College of Public Preceptors

Ordinations at Akashavana

On Sat, 10 September, 2022 - 08:47
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Paramachitta

We are delighted to announce that the ordinations of the following five women took place at Akashavana on Friday the 9th September 2022.

With Metta,

Paramachitta and Maitreyi


Public Preceptor Maitreyi 
Esther McKinney becomes Sraddhamalini, a Sanskrit name meaning ‘She who is Garlanded with Faith, Confidence, Trust’ - acute accent on the s and macron on the 2nd and 3rd a and the final i
Registered spelling Shraddhamalini
Private preceptor Jyotismati

Lisa de Weert becomes Karunasraddha, a Sanskrit name meaning ‘She who has Compassion and Faith’ - macron on 2nd and 4th a and an acute accent on
the s
Registered spelling Karunashraddha
Private preceptor Karunadhi


Public Preceptor Paramachitta
Zenobi Bynoe becomes Jayasuri, a Sanskrit/Pali name meaning ‘Heroine who is Victorious in the Dharma’ - acute accent on the s and macron over u and i
Registered spelling Jayashuri
Private preceptor Amaragita

Yolanda Garcia becomes Prajnajyoti, a Sanskrit name meaning ‘She who has the Light of Wisdom’ - macron over the second a
Registered spelling Prajnajyoti
Spanish spelling Prañayoti 
Private preceptor Karunagita

Cany Navarro becomes Jnanalocana, a Pali name meaning ‘She who has the Eye of Wisdom’ - macron over the first and last a
Registered spelling Jnanalochana 
Spanish spelling Jñanalochana  
Private preceptor Vidyasri
 

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