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  • More about the great world of Hawks
    by ssalton on March 7, 2017 at 4:07 am

    Originally posted on Tae Yun Kim's Wisdom as shown through animals: So I maybe a bit pre-occupied with raptors.  But it isn’t like I go out and try to stalk them.  I just “see” them and they seem to “see” me.  Energy, Dr. Tae Yun Kim says, whatever happens in your life, it’s becaus […]

  • Emotions don’t come out of nowhere
    by ssalton on July 10, 2016 at 7:09 pm

    Here is an important point to help you understand your emotions.  Emotions don’t come out of nowhere;  they follow your thoughts.  The positive and negative emotions you feel are a result of an idea your have first.  If you are feeling the emotion of anger, the thought creating the emotion may be something like, I […]

  • Emotions are batteries of power
    by ssalton on April 24, 2016 at 5:11 pm

    Emotions contribute tremendous energy in the creative process of transforming thought into form.  Your emotions are your friends when they constructively accompany and support your creative thinking.  They are your enemies when they sabotage and conflict with your mental objectives.  If you are trying to make a change in your life or achieve a goal, […]

  • Attitude – lets look a little deeper
    by ssalton on March 19, 2016 at 4:00 pm

    Dr. Tae Yun Kim continues… “Note how we can use the word “attitude” almost interchangeably with the phrase “state of mind”.  An attitude is a mental focus and consists of thoughts, beliefs, and emotions ( feelings ), all of which will result in some kind of behavior.  Your behavior, then reflects all the qualities of […]

  • Have a Positive Mental Attitude
    by ssalton on February 14, 2016 at 6:38 pm

    Emotions have creative power – Thus far, we’ve emphasized mental activities occurring in the thinking part of your consciousness.  There is also a feeling part of you, the part of your consciousness that experiences emotion.  Your feelings and emotions play a large role in what you manifest or fail to manifest.  If you think of […]

  • Be aware of thoughts behind your actions
    by ssalton on February 7, 2016 at 2:16 am

    Example – I desire to build a new house. Analysis:  Lets look at other supporting ideas they could manifest. Case 1 – I want a new house because my brother has a better one than I have. Supporting ideas – I’m not valuable in and of myself; my worth is measured by how well I […]

  • The Answer... Six Silent Master Images
    by shscando on March 5, 2017 at 9:25 pm

    Who are you?  Waiting quietly within you is a Presence, a Force, a state of Consciousness that gives you power to overcome mental and physical limitations in your life, power to harmonize and change discordant situations, power to create regardless of the circumstances around you -- power to be who you really are. In Jung SuWon, I call this Consciousness your Silent Master.  when you find this Consciousness, your Silent Master with yourself, you take control of your life.  Before, you may have been drifting through life; now you are driving through life.  You experience a new freedom, peace of mind, creativity, and harmony that makes your life fulfilling, purposeful, joyous, and dynamic.  You find yourself glad to be alive everyday for the sheer pleasure of experiencing life, of experiencing yourself!I teach the art of Jung SuWon to awaken you to this powerful Presence within, to enable you to recognize and bring forth your Silent Master. Consider the following six statements about your Silent Master Consciousness, which I call Silent Master Images.  I use the word "image" instead of "statement" deliberately.  When you read the section on visualization you'll understand why.  Because these Images form the basis of my Jung SuWon philosophy, they will be developed in detail throughout the book.  for now, however, regard each as a seed-thought designed to blossom into practical understanding of your true being and power. Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim (pg 4)watch Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim do a beautiful energy form. […]

  • Who Am I? (3)
    by shscando on January 29, 2017 at 4:07 am

      You choose only what you believe is possible to choose, and these choices determine what you do with your life and who you become.  If you believe you are shy, for instance, you will not choose to be a performer, even if your talent and inner desire are obvious.  If you believe you aren't a good student, you may not choose a course of study that could lead you to the job you'd really like.  It is very important, then, to know the absolute truth about yourself and your capabilities.   The purpose of this book is to show you that you may have made limited choices based on limited information about yourself.  So we are here together to ask the question, Who am I -- really!     If your're satisfied with your life at this moment, the question may hold no interest for you right now.  But if, on the other hand, you find yourself holding dreams that feel so true, yet somehow out of reach, if you feel unfulfilled, frustrated, alienated, empty, if you feel you haven't done what you want, if there is more that you desire, more that you want to accomplish, if you feel that even thought your life is satisfactory in most respects you nevertheless have a yearning to realize a deeper sense of joy, peace, and purpose, it is time to extend your vision of who you are.      No matter who you are, no matter where you are, no matter what obstacles and limitations exist around you at this moment, you can change your life, your health, and your state of mind completely. You can decide who you want to become.by Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim,Seven Steps to Inner Power (2)see video "Icon of Success" […]

  • Who Am I? (2)
    by shscando on January 13, 2017 at 4:40 am

         A quick answer may bring this response:  "I am an engineer."  Or, "I am a person who likes people; I am full of stress and anxiety; I am a mother; I am a nobody; I am athletic; I am intellectual; I am shy..." Note how often we tend to describe ourselves with positive or negative personality characteristics that we've developed or acquired over the years and accepted as being "us."  Most of us do not look much deeper than that.      So, ask "Who am I?" now.  What do you want to become?  Where are you today?  What have you accomplished or failed to accomplish?  Do you have the career you want, the relationships you want?  Do you like who you are?  Are you happy?  Have you realized your dreams and goals?      The truth is, you are exactly where you are because of the way you answered "Who am I?"  Why?  Because how you answer the question determines what choices you make for yourself moment to moment every day of your life. By Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim ( Seven Steps to Inner Power ), p2 […]

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