In training for psychoanalytic psychotherapy, the same principle used in the psychoanalysis training system, the so called tripartite system (personal analysis, didactic instruction, and control analysis) is recommended. People are usually very reluctant to receive personal analysis and the opportunity to experience it is thus, quite limited. The author presented his own personal experience regarding psychotherapy training in Korea. He received psychotherapy from Dr. Dong-Shick Rhee and was trained at the Korean Academy of Psychotherapists. Individual supervision was conducted by Dr. Dong-Shick Rhee and group supervision by Drsa. Dong-Soon Kim and Hong-Se Moon. The author compared the supervision experience in the Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy Program at the Cleveland Psychoanalysis Center, in Cleveland, Ohio, U.S.A. The supervisor was the late Dr. Edward Schiff. The process of psychotherapy with Dr. Dong-Shick Rhee could be compared to psychoanalytic psychotherapy, but supportive features were more frequently used than analytic features. Purification of mind and handling of nuclear feelings were experienced. These were based upon Tao. The principles of Tao Psychotherapy were published in the book, “An Introduction to Taopsychotherapy” written by Dr. Dong-Shick Rhee. The author experienced religious enlightenment through his psychotherapy. Reading and discussing psychotherapy articles were guided by Dr. Dong-Shick Rhee. It was not only about accumulating the knowledge but rather learning how to study and how to read correctly. The author reflected the process of his own psychotherapy came to a point on the road less travelled.