These teachings are rooted in the Dzogchen tradition of Bon Buddhism. Dzogchen means “great completion” and carries the fundamental view that each of us is inherently complete and whole as we are. Meditation is a way of recognizing this nature, which is abundant with creativity and positive qualities. The 3 Doors founder, Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche, began his studies at age 13 under the guidance of Tibetan masters in India. He founded The 3 Doors to share these select practices of body, speech, and mind, in a way that is relevant and accessible to modern life, and beneficial to as many people as possible worldwide.