Meditation Experiences

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It starts with this message

It starts with this message – Just try it; Do it sincerely, simply, innocently. There are many things this meditation has helped me with – focus, clarity, concentration as well as reduce stress. However, these pale in comparison to the profound peace in knowing my true self. I promise you your life will never be the same

 

Steven/ Architect, / Perth, Australia
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The enlightenment is amazing.

The enlightenment is amazing. You yourself can truly understand and know where human go, why we live, and where we come from. To be 15 and know my true self is incredible. I am so grateful for this method because who wants to live in the false mind world, where only care about our false selves, not me.

Adia/ Student / Mandurah, Australia
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I am very happy.

“A commonality between a robot’s brain and a human mind is that it is healthier when it is erased and discarded.”

Brooks Automation, a first-ranking robot making company in the United States, is famous for producing precise and comprehensive robots. Choi Choon-bo(61) was a senior managing director and also worked as a research scientist to develop a robot’s brain. The robot software development team she managed became the world-best development team and known as ‘a small United Nations.’ Starting to study engineering at 40 years of age, she entered Brooks Automation to rise to the position of senior managing director as an Asian woman in 4 years. She received salary that was equal to highest income earners (upper 5%) in America; and was recognized for her superb performances. She started subtraction meditation when she was searching for answers to unsolvable fundamental questions of life.

“There will be less days to live than days I had lived.” In 2002, at 50 years of age, I thought this all of sudden.  I thought that I should live a life of service following God’s will with the life I had left.  I wanted to start, but I did not know where to begin.  Most of all, my mind was not ready to start at all. I should humble myself to serve others, but I wasn’t ready.  I read good books and sought out good lectures, but it didn’t work.

After 7 years of searching, I read a book about this meditation. “Emptying the mind” left impression on my mind and in July of 2010, I took a break from work to go to the meditatio main center in Korean.

I always thought I had lived a good life. It was tough when I had gotten divorced with two marriages, but since finding my path with engineering at forty years old, things were relatively easy.

At forty, I majored in engineering at University of Massachusetts and graduated in 3 years to work as an entry employee at Brooks Automation at forty-three. I worked day and night because my research work with robot was so much fun.  It was a rare event for this company to promote an entry-level employee to a managing director in 4 years.

But all things in my life were about endorsing me and I was working hard only for me; as soon as I knew this, I was ashamed. I prayed, please let me throw away this ‘self-conceit,’ as I meditated.  Superiority, inferiority, worries about aging…. as I threw those minds away, at one point, my mind was so much at ease. Ah, this is freedom and happiness…. and I was enlightened to my original self.  Ah, I did not exist originally, the Universe is me. In that original place, there were no pain, no worries, no superiority, no inferiority… I was so thankful that I could live as one with the original self.

A Robot Scientist, Choon-bo Choi's Meditation Story

◀◀ As a robot receives command through its brain and nerve connections, in a human being, it is similar. Choon-bo Choi drew simple pictures of its structures to illustrate. If the robot continues to accumulate its memory within its controller, it stops working due to overload and for the human being it is the same.

◀ Choon-bo Choi in front of an automated system at work 17 years ago. It was a photo from her company’s newletter.

After I returned to America, I continued my meditation. Meditating diligently, my health was better. I stopped taking my stomach medication I was taking for last 15 years and paralysis of my left side of body was gone. Maybe this was because I was a scientist. I was happy but was wondering about connection between body and mind, how the body gets better when throwing out the mind; I also got to understand this while I was meditating.

A ‘memory leak’ is the most severe bug a robot can have. Simply explained, a robot must clean a ‘random access memory’ of a previous job in order to do next job well; but with the memory leak, it cannot erase them all and leaves a bit at a time. Then later on, the robot’s brain gets filled and it stops working. In order to reset robots, the companies such as Brooks will lose millions of dollars; and many companies invest incredible amount of money to fix such memory leak.  At my company, through a meticulous research, we completely fixed this bug.  So our robots are the world-best.

And human beings are also similar. Without throwing out the mind and continuing to accumulate, the brain cannot function properly.  Within the human brain, there are billions of brain cells and each has an axon and dendrites; each dendrite receives information from axons through synapses.  Alzheimer’s patients are shown to have garbled dendrites upon brain analyses. Synapses are all disconnected from dendrites and axons, so there is no communication of any commands.

A Robot Scientist, Choon-bo Choi's Meditation Story

If the memory leak is the greatest bug in the robot, the human being’s greatest bug is ‘taking and accumulating of one’s own mind-pictures.’  Since birth, through eyes, nose, ears, mouth and body, we live taking self-centered pictures and as it fills out, the bug happens in our body and mind. But when those pictures are taken out, one returns to the original self, and can live healthy according to God’s programming and the nature’s flow.

