The Judo It is not a simple martial art o uno sport ma una vera e propria philosophy of life. The founder of Judo, Used Kano, gli ha attributo un notevole meaning philosophical, educational and moral.

In these pages we will not deal judo from a technical perspective, ma solamente dello spirit filosofico e del senso più profondo che c’è dietro tale disciplina, at least according to the aspirations of the founder Used Kano.
Spendiamo due words sulle origini del judo. Judo was founded by jujutsu (in Italy they are also used terms Jujitsu is ju-jitsu). Two legends are told about the origin of ju-jitsu.

La prima racconta che fu un uomo di nome Chen Yaun Ping to bring in Japan martial techniques of China. After, tre samurai ronin (that is, without a master, and no fixed ties) They transformed the teachings of Chen Ping Yaun in jujitsu.
The second legend has it that a Japanese doctor named Akiyama Shirobei si recò in China per studiare lo stile marziale hakuda e al suo ritorno in Giappone concepì il ju-jitsu.
Finally, some say, come Jigoro Kano, the ju-jitsu was born in Japan itself.
Whether or not an invention autochthonous, il Ju-jitsu prende comunque in prestito e assorbe i principi cardine di una philosophy Chinese, quella del Taoism.

The first principle of Taoism permeating the jujitsu is as follows:

What you want to contract you must first expand,
what you want to weaken you must first strengthen,
You need to break down what you want to enhance,
what you want to take before you give.
This is called "subtle vision".

The soft and weak overwhelm the hard and strong.
Fish can not leave deep waters.
The state should not flaunt their weapons.
Laos Tse (Laos Tsu) – Tao te Ching

The infatti può be tradotto come pliability, softness, docility, weakness.
In prima istanza uno dei principi cardine della philosophy del “ju” è quello della cedevolezza che vince la force (ju yoku go o seisu in giapponese). In line with the teaching of Taoism "what you want to contract you must first expand" the weak can defeat the strong. That, at a deeper level, is the belief that everything turns necessarily into its opposite. The principles of yin and yan say that white becomes black, and black becomes white. So if you want to win just follow the incessant flow of transforming reality, so also the strong becomes weak and vice versa. in essence, ciò che in appearance è più forte, se riusciamo a ritorcergli contro la sua stessa force lanciata contro di noi, It can become the weak, colui che subisce quella force che egli stesso aveva generato.

actually, warns Kano, the principle of compliance is a corollary of the fundamental principle of judo is that of 'use energy as efficiently as possible ( Seiryo of Saizen katsuyo ).
To harness the energy need be as the water: adaptable, perseverant, deformabili ma forti allo stesso time.

Niente esiste al world più adattabile dell’acqua. And yet when it falls on the ground, persisting, niente può be più forte di lei.
The best of men is like water.
Laos Tse (Laos Tsu) – Tao te Ching

Questo principio è spiegato anche da Bruce Lee in diverse occasioni ( Intervista Bruce LeeFilm Bruce Lee )

Be like water, friend my

“Svuota la tua mind. Be formless. without limits, as the water.
If you put water into a cup, the water becomes cup.
If you put it in a bottle, it becomes the bottle.
In a teapot, it becomes the teapot.
The water can flow, or break.
Be like water, friend mio.”
Bruce Lee

The guiding principle of judo è qundi applicare l’energia fisica e mentale con la massima efficacia e per ottenere questo risultato occorre be adaptable, Flexible.
You can not get the maximum efficiency if you do not learn to use the energy in the best way. The difficulty is that there are no set patterns but each situation requires rapid assessment and the choice of the "move" better to be adopted. Questo principio non si applica solo alle martial arts, ma alla life in general: per raggiungere i propri obbiettivi e per avere una life armoniosa e felice è necessario fare il miglior uso dell’energia.

Il Judo e la philosophy of martial arts last edit: Saturday,24 May 17:06, 2014 the nabladue

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