In Korean the word for this is “Doe Chi.” Doe Chi can be defined as being drunk on one’s own thoughts and words. Just as you do not see clearly if you are drunk, you can also be “drunk” on your own thoughts, which inhibits clear vision of your surroundings.
Those who limit themselves with their own thoughts and beliefs see life with tunnel vision, where only self-interest is visible, where they can only see a narrow space in front of them and never the whole picture. It’s as if someone wears sunglasses all day and night and then complains that everything is too dark, and goes on to complain and blame others that it’s too dark everywhere. They are only seeing from their perspective; clear vision is being limited because they have sunglasses on. This is “Doe Chi.”
In order to see clearly they must see that they have the choice to change their reality by removing their sunglasses. No matter how much they complain or try to have others change the situation for them, nothing will ever change until they see that the answer is solely with them.
In order to see life clearly, it is of utmost importance to gain more perspective; to take off your sunglasses and see the world as it truly is.
Someday, maybe no one will remember me, but through these Keys, if someone is able to absorb these principles and change their life for the better then I will earn. By you earning, I earn. This is one of the reasons and principles of why I am dedicated to sharing these with you. Once you learn, you too can share and earn. It is a never-ending cycle of goodness. This is the way to change the world and to make a positive impact.