seeking out the beginning and returning to the origin

A core precept of Jeung San Do and a universal principle of the cosmic autumn. Seeking out and returning to the origin signifies the return of life to its origin in accordance with the principle of autumn’s maturation and unification. This process is typified by the cycle in which seeds sown in spring grow into flora in summer and beget new seeds in autumn, thereby recovering their original state. In the human context, returning to the origin encompasses a conscious awareness of, and effort to recover, one’s self, ancestry, history, and spirituality as a process of maturation. This precept also includes the cultures and civilizations of the Early Heaven becoming one and reaching fruition in the Later Heaven.