Great Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim, author, speaker, teacher, founder of Jung SuWon Martial Art Academy teaches “You have the power to fulfill your dreams!” This is one of the Silent Master images in her book, Seven Steps to Inner Power. What this means is that I have the ability to make my dreams happen. I just need to be creative and work at it. Some goals may seem impossible, but they truly are if I don’t even try. Even if I don’t achieve a goal 100%, any progress I make towards that goal leaves me in a better position than if I don’t try. The important thing is to take action and try. Any baby step progress gets me closer to my goal, and then I can take another baby step. Eventually I will get there if I keep trying instead of giving up.
Seriously, try this! Fill your sink with water. Try to write the word “Fear” in the water. Or just the letter “f”… water doesn’t hold the “f”. In your mind, replace your fearful anxious thoughts with “love” or with another positive word, like “courage”!
Author Dr. Tae Yun Kim, helped me to conquer my Anxiety & completely heal from severe Panic Attacks!
“We cannot write in water. We cannot carve in water. Water’s nature is to flow. And that is how we should treat negative emotion. When it comes, let it go! Let it flow away from you like water moving down a river bed. Do not allow it to reside in your consciousness for any amount…
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A Terrible Spell…
“But imagine if some terrible spell were to make the caterpillar forget his destiny, or forget who he really is. Imagine that the caterpillar never took steps to make the transformation possible. Imagine that he never ate the proper leaves, nor spun his cocoon. Perhaps he spent the rest of his life simply crawling around and avoiding his enemies, finally dying of starvation or old age. What a loss this would be! We would only hope that something, somewhere, sometime would make the caterpillar remember his true identity and fulfill his true destiny.” Silent Master, Dr Tae Yun Kim
Dr. Kim commented one day in, in Jung SuWon class, (Dr. Kim is a Great Grandmaster and the founder of the art of Jung SuWon), “What if the caterpillar decided to…
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Great Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim, author, speaker, teacher, founder of Jung SuWon Martial Art Academy teaches to maintain an attitude of anticipating success. What this means is that it helps me achieve a goal when I anticipate that success. When I expect a goal won’t happen, it will be hard to achieve that goal because I […]
Hearing the phrase “You Only Live Once” is such a cliche. It has been said over and over again. But how meaningful is that statement to us? Like they say, you only have one at bat in life.
I take this meaning to heart when I go about my day to day routines. In the past, I used to take things for granted, whether it was my friends or family, my health or my well-being. I lived a life of abusing my health and my well-being and being reckless and mindless in my behavior. However, under Dr. Tae Yun Kim’s tutelage, I’ve been coming to understand more about living life with a purpose. When it is all said and done, I want to close my eyes with a smile on my face and not full of regret. My mentor has taught me the value of life and to always count…
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Are you willing to make mistakes? Or does fear hold you back from trying something new. Did you know that Thomas Edison had over 10,000 attempts before he was successful in inventing the light bulb? I was amazed when my life coach and mentor, Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim shared this fact.
When Thomas Edison was interviewed by a young reporter who boldly asked Mr. Edison if he felt like a failure and if he thought he should just give up by now. Perplexed, Edison replied, “Young man, why would I feel like a failure? And why would I ever give up? I now know definitively over 9,000 ways that an electric light bulb will not work. Success is almost in my grasp.” And shortly after that, and over 10,000 attempts, Edison invented the light bulb.
If Thomas Edison had given up, how much longer would it have been before…
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It is interesting to look back on the things that mattered to me most 10 years ago. I was in high school and my frame of mind was completely different than what it is now. I wanted to be famous, I wanted to be rich and I wanted all of the materialistic things in life. Don’t get me wrong, some of these aspects are important and are a necessity of life, but it was the only thing I was driven by. My priorities were all mixed up.
Now, I am beginning to focus on things that matter to me. It is about building up my career, building up my character and building my own personal legacy by helping others. Earning lots of money and having shiny things are important, but they are not the driving force in my life. I’m working hard to build up my character and start to…
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