Stop Living in This Land

Stop Living in This Land

Go to the Everlasting World of Happiness : Live There Forever

Book - 2012
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At last, the way to become complete is here. Now we can live in the everlasting world of happiness. By discarding the fake within one s mind, one can live as the infinite, never changing universe, which is the true self. This book unveils the mystery of the human mind and teaches the ultimate solution to become liberated from the illusion of the false self and live forever as Truth. It gives all people hope to be free of pain and suffering.This book is for everyone: those seeking happiness, those suffering from stress and worries, those searching for the meaning and purpose of life, those wanting to understand the human mind, those wanting to know the universe mind, those interested in spirituality and Truth, and those wanting a unified world of harmony and peace. The diversity of people interested in these teachings is as vast as humanity itself. What is the human mind? What is the meaning and the purpose of life? What is enlightenment? Countless numbers have asked these questions and many have tried to answer them. This book provides the ultimate answers. Now is the time to stop living in this land. Now is time to go to the everlasting world of happiness. Now is the time to live forever in the true world. Woo Myung will teach you how.
Publisher: Arlington, MA : Cham Books, c2012.
Edition: First Edition.
ISBN: 9780984912407
Branch Call Number: 158.1 U
BF637.S4 .M98 2012
Characteristics: 377 : col.ill. ; 22 cm.


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Mar 26, 2016

Woo Myung runs a cult organisation called Maum Meditation that has multiple chapters around the world and has its headquarters in Korea. A quick Google search reveals stories of how this organisation has destroyed lives and seperated families. It teaches members that all humans live in a fake mental dream world of their own making and the only way out is to die to your fake self. The way he delivers this message in this book is very wishy-washy in technical nonsense jargon that easily confuses anyone who hasn't read it before. It reads out VERY new agey and the author uses much repetition to drill his ideas into readers' minds; it resembles brainwashing.

Watch out for this dude.


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