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Hagakure-teaching-1 at karate school ki for traditional Shotokan karate-do in Amsterdam Center and Monnickendam

HAGAKURE ‘Hidden among the leaves’ 1

HAGAKURE: There is Always Room for Improvement I have heard that a certain master swordsman, having reached old age, made the following statement: Lifetime training “A samurai’s training lasts a lifetime, and there is a proper order to it. At the lowest level of training, even though you practice, you do not seem to improve,…

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Original samurai teachings at ki from samurai-turned-priest Jōchō Yamamoto (1659-1719). Hagakure (Hidden among the leaves) is a guide, organized as a loose collection of thoughts, on how samurai should conduct themselves. - ki karateschool voor traditioneel Shotokan te Amsterdam en Monnickendam

HAGAKURE ‘Hidden among the leaves’ 2

HAGAKURE Hidden among the leaves 2 (◣﹏◢)╯ Hagakure – Hidden among the leaves: “A Man’s Appearance. One should always be equipped with rouge and powder. Sometimes it may happen when waking up with a hangover that one’s color is bad. At such times, one should take out one’s rouge and apply it.” Bushido philosophy The…

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ki karateschool online – les 2 / lesson 2 Online karateschool Tekst uit Gichin Funakoshi’s, Karate-do Kyohan, The Master-tekst. Text from Gichin Funakoshi, Karate-do Kyohan, The Master text. De waarde van karate als atletische training (pagina 11) Bij karate moet het hele lichaam in alle richtingen kunnen bewegen. In tegenstelling tot bijvoorbeeld de nadruk…

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