Student Sharing

Separated, Yet Connected

Minh Ngan Tran
02/03/2022

 

COVID-19 — an invisible virus that brought our world on a halt.

When Someone Is Hungry, Offer Them Food

Grace Bruneel
23/02/2022

COVID-19 has brought about many big changes in everyone’s life. With the widespread loss of jobs, new groups of people are joining the poverty line. In 2021, Su Bong Zen Monastery raised some funds and worked with different organizations to distribute vegetarian lunchboxes and daily necessities to the needy. More than eleven times, Zen Master Dae Kwan, together with the sunims and volunteers, distributed more than 8,500 lunchboxes to the elderly, the poor, and the homeless.

Don’t Check, Just Do It! That Is the Miracle

Francis Lau (Article extracted from “Primary Point Fall 2021”)
16/02/2022

I had the precious opportunity of joining the 1,000-People Meditation in the recent years, and the experience was invaluable.

One Experience, One Commitment

Francis Lau — IT Team Member at Su Bong
01/09/2021

The year 2020: Myong Hae Sunim passed away.

Inspirations from 2018 Gak Su Temple Winter Kyol Che in Hong Kong

Shin Jai
21/03/2019

For my first ever winter kyol che in Hong Kong, I arrived at the beautiful Gak Su Temple with a beginner’s mind, readying myself for a nine-week retreat to harmonise my body and mind and to explore the true nature of life.

Surrender

Zen Student
02/02/2019

When I go to a retreat, I usually work on a question that is inspired by the first Dharma talk of that retreat.

Sleepiness during Sitting

Minh
16/01/2019



The retreat last week for me was truly an impactful one. Even though it was my 7th year going to retreats in Gaksu, I had some new experiences that really revolutionized my practice.

SLEEPINESS DURING SITTING

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