Live in the Moment

Self Discovery as a Jung Su Won Warrior

      Live in the Moment

Dr. Tae Yun Kim also discusses this in one of her books, The Silent Master: Awakening the Power Within, “There is an important distinction between being and becoming.  Remember, I said only the present moment, and not the future exists in reality; therefore, the present moment is the only creative place for you to act.  If you take a stance of becoming, you are placing your growth in the future, which is a time that never comes. If you take the chance of being

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Cherish And Appreciate!

Holly Chamberlain

Where are you right now? Sitting at your desk? Have you taken a few moments today to enjoy the beauty that surrounds us! The fresh air! The warm sunshine! The beauty of nature! One of many lessons I’ve benefited from since training with Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim at Jung Su Won Martials Arts Acadamy is […]

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Concentration focuses energy!


Quote: Concentration focuses energy! ~by Author Dr. Tae Yun Kim, in “The Silent Master” book, pg 64

“Both concentration and visualization are forms of meditation. Both promote purity because they require that you narrow your focus. Why narrow your focus? Because a sharp, narrow focus helps you separate what you don’t want from what you do want.

The basic rule is this: Whatever you concentrate on and visualize, you propel into manifestation. As we have said, your thoughts are creative energy. Concentration and visualization are ways of using this consciousness to focus on and energize a desired goal!”

He can do! She can do! Why not me!


The path of true self discovery!


An excerpt in “The Silent Master” book, by Author Dr. Tae Yun Kim, pg 78,

“As you go down the path of true self-discovery, your Silent Master consciousness will give you direction regarding where to direct your energy and how to purify it. You will find yourself leaning naturally toward certain kinds of food, desiring certain types of exercise, and inclining toward specific activities. These desires will feel quite compelling sometimes, a feeling that you must do a particular thing. But you will also have a feeling of peace and harmony about the direction you take!”

He can do! She can do! Why not me!


Regard mistakes as teachers, not judges!


Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim is the founder of Jung SuWon Super Martial Arts, where the 2nd Principle of mental conduct is:

Learn from your mistakes!

He can do! She can do! Why not me!




We can choose!

Holly Chamberlain

choices.jpgI was thinking today about what Dr. Tae Yun Kim, the founder of Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy, and an author, lecturer, life coach and CEO, teaches about our lives and choices.

Dr. Tae Yun Kim has always taught that,

“What you do is your personal choice!”

When I heard this my first thought was, wow, what freedom we each have!

Every day I have the free will to make thousands of choices!

Some choices I make may be small like what time am I going to get up this morning? What am I going to eat for breakfast? What am I going to work on today? What are my plans for the weekend? Etc.

But when you thing about it — other choices are very big –

What do I choose as my career? What religion? Whom do I choose to associate with? Positive people? Negative People? Lazy people…

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Expressing purity is love

Kevin Campbell

Great Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim, author, speaker, teacher, founder of Jung SuWon Martial Art Academy teaches “When you express “purity” which is the truth about yourself, you feel a love for yourself that is expressed by self-respect, self-esteem, and self-confidence!”  This is the part I was missing before I started training under Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim.  I wanted others to love me while I hated myself.  I didn’t understand that loving myself is just being myself.  The catch is that I need to recognize who my true self is so that I can be my true self, and this is the part that required time and patience to look inside myself to see who my real self is.

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