Posted by: ssalton | July 10, 2016

Emotions don’t come out of nowhere

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 am thwarted; I am being deceived; I don’t get my way.  The feeling of affection may be created by, I value this person’s honesty;  I desire to express my appreciation.

Sometimes, however, your emotions do appear to come out of nowhere, and sometimes they seem to conflict with what you’re thinking.  You may say, “I’m thinking as positively as I can about this situation, but I’m still depressed.  What’s wrong?  If thought creates emotion, how is it possible to have emotions that conflict with our thinking?  The answer is, you my have formed invisible thoughts that are now creating emotions.

Are you paying attention to your inner dialog?
Are you paying attention to you environment and surroundings?
Are there people around that are influencing you in a negative way?
Pay attention.

By Dr. Tae Yun Kim
Seven Steps to Inner Power ( pg 36 )
Dr. Tae Yun Kim Inspirations...
Thoughts from a student of Dr. Tae Yun Kim


Posted by: ssalton | April 24, 2016

Emotions are batteries of power

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, you may need to clear away some negative feelings, even if those feelings are unrelated to your goal.  You may be trying to create a new career and thinking quite positively about it; but if your emotional condition is presently full of anger and resentment over a broken relationship, for instance, this negative emotional soil will not help your new thought-seeds grow.

Are your emotions and attitude in line with your goals and objectives?
Where and how can you improve?
Are your batteries charge and ready to support your goals?

Seven Steps to Inner Power, by Dr. Tae Yun Kim (pg 36).

Posted by: ssalton | March 19, 2016

Attitude – lets look a little deeper

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 your attitude.  Why?  Because that which is called your attitude is a creative force behind your actions and creations. ”


Therefore, Dr. Tae Yun Kim often advises people to look inward, and study yourself.  What do you want to improve?  If you want to look at your attitude, (like looking in a mirror), look at your behaviors.

Are you pleased with yourself?

Do you like what you see?

What have you been struggling with?

How has your attitude been?

What would you like to change?

Seven Steps to Inner Power, by Dr. Tae Yun Kim (pg 35).

Posted by: ssalton | February 14, 2016

Have a Positive Mental Attitude

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 your thoughts as seeds, think of your emotional environment as soil.




Therefore, your positive seeds must be sown in positive soil to grow and flourish.  Together, your positive thoughts and feelings create a positive mental attitude.  The 5th principle of mental conduct emphasizes how this state of mind is essential for your success.


by Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim
Tae Yun Kim -Seven Steps to Inner Power, page 34


Posted by: ssalton | February 6, 2016

Be aware of thoughts behind your actions

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 stand up to someone else.  I am never quite as good as someone else so I constantly have to play catch up.  My decisions are based on what I have to do to compete, not on what I really want to do.  Therefore, I don’t make my own decisions; I’m too busy reacting instead of acting.  I don’t value who I am so I feel the need to be jealous.

Case 2 – I want a new house because my family members and I need more space and privacy to pursue our individual projects without interfering with each other.  Supportive thoughts are that part of this picture include; My family and I are pursuing worthwhile activities.  We respect individual differences, and we believe we should follow the path of our choosing unobstructed.    We value family harmony.  There is room for individuals to fulfill their needs while also being part of a group.  A growing and expanding house supports our ability to grow and expand as people.

Which set of thoughts would you like to manifest?
Do you see the importance of identifying the supporting thoughts behind your desire?
You will manifest those thoughts as well.  Be careful what you think?

by Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim
(page 33-34, Responsible Creator )

other thoughts coming up – by Dr. Tae Yun Kim – watch what you eat.

Posted by: ssalton | January 30, 2016

Be a Responsible Creator

“Because we have such great freedom to create, we must take responsibility to use our power constructively.”  by Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim


Remember you can have whatever you think.  This holds true for the person plotting to rob a bank.  …  Clearly, however the person does not have a quality purpose.  ..  Therefore, you have ever right to put your purpose, will, and determination behind them to make them manifest….

… Do you see now the importance of identifying the supporting thoughts behind your desire?  You will manifest those thoughts as well as your desire.

So, be very careful what you wish for….  by Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim

For other Tae Yun Kim quotes go to GoodReads/ Tae Yun Kim Quotes.


Posted by: ssalton | July 28, 2014

Have Determination and a Quality Purpose

But wherever there is freedom, there must be responsibility.  this brings us to the 4th principle of mental conduct.

Have a Purpose and a Quality Purpose:
Now we know the law:  what we think, we create.  The 4th principle tells us how to use our power responsibly in invoking this law.
First, lets talk about the most basic part of this principle:  have a purpose and determination.

Be Specific: 
When you decide to make a change, achieve a goal, or create something new in your life, you must focus your objective clearly in your mind.  the thought form, “I desire a change in my social life” will take form somehow, but it may be so vague and indistinct that you won’t notice a change.  ” I desire to meet more people” is better; “I desire to meet more people who share my interest in flying airplanes (or whatever)” is better still.  Focus as specifically as possible on what you want to accomplish.  When you want to buy a car, you identify the make, model, color, and accessories that you desire.  When you take a vacation, you plan exactly where you want to go, where you will stay, how you will get there, and proceed to make all the proper arrangements.  You are being specific, aren’t you?  The great goals in your life deserve as much care, don’t they?  Be specific!

