Promote the Betterment of Others and Achieve Eternal Harmony with One Another!!
through the Practice of ‘Resolution of Grievances for Mutual Beneficence’
Daesoon Truth is a fresh, new approach to achieving eternal peace and harmony for humanity. To accomplish this aim, Daesoon Jinrihoe advocates the practices of the ‘Resolution of Grievances (Haewon)’ and the ‘Grateful Reciprocation of Favors (Boeun)’ to foster Mutual Beneficence (Sangsaeng) all throughout the world.
Through the practice of these two principles, we could resolve accumulated grievances and grudges, have our minds become pure and clean without any greed or selfishness; just like the affectionate mind of a mother interacting with her own child, and lastly, restore our innate true conscience.
We consistently put these religious concepts into practice through our Basic Works (Propagation, Edification, & Spiritual Cultivation) and Three Major Works (Social Welfare, Education, & Charity Aid).
When facing despair and calamities, people naturally look to deities, buddhas, and bodhisattvas to find some sense of solace. Unbeknownst to humanity; however, deities, buddhas, and bodhisattvas have their own source of solace, and that is none other than the Supreme God of the Ninth Heaven (Gucheon Sangje). It was He whom they petitioned in humanity's darkest hour, and it was He who descended into the world to rectify disorder and reveal the path to an everlasting paradise. Brick by brick, this path is paved as we collectively resolve grievances and grudges, live in accordance with mutual beneficence, and serve one another in gratitude through Daesoon Jinri (Daesoon Truth) revealed by the Supreme God.
The Resolution of Grievance for Mutual Beneficence,
A Novel Approach to Secure Eternal Peace & Harmony for Humankind
The ‘Great Creator and Supreme God of the Ninth Heaven (Gucheon Daewon Johwa Jushin)’ who presides over the Three Realms (Heaven, Earth, and Humanity) with great authority, made a Great Itineration around the whole world and then came to reside in a Golden Icon of Maitreya Buddha in Geumsansa temple at Moak mountain in Jeonju, North Jeolla province, Korea.
After spiritually inhabiting that icon for 30 years, He finally descended into the human world as Kang Jeungsan and carried out the ‘Reordering Works of Heaven and Earth (Chunji-gongsa).’ These Works were undertaken to rectify the disorder of the chaotic universe, realign Heaven and Earth into their proper order and open up the eternal Earthly Paradise of the Later World. This will ultimately lead to the universal salvation of divine beings and humanity. Previously, they were in a devastated state wherein divine beings and human beings found themselves unable to communicate with one another and divine beings could not even properly communicate among themselves. Consequently, humanity had fallen into all kinds of devastating calamities.
As civil unrest was growing in Jeonju (Perfected Territory) County in November of the Gapjin Year (1904), the public sentiment began worsening. During this turmoil, Sangje reached Jeonju Government Capital. When Kim Bo-Gyeong came to have an audience with Sangje, Sangje asked him in curiosity, "Since Kim Byeong-Wuk holds a crucial role in the government, he should put all his efforts into quelling the unrest. What is his plan?" Then Bo-Gyeong passed His words to Byeong-Wuk. Byeong-Wuk asked Bo-Gyeong to pass his words to Sangje by saying, "It is impossible for me to repress this uprising which is spreading like wildfire, so please resolve the matter." Sangje realized Byeong-Wuk's situation after hearing from Bo-Gyeong, and He just smiled. That night, when snow and rain was falling down and the weather became bitterly cold, the crowds who had gathered at the encampment were unable to endure the freezing temperatures and began to disperse. Because the cold, snow, and rain continued for three days, the crowds did not manage to gather again, so the uproar subsided on its own.
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