The Won Buddhist practice of “timeless” Zen aims to bring mindfulness into every part of our lives.

By Rev. Sangjin Song

If you ask people what comes to mind when they hear the word meditation, most would say “sitting on a cushion, focusing on the breath.” Even Googling it brings up images of people sitting in a tranquil space with ambient lighting and hands in mudra postures. I lead a meditation group at a local university and asked a group of students the question “What is meditation to you?” and their replies were similar. They regarded meditation as something to do at rest, separate from their academic and social life, relegating it to the seated posture.

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