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  • Majestic Blue Heron
    by angelasommers on May 3, 2017 at 9:05 pm

    Dr. Tae Yun Kim loves all wildlife, and on her estate lives a magnificent Blue heron.  These beautiful birds really live what Dr. Tae Yun Kim is teaching.  She tells people at her lectures and her studio, that we have so much to learn from nature.  To us, the concept of body and mind as […]

  • DeeDee the dove expresses gratitude
    by angelasommers on April 8, 2017 at 6:29 pm

    Here is DeeDee, when I saw her last.  She was just a couple of months old, and ready to become independent.  She is a California mourning dove, and the sweetest bird I ever knew. Dr. Tae Yun Kim‘s home in California was a great place for little birds to grow up in.  Here is a picture […]

  • The Way of the Warrior
    by angelasommers on March 16, 2017 at 5:47 am

    Many of the Martial Arts forms come from watching animals, Dr. Tae Yun Kim explains.  Whole systems were based on specific animals, the crane for example, or tigers.  But Dr. Kim also emphasizes that we can learn from all animals.  Look at these ducks for example. I thought immediately about a page in one of […]

  • Spend More Time Working on Your Goals Rather than Complaining
    by jungsuwon on January 12, 2018 at 10:44 pm

    I’ve been thinking a lot about efficiency and time management the past few months. In the modern and digital world, we are inundated with an overload of information. We have access to different social media platforms, access to information online and current events happening all over the world. We can use this as an advantage […]

  • Christmas Party at Jung SuWon
    by jungsuwon on December 15, 2017 at 2:41 am

    2017 is rapidly coming to an end which means it is holiday season. Christmas is right around the corner and then 2018 will be right here. Have you achieved the goals you set out for 2017? Do you know what your goals will be for 2018? Like our founder Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim talks […]

  • Yukju Students from Korea Visiting Jung SuWon
    by jungsuwon on July 24, 2017 at 2:04 am

    Every year, a group of Korean students from Yukju come to Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy to visit for a special purpose. In this particular school district’s history curriculum, they study about the story of our founder Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim and the struggles and adversity she had to overcome to become an American […]

  • TYK Studio Expands
    by Paul on October 9, 2012 at 7:47 am

    Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim's Studio expanded its capabilities today with the addition of the new Canon C300 Cinema Camera. We will be using this along with a canon XF100 for the documentary filming of the latest Tae Yun Kim Lecture Tour. […]

  • TYK Show New Set
    by Paul on October 8, 2012 at 2:27 am

    Get ready....a sneak peak of the new TYK Show set. […]

  • New Tae Yun Kim Show Set
    by Paul on October 8, 2012 at 12:21 am

    Check out the new Tae Yun Kim Show set....get ready its coming your way soon. […]

  • Take charge of your thinking!
    by Jung SuWon Publishing on November 7, 2017 at 9:06 am

    In “The Silent Master” book, pg 30, Author Dr. Tae Yun Kim writes: “The first step to take in the readiness stage of self-discovery is to take charge of your thinking. Every response you make to your environment, and every action you take (or don’t take) is propelled by a decision, choice, or response that you make […]

  • You have the power to fulfill your Dreams!
    by Jung SuWon Publishing on October 1, 2017 at 7:55 pm

    In Dr. Tae Yun Kim’s Jung SuWon Super Martial Arts, in the Seven Steps to Inner Power book, in AZ Quotes, in your life… “In your thinking right now!” “The power of the Silent Master within you is the power of right thinking, and the difference between a limited you and an unlimited you begins […]

  • You Are One of A Kind!
    by Jung SuWon Publishing on October 1, 2017 at 6:59 pm

    You Are One of A Kind! In Jung SuWon Super Martial Arts Great Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim encourages students to be their own person, not a copy of someone else. Who are you? Be a Leader, not a Follower! An excerpt from the “Seven Steps to Inner Power” by Dr. Tae Yun Kim “When you find this Consciousness, […]

  • Your Thoughts Create Reality
    by shscando on January 15, 2018 at 3:04 am

    In Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim's new book, Seven Steps to Inner Power - Break Through to Awesome, she teaches us that "Our Thoughts Create Reality".  This is deep, because this also includes our inner thoughts and our inner dialog.  Are you aware of your inner dialog?  Most people aren't, and more importantly, most can't control this inner dialog. This book and her teachings are amazing.  Every time I read the book, I go deep and deeper into myself, and learn more about bringing up my inner power.  In the past, I would set goals at the beginning of each year, and really not revisit these goals until the next year.   But this year I want to change.  I want to follow Great Grandmaster's advice and set my goals, and revisit these at least once a day.  I want to my mind to hold these goals in my mind.  I want my mind to think about all the things that support these goals.  The more this picture is in my mind, the faster it is on the way to manifesting.I have to draw the picture in the mind, of what I want to create.  Because I can do it!  My Thoughts Create Reality.  Don't say it.  Feel it! Thank you for this awakening, and great pearls of wisdom. Sincerely - Scott SaltonCheck out Dr. Tae Yun Kim videos. […]

