Ilchi Lee Spoke on Energy Training in Shizuoka, Japan

Ilchi Lee described the nature of energy in the body and led exercises so the audience could experience the energy, in Shizuoka, Japan, September 16, 2007.

The expansive green-tea fields and towering Mount Fuji dominate the scenery of Shizuoka, which in Japanese means Quiet Hills. While no Dahn Centers exist in this area, the attendance and audience reaction bode well for opening centers in the future.

Participants from Shizuoka experienced Ilchi Lee’s Ji-gam training, feeling the energy in and around our bodies, with its calming influence for meditation. For many of them, it was first time to do Ji-gam.

Ilchi Lee gave the lecture to the audience to celebrate the new Japanese book of Know Your Brain, Change Your Life.

Ilchi Lee Interviewed on AM Radio Korea in New York

Ilchi Lee was interviewed on Mi-Seon Jang’s Women’s Salon, a radio program on New York’s AM Radio Korea, August 13, 2007, discussing for 40 minutes (double the planned time) in an entertaining way the topics of Jangsaeng (Longevity) Walking and Brain Education.

Ilchi Lee shared with the local Korean and Korean-American communities news concerning the great success of the recent Third International Brain HSP Olympiad (in Ellenville, NY), the official registration of the Korea Institute of Brain Science as a Brain Education NGO in consultative status with the United Nations, and his recent in-depth conversation with United Nations Secretary-General Ki-moon Ban.

Ilchi Lee explained the core principles of Jangsaeng Walking and Brain Education, which are health-and-youth-enhancing practices and ways for anyone to easily activate the brain and for free. Having thoroughly read several of his books, Mi-seon Jang, the show’s host, expressed a keen interest in Brain Education and Jangsaeng Walking.

After the broadcast, inquiries regarding the purchase of Geuleuma, nal Sallyeora (Walking to Save My Life) poured into Korean bookstores in New York City. In Korea, sales of the book have reached the million-copy mark. In the United States, November is the release month for a completely new version of this book in English with the working title of Walk Your Way to Wellness: Jangsaeng Walking for Lifelong Vitality.

Ilchi Lee’s “The Walking Cure” Is #1 Among Health Books in South Korea

In less than one month since its publication debut in South Korea on May 5, Ilchi Lee’s latest book The Walking Cure became the #1 best seller among the category of health books.

Ilchi lee's book #1 among health books in South KoreaThe book describes the Jangsaeng (Longevity in Korean) Walking Method, developed by the author to maximize regular walking’s health effects – longer life, reduced stress, less disease, greater brain activity, and more vitality. He lays out the health benefits of Jangsaeng Walking, its scientific-medical justification, and the simple rules to make it one’s natural way of walking for better physical and mental health.

The book was selected by the Korea National Sport University for use in its program for improving the health of CEOs in South Korea. International expressions of interest in the book have been strong in China and Taiwan.