Live 120 Years

Ilchi Lee’s most recent project is his promotion of a 120-year life. After several personal awakenings, he set a goal to live 120 years. The changes in his mindset and habits were profound. Although he had been studying and teaching natural health and self-care for over thirty-five years, Ilchi Lee devised new techniques and products as a result of his new outlook.


He affirms that:



I’ve Decided to Live 120 Years Book


Ilchi Lee’s ideas and methods on living 120 years are put together in his book, I’ve Decided to Live 120 Years: The Ancient Secret to Longevity, Vitality, and Life Transformation. He has also made a companion workbook to guide people through the self-reflection and changes they need in order to live as long as they can, as best they can.



This book has received praise from many thought leaders and book reviewers such as don Miguel Ruiz, Dr. Christiane Northrup, Neale Donald Walsch, and Dr. Emeran Mayer. It has also been recognized with a Living Now Spirit Award and an Honorable Mention in the Foreword Reviews INDIES Book of the Year Awards

I’ve Decided to Live 120 Years is available as a paperback, audiobook, or ebook. The book has been published in English, Korean, Japanese, Spanish and will be available soon in Chinese and Italian. Learn more at


The 120 School


Ilchi Lee’s body of material has been further developed by Body & Brain Yoga and Tai Chi into the 120 School: a year-long program for building strong habits for strengthening one’s physical power, heart power, and brain power for a 120-year life.


Meditation Stairway


Stairways of 120 steps for personal reflection and meditation called The Way of New Life has been built at several of the retreat centers that Ilchi Lee has founded: Sedona Mago Retreat in Sedona, Arizona, Honor’s Haven Resort & Spa in the Hudson Valley of New York, Chunhwawon in South Korea, and the Earth Village in Kerikeri, New Zealand.



As visitors climb the first sixty steps of these wooden stairways in gorgeous natural settings, they reflect on how their life has been so far. They ask themselves what values have they lived by and whether they have accomplished all they’ve wanted. As they go up the last sixty steps, they look ahead and plan what they would like their remaining life to look like. They come to realize what they need to do in order to leave the earth without regrets.