It’s June 3rd, near San Francisco, and this is what’s happening in Dr. Tae Yun Kim‘s garden:

That’s right, it’s raining hard, it’s blustery, and only 55 degrees!

What a blessing!

Normally, this time of year, it’s hot, dry, and the rainy season usually stops somewhere in April.   I happen to love this weather, and today it reminded me of what I just read in Dr. Tae Yun Kim’s book “Seven Steps to Inner Power:”

“Your Silent Master Consciousness urges you to have an attitude of letting go.  You needn’t’ hold on to positive or negative conditions as though they will last forever; rather, let the flow from yin to yang to yin lead you into harmonious, balanced, progressive change.  Never be afraid of change. By letting go and listening to your Silent Master, all change should lead you into greater good.  That is the purpose of change and the purpose of life!”

Basically, Dr. Tae Yun Kim teaches us to expect the unexpected.  Expect change!  And nowhere is that more obvious than in the garden!

At Jung Suwon Great Dr. Tae Yun Kim also explains this concept, and demonstrates it by never having the same kind of class – every single class is different and awesome, and is exactly what we as students need at the moment.

And that is what a true teacher does!