Be Like Water: Practical Wisdom from the Martial Arts
In the vein of Bruce Lee's famous "be water, my friend" speech as referenced by Tom Brady comes a guide to harnessing your energy to increase focus and peace.
"A fascinating and helpful book for everyone trying to make sense of our crazy world." - Joe Hyams, Author of Zen in the Martial Arts
Joseph Cardillo, Ph.D and top-selling author, reveals the philosophy behind the martial arts techniques that lead to a creative and fulfilled life in this entertaining and insightful guide. Using the techniques outlined in this book, you will feel more deeply and gain confidence in your ability to take care of yourself.
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Finding Your Range
Identifying Your Priorities
Wrestling an Empty Jacket
Being Like Water
Intensifying Your Effort and Striking
Feeling the Rhythm
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