- Taschenbuch: 128 Seiten
- Verlag: Lulu Publishing Services (20. Februar 2014)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1483408248
- ISBN-13: 978-1483408248
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 15,2 x 0,8 x 22,9 cm
- Durchschnittliche Kundenbewertung: 2 Kundenrezensionen
- Amazon Bestseller-Rang: Nr. 446.128 in Fremdsprachige Bücher (Siehe Top 100 in Fremdsprachige Bücher)
Jikishin Dojo Budo Kenshu - Study of the Martial Way (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 20. Februar 2014
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In 2009 he moved to Auckland, New Zealand to do postgraduate studies. After completing a Master of Health Science in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, he received a scholarship to continue his studies and is currently in the final year of his doctoral research. In this research he is exploring and further developing the practical and theoretical connection between physiotherapy, Budo, Zen, Shiatsu and Western philosophy. He occasionally teaches at Auckland University of Technology, NZ, and works clinically in a sports clinic in Auckland, NZ.
Filip Marić is the founder and principal instructor at Jikishin Dojo Auckland, and next to regular classes frequently teaches local, national and international seminars in his various areas of expertise. Surfing the waves around New Zealand inspires him with gratitude and connection.
In diesem Buch(Mehr dazu)
For me the book consists more or less of three parts:
- an introduction on why to study budo/aikido
- theoretical, philosophical underpinnings grouped into principles
- the syllabus at Jikishin Dojo, i.e. what and how to train as well as grading requirements
Despite the fact that I’m not his primary audience (“... to explain myself to the people that train with me on a regular basis ...”, which I currently do not have the pleasure of) the book gave me a lot to think about, primarily in the first two parts. I’ve a profound interest in those topics myself and read quite a bit on it. To me the synthesis of Mr. Maric combines a lot of concepts in a sound and meaningful way. Why did I initially call it a book of a seeker? Because Mr. Maric clearly states that his synthesis is as good as his current understanding and ability to explain that. Both of which he is sure to develop further... and I'm looking forward to read the results.
With regards to the syllabus I consider myself not in a position the judge the clustering of topics for the grading requirements. But, and this is a huge plus for me, Mr. Maric facilitates the learning of anyone trying to come to terms with techniques and their Japanese names by providing excellent iconografics (similar in style to the ones by Ratti and Westbrook in “Aikido and the Dynamic Sphere”) for the most common attacks and techniques. Personally I’d like to have a poster or printout thereof for ease of memorisation (a product-idea?).Lesen Sie weiter... ›
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This "perplexedness" not only applies to his fine outline and thoughts on Budo and Aikido, which I am not a practitioner (yet?...perhaps I will be in the near future), but also to how we can perceive and inform our world/worldview, our daily reality, our breath, our movements/flexibility both mentally and physically, our resonance as individuals, our relation to others whether friend or foe, and our need for a collective mode of support through dojo, sangha, compassionate family, compassionate circles of friends, etc.
What you will also understand is a deeper way to think about and seek this collective support; which is essential to developing a more mindful mode of self (and non-self). It takes support such as this book to awaken a little further.
With Filip's words, at the very least if you haven't found a sangha or dojo, you have found a virtual "second member" to challenge, support, and start you on the path of wholeheartedly showing up just a little bit more, regardless of your specific practice(s).
It only takes two to start and Filip's words are there walking beside you.
When I looked it up on line,there was the book. Very reasonable price so I bought it so that I might have some insight into the dojo.
This is a small,humble (on all levels) publication. It is also one of the most intelligent pieces of martial writing I have read in many years!
I believe a background in Aikido or Aikijujutsu is best to fully follow the direction of thought/s espoused.Next best would be a background in Japanese martial arts. But I think anyone who has done any training will gain benefit from it.
I suggest if you have a martial library of useful material this should be on your purchase list for 2014/2015.
Get into the mind and practice of Filip Maric, a passionate leader, philosopher and visionary.