Sorrow… Felt like leaving home and family although nothing, in reality, is waiting for me in these places (or I’m not aware of) possibly linked to my past lives or unknown facts.
Tears are pouring in heart for the moments of feeling so close to Her all the time in Seoul.
Soon missing Her being far away and probably waiting for destiny to settle the connection with her soul image on the wheel of time.
As a reflection of past feelings, the last place visited again in Seoul is the Jogyesa Temple.
Again, I felt in the temple my heart connected to tears and spread the divine love all around and to the existence itself.
Deep inside, I feel that the visions of past lives and feeling Her are now clear. I expect to continue on the path of enlightenment into the future.
Also, related to the connection felt with places and people from Korea, mostly in Seoul, it feels Busan as a connection gives an emotional reality perception of destiny and relationship with the past.
One aspect is sure, though. The meditation instance became more focused, and divine love energy feeling rose inside my heart at high levels of awareness due to dots’ connection in destiny path related to visions.
One thing is to see it and different to walk on the path feeling it.
Jogyesa (Jogye Temple) is the chief temple of the Jogye Order of Korean Buddhism. The building dates back to the late 14th century and became the order’s chief temple in 1936. It thus plays a leading role in the current state of Seon Buddhism in South Korea. The temple was first established in 1395, at the dawn of the Joseon Dynasty; the modern temple was founded in 1910 and initially called “Gakhwangsa”. The name was changed to “Taegosa” during the period of Japanese rule, and then to the present name in 1954.https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jogyesa
Jogyesa is located in Gyeonji-dong, Jongno-gu, in downtown Seoul. Natural monument No. 9, an ancient white pine tree, is located within the temple grounds. Jogyesa Temple is located in one of the most popular cultural streets in Seoul, Insa-dong, near the Gyeongbokgung Palace.
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