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Author: Nicklaus Suino
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Title: Budo Mind and Body: Training Secrets of the Japanese Martial Arts
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Publisher: Weatherhill; Annotated edition edition (March 14, 2006)
Pages: 128

Budo Mind and Body: Training Secrets of the Japanese Martial Arts by Nicklaus Suino



Budo, or traditional Japanese martial arts for self-cultivation, is about more than learning how to fight; true budo is a way of seeking and grasping meaning in life. Traditional Japanese martial arts have close ties to Zen Buddhism, and students of such arts as iaido, kendo, aikido, judo, kyudo, and karate-do are required to work tirelessly to refine body, mind, and spirit. Here, Nicklaus Suino, one of the leading iaido teachers in North America, gives expert advice on how to get the most from training in traditional Japanese martial arts.

Budo, or traditional Japanese martial arts for self-cultivation, is about more than learning how to fight; true budo is a way of seeking and grasping meaning in life.

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Martial arts - Japan - Psychological aspects. Arts of strength, arts of serenity. The Japanese Martial Arts 97 Appendix 2: Eight Essential Texts 123. Bibliography 127 Resources 141. PREFACE. the material in this book was first published in 1996, with the title Arts of Strength, Arts of Serenity. In the years since, it has been my distinct pleasure to have feedback from many readers, both newcomers to budo and accomplished martial artists. According to certain budo philosophers, there eventually arises a perfect relationship between mind and body, at which point the whole human being becomes a means of expressing divine intention, and thus is no longer constrained by ordinary physical and mental limitations. It is when students experience this oneness that they find their training most rewarding.

Budo Mind and Body book. Here, Nicklaus Suino, one of the leading iaido teachers in North America, gives expert advice on how to get the most from training in traditional Japanese martial arts such as iaido, kendo, aikido, judo, kyudo, and karate-do. He reveals the essential components of b Budo is about learning more than how to fight; true budo is a way of seeking and uncovering meaning in life.

This book covers all the important concepts of Martial Art training. except for the Zen aspects. I've been training for over 25 years using a Christian Philosophy and perspective which blends perfectly with the concepts of the true Martial Artist. 3 people found this helpful. Fortunately, Budo Mind and Body is an outstanding gift book. It's a quick, easy read, but it speaks of things that take a lifetime to thoroughly explore. It's written in a clear, straightforward style with the unadorned elegance that one might expect of an iaido stylist.

Here, Nicklaus Suino, one of the leading iaido teachers in North America, gives expert advice on how to get the most from training in traditional Japanese martial arts such as iaido, kendo, aikido, judo, kyudo, and karate-do. He reveals the essential components of budo training, including:, how to determine the principles behind techniques, how to develop physical strength, technical strength and strength of character, how to discipline your mind to really focus and be in the present moment. Download this book Budo Mind and Body: Training Secrets of the Japanese Martial Arts . Budo Mind and Body: Training Secrets of the Japanese Martial Arts.

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Budo, or traditional Japanese martial arts for self-cultivation, is about more than learning how to fight; true budo is a way of seeking and grasping meaning in life. Traditional Japanese martial arts have close ties to Zen Buddhism, and students of such arts as iaido, kendo, aikido, judo, kyudo, and karate-do are required to work tirelessly to refine body, mind, and spirit. Here, Nicklaus Suino, one of the leading iaido teachers in North America, gives expert advice on how to get the most from training in traditional Japanese martial arts. He reveals the essential components of budo training, including:    •  how to determine the principles behind techniques    •  how to develop physical strength, technical strength, and strength of character    •  how to discipline your mind to really focus and be in the present moment Originally published as Arts of Strength, Arts of Serenity, this revised and updated edition gives advice on training and etiquette that will be indispensable to beginning students, and a potent reminder to more seasoned practitioners. Advanced students will particularly appreciate Suino's explanation of budo philosophy.
Reviews: 7
Arlelond
This is an excellent book for all practioners of martial arts, especially those who seek to go beyond just the physical skills to a life-long study of the philosophy of budo. Based on his own training and wide reading, Suino has distilled the essence of what he describes as necessary for the proper study of budo. Be warned: he does not offer an easy or short road: real commitment is physically and mentally demanding. Suino lays out the key elements of both, including some of the pitfalls that await. The benefits, however, can be felt not just within the martial art itself, but also in one's broader approach to life.

I particularly liked Suino's criticism of those who are more talk than action in teaching or studying martial arts, and those who are focused more on badges and belts than truly studying the art in all respects. His message is not an easy one for a society focused on quick gratification, self-importance and short attention spans. In addition to the life-long commitment, his call is essentially one of modesty in all aspects: deference for teachers in learning and developing techniques over a period of time, concern for fellow students, modesty in behaviour in the dojo, understanding that learning can evolve and shift its focus but that it has no end point, and modesty in realizing that one is part of, and building upon, very ancient traditions.

Appendices include capsule summaries of the key martial arts and a useful bibliography for further reading.

This is a book to be re-read and contemplated.
Onetarieva
This book covers all the important concepts of Martial Art training...except for the Zen aspects. I've been training for over 25 years using a Christian Philosophy and perspective which blends perfectly with the concepts of the true Martial Artist. I would recommend this book to every martial Arts practioner regardless of style or time in training!
Dukinos
I purchased this book because I learned and benefited from Suino's Arts of Strength, Arts of Serenity. I was thrilled to see he had a new book out. Unfortunately, this new book is simply the old book revised and rereleased. I'm glad to see the book back in print. But I didn't need a second copy.

Fortunately, Budo Mind and Body is an outstanding gift book. It's a quick, easy read, but it speaks of things that take a lifetime to thoroughly explore. It's written in a clear, straightforward style with the unadorned elegance that one might expect of an iaido stylist. I highly recommend it unless you already own Suino's Arts of Strength, Arts of Serenity.
Kanal
This book presents some excellent ideas applicable martial arts and to every day life in a clear and readable fashion.
Jek
I'm new to the martial arts, just starting my iaido training. I found this book to be very helpful, I just wish it was longer.
Acebiolane
Excellent Book!!
Ziena
Great book for a serious martial artist.
I trained under Suino Sensai, and this book is really good if your looking into Japanese martial arts. Its full of wisdom from Suino Sensai and some of his experiences in the decades that he has trained.