The order of importance for learning Budo
I Shin, - First your mind
Ni Gan, - Second your eyes
San Soku, - Third your feet or steps
Yon Te - ...
~by Richard Kim, Ph.D.
Sensei and I were high in the mountains overlooking Yugawara. The air was crisp and we stood silently, breathing and enjoying...
~by O’Sensei Richard Kim (excerpt from The Weaponless Warrior)
During the Satsuma occupation of Okinawa, a Japanese samurai, who had lent money to a fis...
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Yamaguchi was the legendary and colorful early 20th century karate master who founded Japanese Go...
~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 w...
Whether on the defensive side or striking side, it is important to have a proper method formation of power followed by the technique’s three phases. ...
[caption id="attachment_4712" align="alignright" width="476"] Chojun Miyagi (left) observes a training session.[/caption]
With any type of response such a...
The concept in CMAC 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 i...
Only when the mind is settled can it become quiet and only when the mind is quiet can it become still; it’s only when the mind is still can it...
From the BBC:
Dressed in traditional maroon robes modified in the style of karate uniforms, the women’s smiling faces concealed an incredible energy and...