Then, focus your will and unflinching determination behind your purpose.

by Dr. Tae Yun Kim (page 31)

Posted by: ssalton | July 27, 2014

Pondering and thinking

I have been thinking about the last section – “You are an Unlimited Co-creator.”  This is such an amazing and powerful statement.  Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim is often like that.  She will say something that is very profound, but at the time, I just didn’t understand the depth of her statement.  I didn’t understand the importance of it.  So last year, I took steps to change my life.  I wasn’t really happy with my surroundings.  I had a few employees that were good performers, but just miserable to have around.  Their personalities didn’t fit into our culture.  They were either unprofessional, or bullied people around, or just weren’t  capable.  I didn’t realize the pain and displeasure they put into my life.

Finally I decided to change.  “You are an Unlimited Co-Creator”, Dr. Tae Yun Kim’s words were ringing in my brain.  I have the power to change my environment.

So I did the uncomfortable thing.  I let them go.  It was about 8-10 people.  It was a big move, and very difficult.  Everyone left had to rise to the occasion, and fill in the gaps.  It wasn’t easy, and we had knowledge and capability gaps.  But at the end of the day, it was much better.  It was heaven.  Everyone was working together better.  There were no more bullies around.  The people that made my day to day job were gone.  Now a year later, and looking back, I am so glad I took Grandmaster’s advice.  -> If you are not happy with your current situation, change it.  I did!

Dr. Tae Yun Kim, thank you so much for your advice and guidance.  It just took me sometime to figure out how to apply it to my life.  Yahoo!!

Posted by: ssalton | June 15, 2013

You Are a Unlimited Co-Creator

Yes, you already have been creating your life. This process is the gift from the Life Force of the Universe to you.

But your creative process has been largely unconscious and therefore undirected, somewhat haphazard, influenced by other persons’ thinking and limited by your restricted awareness of what you think is possible.

The purpose of the third rule of mental conduct is to emphasize how you limit yourself by yourself: You limit your thinking with your thinking. This rule tells you to wake up, open up, expand your expectations, and realize you can achieve and produce whatever you can think.

Does that sound too audacious? Whatever you can think? Yes. What is it that you really want?  This is not an invitation to be frivolous in your thinking.  If anything, this is a warning to be careful what you think. Why? All thought truly does take form one way or another. There is some truth in the expression, “Be careful what you wish for; you might get it.”  (by Dr. Tae Yun Kim )

Let’s exaggerate to make a point: How about blue snowflakes falling on pink- and yellow-striped rocks in the middle of a desert?  Do you realize that such a scene is possible to create with today’s electronic video technology?  Even that thought has a way to take form. All our modern-day technology has developed progressively to reveal greater capabilities for unlimited expression and communication of thought.

Negative energy creates negative manifestations. Hateful thoughts, for instance, create broken relation­ships, wars and weapons, physical diseases of all kinds. Positive energy creates positive manifestations. Loving thoughts create harmonious organizations, cooperative governments, and healings of all kinds of discord.  It’s very simple, really.

What may be difficult is to identify and remove the ways of thinking that produce destructive manifesta­tions.  But isn’t this why we’re here?  To learn to take charge of what we manifest by taking charge of our thinking?  Can you see now that you can be your own worst enemy?  Why?  Because you’re the one who monitors what you think.  Who thinks your thoughts better than you?  Others can suggest thoughts to you, but you’re the one who accepts or rejects what you entertain in your mind.

Instead, be your own best friend.  When you find yourself uncomfortable with your own negative creations and wanting to change your thinking, you are feeling the presence of your Silent Master.  Why? Because your discomfort signals that you know something better is possible.  Your Silent Master always urges you to grow into greater freedom from limitation of any sort. You may have been willing to accept being poor, being sick, having a job you dislike. Now you know you don’t have to accept anything except your freedom, your gift from the Universe to create whatever you desire.
by Dr. Tae Yun Kim (page 30)

Look again at this Silent Master Image by Dr. Tae Yun Kim:

Silent Master Image II


Your Silent Master Consciousness

was born out of the infinite

Life Force creating and

animating the Universe…

Because you are this

Consciousness, whatever qualities

the Life Force possesses,

you possess also.


You and the Universe are inseparable; you are a Unit; you are One. The Life Force of the Universe is creative, so you are creative, also.  It is the nature of our Universe that thought takes form. Therefore, because you are an integral part of our Universe, your thinking takes form. You have been creating your life since the day you were born.

Remember this image also?

Silent Master Image IV


Your Silent Master knows

Itself as the Source of mental,

emotional, and material

Energy – your energy,

 which you are free to utilize

and control in creating what

you desire. Therefore, you

are a Co-Creator, cooperating

with the Life Force of the

Universe to shape yourself

and the world around you.


The Life Force of the Universe flows through you and beats you heart. When you think, you use Its energy to create other forms of energy, and this energy literally materializes – takes form as matter. So, everything material, both objects and events, is a “crystallization” of thought energy. The artist and musician illustrate this process quite naturally. In their work, don’t they take an intangible thought or feeling and turn it into something tangible a painting or a symphony?

by Dr. Tae Yun Kim ( page 29 )

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