Posted by: ssalton | April 18, 2018

Fight For Freedom


You must fight for your freedom. Thus, the purpose of the art of Jung SuWon

is to give you practical tools to free yourself from limiting, self-defeating

states of mind.  Free yourself, from yourself.  Discover your Silent Master.

By Dr. Tae Yun Kim

Posted by: ssalton | March 25, 2018

Goodreads Give-A-Way Contest

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Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim, completely rewrote her new version of the SEVEN STEPS TO INNER POWER book with the emphasis on: How to Break Through to Awesome.  I find it to be an incredible book.  See the Book give-a-way contest on the Goodreads website and read it yourself.

Here is one of the reviews from another Best Selling Author, Marci Shimoff:

“An exciting new voice in self-transformation. Having broken through often-impenetrable barriers to women, the author shows us exactly how to let go of limited ways of thinking and break through every obstacle to our own life goals. Seven Steps to Inner Power is a remarkably timely and authentic guide to reaching new heights of happiness and achievement.”

—Marci Shimoff, New York Times bestselling author of Happy for No Reason


Posted by: ssalton | March 4, 2018

2018 goals?

How’s your 2018 going so far? Have the past five years of your life brought you what you want in life? Or are you just drifting through life, only to find out today, that your time was mostly wasted? You can start changing right now.   See my new version of SEVEN STEPS TO INNER POWER for inspiration on taking charge of your life.
by Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim.

Posted by: ssalton | February 26, 2018

Extend Your Vision of Who You Are

Are you looking to extend your vision of who you are? The purpose of the book I wrote, SEVEN STEPS TO INNER POWER is to show you that you may have made limited choices based on limited information about yourself. Are you looking forward to asking the question, Who am I, really?
by Dr. Tae Yun Kim   –    reflections from students

Posted by: ssalton | February 18, 2018

Being in the Moment

In my book, SEVEN STEPS TO INNER POWER, I share about the power of being in the moment. It means that true awareness means being right here where you are without worry or fear or obsession about the future or past.  by Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim.    * Training in Jung SuWon, allows people to challenge themselves, and learn to face their fears.
* In my book, The First Element- Secrets to Maximizing Your Energy, I dive into how to develop your energy.

Posted by: ssalton | February 13, 2018

Stand up to the Sledge Hammer in your life

In my book, SEVEN STEPS TO INNER POWER I like to show people how limited their concept of energy might be. Although the bed of nails demonstration shows that we can exercise more control over energies than we might have, there are far more issues in your life. For instance, Do the “rules” say that because you lost your job, there’s no way to make a living now? Do you have a general expectation that you can’t have a successful relationship? Or a fulfilling career? Or a healthier, more attractive body? If so, it might be time to stand up to the sledge hammer coming down in your life and demonstrate that you can utilize your own Silent Master energy to overcome limitation in your life.

Posted by: ssalton | January 16, 2018

Your Thoughts Create Your Reality (…)

Isn’t it true that most of the time we focus our thoughts and attention on our physical self and our physical life?  Yet our physical self is just one part of our total energy field.  We are both physical and spiritual beings.
Thinking about a spiritual self that seems to be outside the concerns of your physical life may seem impractical and unrealistic.  However, once you understand that this spiritual part of yourself is intimately involved in the life you create day by day, you will start to see and act differently.  The immaterial aspect of yourself, your spiritual being, is what provides the real energy behind any physical manifestation in life — driving it, creating it, sustaining it.  …

Learn more about my story:  Dr. Tae Yun Kim
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Before we moved into our new office building, Lighthouse Worldwide Solutions’s CEO Great Grandmaster Dr. Tae Yun Kim toured employees through the building. In each area of the building Dr. Tae Yun Kim had posted “Future Memory” signs. For example, “Future memory – Cleanroom!” and “Future Memory – Cafeteria/Game room!” In some areas the future use of the area and its (then) configuration – meant a lot of mental visualization to see how it would end up looking after walls were moved and areas cleared.

A guest touring the building saw the signs and asked Dr. Tae Yun Kim, “What does ‘Future Memory’ mean?” Great Grandmaster explained that she teaches do not just set a goal, have a ‘future memory’ of the goal. A future memory is a step beyond, and stronger, than just setting a goal. With a future memory, in your mind you see the goal as having already been…

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Posted by: ssalton | January 14, 2018

Your Thought Create Reality

Your Silent Master Consciousness knows Itself to be immaterial in substance, but It also takes form (manifests) as your physical body and the material world around your.  Thus, you may describe yourself as being both immaterial ( spiritual ) and material ( physical ) at the same time.

