Jung SuWon Testing Word Search

April 2, 2017

JSW Testing Word Search

Jung SuWon Testing is a time of Celebration, where students are tested not only in their physical abilities, but also in their spiritual energy and mental attitude.

In: Seven Steps to Inner Power, by Author Tae Yun Kim, pages 79-80

Pg 79, Jung SuWon Physical Training

“Your mind and body are one. Therefore, when you practice the Jung SuWon physical forms along with the seven mental and spiritual principles, you develop your whole being, not your mind only, not your body only.”

Pg 80, Physical Training is Overcoming Limitation

“Certainly, increased physical strength and the knowledge of self-defense are desirable rewards of Jung SuWon martial art training; they reduce fear and weakness and build true confidence and self esteem.  The quality of physical training in Jung SuWon depends directly on the extent to which the spiritual training is applied. Learning the martial art moves and forms, learning how to spar effectively with an opponent, and demonstrating extraordinary physical feats (breaking bricks with your bare hand) require that you use all the principles of awareness, balance, visualization, commitment – all the rules of mental conduct as well as the seven principles of inner power.

Training in the physical form of Jung SuWon requires that you focus all these ideas within the parameters of this structured art form and that you develop yourself and measure your progress in a disciplined manner (such as during a Jung SuWon Testing).  Your training, then, can be a feedback system, letting you know where you stand in taking control of your mind and body.”

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Jung SuWon’s 110th Belt Testing

April 1, 2017

The Art of Jung SuWon

Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy recently had our 110th Belt Testing Cycle. There were students of various color ranks testing to obtain their next belt rank. The students were nervous and anxious, but this is an opportunity for them to display what they have learned through their training. It is a testing of not only the physical aspects, but also the mental, emotional and spiritual aspects.

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Our founder Great Grandmaster Tae Yun Kim teaches us about ki energy and power from within. We have an energy force within us that we can tap into that acts as a generator. She teaches us about the spirit of never giving up and pushing through obstacles with grit and determination. During the testing cycle, these traits were demonstrated by the students as they persevered through forms, sparring and breakings. Also during our regular classes, we learn about meditation and remaining calm. During the…

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Remember to Smile Today, Word Search

March 5, 2017

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“Give your actions a purpose and find the reward in your accomplishments. Act now. Make the most out of every moment and don’t forget to Smile along the way!” ~Tae Yun Kim

A “Smile” can help you to feel good about yourself, and can also bring smiles to others around you.

Jung SuWon training is 24 hours a day, both on the dojang floor and especially away from the dojang in your every day life.  Training helps to improve self confidence, mental confidence, physical fitness, balance, discipline, and has many other benefits for your Body, Mind and Spirit. A person could walk onto the dojang floor full of stress and after a good workout leave the dojang feeling fantastic with a big Smile!

Have a Great Day!

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Butterflies are nature’s most beautiful symbol of patience! Word Search & Dot to Dot

February 14, 2017
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One of nature’s most beautiful symbols is “patience” the transformation – the metamorphosis – of the caterpillar into a butterfly, when the outward picture of the caterpillar’s  “beingness” changes drastically from one form into another.
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For a certain period, the caterpillar ingests food to enable it to grow to a certain point. This is a distinct period of time that cannot be rushed. When that point is reached, it then forms a cocoon in which it must wait for another period of time. A transformation occurs in the quiet cocoon that cannot be rushed or disturbed. Then at last, at the appointed time, a butterfly emerges, a different creature altogether from the caterpillar, who then reproduces so that the cycle begins all over again. 
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The meaning of the name “Jung SuWon”

February 13, 2017

The Art of Jung SuWon

Jung SuWon” means the uniting ofbody, mind and spirit in total harmony

The example/story that I try to help students understand the meaning of Jung SuWon training goes like this:  When you are sitting at home with your school books open trying to do your homework but your mind is elsewhere maybe thinking of having a good time with your friends… ask yourself “am I getting my school work done effectively”.  The answer will be a resounding “No”.  Then when you are out with your friends at the mall having a good time but deep in the back of your head you are saying to yourself… bummer I still have not done my homework… ask yourself am I really having a good time with my friends? 

In both of these situations our body and mind are in different places.  The solution is to put your body and mind…

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Learning Coordination and Utilizing Our Bodies

February 13, 2017

The Art of Jung SuWon

The physical aspects of martial arts training isn’t only about kicking and punching. We also learn more about how to utilize our body and learning about the mechanics and coordination of our bodies. This requires lots of practice to become good at it and this requires different methods of working out our body with lots of repetition.  At Jung SuWon Martial Arts Academy, we work on different exercises that help us refine our coordination and our abilities.

For the regular classes, we practiced a fun activity that all of the students can enjoy. We were practicing our coordination by jumping back and forth above a belt. As we succeed in one particular height, we would elevate the belt to a higher height. This helps us to challenge ourselves as the belt height gradually becomes higher.

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This is a fun and exciting way for us to challenge ourselves and our bodies. We…

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2017 Lunar New Year “Fire Rooster”, and Connect the Dots

January 29, 2017

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This 2017 Lunar New Year, (January 27, 2017), is the year of the “Fire Rooster”

What ”Fire Rooster” Means

Both the zodiac sign and the element shape the astrology of the year. For example, 2017 is a Fire Rooster year. Element-sign combinations recur every 60 years.

Both zodiac sign and element are believed to affect one’s personality and destiny.

In Chinese astrology, each zodiac year is not just associated with an animal sign, but also with one of five elements: Gold (Metal), Wood, Water, Fire, or Earth.

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Dr. Tae Yun Kim’s The First Element book, pg 41, has a description of the “Fire” element.

Here is an excerpt:

Your Spiritual Body is “Fire”. Fire is the element which corresponds to your pure life force energy.  This energy manifests electrical or electromagnetic forces which operate just below the level of your physical body. This is the body of flowing energy which acupuncturists adjust in order to correct physical problems.

In a healthy state, this fire ki energy flows throughout the body in currents expressing the nature of yin and yang. In an unbalanced state, your physical body may manifest signs of too much yang fire energy (an excited, overactive state, such as a fever) or too much yin (a lethargic or stagnant state, such as a cold.)

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Word Search: Are Green Grapes Good for You?

January 25, 2017

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In The First Element book, ~by Author Dr. Tae Yun Kim

Green strongly influences the heart.  As the middle color of the spectrum, the balance and harmony, green helps alleviate tension. The color green helps restore a balanced state.  It imparts a feeling of renewal, freshness, and optimism. Positive qualities associated with green are generosity, humility and cooperation.

He Can Do! She Can Do! Why Not Me!

January 18, 2017

Dr. Tae Yun Kim's Quick Quotes

Dr. Tae Yun Kim’s motto is

He Can Do! She Can Do! Why Not Me!

This quote half wall is located inside Jung SuWon Super Martial Arts where students of all ages practice the art of Jung SuWon!

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2017 New Years Word Search

January 17, 2017

Hello Young Warriors,

In Seven Steps to Inner Power,  here are 3 tools of the Jung Suwon warrior:

  1. The knowledge of Balance will be the armor that you wear so you can travel fearlessly through any experience life brings to you.
  2. Awareness will be the shield that you use to deflect that which you do not need or want.
  3. Visualization will be the sword you use to cut through worn, outmoded, or negative forms to make room for the new.

Here is an Easy Word Search for the New 2017 Year!!!

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