Power of Prayer

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Back in 2015, Shasta Lake was nearly empty. Dr. Tae Yun Kim is so in touch with nature that she always expressed her sadness when she saw it. She said that her heart was hurting because the land was suffering.

shasta lake

Dr. Kim prayed for the rain to stop the drought, put snow on the mountains and refill the lakes.

Since then, it has rained so much!

There are so many benefits from the rain…

And now, look at Shasta Lake and Mt. Shasta!


This shows the power of prayer.

When I was growing up, even though I grew up Catholic, I didn’t really understand praying. I usually prayed to God and asked Him why my life was the way it was, why I didn’t feel loved, why I was miserable.

Through Dr. Tae Yun Kim‘s teachings, I have learned about praying and talking to God, not complaining or whining, but…

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Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy 110th Belt Testing Cycle.

Self Discovery as a Jung Su Won Warrior

Originally posted on Self Discovery as a Jung Su Won Warrior: Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy recently had our 110th Belt Testing Cycle. There were students of various color ranks testing to obtain their next belt rank. The students were nervous and anxious, but this is an opportunity for them to display what they have…

Huge congratulations to all warriors! Testing is always a challenge and opportunity for growth for all attending.

via Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy 110th Belt Testing Cycle. — Holly Chamberlain

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A Bear’s view of life

Tae Yun Kim's Wisdom as shown through animals

Some forms of Wildlife I am very glad I don’t meet in person.  I mean, I truly love bears and how majestic and beautiful they are – but I would rather admire them from afar – especially if they have babies!  (The videos here were taken with a remote, motion detection triggered camera).  No people or bears were hurt in the process! 🙂

Dr. Tae Yun Kim owns a large, beautiful property in Oregon, that has some “native dwellers” living on it naturally, and here you can see them.  They lead a completely natural, yet protected life, and I had to think of some of what Dr. Kim wrote in “The Silent Master:”

“Freedom does not mean being free from adversity or difficulty.  Freedom is the knowledge that you have the power to conquer adversity and difficulty.  If you could ask any animals living fee in the animal kingdom, they…

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Physical Training is Mental Warfare!

Holly Chamberlain

My mentor, Dr. Tae Yun Kim, Grandmaster, author, founder of Jung Suwon Martial Arts Academy, motivational speaker and 10th degree “Great Grandmaster” in Tae Kwon Do, writes, in her book, “Seven Steps to Inner Power”-

Physical Training is Mental Warfare

“..I referred to the person seeking the Silent Master as a Jung Suwon Warrior for a good reason. You are not a warrior only because you learn to physically fight. The seeker is a warrior also because the ‘not-self’ traits you may have identified as ‘you’ are not necessarily easy to relinquish. In fact, most of us experience a struggle of one degree or another every time we challenge a weakness in ourselves. It may take much time and persistence to rid yourself of unwanted characteristics. This can amount to a struggle that feels like warfare.” Tae Yun Kim, ‘Seven Steps to Inner Power’

Before I started…

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Sun is always shining

Kevin Campbell

Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim, author, speaker, teacher teaches that no matter how stormy a day is, the sun is still shining above the clouds, we just can’t see it.  Just like this, when things don’t go right for me, I can still choose to have my attitude bright and happy like the sun.  Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim reminds me that everything I do or think is my personal choice, regardless of the circumstances around me.

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2017 Lunar New Year “Fire Rooster”, and Connect the Dots

Another tribute to the might rooster?

Jung SuWon Kids Club!

This 2017 Lunar New Year, (January 27, 2017), is the year of the “Fire Rooster”

What ”Fire Rooster” Means

Both the zodiac sign and the element shape the astrology of the year. For example, 2017 is a Fire Rooster year. Element-sign combinations recur every 60 years.

Both zodiac sign and element are believed to affect one’s personality and destiny.

In Chinese astrology, each zodiac year is not just associated with an animal sign, but also with one of five elements: Gold (Metal), Wood, Water, Fire, or Earth.


Dr. Tae Yun Kim’sThe First Element book, pg 41, has a description of the “Fire” element.

Here is an excerpt:

Your Spiritual Body is “Fire”. Fire is the element which corresponds to your pure life force energy.  This energy manifests electrical or electromagnetic forces which operate just below the level of your physical body. This is the body of flowing energy which acupuncturists…

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