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Budo principes


Budo principes

The twenty guiding principles of Budo

(Naar "The Twenty Guiding Principles of Karate" Gischin Funakoshi)
  • Budo begins and ends with Rei.
  • There is no first strike in Budo.
  • Budo stands on the side of justice.
  • First know yourself, then know others.
  • Mentality over technique.
  • The mind must be set free.
  • Calamity springs from carelessness.
  • Budo goes beyond the dojo.
  • Budo is a lifelong pursuit.
  • Apply the way of Budo to all things. Thereein lies its beauty.
  • Budo is like boiling water: without heat, it returns to its tepid state.
  • Do not think of winning. Think, rather of not losing.
  • Make adjustments according to your opponent.
  • The outcome of a battle depends on how one handles emptiness and fullness (weakness and strength).
  • Think of the opponents hands and feet as swords.
  • When you step beyond your own gate, you face a million ennemies.
  • Kamae (ready stance) is for beginnes; later, one stands in Shizentai (natural stance).
  • Perform Kata exactly; actual combat is another matter.
  • Do not forget the employment or withdrawal of power, the extension or contraction of the body, the swift or leisurely application of technique.
  • Be constantly mindful, diligent, and resourceful in your pursuit of the Way (Do)

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