The order of importance for learning Budo
I Shin, - First your mind
Ni Gan, - Second your eyes
San Soku, - Third your feet or steps
Astride the bull, I reach home.
I am serene. The bull too can rest.
Dawn has come. I blissful repose,
Within my thatched dwelling I have abandon...
A Zen Story
There was an old woman in china who had the support of a monk for over twenty years.
She had built a little hut for him and fed him while he ...
The whip and rope are necessary,
Else he might stray off down some dusty road.
Being well trained, he becomes naturally gentle.
Then, unfettered, ...
Mounting the bull, slowly I return homeward.
The voice of my flute intones through the evening.
Measuring with hand-beats the pulsating harmony, I di...
I seize him with a terrific struggle.
His great will and power are inexhaustible.
He charges to the high plateau far above the cloud-mists,
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SEN NO SEN – AHEAD OF AHEAD
“LEADING/INVITING THE INITIATIVE”
Sen no sen means “before the attack.” Sometimes this timing is also called ...
The concept in Budo is to stay out of trouble whenever possible.
The best form of self-defence is not to be there in the first place. If that...
[caption id="attachment_4712" align="alignright" width="476"] Chojun Miyagi (left) observes a training session.[/caption]
With any type of response such...