We welcome everyone to our August’s special retreat. You will learn about energy and breathing through Haeng-gong training and breathing meditation which will help you have a healthy mind and body.
People are born with energy from heaven and earth, and live with that energy. The earth’s energy is absorbed through the foods we eat and what we drink. Heavenly energy comes into the human body through breathing and harmonises with the energy of the earth. It circulates evenly inside our bodies and always results in a clear aura.
We can maintain our good health.
Do you have good breathing ?
Do you have quality food ?
Do you have quality of life ?
We will be having some healthy Korean food for lunch.
Date : 27 August 2017 (Sunday)
Time : 9.00 am – 4.30 pm
Place : Gosford Meditation Temple
20 Bundaleer Crescent, Bensville, NSW, 2251
Cost : $ 65 (Concession : $ 45)
RSVP : by 23 August 2017
Contact : (02) 4368 3494
Welcome to this special healthy food retreat. We will cultivate in you a daily routine of mindfulness and oneness with nature.
Meditation practice helps us awaken to the great potential of our chi-energy. Meditation also helps us increase self-awareness so we can clarify our visions and hopes. Come develop your bright, fresh and profoundly grounded energy and establish a new rhythm for your spiritual development. Explore different types of meditation that are easily implemented in daily life such as walking, Qi-gong, healing massage and ‘health life” talk by Rev. Inmyung Kyomunim..
Why do we need to have healthy foods?
Healthy foods are important for us to keep fit by providing necessary energy. They are beneficial to longevity by helping prevent physical diseases. A sound spirit also dwells in a healthy body.
We will have the opportunity to make some healthy Korean foods and eat them together such as gimbap, vegetarian mandoo soup and organic ginger tea made of ginger picked directly from our garden.
Date: 25 June 2017 (Sunday)
Time: 9:00am – 2:00pm
Place: Gosford Meditation Temple, 20 Bundaleer Crescent, Bensville, NSW 2251
Cost: $30 (veggie lunch with organic ginger tea will be provided)
RSVP by 22 June 2017
We had a great and pleasant moment while we’re making Lotus Cup Lanterns at Woy Woy.
This is a photo of Sotaesan’s Great Enlightenment Day, where we commemorate Sotaesan’s great achievement in 1916 when he was attained complete and great Nirvana in Korea.
We share this day with our Friends and took photos after the ceremony at the Bensville Temple.
Gyomunim took a photo with Dowon and Frans.
Frans play a Guitar for this day.
Inmyung gyomunim read Prime Master’s Message.
We share Lunch and it was Korean Bibimbab.
The WonBuddhism Centre at Bensville is running two, two week courses on
MEDITATION AND DAILY PRACTICES TO CREATE A PEACEFUL MIND
Wednesday, May 3rd & 10th –Meditation and Reducing Stress (7:00pm-8:30pm)
Wednesday, May 17th & 24th-Mindfulness and Positive Thinking (7:00pm-8:30pm)
Presented by a Western Buddhist Monk
These courses will help change your perspective on life and assist in creating a peaceful mind.
For further details contact:
Address: 20 Bundaleer Crescent, Bensville NSW 2251
Tel: 02) 4368 2393
Monday ~ Friday (1:00 ~4:00 pm)
Great Enlightenment Day celebration and meditation – 29/04/2017
We are delighted to invite you to this special occasion.
101 years ago at the first light of dawn of the 28th of April 1916, Master So Tae San was enlightened to the truth of the universe. Won Buddhism was born on that day. Every year we celebrate this day as our spiritual birthday.
For this year’s celebration, on the 29th of April we will practise various types of meditation and Qi Gong. There will also be a special guest speech about the 1st words of Master So Tae San after his enlightenment.
Mr. Frans will play Musics for this Day.
Time: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Saturday, 29th of April 2017
Place: Gosford Meditation Centre
20 Bundaleer Crescent, Bensville, NSW 2251
We will provide Korean Bibimbop for lunch.
Your donations will be highly appreciated.
Please RSVP by 26th of April 2017.
phone: (02) 4368 2393
Rev. Inmyung & Rev. Heajin