Earth Citizens Taichi & Beach Clean Up

16apr10:00 am1:00 pmEarth Citizens Taichi & Beach Clean UpBelmont Veterans Memorial Pier Parking Lot

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Taichi on the Beach | Connect with Yourself and the Earth | Let’s Keep Our Beaches Clean

EARTH CITIZENS TAICHI & BEACH CLEAN UP EVENT

Join us for a morning to get together and contribute to our community and the environment. Let’s use our energy to clean up and connect to the earth with a peaceful Taichi and Qigong flow.

Location: LONG BEACH, Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier Parking Lot, 3998E E Allin St, Long Beach, CA 90803

Date & Time: Sunday, 4/16/2022 from 10AM-1PM

Cost: FREE, parking $2/hour

What to bring: Sun protection, hat, shades, water bottle, dress comfortably for cool or warm weather.

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The Philosophy of the Earth Citizen Movement

Ilchi Lee created the Earth Citizen movement in the spirit of Hong-ik. Hong-ik is a Korean word for the desire “to widely benefit all humankind.” Lee believes that his movement can help individuals discover the Hong-ik spirit which all humans are capable of. He states that recovering the Hong-ik spirit is like returning to a time when humanity lived as one family and humbly recognized its dependence on the earth.

Some say that the environmental movement began when the first rocket was launched into space and we saw photos of the earth, the “blue marble” floating in space. That was only about 50 years ago. Since then, we have learned a lot about the earth, and about the human brain. Lee believes there is a relationship between the two: Humans created the industries that pollute in the earth, so it is humanity’s responsibility to solve the problems; Lee believes the necessary solutions already lie within the human brain.

The Earth Citizen movement claims it is devoted to “recovering our humanity and hope for the earth.” They believe the first step is for people to identify themselves as Earth Citizens, and to put that identity above nationality, race, or religion. There is hope for the earth, they state, because humans are able to change.

From Brain World Magazine article, “The ‘Earth Citizen’ Movement” ( https://brainworldmagazine.com/earth-citizen-movement/ )

Parking lot entrance

Meeting Point @ 10AM in the pier parking lot

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Time

(Sunday) 10:00 am - 1:00 pm(GMT-07:00)

Location

Belmont Veterans Memorial Pier Parking Lot

3998e East Allin Street, Long Beach, CA 90803

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