Moo Do Philosophy

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Moo Do Philosophy - The Right Understanding

Wed, 02/10/2010 - 5:57pm — Grandmaster

The Right Understanding
 
The Right Understanding is sometime called “Wisdom”. It is often translated as “discernment” as it provides a sense of direction and at a higher level, the right view and right direction. This is the right way of looking at life, nature and the world as they really are. Simply put, it is to look at life and nature in a way that one understands how things really are. Understanding the right view inspires the practitioner to lead a virtuous life in line with our Moo Do philosophy.  
 

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Moo Do Philosophy - More of the Right Mindfulness

Wed, 09/02/2009 - 7:27pm — Grandmaster

 

In the last article on Moo Do Philosophy – “The Right Mindfulness”, I gave several examples of practicing the Right Mindfulness as part of your Tang Soo Do training. Since our training is both in and out of the dojang, I will continue with this subject with several more examples on a more philosophical slant.

 

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Moo Do Philosophy - The Right Mindfulness

Thu, 08/20/2009 - 2:00am — Grandmaster

In this next chapter of Moo Do Philosophy – The Right Mindfulness, let’s explore three key concepts to peak performance training and self mastery. They are “Breaking Through Limitations”, “Mushin”, and “Doing What you Do Perfectly”.

 

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Moo Do Philosophy - The Right Mindfulness

Wed, 08/12/2009 - 2:00am — Grandmaster
The teacher looks for effort…Not skill – There is an old Chinese saying that goes, “When the student is ready, the teacher will appear.” This means that we are all exactly where we are suppose to be in life. I will never forget when I realized this for the first time. There are many lessons we are not ready for. This is why the Master teacher or instructor looks for effort…not skill. They realize that it takes time to learn anything of value.

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Moo Do Philosophy - The Right Mindfulness

Wed, 08/05/2009 - 8:57pm — Grandmaster

In the last article on Moo Do Philosophy – “The Right Mindfulness”, I gave several examples of practicing the Right Mindfulness as part of your Tang Soo Do training.  Since our training is both in and out of the dojang, I will continue with this subject with several more examples on a more philosophical slant.

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Peak Performance Tip - Shoerack Theory

Tue, 07/21/2009 - 5:26pm — Grandmaster
SHOERACK THEORY
 
It has long been a custom in the Martial Arts, that upon entering the dojang, students
remove their shoes and place them in the shoerack. Part of this custom is for hygiene
and cleanliness.

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Moo Do Philosophy - The Right Mindfulness

Wed, 07/15/2009 - 2:00am — Grandmaster

The Right Mindfulness – This area covers our Moo Do Philosophy. It includes the rules and regulations of the dojang, the 10 attitudinal requirements or articles of faith, the 7 tenets, the 8 Key Concepts, and the 13 influences or postures also known as the Sip Sam Seh.

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Moo Do Philosophy - The Right Effort

Thu, 07/02/2009 - 10:04pm — Grandmaster
The Right Understanding leads to the Right Thoughts. The Right Thoughts leads to the Right Words. The Right Words leads to the Right Actions. The Right Actions lead to the Right Livelihood. The Right Livelihood leads to the Right Effort.
 
What is the right effort? The right effort is combination of the correct amount of energy and enthusiasm. It is focused.

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