European Buddhist Hanmi Association

The European Buddhist-Hanmi Association (EBHA) is a registered charity that is dedicated to sharing the life changing meditation techniques transmitted by Master Dechan Jueren, the Hanmi Buddhist lineage holder. Dechan Jueren first came England in 2007. and returned in 2008. During these visits a number of people took refuge with him and became disciples. These disciples set up the company wisdom36 to share his teachings, which became part of EBHA when the charity was registered in 2010.

Hanmi Buddhist School

The Hanmi lineage has its origins in the spiritual teachings and practices of ancient India that were developed by the Brahmans, and were then evolved and transmitted by the great saint Shakyamuni Buddha over 2,400 years ago.

Disciples of Nagarjuna brought the Buddhist teachings from Nalanda monastery in India to Xi’an city in China around 1,300 years ago, and combined them with Taoism and Confucianism.

The awakened masters have preserved this knowledge through an unbroken lineage in the Hanmi Chinese Esoteric School of Buddhism. The current lineage bearer is Living Buddha Dechan Jueren, otherwise known as Master Yu Tian Jian.

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Dechan Jueren

Living Buddha Dechan Jueren, otherwise known as Master Yu Tian Jian, is the current lineage bearer, the 49th MahaVairocana Dharma King of the Hanmi Lineage.  Dechan Jueren’s mission was to spread the teachings of the Hanmi lineage throughout the modern world.  He was a   SPEAKER  at the United Nations  Millenium Peace conference in 2000 and was appointed  First Secretary to the World Council of Religious leaders.
 

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Living Buddha Dechan Jueren, otherwise known as Master Yu Tian Jian, is the current lineage bearer, the 49th MahaVairocana Dharma King of the Hanmi Lineage.  Dechan Jueren’s mission was to spread the teachings of the Hanmi lineage throughout the modern world.  He was a   SPEAKER  at the United Nations  Millenium Peace conference in 2000 and was appointed  First Secretary to the World Council of Religious leaders.
 

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