IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF TARA| 29mins
Director: Clementine Ederveen | Producer: Buddhist Broadcast Foundation © 2004
Focus Years: 2004 | Country: Netherlands
In Tibetan Buddhism, the relationship between the teacher and student is a very special one. Venerable Kaye Miner is both teacher and student. At the request of her teacher Lama Zopa Rinpoche, she left her native country Australia in 1999 to start teaching in The Maitreya Institute, situated in the historic quarters of Amsterdam. The Maitreya Institute is one of the many centres all over the world where Buddhism is taught according to the Mahayana tradition. Kaye Miner became Spiritual Programme Coordinator and is now also the managing director of the Maitreya Center in Emst, The Netherlands. Lama Zopa is the international head of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition. Kaye's work as teacher and manager is diverse, contemporary and dynamic. We see her at work during the 25th anniversary of the Dutch Maitreya Institute in 2004, revealing her close connection with her teacher Lama Zopa.
IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF TARA | 29mins
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