Sunday, July 21, 2013

Ilchi Lee presents Change The LifeParticle Effect film premiere, LA Live


Los AngelesCA- "CHANGE - THE LIFEPARTICLE EFFECT" documentary on July 20, 2013 at the Regal Cinemas.
NY Times best-selling author
and film director 
Ilchi Lee
shakes hands with
Scientific Thinker 
Author Howard Bloom, NY.

The film premiere was by Ilchi Lee, a respected educator, mentor, author and innovator. Lee has devoted himself to developing the awakened brain and teaching energy principles through numerous mind-body-spirit practices. He has written 34 books, including the New York Times bestseller, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart. His newest book "LifeParticle meditation, a practical guide to healing & transformation," is a companion to the film, where his autographing session attracted long lines around the hallways at the Regal Cinemas, LA Live, downtown Los Angeles.

Following the one-hour CHANGE documentary, Lee illustrated how positive energy awakens the brain. Everyone was handed two, two-inch, spiral
Author/Film Dir. Ilchi Lee
magnets for his energy demonstration.

“It takes energy to be happy,” Lee told the packed theater. “It also takes energy to be unhappy, but you want to be happy right?” Everyone shouted back, “YES!”

Later Lee had people dancing in their chairs to a disco style music video. Television (youtube) interviews:  

A similar film premiere was held in Pasadena, CA, too.

Ilchi Lee was born, Lee Seung-Heun on December 23, 1950. He’s a South Korean author and the founder of a variety of mind-body training methods, including Dahnhak (丹学), Dahn yoga, Brain Respiration, Brain Education, and DahnMuDo. 

Lee began teaching his methods in a park in the 1980s, and since that time the practice has developed into an international network of for-profit and non-profit entities. For more about Ilchi Lee and his upcoming tours, projects and books visit:

Ilchi Lee, executive director, "CHANGE"
ABOUT Ilchi Lee from his website: (

“Ilchi” is the name Ilchi Lee chose for himself nearly 30 years ago, following a life changing spiritual experience. “Il ()” means “one” and “chi ()” means “finger.”

“Ilchi” refers to the index finger, indicating “pointing the Way.” “The Way,” referred to as the “Tao,” is considered the essence of Oneness, the natural order of existence. Embracing the Korean Taoist tradition, known as Sun Do, Ilchi Lee awakened to the universal principle that humanity is connected to the Cosmos, the Earth and all of creation.

Born to a family of educators in South Korea during the Korean War, Ilchi Lee
(L-R) Aida Mayo Marsha Takamiya,
Singer Karen Stella Jane and Jade Kim.
had severe learning disabilities. Though he graduated from high school, he was not able to pass his college entrance exam. This concerned his father, who blamed himself for failing to educate his own child and retired early.

lchi Lee was born in 1950 in Cheonan (천안 天安), South Korea. His father was a teacher, yet he reports having struggled in school due to his inability to focus and a preference for imaginative play. Later in life, he would identify himself as having overcome Attention Deficit Disorder through rigorous physical and mental training.

He suggests in his books that these early experiences formed the foundation of the brain-based training techniques he would develop later in life.

Aida Mayo and Scientific Thinker and Author Howard Bloom, NY, at the
book signing after the Film premiere of 'CHANGE'.

In his adolescence he turned to the martial art Taekwondo (태권도 跆拳道) to help calm his restless mind. He eventually earned a fourth-level black belt and opened a successful martial arts studio.

He took the first term of Taekwondo master education hosted by Kukkiwon in 1972. After he graduated from Dankook University (단국대학교 檀國大學校) in 1977 with a B.S. degree in clinical pathology and physical education, he opened a health clinic, which according to his own account did well. Lee later married and settled down to raise a family.

For more info about Ilchi Lee visit: 
For more about his upcoming projects visit:

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