Joseph Cardillo
Be Like Water: Practical Wisdom from the Martial Arts
January 23, 2019 Comments.. 204
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

  • Title: Be Like Water: Practical Wisdom from the Martial Arts
  • Author: Joseph Cardillo
  • ISBN: 9780446690317
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Paperback
  • 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 maIn 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 deeply and gain confidence in your ability to take care of yourself.

    • × Be Like Water: Practical Wisdom from the Martial Arts || ☆ PDF Download by ↠ Joseph Cardillo
      120 Joseph Cardillo
    • thumbnail Title: × Be Like Water: Practical Wisdom from the Martial Arts || ☆ PDF Download by ↠ Joseph Cardillo
      Posted by:Joseph Cardillo
      Published :2019-01-23T14:18:03+00:00

    1 Blog on “Be Like Water: Practical Wisdom from the Martial Arts

    1. SURYA says:

      It is my favourite PHILOSOPHER BRUCE LEE who said it first- 'Be like water'.This book can become very interesting and refreshing for those who are quite novice in the filed of philosophy behind all martial arts---Balance, harmony, flexibility, adaptability, agility, swiftness, peace---OK. Not a great or deep book, yet a good one. If you have interest in philosophy of martial art or its application to various aspects of one's life you may read this book. Quite light. And it can spread quite light [...]

    2. Michael Sypes says:

      So-so. Focused, short essays and associated meditations/exercises directed at specific areas of self-improvement. I found the author's personal examples self-aggrandizing more than helpful, but they were in keeping with whatever he happened to be talking about at the moment. I recommend reading a chapter or two in short burst and practicing the exercises for a while before trying another to get the most of the book.

    3. Jennifer Collins says:

      I stumbled onto this book while doing some research, and picked it up primarily out of curiosity. Once I began reading it, though, I was so taken in by Cardillo's style, and curiosity, that I couldn't help but continue.In each short chapter, Cardillo takes on one core principle of the martial arts, explaining how it relates to the art, how he experienced it in his own training, and how it can relate to the average person's daily experiences and aid them in their own personal/professional develop [...]

    4. Carolyn says:

      Filled with ways to center and relax, this book is for the Martial Artist and non Martial Artist alike. Using examples from his own training and experiences, Cardillo is easily able to lay things out simply and make it easy for the reader to understand. The ultimate goal in being like water is to be fluid and free, unable to be contained and always flowing. Basically, relax, take a deep breath and enjoy in the beauty of the world and your life, which is something I can totally get behind.

    5. Jay says:

      Kind of a basis book on the spiritual aspects of martial arts. Much of the content was superficial and not much depth. Touch on various subject matters within martial arts for a few pages and then provides an example from his own personnel life. Felt the examples while probably real were modified to try an fit into the content of the subject. For someone who is new to martial arts this would probably be a helpful introduction to the spiritual side of it.

    6. MichaelBaggetta says:

      I read this book back in 1984 when I was a young Stock Broker and Entrepreneur! A good book to read for anyone going into business or just wants to learn how to negotiate a better deal or price for anything!

    7. Mark Cerasaro says:

      Mandatory reading for professor Cardillo's creative writing course, this was nonetheless a decent read.

    8. Sarah says:

      Read this book in college while studying martial arts. Very helpful.

    9. Seawood says:

      Some useful and interesting ideas here, worth a read.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *