1949, she experiments with paths to inner and outer liberation
since 1968 and practices buddhism since 1977, mainly in the the
Tibetan tradition. For fifteen years she was board member of the
German Buddhist Union and for twelve years editor of the Buddhist
Quarterly "Lotusblätter" (lotus leaves). She helped
inaugurate the International Association of Buddhist Women Sakyadhita
(Bodhgaya 1987), is founding member of the Network of Western
Buddhist Teachers (Dharamsala 1993) and is currently President
of the Buddhist Academy Berlin Brandenburg (Berlin 2001).
With her critical and creative approach to European culture and gender issues the author and buddhist meditation teacher is one of the pioneers of Buddhism in Europe since the mideighties.