Many who have been training for a period of time, may have come across certain Japanese phrases that describe the road to mastery. Japanese phrases like Shu-ha-ri and Ten-Chi-Jin are often used to describe the progression. With “守破離” Shu-ha-ri, each kanji character represents a stage of development and requirements. The “守” Shu stage of development requires diligently studying the fundamentals, learning strategies, developing the mind and body, applying the techniques and kata without deviation.
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I am a firm believer that children are the future, but to create a better future for our children we must educate them and aide their growth. I also believe the Japanese way of teaching and nurturing children through the martial arts aides in creating brighter futures for children.
THE HIDDEN ASPECTS OF KATA TRAINING Most martial arts training is begun using kata as the starting point before moving […]
GREAT FAITH. GREAT DOUBT. GREAT EFFORT “Great Faith. Great Doubt. Great Effort. – The three jewels of training.” (a zen […]
173. West Irving Park Road, Roselle, IL 60173 Phone (630) 708-2152 call/text The Bujinkan Roselle Dojo offers is a Traditional […]