Practice

Spiritual practice means having faith that there is a great treasure within your mind, and then finding it. Learning to discover this inner treasure is the most worthwhile thing in the world. If you can put this into practice, you can live freshly, with a mind open like sky, always overflowing with compassion. What could be better than this?

—  Daehaeng Kun Sunim
No River to Cross, page 34

3 thoughts on “Practice”

  1. Hi,

    Are there any online videos of Daehaeng Kun Sunim?

    Does she teach or recommend any sitting meditation practices?

    When is her next book to be published by Wisdom…and does she have any views on the last book?

  2. What does Daehaeng Kun Sunim teach about daily practice for someone with no access to a temple or group close by? Thanks.

    Steve

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