Reading a few books by samurai there was one thing I saw repeated again and again and again that surprised me.
What did so many of history’s greatest warriors stress as key to success and optimal performance?
And it wasn’t one random samurai mentioning it off the cuff.
We’re talking about some of the greatest samurai who ever lived writing about it over and over for five hundred years:
Shiba Yoshimasa (1349-1410):
For warriors in particular, if you calm your own mind and discern the inner minds of others, that may be called the foremost art of war.
Suzuki Shosan (1579-1655):
When you manage to overcome your own mind, you overcome myriad concerns, rise above all things, and are free. When you are overcome by your own…
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