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TitleHuman Technology: A Toolkit For Authentic Living
Author(s)Ilchi Lee
PublishedJune 2005
PublisherHealing Society, Inc.
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In 2000, Ilchi Lee’s Healing Society (Hampton Roads, 2000) ignited a movement across the world for Healing Society in Action, whose participants taught holistic health to elders and children, held conferences to promote peace. Healing Society introduced thousands of readers to Dahnhak, Brain Respiration, and Lee’s revolutionary perspective on mass enlightenment. In Human Technology, Lee now offers you his essential teachings distilled from a lifetime of study. Lee presents a toolkit for self-reliance management of the core issues of life: health, sexuality, and life purpose. Meditation, breath-work, and Oriental healing arts are offered as self-reliant health management skills. A distinctive perspective on sex and sex education and an inspirational guide to discover a passionate life purpose are featured. This book also includes a practical guide to optimize our life’s master controllerâ€"the brain. In the name of comfort and security, we have created increasingly complex systems that demand our lives for their maintenance. Systems cannot answer life’s most important questionsâ€"only you can. The ultimate goal of education, institutions, and expertise should be self-education. Only then will technology serve humanity rather than reign over us. Human Technology contains the principles and tools that can return us to self-mastery and the life well lived. From the Author We carry a deep wish to create a healthier, happier, and more peaceful society. I believe in the power of this wish. I believe that the people who nurture this wish by the choices and actions that stem from their courageous insights make history. The most valuable legacy that we can pass on to future generations is the recovery of our humanity so that they can experience a deeper and more meaningful existence. With the power of the Human Technology skills outlined in this book, we can make this legacy a reality in our lifetime. About the Author Ilchi Lee has dedicated his life to health and peace education. In 1980 Lee undertook an intensive twenty-one-day meditation on Mount Moak in South Korea, which culminated in his spiritual awakening to a philosophy of enlightened action. Lee is the founder of Dahnhak and Brain Respiration, integrative mind-body training programs. He is also the founder of the Healing Society and Earth Human Movements. Lee has authored twenty-eight books, including Healing Society, The Twelve Enlightenments for Healing Society, and Brain Respiration.

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