Introducing Daisy

Meet Daisy, the beautiful Jung Suwon-imal, right here in Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim’s backyard, as she is relaxing with a group of friends!  You can easily spot Daisy, she is the pregnant one!  Here, in Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim’s environment, she feels safe, and knows she is protected.

But here, you can barely see her.  This is outside, along the road to Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim’s estate.

Daisy knows that is isn’t Jung Suwon, nor Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim’s garden, but this is the wild, where she could easily fall prey to some hungry coyote or mountain lion. And because she is pregnant and not as agile as she normally is, Daisy is perfectly blending into her environment.

Daisy is the prime example for the following excerpt from Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim’s book “Seven Steps to Inner Power:”

How do you observe?  By being here, now, so that you are undistracted by thoughts of the future or the past.  Now is all there is; therefore, any blow coming to you, can be known, or felt, or sensed now.  this foreknowledge or ability to sense things is the best offense and defense you can have and is the reward for being disciplined to live only in the now, the only reality.

So you see, Jung Suwon-imals very much personify Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim’s teachings, and are wonderful examples!

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