It's easy to feel overwhelmed by life's uncertainty, confusion, and obligations in today's world. Many of us feel burdened and need a way to find peace in our daily lives due to the ongoing pandemic and the increased stress and anxiety it has caused.
That drew me to Woo Myung's teachings and book "How to Go to and Live in Heaven, Paradise, and the Land of Bliss While Living." In this blog post, I'd like to share my personal journey of incorporating meditation into my life and how it has helped me achieve a simple, free, and relaxed mind even when things are chaotic.
The great teacher Woo Myung's teachings were introduced to me by a friend, and I was immediately intrigued by his ideas about the human mind and how it causes suffering and burden in our lives. According to his teaching, the human mind is made up of our inherited habits, karma, and physical bodies, and it creates a story that we live inside, similar to a dream. This story makes us feel stressed, worried, and afraid, making it difficult to find peace in our daily lives.
This is where meditation comes into play. He claimed that by removing our minds through meditation, we would be able to understand the true ways of the world and live without curiosities, unanswered questions, or doubts. Initially skeptical, I was desperate for a way to relieve stress and find peace, so I decided to give it a shot.
To my surprise, I discovered that meditation significantly impacted my life. Even in the midst of the pandemic's chaos, I noticed that I could approach each day with more clarity and peace. I was no longer overwhelmed by the uncertainty and confusion around me, and I could handle my responsibilities easily.
Finally, I strongly advise you to investigate Woo Myung's teachings and incorporate meditation into your life. It was a life-changing experience for me, and I believe it will also be for you. Finding a simple, free, and relaxed mind is more important than ever in an increasingly stressful and chaotic world. Why not give it a shot? You stand to gain more than you stand to lose.