Paths To Universal Wisdom June 26, 2013 at 8:36 pm

Master Tenno had reached the fullness in archery, the noble kyudo, while the Sweeper of emeralds had reached enlightenment as undisputed master of Tai Chi, at the height of china’s cultural revolution. He had served in the army and excelled in all the arts of the Bushido, or way to stop the arrow into the air, enclosing all the ways that improperly called martial arts in the West. -Why it happened so teacher? -By the people reductionist desire. When Buddhism came to China here found the wisdom of the Tao widespread while the thought of Confucius served to train people to live together in society, and officials to carry out their tasks while leaders should educate its spirit and its forms in the noble art of directing, or art of the strategy. -What good! – But Confucius was not listened and up was maligned and for thirteen years, he had to wander through different courts of Kings to try their Princes to accept educate yourself on the wisdom contained in the sacred books of antiquity which he had gathered with his disciples.

It did not achieve anything and it took centuries until the Beijing court accepted his teachings but converting them into State religion! -Always the same! What hobby! -So, why the master Sweeper of Esmeraldas left his position as instructor at the army and retired to the monastery of the Saolin monks, where had taken place, two thousand years ago the happy integration of Taoism and Buddhism giving rise to Chang. -That both had amazed the Japanese monks who came to practice with Chinese teachers, from Patriarch Bodidarma, giving rise to the two most famous schools of Zen said Ting Chang. -Master, why not unified all the knowledge and experiences so that we can thus follow the true path? He asked Sergei. -The true path is that of each one.

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