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Translations of Kata Names and the Word “Kata”

The Japanese character (kanji) for the word Kata has a long history. The names of the Goju core kata also have both exoteric and esoteric meanings. Please review them in the pdf below. Read the full pdf here.

Posted in Scanned Articles

O’Sensei Kim on Tradition, Standards, and Discipline

In this Martial Arts Mini Guide, O’Sensei Kim discusses the history and true core of the martial arts, the meaning of the ranks, the purpose and uses of discipline, and much more. Click here to read the full article or

Posted in Articles, Masters, Scanned Articles

Meditation Blocks Inflammation and Aging

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Muhammad Ali Special Report

ABC News did a special report on the life and impact of Muhammad Ali – it can be viewed here: Click here to view the full video.

Posted in Masters, Video

Reducing Your EMF Pollution — Exploring Practical Solutions

Watch this quick video for tips from EMF expert Jeromy Johnson on how to protect your home and family while still staying “connected.”

Posted in Health, Video

Wireless wake-up call TED Talk

A Silicon-valley engineer turned technology health advocate, Jeromy Johnson discusses our attachment to technology and the health hazards such an addiction may hold.

Posted in Video

Paul Hutu Plays Beethoven’s Sonata No. 1

Here is a great video of our student Paul Hutu playing Beethoven’s Sonoata No. 1:

Posted in Video

The Making of a Samurai Sword

Christie’s has posted a very interesting video on the making of a Samurai sword. Click here to view it.

Posted in Video

Buddhist Thoughts on Self-Image

Dr. Miles Neale uses contemplative neuroscience to explain why and how life can feel like a revolving door of stress and trauma. While the characters and circumstances seem to change our fundamental experience remains the same because what we take

Posted in Buddhism, Video, Videos for Student Resources

Buddhist Thoughts on Upgrading Ourselves

In this short video, Buddhist psychotherapist Dr. Miles Neale discusses the possibility of an evolutionary upgrade achieved when self-protective instincts are disarmed, altruistic instincts cultivated, and human beings shift from merely surviving to consciously thriving.

Posted in Buddhism, Video, Videos for Student Resources
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