Immovable Wisdom: The Art of Zen Strategy : the Teachings of Takuan Soho
Element, 1992 - Religion - 181 pages
The Zen Master Takuan Sono (1573-1645) was a master of calligraphy, painting, gardening, martial arts, and the teacher of the Shogun Iemitsu, Yagyu Tajima-no-Kami (founder of Japan's greatest swordsmanship school) and Miyamoto Musashi (author of The Book of Five Rings).
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The Wondrous Record of Immovable Wisdom
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