We have been taking 2018 in slow here at The Yogini Project, having spent the last weeks mostly in nature retreat after closing a super powerful 2017 with several weeks of retreats with some of the most sublime masters on the planet. In 2018 we turn another corner, with major organizational restructuring in preparation of developing our landmark Yogini Fund throughout 2018.
Our content teams, from social media to our comprehensive multimedia website, will be expanded; several new members to the Yogini Project team are being brought in to develop the Fund which will support women in dedicated retreat for the years and decades to come. Further, a new publicity director is being brought into our daughter gallery project, Dakini As Art, to expand its reach and launch a series of art events in several continents in the years ahead to raise awareness and support of yoginis and dakinis in the world.
Our film projects continue with several Tibetan Yogini releases upcoming these two months in the wake of our successful crowdfundraiser last spring and summer. Two interviews with Ani Bumchung at Guru Rinpoche’s caves in Tso Pema and with Ani Gyen Tara from Tulku Urgyen Rinpoche’s room at Nagi Gompa in Nepal are advancing through post-production as subtitling and translation review proceed, respectively.
And our film ‘Women On The Path‘ is being developed further in the wake of these activities, with the next phases of filming in pre-production, being set up to kick into filming again once our Yogini Fund is launched. Translations of our earlier footage continue.
All this growth and expansion takes a growing team to bring forward. Applications will be accepted online for our Content Team, for both volunteer and paid positions, will be accepted in February. Those interested in pre-introducing themselves and their qualities and qualifications, feel free to write us here.
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