43 year-old Haemin Sunim says that one of the best ways to face reality is to observe it.
For him, awareness – which you may have used yourself – is all about self-awareness and holding a clever demeanour not only at the universe around you, but at your own thoughts, either they’re certain or not.
Haemin, a best-selling author and famous as the ‘mega monk’, spends his time leading group therapy programmes for immature people but also delivering critical lessons about complacency to all of us.
Instead of a lottery ticket, buy flowers. If you buy flowers, you will hit the kitty of appreciating their beauty though fail. pic.twitter.com/b6BPhweAX0
— Haemin Sunim (@haeminsunim) March 9, 2017
‘I am much better at condensing my summary and putting it into 4 or 5 opposite sentences,’ he told The Telegraph.
‘Nowadays we have a very brief courtesy span. So people actually like that.’
For anyone wanting to cut by the crap of bland life and receive some correct difference in succinct, neat doses, Haemin’s Twitter account is for you.
— Haemin Sunim (@haeminsunim) March 20, 2017
From elementary difference of knowledge we competence already be informed with (but need reminding of) such as ‘think reduction about your problems and some-more about the contentment of others’ to reminders to take a walk and reconnect with nature, his tweets are easy for anyone to get on house with.
Raised outward Seoul in South Korea, before his stream work Haemin complicated sacrament at Harvard Divinity School and at Princeton right up to doctorate level.
And after grave friar training, has been a teacher of Buddhism since.
The smirch that you immediately notice in someone is substantially a smirch of yours. If you didn’t have it, you wouldn’t have beheld it so quickly. pic.twitter.com/ahwYbMRZ8I
— Haemin Sunim (@haeminsunim) March 17, 2017
It was his time as a organisation therapist – during which he was so mostly asked for life recommendation – that he incited to social media to broach his message.
And now his tweets, which cocktail up containing bite-sized pieces of advice on the feeds of all who follow him, have amassed him some-more than one million followers.
Of all the difference that flow out of the mouths every day, how many of them are really ours, and how many are patched together from others’? pic.twitter.com/lILU6CsiW9
— Haemin Sunim (@haeminsunim) March 8, 2017
After a peek at the pretension of his book – The Things You Can See Only When You Slow Down – it’ll come as no warn that much of Haemin’s recommendation centres around taking life as a whole more slowly.
Especially for those of us who don’t take the time – as he does – to discuss any day, his reminders to simply postponement and breathe are acquire to anyone held up in the hecticness of daily life.
If you wish to transparent divided the clouds of thought, keep your mind in the benefaction by intuiting the pleasing feeling of low breathing. pic.twitter.com/p72nlaL1xx
— Haemin Sunim (@haeminsunim) March 3, 2017
Which is substantially because the book has now sole some-more than 3 million copies worldwide.
While we hatred the classify of millennials being ‘stuck to their phones’ some-more than anyone, Haemin’s reminders to bond with others face to face are especially relevant for the generation.
You may enterprise money, power, and prestige, but your low subconscious desires unselfish love, harmony, humor, beauty, peace, and acceptance. pic.twitter.com/JwZK6aCFli
— Haemin Sunim (@haeminsunim) March 4, 2017
Haemin believes our attribute with ‘news’ is one thing that creates his recommendation so easy to ring with:
‘It’s just so intense,’ he said.
‘We wish to take a break, to come back to the own body, the own emotions, and to the people who are sitting in front of us.
Life teaches us by errors. When we accept the doctrine from the mistake with piety and gratitude, we grow that much more. pic.twitter.com/CQptLmBiuX
— Haemin Sunim (@haeminsunim) March 14, 2017
‘I listened that infrequently it’s easier for relatives to attract their children’s courtesy by texting them.
‘We are really connected but at the same time desperately lonely.’
After scrolling by his Twitter account, anyway.