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Ki and the Way of the Martial Arts ❮Download❯ ➵ Ki and the Way of the Martial Arts Author Kenji Tokitsu – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk While technical prowess and physical power are essential characteristics of a martial artist true mastery of the art comes by cultivating one's inner strength Here Kenji Tokitsu—an authority on Japa While technical prowess and physical power are the Way PDF È essential characteristics of a martial artist true mastery of the art comes by cultivating one's inner strength Here Kenji Tokitsu—an authority on Japanese and Chinese combat arts and a respected karate teacher—shows how cultivating ki life force and understanding the principles Ki and ePUB ´ of budo the martial path of self development can make training in martial arts meaningful effective and personally and spiritually rewarding Tokitsu emphasizes the mental aspects of martial arts practice including    •  The importance of ki development    •  Seme or capturing your opponent's mind    •  Understanding ma the spatial and the Way eBook ✓ relationship in combat Studying these concepts he explains gives martial artists the tools to train for a lifetime and at the very highest level Tokitsu also gives a historical and cultural survey of budo and explains how the Western view of budo training is different than the Japanese—a perspective and the Way of the PDF/EPUB ² rarely available to Western martial artists.


2 thoughts on “Ki and the Way of the Martial Arts

  1. Daniel Daniel says:

    A deeply stimulating and learned exposition and analysis of several key ideas involved in Japanese martial arts particularly kendo and karate Tokitsu returns throughout to the uestion of the basis of ki in experience prior to theoretical explanation and the possibility of communicating this reality and deepening one’s understanding of it by considering the different approaches of Eastern and Western cultures as complementary; and considering them also as secondary to the reality actually experienced in practice


  2. Mark Francis Mark Francis says:

    It's an interesting insight into the mind of Mr Tokitsu through his reflections and from what I remember I read this maybe over 10 years ago this is an account of his own journey to study the phenomenal power of ki and zen philosophy in relation to the martial arts If you're interested in that kind of thing give it a read It's not an instruction manual on conjuring up balls of energy to destroy your foes


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2 thoughts on “Ki and the Way of the Martial Arts

  1. Daniel Daniel says:

    A deeply stimulating and learned exposition and analysis of several key ideas involved in Japanese martial arts particularly kendo and karate Tokitsu returns throughout to the uestion of the basis of ki in experience prior to theoretical explanation and the possibility of communicating this reality and deepening one’s understanding of it by considering the different approaches of Eastern and Western cultures as complementary; and considering them also as secondary to the reality actually experienced in practice

  2. Mark Francis Mark Francis says:

    It's an interesting insight into the mind of Mr Tokitsu through his reflections and from what I remember I read this maybe over 10 years ago this is an account of his own journey to study the phenomenal power of ki and zen philosophy in relation to the martial arts If you're interested in that kind of thing give it a read It's not an instruction manual on conjuring up balls of energy to destroy your foes

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