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Integrative Zen Practice
July 8, 2017 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm UTC-6
Tae Won Snim is a Zen master and the grand master in the traditional Korean Martial Art of Poog Ryu Do, as well as the Abbott of a Seon Temple in Daejeon, South Korea. He developed the Integrative Zen Practice to assist those seeking peace, spiritual balance and growth through body and mind.
Integrative Zen Practice is a healing practice that combines Buddhayoga, Dhyana Dance, the teachings of the Dharma and Zen Meditation to develop Mindfulness of Non-dualism, beyond self, recognizing our Buddha nature.
In Integrative Zen Practice participants train to embody mindfulness, to wake up the body and mind and through this practice, find truth of “What is Real”. The goal is to attain and experience our true nature – to pass through the gates to the “before thinking point; before thoughts”. In this place, our true nature, lies “Nature hood”, lies “real-hood”, lies Buddhahood. Buddha nature. Your self is Buddha-hood, Buddha-hood is your self. As we understand non-dualism we will become aware of the wholeness of everything, and the joy of awakening in fullness, through the Integrative Zen Practice.
Integrative Zen Practice uses “4 Tools for Mindfulness,” without judgment, from moment to moment. In short, F.A.W.A.