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The Warrior Is Silent

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The Warrior Is Silent

Martial Arts and the Spiritual Path

By (author)  Scott Shaw, Ph.D.

ISBN-13: 978-0-89281-668-2
ISBN: 0-89281-668-6

Quality Paperback — 5/1/98

Page Count: 144; 8.00 (width) x 10.00 (height)

80 b&w photographs

Imprint: Inner Traditions

Availability: Usually ships within 1-2 business days.

Price: $16.95

 

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About The Warrior Is Silent


A master illuminates the spiritual foundations of martial artspractice in this fully illustrated guide.


• Presents an overview of the spiritual foundations of the martial arts.


• Takes the reader through a well-illustrated series of self-defense techniques  that utilize Ki energy.


• An essential guide for anyone interested in a spiritually-centered martial arts practice.


The Warrior Is Silent presents an overview of the spiritual foundations of martial arts practice in the East and its intimate connection with the perfection of the art itself. In addition, the author, an accomplished martial artist, takes the reader through a well-illustrated series of self-defense techniques that utilize Ki energy. Establishing a balance between the spiritual and physical aspects of the martial arts, The Warrior Is Silent is an essential guide for anyone interested in a spiritually-centered martial arts practice. 

About the Author(s) of The Warrior Is Silent

Scott Shaw is a regular contributor to national martial art magazines and has a Ph.D. in Asian studies. He is the only non-Korean ever to be promoted to the rank of Seventh Degree Black Belt in Hapkido by the Korea Hapkido Federation. He is the author of Hapkido: The Korean Art of Self Defense and The Ki Process: Korean Secrets for Cultivating Dynamic Energy. He lives and teaches in Redondo Beach, California.

Praise for The Warrior Is Silent

"Shaw's manual is an easy-to-read introduction to recognizing and developing the spiritual depth of the martial arts."

Publishers Weekly