This article from Black Belt Magazine looks at O'Sensei Kim's training methods, style, and more.
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This pdf details the brutal workouts of Sensei Gogen Yamaguchi, as recalled by an American student who studied under Sensei Yamaguchi during the American o...
Ishikawa Goeman was a samurai who had been disgraced and became a famous ninja. He was caught and they put him and his son in a vat of h...
In this Martial Arts Mini Guide, O'Sensei Kim discusses the history and true core of the martial arts, the meaning of the ranks, the purpose and uses of di...
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One's attitude impacts and determines one's perception; therefore, you can see the snow as nature's wrath or nature's crystals. A concept to consider is th...
Size impresses people. The bigger the better. You see evidence of it everywhere – the size of automobiles, of buildings, of cities, of organizations. In ...
Peace on earth, starts with peace in the home and within ourselves.
Quiet time and grounding oneself through, meditation, calming music, reading, prayer...
“Wing Chun” is a style of Martial Arts which translates literally as “singing spring fist”.
Yip Man was the first to establish a modern martia...
Zen students are with their masters at least ten years before they presume to teach others. Nan-in was visited by Tenno, who, having passed his apprenticeship, had become a teacher. The day happened to be rainy, so Tenno wore wooden clogs and carried an umbrella.
After greeting him, Nan-in remarked, “I suppose you left your wooden clogs in the vestibule. I want to know if your umbrella is on the right or left side of the clogs.”
Tenno, confused, had no instant answer. He realized that he was unable to carry his Zen every minute. He became Nan-in’s pupil and he studied six more years to accomplish his Every Minute Zen.