Regardless of what comes and goes on the stage, the stage is always just there. The people of the world are all actors, but if they own the stage, they become the masters.Woo Myung
Teacher Woo Myung was born in Kyungbook province in South Korea. He was deeply affected by the passing of his father when he was nine and began to have many questions about life's origins. Although he became a successful businessman running a college preparatory academy, he frequently pondered upon the futility of man and the meaning of life and death.
In his search for enlightenment at Gaya Mountain, he began to discard his mind world and all the minds he had accumulated since birth. The answers to these questions only came to Woo Myung after he achieved Truth. He then realized that anyone can become Truth if they discarded their false selves, and he began to ponder on the best method possible to teach others to become Truth, eventually resulting in his seven-level meditation method. “In order to teach people, there needed to be a method. I studied this question from the perspective of ordinary people.”
Woo Myung’s method of teaching meditation is detailed and exact. Along with the fact that students experience enlightenments in each step of the meditation, his teachings and methods give students confidence in the progress of their journey, as well as a certainty of the destination of their meditation.
He once said, “It is not my purpose to make disciples. I am here to make masters.” He was referring to the fact that anyone can become Truth when they meditate according to the meditation method. Results of the meditation have shown the universality and accuracy of the method. It also carries the meaning that those who have become Truth can become masters who can guide others to Truth.
Woo Myung’s sole purpose is to help people to escape from their mind worlds and become one, so that they may live in the true world as an eternally liberated and peaceful existence. He created a complete method that enables people to discard their false bodies and minds and be reborn as their original true nature.
Nature’s flow is to just live as water flows, without going against the laws of nature; it is living without conflicts; it is living as one without separation between you and me; living simply as one in togetherness; it is living for others before one’s self; it is doing without the mind of having done; it is simply just living. Such is a life of nature’s flow.Woo Myung