The Kodenkan Judo of Master Okazaki

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Tsaikontan Classic

Tsaikontan Classic

The stillness in Stillness is not the true Stillness. Only when there is Stillness in movement can the Rhythmic Spirit appear which pervades Heaven and Earth.*

Du Mu – The Art of Way

The subtle is stillness, the mysterious is movement. Stillness is defense, movement is attack. Whether opponents live or die depends on you, so you are as though director of their fate.

* Note: Chinese; Ch’i Yun Sheng Tung. Japanese; Ki In Seido, alternately, Shin In Seido.

Prepared by: David A. Scheid