  • 3 Tools of the Jung SuWon Warrior
    by shscando on January 5, 2018 at 5:12 pm

    Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim teaches us that traditional martial arts warrior carries tools or weapons appropriate to his profession.  She also teaches us 3 tools that will accompany you throughout your entire practice of Jung SuWon.  Balance - Awareness - Visualization.Balance:  The knowledge of balance will be the armor you wear so you can travel fearlessly through any experience life brings to you.Yin-Yang Symbol:Rather than thinking of yin and yang as opposites, think of them as giving rise to each other.  This happens in 2 ways.  First, we can say that fullness gives rise to the concept of emptiness, because fullness automatically , by one definition, means that which is not empty; so in a way, fullness automatically creates the concept of emptiness.Here's an example that shows yin and yang at work in your body.  You've noticed that you are energetic and active for a period ( yang increasing ), but at a certain point you must allow your energy to turn into relaxation and quiet.  Being relaxed and quiet is the yin state, and when that state is fulfilled, it flows into the yang state and you become active again.  They yin and yang states balance your energy so that you are neither dangerously over-exerting nor stagnantly passive.Here is another example having to do with your conditions around you:  It's easy to want to change a bad condition into a good one, and easy to make the choice to do so.  But what about when a good condition changes into a bad one and you didn't choose that?  The knowledge of balance and change is a tool here as well.  This knowledge helps you keep your perspective when changes you didn't expect occur.  For instance, now you know that times of increase and fullness carry the seeds of decrease and emptiness-- that in times of abundance you may find that some form of decrease occurs.  But, you also know that with this decrease, there is inevitably the seed of a new increase, meant to give you even more than you had before.  Decrease and emptiness are not necessarily negative states.  They may be serving a purpose:  to take away that which may be standing in your way of greater good.For more information on this subject see, Seven Steps to Inner Power - Breakthrough to Awesome,by Dr. Tae Yun Kim […]

  • Can Shyness become a Negative Force?
    by shscando on December 3, 2017 at 2:25 am

    The first time that Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim explained this concept to me, I did not understand, "Can shyness become a negative force?"  I used to think of shyness as just a characteristic, or that shy people are just scared or weak and unable to come out of their shells.  But she helped me understand it on several levels, and over the years I have observed "shyness".      For example, especially for would be instructors and teachers that have important things to share with people.  If they have the ability to really help others.  If they let shyness get in the way of expressing themselves in front of others, or helping others, then in my view, they are not doing their part.  They are standing by while others are in need or suffering.  In my view, that would be wrong, and becomes a negative force in your life. As instructors, we have a responsibility to help others, and we may hold some golden nuggets to share with people that would improve their lives, but if we don’t share, and let people go on suffering when we could have helped, that is terrible.  Instead we must be brave, and fight our inner fears, so we can share our good fortune and years of training with others. I    If in your life, you have been lucky enough to have had a good teacher, or mentor, or coach, shouldn't we be grateful, and share our blessings with others.  I feel that responsibility, and it motivates me to be strong and more outspoken.2.     Many people often hide behind shyness.  Many people that I have known over the years that have seemed shy, often turn out to be the wildest ones in their private lives.  They often have a wildness or behavior that they don’t want anyone to know about.  Not always, but often.  So this falls more into the category of hiding negative behavior that they are not proud of, or feel bad about.  This negative behavior often falls into the category like wild partying, drug or alcohol abuse, abuse, lying, stealing, sexual impropriety, criminal activity, etc… After thinking about this deeply, I can remember that there were times when I was in a group setting, and I have something important to say, but I didn’t say it.  Is that shyness or is that evil?  I find myself sometimes not wanting to contribute for many reasons, or are these just excuses?  Others are talking, or I feel a little shy, or I am worried what others will think of me, but I now realize that I have to break out of that shell.  I need to realize that it is a sin to let those petty reasons prevent me from speaking out.  I have to break whatever it is that holds me back, and be bold, and with good intentions try to help others.  Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim reminded me that Jesus called it, “feed the sheep”.  These are our brothers and sisters.  If we have something good to share, don’t keep it bottled up.  Thank you Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim, for showing me the light, helping me to be a better and more giving person.Dr. Tae Yun Kim receiving Gold Medal at Stevie Awards 2017. […]

  • Fremont Art and Wine Festival
    by Michael on August 6, 2012 at 4:49 pm

    This past weekend I met a young man in his 30’s who used to train with us when he was 5-6 years old. He was a small child then – now he has created two more small children. I see … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Suppose I were to tell you…
    by Michael on July 1, 2012 at 9:05 pm

    (Seven Steps to Inner Power, p1) Suppose I were to tell you that you are aware of only a limited portion of yourself, that you may not have yet discovered yourself, your true self, and that you have yet to … Continue reading &rarr […]

  • Warrior Training as a Way of Life!
    by Michael on June 30, 2012 at 7:57 pm

    Warrior Training as a Way of Life! Yes – Why not me!  Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim is her own teachings best student and highest rank!  She walks her talk.  She practices what she preaches.  She never gives up!  She … Continue reading &rarr […]

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