Cintamani (Elizabeth Day) has been a Buddhist practitioner for sixteen years, including six as an ordained member of the Amaravati and Cittaviveka (Chithurst) Theravada monastic communities in Britain. She has a doctorate in cultural studies and teaches and practices psychotherapy in Melbourne. She is currently editing a collection of writings by Buddhist women practitioners.

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The Primal Vow of Pure Land Buddhism

The foundation of the Pure Land path, explains Takashi Miyaji, is Amitabha Buddha’s vow to liberate anyone who calls on him.