Archive for the ‘Crane’ category

Majestic Blue Heron

May 3, 2017

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 one seems so difficult.  To animals, there is no other way – they have it programmed into them.  There never is any separation.

Blue crane behind branch

The blue heron knows that when it is hungry, it is time to hunt and get food.  It isn’t worried about any what if I don’t find food.  What if my feathers aren’t arranged right.  All it knows is that it is hungry and therefore it must find food.  When it has young ones, they know they have to take care of their young.  They must protect them and feed them.

Blue crane close up

We as humans are capable of so much more, and yet often fall so short of what we could be.  So let’s not waste any time, Dr. Tae Yun Kim reminds us.  Let’s move forward and achieve our future memories!

Let’s welcome a brand new Jungsuwonimal!

March 26, 2012

Here is Celeste, one of the most exotic Jung Suwon-imals to stop by!  She is definitely a character.  Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim explained about cranes, that they usually live together as big families, and during breeding season, as couples, and that they like to live where there is a lot of water.  But it’s not very usual for them to be by themselves, up in the hills, where the only water for miles is the cow’s watering trough.  But Celeste is ok with that.  I suppose she goes by what Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim says, “Be an original, don’t be a copy.”

Besides, as you can see, Celeste is not alone.  She has powerful friends!  As you know, Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim teaches at Jung Suwon that it’s best to not be alone, but always go places together, for safety.  Being that good Jung Suwon-imal that she is, she tries to live according to Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim‘s teachings, and so she likes to hang out with the cows.

Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim also told us that cranes, in the Oriental culture, are a symbol of good luck, and wealth – well let’s hope this comes true, and let’s hope that Celeste will stay around for a long time!