Tanya Doyle

Tanya's interest in Buddhism started after attending a psychology course of "personality and personal growth" in a University. Taking interest in both Korean Zen and Tibetan Buddhism, she found it helpful in applying both traditions to my own practice, mainly focusing on the teachings of Daehaeng Kun Sunim and Milarepa, the Great Yogi of Tibet. "I believe that everybody can discover the treasure within, because everybody already have this precious treasure that is Mind."

Buddhist teachings according to Korean Zen (Seon) and Seon Master Daehaeng: Buddha-Dharma encompases all of life; dying three times; One Mind

Seon Master Daehaeng taught people to entrust everything that confronts them to their inherent foundation. She taught people to have faith and let go. Having faith in your inherent nature, your root, and your foundation is the main ...
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