This is in Dr. Tae Yun Kim‘s new book Seven Steps to Inner Power – Breakthrough to Awesome.  It is so powerful if you want a better life. “The power of the Silent Master within you is the power of right thinking, and the difference between a limited you an an unlimited you begins with your attitude and state of mind.”

This is very exciting for me.  It inspires me to striving to get the right thinking…  So I can create the most awesome life for me?  What about you?  I also want to share these teachings with others.  I know this can help many people.

Inspired by the teachings for Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim.
by Scott Salton

Other Dr. Tae Yun Kim‘s book website:  Silent Master – Awaken the Power Within

Posted by: ssalton | January 6, 2018

More on Subconscious Mind

Sometimes, however, subconscious information is difficult to obtain precisely because you don’t know everything that’s in it.  Remember:  by definition, it’s outside your conscious awareness.  You may not know what information to ask for.  When this happens, conflicts between your thoughts and emotions occur.

Here’s an illustration.  Let’s suppose you are in a martial arts training program, and have to give up drinking alcoholic beverages.  Clearly, you have a quality purpose and determination, and everything is going well in your training.  At your workplace nothing has change.  Yet, you notice that whenever you have a conference with your boss, you have an irresistible desire to go home and drink until you’re relaxed or “high.”  Despite your best efforts and will power, you give in to this urge each time, and you don’t know why.  Now you feel miserable and depressed, which does affect your training.

The probably cause is subconscious programming.  You could have a memory of infant anxiety being quelled by drinking.  Subconsciously – not consciously – you remember that every time you were anxious, uncomfortable, upset, and crying, you received a bottle of comforting liquid that stopped the crying and solve all your problems.  Let’s be clear, now.  We’re not talking about satisfying your physical thirst.  We’re talking about escape from anxiety.

In this example, the conferences with your boss are stimulating feelings of discomfort and anxiety that you are not facing in an effective manner.  Hence, the old programming kicks in, and you find yourself seeking out the same solution:  drinking a liquid that kills pain, just as milk comforted you long ago.

In this example, you are totally unaware of this programming.  Here you are, putting forth all your energy to give up alcohol, and your’re being sabotaged by invisible thoughts about how to relieve pain.  Because your’re not aware of what’s going on, you don’t attack the real cause of the problem; you attack yourself instead.  “I’m weak,” you may say.  ” I have no will power.  I am a failure.”  The result is feelings of dejection, futility, and condemnation – not a positive mental attitude.  Your goal cannot be reached under these circumstances.  You have a conflict.  Your mind is saying “I desire to give up alcohol.” your emotions are saying, “I feel helpless and powerless because I can’t do it. ”

By Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim,
Seven Steps to Inner Power
Silent Master

Posted by: ssalton | November 28, 2017

You Have a Conscious and a Subconscious Mind

To understand where invisible thoughts come from, you must realize that you have a conscious mine (accessible to your immediate awareness) and a subconscious mind (outside of your immediate awareness).  The prefix “sub” means underneath; so by definition, you have thoughts and feelings “underneath” you conscious mind, which you are not aware of.  You are however, affected by these thoughts and feelings.  Although you are not aware of them, they still operate.

What is your subconscious mind?  It is a storehouse of everything you have experienced –all your thoughts, feelings, memories; all the programming you’ve experience since you were born.  It is like an amazingly accurate video and audio tap recorder of your entire experience.  It is subconscious because your conscious mind was not designed to hold this volume of information.  your conscious mind has a different responsibility:  it processes only the information you need to function in the present moment.  To open a soda can, you don’t need to remember the color of the baby crib you slept in ( which is stashed away in your subconscious).

Fortunately, your conscious mind can “ask” your subconscious mind for information, and the information can suddenly become conscious.  Your conscious mind is similar to the cursor on a computer screen.  It goes where you direct it.  “What was the name of that blond-haired girl I liked in the second grade?”  you many wonder.  While you’re doing the dishes two days later, you suddenly remember.  Or, “Why is it that when I see Tom, I feel like painting?”  You may suddenly become aware that Tom looks exactly like and old friend in your high school art class.  Note that the cursor (your conscious mind) doesn’t need to know the contents of the program or how the computer functions (your total consciousness); its only function is to select and focus.

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