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The Art of Living Meditation 

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About Our Guest Speaker

Dr Jenelle Kim

International bestseller 
  Dr. Jenelle Kim, DACM, L.Ac., is a distinguished International best-selling author, 9th-generation Master Herbologist & formulator, Doctor of Acupuncture and Chinese Medicine, and practitioner of qi gong. With her extensive expertise, Dr. Kim combines the ancient wisdom of East Asia with the advancements of Western medicine to positively impact lives.
  As a renowned wellness expert, Dr. Kim's contributions have been recognized by notable publications such as Forbes, Allure, Meditation Magazine, Time, and Good Morning America. She passionately merges her lineage's proprietary formulas, movements, and philosophies with modern practices, making her the first woman to be the custodian of centuries-old traditions.
 In January 2022, Dr. Kim published her debut book, Myung Sung: The Korean Art of Living Meditation, with Watkins/Penguin Random House. This globally acclaimed book, available in more than 20 countries and 10 languages, introduces The 8 Keys of Living Meditation. By combining meditation, movement, and medicine, these ancient principles and methods enable individuals to achieve balance, clarity, and calm in their daily lives
  With over 20 years of experience in the beauty and wellness industry, Dr. Kim's all-natural luxury products have graced renowned spas worldwide, including the Ritz Carlton, Four Seasons, and Mandarin Oriental. Her formulas are also sought after by esteemed retailers such as Nordstrom, Neiman Marcus, and Bergdorf Goodman, as well as natural marketplaces like Whole Foods Market and Sprouts.

Myung Sung: The Korean Art Living Meditation
Meditation, Medicine & Movement and The 8 Keys of Living Meditation
By: Dr. Jenelle Kim

Imagine if all your struggles in life--in work, marriage, parenting, health, and more-- could become less difficult. What if you could achieve a new level of awareness that allowed you to see yourself, others, and your path in life more clearly? What if you could change your habits so that every day you’re investing in your own longevity, happiness, and optimal health? While it may sound too good to be true, and it certainly won’t happen overnight, this is what Myung Sung® teaches us. 
Myung Sung is Living Meditation®. It’s a lifestyle practice and mindset that originated with East Asian philosophers and is rooted in the teachings of the Tao, or the way of the universe. It has been passed down for centuries, helping people learn how to place themselves beyond the persisting negative influences in life, such as stress and conflict, to connect with the limitless reserves of natural energy that exist around us.
As the daughter of a Korean monk, Myung Sung Living Meditation is a way of life for me. It has helped me grow my own business, raise a family, cultivate good relationships, and achieve my lifelong goal of writing a book. In my opinion, the best way to learn about Myung Sung is with the 3 Ms-- meditation, medicine, and movement and the best way to apply Myung Sung is through The 8 Keys.
1. Meditation
When most people think of meditation, they picture someone sitting still in complete silence. With Myung Sung, this is not the case. Instead of taking time away from our busy lives, we incorporate the techniques of meditation and mindfulness into every action we take. We learn to clear our minds of wandering thoughts and tap into a deeper peace.
When we live in this meditative mindset, we are more in tune with ourselves and the world around us. We’re able to see situations from the perspective of others and think through our decisions more carefully. We’re able to deepen our relationships and gain a new depth of self-knowledge and understanding. As your way of thinking changes, you’ll begin to notice an impact on your life.
It’s important to remember, though, that our minds are connected to our bodies, spirit, and the universe, so you must take care of your whole self in order to live in meditation.
2. Medicine
When ancient Eastern practitioners spoke about medicine, they did not only mean what you consume when you’re sick or injured but how you care for your body every day to ensure it is functioning at its most optimal. 
As we begin to live more mindfully, we become more aware of our own condition and can make better choices to improve our health. To become the best versions of ourselves, we need to listen to our bodies and provide them with the support and nourishment they need. Natural foods, especially herbs, mushrooms, and vegetables, are packed with nutrients, adaptogens, and antioxidants, that help fuel our bodies and minds with what we need to thrive. 
3. Movement
In Myung Sung, the freedom to move while you meditate is not just an accommodation for our busy lives, but a key element of the practice. When we are mindful of our movements, even during simple, everyday tasks such as washing the dishes, we’re able to become more aware of how our actions affect our minds. Creating a stronger mind-body connection also helps us learn to feel the natural energy that exists within us, our chi, and the flow of the universe around us.
When we are stressed, we can feel our chi (or “vital energy”) become stagnant. We often notice this when our thinking becomes sluggish and foggy, our muscles feel tight and tense, or we just feel drained, unmotivated and uptight.
Just like with meditation, the key is to not just view movement as an activity you partake in when you have the time, but as a key part of your lifestyle. While going to the gym works for some people, you can also incorporate short bursts of movement throughout your day, or meet with friends to go on a walk after work to prevent your chi from becoming imbalanced. 
These three elements-- meditation, medicine, and movement-- are the pillars of Myung Sung because they connect us back to the universe and our true selves. With Myung Sung, we carry the peace and clarity of meditation with us in every moment to become the best versions of ourselves.

The 8 Keys: Tools for Achieving Living Mediation

Key 1: Know Your True Self

Life presents us with unlimited opportunities to learn about our true selves. Knowing who we truly are puts us on a path to become the greatest version of ourselves. True strength, peace and freedom come from inside of ourselves.

Key 2: The True-Right-Correct Method

What is true is a reflection of our inner state. The right decision is what does the best for everyone involved. The correct choice to make is a balance between what is right and
what is true.

Key 3: Stop Being Drunk on Your Own Thoughts

In Korean, Doe Chi means to be “drunk on one’s thoughts”. We use this phrase to describe those who allow their thoughts and beliefs to limit their view. To practice Myung Sung, we widen our perspective, and then we take accountability for our actions and see our circumstances clearly. Through this we become empowered and able to change our own reality.

Key 4: How Will You Be Remembered?

We are all going to leave a legacy. How significant that legacy is depends on us. When we begin looking for ways to plant seeds of goodness for future generations, we often notice that there are small, everyday opportunities to do so all around us.

Key 5: Seek Connectedness & Honor

To live with honor means to respect others for the role they perform for the good of all. This respect is based on a deep appreciation and underlying love for all living things.

Key 6: Change Your Reality for the Better

We all have the ability to change our realities for better or for worse. When we let our inner world determine our outer reality, we can cultivate a sense of deep peace and strength that carries us through every situation.

Key 7: It Only Takes One Match to Light a Thousand

It only takes one positive action, one person, or one thought to ignite a thousand more. However, just as there is night and day, loud and soft, masculine and feminine, yin and yang, there is always positive and negative, which means that just as this principle applies to the positive, it also means that one negative action, person or thought can ignite a thousand more. If we know the impact that even one of our thoughts has, then
we can be that much more aware of the fact that each one of us holds the power and has the choice in any and every situation to make our lives and the lives of those around us better or not. No moment is unimportant.

Key 8: Be Like Bamboo

There are times to be hard and there are times to be flexible. This is the balance of life. Instead of always being inflexible, be like bamboo: strong but flexible so as not to break, with knowledge, experience and wisdom that softly moves with the rhythm of the Tao – the way of the universe.
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