The origin of completion is the sky before the sky, that is, it is Jung and Shin – the origin of the Universe. While it is true that all creations are complete, it is also true that all creations and man can become complete only when completion comes as a person. People often believe that they themselves are buddhas, but because they live in an illusionary picture world, they are not buddhas, or saints, but illusions and pictures. When one completely dies and becomes the origin that is completion itself, the complete person will make him complete by resurrecting him and making him live in the land of completion. To become a Buddha, one must completely die for only then does that which is real remain, and he must be born from it. To be reborn, there must only be Truth, which none of one’s false self remaining, and he can only be born and live in that world if Truth gives him new birth. Only that which is real can bring about human completion, and such is Truth; only that which is real can save man in the real land. Just as there are fertilized and unfertilized eggs, there must be man’s true self inside him to become the Universe after he dies and for his true self, who is God, to live. Human completion is when one has a true soul resurrected within him, and such a person is complete and Truth.
Drawn, Written by Woo Myung
Teacher Woo Myung is the founder of the meditation method to achieve human completion. In addition to being an accomplished composer, artist, calligraphist, and lecturer, Teacher Woo Myung has created works that transcend languages and cultures to deeply touch the heart and minds of people worldwide.
He is the award winning author of 10 bestselling books, including Stop Living in This Land, Go to the Everlasting World of Happiness, Live There Forever which hit #1 on Amazon’s Bestseller list in 2014 and received many book awards that year. Also in 2014, Where You Become True Is the Place of Truth won the Montaigne Medal by Eric Hoffer Book Awards as the most thought provoking book.
From humble beginnings and the perpetual questions about life and existence, the answers to these questions only came to Teacher Woo Myung after he achieved Truth. He then realized that anyone can become Truth if they discarded their selves, and he began to ponder on the best method possible to teach others to also become Truth. “In order to teach people, there needed to be a method. I studied this question from the perspective of ordinary people.” He no longer needed to cleanse his own mind, but he studied even harder, eventually resulting in seven levels of meditation methods. To this day he continues to study, write, and give speeches on these questions.