Ilchi Lee becomes the first Korean author to rank on the four major bestseller lists in the United States with his inspirational book The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart.
From the press release:
In the past two months, crowds of several hundred readers and fans gathered to watch Lee lecture at book signings at major Barnes & Noble locations throughout the United States and popular independent bookstores in and around New York City and Washington, DC, including stores like Books-A-Million, Book Revue, and One More Page. In addition to the crowds at the book signings, The Call of Sedona has inspired the formation of over 300 meditation circles around the country that use the book as a guide.
In The Call of Sedona, Ilchi Lee shares his personal memoirs and the inspirations he received in Sedona. The book also provides a range of advice on meditation and spirituality that will benefit anyone, anywhere. Lee describes how anyone can empower the self by experiencing the true spirit of Sedona—even without stepping onto Sedona’s soil. In this spirit of gratitude, Lee is donating 30 percent of his royalties from the sale of his book to three Sedona area charities: Camp Soaring Eagle, Yavapai Big Brother Big Sisters and the Sedona Community Center.
Ilchi Lee is an educator, mentor and trailblazer devoted to developing the awakened brain and teaching energy principles. He began teaching meditation and breathing exercises in 1980 in a park in his native South Korea. With the dream of helping people seeking fulfillment, Lee developed the mind-body-spirit methods of Dahn Yoga and Brain Education based on his unique experiences in meditation. Since he first visited Sedona 16 years ago, Lee has dedicated himself to sharing the message and spirit he has received from Sedona.
Photos courtesy of Ilchi Lee’s facebook page