Just as words have power so do actions,
Students of Budo learn to reflect before they act and to refrain from destructive or harmful actions.
1. Right Understanding
To view the world exactly as it presents itself to the eye. Or to the senses.
We often categorize things too soon, or have cat...
From right understanding flows right mindedness/thinking/counsel
It is meant to be applied to one’s attitudes and approach towar...
Budo asks us to be diligent in the study and practice of that which will awaken us to our innate enlightenment.
We are to keep moving forward, to avoi...
The question is clear,
the answer is deep.
Budo considers an aptitude for critical thinking essential because it allows us to recognize and acknowl...
Perhaps the singular focus of Budo.
Concentration is calm yet intense focus that we apply in our physical, mental and spiritual practice so that we ...
Sensei Algernon Williams 6thDan Renshi
Dojo Director: Mokurai Dojo, Kancho CMAC New Zealand
Most of you do not know me, but some of you who have b...
Students of Budo are encouraged to reflect on the power of their words.
Speech, when used carelessly, tends to promulgate suffering.
Students work to...
The Bhagavad Gita describes the tendency of the mind as follows: “For him who has conquered the mind, the mind is the best of friends; but for one who ha...