|One of my closest Dharma brothers, the Lithuanian monk, Bo Haeng Sunim, died suddenly on April 22 in his sleep at Hwa Gye Sah temple in Seoul, South Korea. He was only 60 years old, yet he was a person of unusually strong body and mind. Why do such things happen, and what do they say about this life? Now, in this season of war and climate crisis, it is more important than ever to look into this.|
On Saturday, June 11, 2022, Zen Master Dae Bong will be giving a live ZOOM Dharma talk from Korea on the topic “When I Die, Where Do I Go?” — with specific time to share stories about the amazing life and sincere practice of Bo Haeng Sunim, his student. This is also a chance for Zen Master Dae Bong to answer your questions about this or any topics related to your practice.
|This FREE talk and Q&A is an important event that no student of Zen should miss.|
Zen Master Dae Bong is one of the foremost living disciples of our root Teacher, Zen Master Seung Sahn. Bo Haeng Sunim’s untimely passing becomes an opportunity for many people in the public to have an opportunity to hear the teaching of one of the great living teachers of Zen in the world today — Zen Master Dae Bong.
The event is free, and there is no registration required. (We do not know whether the event is being recorded or not, so you might not want to miss it LIVE.￼￼)
The live Zoom Dharma talk will be held at 09:00 Regensburg (10:00 Vilnius) time.
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Meeting ID: 883 2494 9254
Pass Code : 174981
We are very sorry for not announcing this event sooner, but we only became aware of it in the last few days. I will also be joining the talk, since I always benefit from the extraordinary wisdom, warmth, and compassion of Zen Master Dae Bong — one of the truly greatest Teachers in our lineage of Zen.
Many thanks to Dae Bong Sunim and the Lithuanian Kwan Um School of Zen sangha for making this event available to us, so that we may all come together and turn this sad passing of a great and true Monk into jet fuel for our practice.
Thank you all for your love, your practice, and your support. I hope to see you there.
Yours in the Dharma,