Once I understood the logic, I felt this meditation’s method was really great. Since the history of mankind, this is the first place where such mind-subtraction method was clearly and explicitly taught. The most joyful was that through this meditation, I met the real God. I found that I had my own images about even God in my mind; it was the way I wanted to visualize God. But only when I threw away all of my ideas and habits, I was able to meet God. In Bible, there is a saying ‘one who sees God, dies’; I was so happy when I was enlightened to its meaning – it means once I throw away the ‘self,’ then I am reborn as a God’s child.

I am very happy. It does not compare to any other joy or happiness I had felt before. Now I am ready to serve others. Because we are one, I do not have to be ‘humble’; naturally I can live knowing how precious others are. I was so excited after I quit my job. Now I can live in a new world beyond my life as a woman, and a scientist. I am delighted when I could see clearly how to live and for what (laugh). I want to live helping others find out and practice this method, scientists and other people.  I want to live sharing love; watching someone get brighter and more at ease.

Thank you.

Source: Meditation Life Monthly Magazine

Choi Choon-bo, A Robot Scientist / Korea
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I Immediately Knew I Had Struck Gold!

I had previously read that the reason for why we humans suffer is because of our mind. It did make sense to me but nobody had any method to discard the mind.

When I found a pamphlet describing this meditation which has the method to get rid of the mind, I immediately knew I had struck gold!

During the meditation process, I realized that the method is not simply for solving problems of anxiety, resentment, depression, etc. but that there is a far more superior goal – to reach Truth, to become one with the Truth.

I have just finished the whole meditation program and am preparing for completion education, where one becomes complete. I’m really looking forward to it.

I feel truly blessed! I am very grateful to the founder of the method, Woo Myung, and to the whole organization. In the main center in Korea, they have interpreters for all lectures, just for us non-Koreans. And another fantastic thing is all the local centers scattered around the world.

Hopefully, everyone in the world will meet this method so that they subtract their minds which make them suffer.

Thank you, thank you, thank you!!

Jan, Doctor / Stockholm, Sweden
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I am changing everyday with subtraction method!

After practicing this meditation my life seems so clear and has more meaning. I appreciate now that I was meant to have been a mother and I have a place. I feel gratitude for what I have without wanting more. Relationships with friends have been amended and are more fruitful than ever. I feel more compassion for anyone from strangers right up to those closest to me.

My stress and anxiety is reduced dramatically, even the children and the dogs are less stressed. In the past I always followed my mind. Since following the method and discarding the pictures in my mind I feel I am finding the true me and my fears and insecurities are washed away. Even from the first few levels of this meditation I feel the change in me and I am still changing day by day.

Through all this I can say that this mediation has overcome all that I was and without the method I don’t know what I would have done. I am so grateful to the founder, for the method, everyone at the local centre and all the helpers for saving my life.

Hayley W. / Australia Mandurah
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Joy of human completion

Throughout the process of the guided method my life began to transform as my burdens began to melt away. Relationships improved as I no longer had my self-centered judgements of others. I began to realize that happiness comes from within and can only be realized through the meditation method of letting go of the “self” we ourselves created and finding the true self.

Step by step your life will change as your mind changes to the infinite universe mind through the method of subtraction. Since achieving human completion, I now know what it means and why it is the most important thing in the world for each and every person. The meaning and purpose of why we are here is to become complete. To be complete is to have eternal life. It is very stressful going through life without knowing answers to the basic questions of human existence: why am I here? where am I going? what is my meaning and purpose? Now that I am complete I know all the answers which have given me such a great inner peace.

Being complete has also allowed me to know the principles of the world, as well as knowing the meaning of the scriptures. This is also proof of the transformation to the universe mind which is the mind of wisdom. So not knowing what Human Completion is, I took a leap of faith and found out that it was beyond anything I could have imagined. Even better than the heaven that I dreamt of. Human Completion is to live completely transformed from pain to joy; from living confined to repetitive thoughts, behaviors, and reactions to living with ultimate freedom; from living with ignorance – not knowing the principles of the world to living with wisdom; from living self-centered to living without greed and now doing for others is joyful; to live with constant peace and happiness is the best way to live well. I am truly grateful for this era of Human Completion and it is my hope that everyone will become complete soon.

Margie C. / Boston, U.S.A
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I am eternally happy regardless of conditions

I always wished that everyone around me and I were always happy. However, it seemed like happiness was conditional. To fulfill my yearnings for happiness, I participated in sports, music, various social events, volunteering activities, etc. I enjoyed those moments when I kept myself busy, but soon I felt a void within. It seemed like my life was filled with cycles of ups and downs. I questioned the impermanence of life and always feared losing my loved ones. Also I tried to perfect my character by reading self-help books and quotations, but I couldn’t find anything practical that gave me long-lasting happiness.

