If we don’t learn to have discriminating tastes about the information we take in, we may go into unhealthy information overload. You can be a master of information by choosing empowering information for your brain.
Even in their later years, there are many people who live their lives to the fullest without setting aside their dreams and passion for life. Ilchi Lee shares his dream now that he’s turned sixty years old.
The song to you called “Did I Not Love You?” by the Norwegian duo, Secret Garden, touched Ilchi Lee’s heart so much he played it for the people he loves and wants to share it with everyone.
There has always been great spirit at the heart of great human triumphs and victories. This spirit has been called “conscience” or “conviction.”
From my experience of getting back on the horse that threw me and left be bedridden for a month, I realized that true courage isn’t about not being afraid, but about moving forward anyway in the face of certain fear. Fear cannot be conquered through thinking alone. Fear can be chased away only through action.
Five thousand volunteer instructors gathered at the Han People Historic and Cultural Park in Cheonan-si, South Korea on the evening of July 3, 2010. They united because of their passion for sharing health, happiness and peace through free Dahn Yoga classes in their local parks. Ilchi Lee joined them to give a lecture and training in the Earth Kigong form.
It’s time for a new economy to emerge based on the Hong Ik values of benevolence, philanthropy, collective thinking, and peace that are natural to our brains. These values can be brought out with Brain Education.
By planting love for the earth in our brains, we will gain the power and wisdom for creative solutions to many of the challenges humanity is currently facing.
Loneliness is a natural human condition. But by listening to the inner voice of our soul, we can transform the heartache of loneliness into a radiant connection to everything.