Wednesday, September 23, 2015


The warrior needed to be superior to his enemy in every aspect; however, a preoccupation with winning becomes a self-applied pressure, which restricts freedom of movement,and the ability to make clear judgements.
Even though the Buddhist term "mushin" is often used in Kobudou, the objective was not to reach a state of Zen enlightenment per se.
The bottom line was survival.
- Budou,The martial ways of Japan ( Nippon Budokan )

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