetsun Kushok left Tibet in exile and, by way of India, eventually settled in Vancouver, Canada, with her family in 1971. This tradition involves fasting and all-night vigils, with prayers to the One-Thousand Form of the Great Bodhisattva of Compassion, Avalokitesvara (Tib: Chenrezi, Chinese: Kwan-Yin ). Bhadra Kundali, foremost in psychic faculties. After Kalasiddhi attained enlightenment, she passed her lineage to a farmer's son who became the great Master Vajrahunkara. In 1987, she co-ordinated the first international conference of Buddhist nuns in the history of Buddhism, which resulted in the setting-up of Sakyadhita, a world-wide Buddhist women's organization. At any rate, she was a very great Yogini. As she matured, she showed great proficiency in tantric yoga practice. She practiced in complete silence for eight years and attained enlightenment through the practice of gTum-mo. She also taught widely throughout Tibet and had many disciples.