Drawings and writings by Woo Myung
In the world, there is that which is true and that which is false. The world is true and man is false. He is false because he does not live in the world but inside his mind. This overlaps the world which leads him to believe he is living in the real world but actually, he is living inside a world of his mind – an illusionary world. Therefore, the world he lives in and he himself living in that world are both false. The world just exists but your mind world is false because it does not exist. The thought that you are alive is the thought of a false ghost, and you are in a non-existent world. You do not exist either. The true world does not disappear no matter how much you get rid of it, but falseness does. Therefore, from the perspective of Truth, it does not exist. In order to not disappear, you must be reborn from Truth.
God is the origin: the metaphysical real substance without form. The source of the Universe consists of Jung and Shin. This existence is not material, but it is a self-existing existence. Man only knows that which is already in his mind, so he can know this existence only when it exists in him; and only to the extent it exists in him.
Completion is a person who has been born as this existence itself,
and only such a person can properly know this existence. Although this existence is alive, it does not have the mind of being alive; it is the place of mind that has transcended everything: it has transcended all knowledge, and it is beyond everything of the human world. What exists in the world is man’s mind, his conceptions and habits; and what exists in the human mind are all illusions. The place of God where man’s mind, his conceptions and habits have departed, is a complete and perfect place. God does not dwell in existence, though the things of the world may exist, and it is completely free and liberated because even the mind of existence does not exist. It lives, and yet, it is not within life, it is an existence that just exists – an eternally living immortal.