After my very first session, I felt like the weight of the world had been lifted off of my shoulders. I instantly knew this was the answer. I began to meditate diligently. I was able to discard all of the clutter in my mind, through the simple, precise and logical meditation methods.

Each baggage I discarded raised my level of happiness. After completion of the meditation, I am eternally happy regardless of conditions. I am now able to appreciate my life and everyone around me. I am truly thankful to this meditation, and with the greatest sincerity, I invite you to try it for yourself.

Pralima / Boston U.S.A
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The biggest benefits of this meditation was coming out of the illusionary worldview

People often wonder what meditation is all about and why they should meditate. The reasons why one should practice meditation are just so many to pass it by. Very quickly I saw benefits such as: inner peace, less stress, a greater appreciation of life and people around you, better health, and increased energy. Surely benefits like these make one’s life a lot easier and better, however, there are so many other more important reasons why.

In a way we humans have come to separate and distance ourselves from others and this planet, so much to a degree that we live in more or less separate worlds. There are as many worldviews as there are people in this world. 7 billion people with 7 billion different perceptions of what is right, what is wrong, what is good, what is bad, boring, fun etc. This is the reason why there’s constantly conflicts in our lives, both small-scale (relationships, work, daily life etc) and large-scale (politics, wars). The biggest benefits of this meditation to me is to come out of this illusionary worldview, understanding how we are all one and getting rid of the annoying self in my mind that was constantly judging and hating others, being bothered, being offended and taking things so serious and personal all the time.

In the first levels of the method, I could see how the world I had perceived as a dead material place is actually one living entity. Eventually I really came to realise that we humans have come to live in a self-centered dream, like a shadow of the real world, and unless we wake up from it, this dream is all we will ever know.

This meditation is the method to awaken from this dream, not just a little or almost, there is no such thing, but a 100%. The meditation is to discard all the images taken during one’s life, the images that make up this dream, in order to remove it. If you want to see what’s true in this world, don’t pass this method by.

Victor Mosten
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This is the gift of my life

After meditating, I had a big relief I was looking for. I stopped having unnecessary thoughts that tormented me. I could concentrate better on my projects so my school performance improved. I went from worrying about the future all the time to appreciating the opportunities given to me in the present. I began to deeply appreciate things of everyday life and people around me. As I progressed in the meditation, I realized how selfish I was. I only thought about how to achieve my goals in my life. I could see that this took me away from my loved ones; my family and friends. I had failed to visualize my selfish being because I lived trapped inside a dream. I was not aware of that until I woke up from my dream.

Now, having completed all the levels of the meditation and having found my true mind, I want to give back, even a small amount, in reward for the huge gift that this method has given to me. I want many people to know the real purpose of life, which cannot be found in material things or from the desires or expectations that one has for the world. I found the way to become one with the world itself.

Viridiana S. / university student / Mexico City
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The difference in my life … can be described with one word: Gratitude.

I don’t have any dramatic life story to tell. From the outside, my life looks quite ordinary. I grew up in a safe environment in a suburb in the outskirts of Stockholm. I had friends, a Nintendo video game and everything a kid could wish for. My family was not religious and relatively open-minded, so I was free to make my own life decisions. I graduated from university and got a job at an IT company and thought I would be happy but, in my mind, I was never truly happy. Every time I achieved something that I wanted, I just wanted something else, something more. I was constantly stuck in my thoughts with my wandering mind. I was always wondering, stuck in my own thoughts, asking myself why I had so many thoughts in my head. I tried so many different things to find an answer but everything I tried only gave me a temporary release.
Though very quickly I realized by doing this meditation that this thinking was about myself and the reason that I think so much and why I was so stressed was because I was caring only about myself. For me, I used to carry things that were unnecessary. I knew that ruminations were unnecessary and bad for me but I didn’t want to nor know how to let go. However, through this meditation method I learnt how to truly let go of the worries and thoughts and to me that is true relief.
Now, there is a huge difference between the me before and the me now. Before, I needed so many things in life to be happy. I needed my hobby and I needed to have certain people in my life. I thought I needed a lot of things. Now I have no worries about the future so with this mind I can just live and the universe will take care of things for me. Now I have also learned that when I sincerely care about others more than myself my stress fades away and I now know how to truly contribute to the world. The difference between my life before and after the meditation can be described with one word: Gratitude.
I feel so much gratitude for this meditation, for being able to let go, and for being able to confirm with my mind that I am fundamentally one with everything around me.

Joakim H. / New Grad / Stockholm, Sweden
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