Zen Monk: Hae Kwang Sunim
Zen Monk: Hae Kwang Sunim, will be joining us again…
registration is now open for this unique experience!
Sunday, March 25th
Workshop #1 Inner Peace Qigong
12:00 – 2:00 PM
$35 + tax
Workshop #2 Mastering Mind
2:00 – 3:45 PM
$25 + tax
Workshop #1 & #2
$50 + tax
Please register by clicking below.
Meet our teacher…
Hae Kwang Sunim started training at the age of 18 in Thailand. He has taken full seminary and in temple training, with graduated ordinations (including Bhikkhu ordination) under Patriarch Kun Sunim in South Korea. He spent over 25 years distilling the deepest and hardest to grasp teachings into a simplified language so it can be taught and effectively applied directly in daily life. In 2005 (2549), the 19th Headquarters in Korea appointed Venerable Hae Kwang as Director of Bo Kwang Zen Center Palm Springs, U.S.A. In 2013, the Western Bhikkhus Council nominated Hae Kwang Sunim 교구장 Kyo Goo Jahng of all American-European Temples (closest english translation: North American-European Oversight Head / Bishop / Director).
Qigong and Mind-Body Training – Hae Kwang Sunim drew from the most effective mind-body teachings he acquired from studying under different teachers in the East, including the teachings of Wat Bua Luang in Thailand. The methodology is based on the ancient Eastern principles of Hai Palung (Energy Healing), Pon Klie Kwan Sow (Emotional Release), Meditation, Food Based Healing and the importance of compassion, gratitude, oneness, outreach and the need to support the whole person holistically – body, mind and spirit.
“When the mind is trained, quieted, then room is created for our brightness, our True Self to shine through. The nature of True Self IS positive, loving, witnessing, unmoved in the moving. No positive affirmation can deliver the depth of contentment, of joy that already exists, that comes forward from True Self. The more we connect with it, the more it grows through us. In such an environment, the body has comfort, hurry sickness and chasing to ‘fix’ what we ‘thought’ we were collapses. The nervous system can finally rest – Stillness. From this place, the body will not easily fall prey to disease.” – Hae Kwang Sunim