How Do I Start My First Online Session?
Once you book your session, you will receive an email confirmation with your Zoom meeting details.
How Is This Meditation Different From Other Types Of Meditation?
Most techniques allow people to feel temporary relief from their burdens, but as they go back to normal life, their mind also go back to its normal state. Meditation is not about suppressing the mind. We will teach you how to discard the root cause of your pain and burden through our guided meditation method. This will allow you to see countless changes in your mental and emotional state.
Can kids meditate?
Absolutely! Kids can understand and practice this method very well. Kids can start as early as 9 years old. As they follow this method, they feel a lot of benefits and find it just as rewarding as adults.
Is It Possible To Meditate By Myself At Home?
This Meditation is simple, but it’s very difficult to make progress by yourself because you need to be guided to follow the scientific and systematic method. You need to be taught at school when you want to study academics or learn techniques, and it’s the same case with meditation. Although the meditation method is simple, the benefits come out when you practice following the instructor and also you can confirm the benefits yourself.
How Many Classes Do I Need To Attend Per Week?
For best results, we recommend attending 3 to 5 classes per week.
How Long Are The Classes?
The classes are around 1 hour long.
What meditation method do you use?
Our method is a simple program consisting of seven levels used to discard the false self (the ego). The method itself is unprecedented and the purpose is to change the human mind to the infinite mind of the universe.
During an interview in January of 2002 the founder described the method as "about completely eliminating minds through cleansing the mind. It is also possible to completely discard the habits that our bodies are steeped in. When our minds and bodies have been thus completely discarded, Truth that is within oneself emerges. This is the way to achieve human completion."
What does the method consist of?
The meditation is simple guided method with the sole objective to discard the false self. The overall program consists of seven (7) levels/ steps that discard different parts of the false self using different techniques in each level.
Enlightenments about the universe correspond to each level; as one moves along the levels they enlighten to the consciousness of the universe to the extent that his or her false self has been discarded. See The Method Tab for more information.
Is prior experience with meditation required?
No. The method is designed to be accessible to all people regardless of education, age, experience with meditation, etc. Even children as young as six years old usually grasp the concept right away and love it.
Why is this method so revolutionary?
This method is an historic milestone because what has been sought by spiritual and philosophical traditions throughout the history of mankind— a return to the origin, or the state of completion or oneness with all things —is now a reality. For more specifics about the method you can click the method tab on this website.
Are you required to believe in something new or in a doctrine, in order to practice this method?
No. The method is simply about discarding what is false. The message is very basic and logical: nature itself is always at peace and all we need to do is subtract our own self-made mind world of stress in order to return to nature.
Is this meditation a religion?
No. This meditation transcends religion; those who engage in this study find within themselves that all religions are one. This meditation is not about believing in “Truth,” rather becoming Truth itself. This method is truly miraclous.
Do you have to believe in a doctrine to meditate?
No. All that the student engages in is disgarding attachments, stress and burdens. There is no dogma or doctrine that you must believe in this meditation practice. Rather, it allows you to become Truth itself and experience it as a living embodiment. If the method is done correctly, anyone can return to true nature because it is your birthright.
Are students encouraged to engage in dialogue about their process with the method?
Yes. Given the magnitude of this meditation, questions, comments, disagreements, and/ or dialogs are welcomed as well as encouraged. Nonetheless, the style of the dialogue is always subject to the personality of your guide(s) at a center. Students are encouraged to seek discussions with guides whom they feel are a better fit for their own process along this path. Many meditation guides are of Korean descent and this can add to language and cultural barriers at times for Western students new to the practice. However, overall the method and the results from the method transcend culture and race.
Ultimately, the objective of the method is to discard the self and not to create new concepts, beliefs or thoughts, therefore students along with staff, are encouraged to throw away whatever comes up.
How is the mind cleansed in each level?
We have heard the expression ‘to cleanse one’s mind.’ The expression exists because the false mind exists.
In Level One of Maum Meditation (please see question related to name change), one discards one’s entire life that one has lived and is thus enlightened of the fact that one is the Universe, God or Buddha. Being enlightened is the same as hearing an answer from God to one’s prayer.
In Level Two, one discards one’s own ideas about who one deems oneself to be so that one no longer has one’s mind within. Accordingly, such a person is enlightened of the fact that both the inside and outside of himself are one so that he is one with the Universe; he comes to know he has been ride of all his demons within.
In Level Three, one abandons and discards one’s body. In the process, one comes to realize that the Universe is inside oneself.
Level Four is about seeing the Body and Mind of the Universe. This Body and Mind is also referred to as the ‘Jung’ and Shin’, the Sambhogakaya and Dharmakaya, and the Holy Sprit and Holy Father.
Level Five is about becoming the Body and Mind of the Universe and realizing what Gautama Buddha meant when he said, “Above and below heaven, foremost am I.” Once one ’s self has died and one has been reborn as the sole God or Buddha, one is enlightened of the eternal and everlasting Heaven, which is Level Six.
By Level Seven, one’s self has totally died and one has become the Universe itself. One has been born again so that in Level Eight one lives the life of true Paradise, which is the Universe. In other words, this earth is both Heaven and the Land of Buddha where man can live.
However, for all of the above to be fulfilled, we must receive the answer to prayer from God. We must become enlightened.
What is enlightenment and how can we become enlightened?
Enlightenment is when one comes to know Truth. It is not simply knowing Truth in theory, but truly accepting it in one’s heart. Enlightenment in one’s heart is the discovery of one’s real self – the discovery of the place of one’s mind. This is the only Truth that exists in the world, and it is everlasting and never-changing.
This method sounds too good to be true. Is it too good to be true?
Many of us also thought the same when we started, but the effects of the method are real. This is why guides and other students at the centers are so excited about sharing it with others. We do not ask you to believe anything. Rather, we invite you to throw away and experience it on your own.
The community that practices this method is coexisting together working to help others achieve human completion. The experience of achieving completion before death is relatively new to the modern materialistic culture. This community is working hard to articulate this unprecedented experience of joy and peace.