Shuhari

Posted by Kirsten Gibbs
Last updated 28th May 2021
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  • "It is known that, when we learn or train in something, we pass through the stages of shu, ha, and ri. These stages are explained as follows. In shu, we repeat the forms and discipline ourselves so that our bodies absorb the forms that our forebears created. We remain faithful to these forms with no deviation. Next, in the stage of ha, once we have disciplined ourselves to acquire the forms and movements, we make innovations. In this process the forms may be broken and discarded. Finally, in ri, we completely depart from the forms, open the door to creative technique, and arrive in a place where we act in accordance with what our heart/mind desires, unhindered while not overstepping laws."  Endō Seishirō

    You want your entire team to get to ri.

    That's impossible while the shu is only in your head.

    Discipline makes Daring possible.

     

    HT to Carlos Saba for the thought. And to Claire Perry-Louise for creating the space where it can be shared.

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