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"Read not to contradict and confute; nor to believe and take for granted; nor to find talk and discourse; but to weigh and consider..." - Francis Bacon
Warning, Caveat and Note: The postings on this blog are my interpretation of readings, studies and experiences therefore errors and omissions are mine and mine alone. The content surrounding the extracts of books, see bibliography on this blog site, are also mine and mine alone therefore errors and omissions are also mine and mine alone and therefore why I highly recommended one read, study, research and fact find the material for clarity. My effort here is self-clarity toward a fuller understanding of the subject matter. See the bibliography for information on the books.
Note: I will endevor to provide a bibliography and italicize any direct quotes from the materials I use for this blog. If there are mistakes, errors, and/or omissions, I take full responsibility for them as they are mine and mine alone. If you find any mistakes, errors, and/or omissions please comment and let me know along with the correct information and/or sources.
Is there an end to learning about martial systems?
How would one find the continuance of learning martial systems? Simply through open-minded practice. If you allow for the concept and principle of dualistic monism, yin-in-yang principles, where one never achieves neutrality but rather rides the ebb and flow of yin-n-yang as things change, grow and achieve fluidity then the lessons will never, ever end.
If you are always allowing for greater quality through self-reflection then it never ends. If you are always allowing for a change in quantity toward knowledge then it never ends. If you are always allowing for a greater all encompassing structure to your practice, training and learning then it never ends. As long as you allow for changes within through its constituent yin and yang elements then it never ends.
I am just now finding after fifty-eight years of life that it never ends and the excitement of getting up to live life is that change is inevitable and I try to embrace it as a good thing leading to a greater understanding that all things are changing, impermanent and open.
If not for the principles that are the universe we would learn all there is to know in a short period and then the reason for life's many cycles would end and thus our existence. Existence is to find the question, answer the question and then live the question until living inspires a new question with a new answer and the cycle is never-ending, perpetual.
Here lies the lesson of martial system practice and training, to allow for a never-ending cycle that perpetuates upon itself from within each of us. Life therefore would never be boring but full of life's changes. A good thing I think. Therefore I am :-)
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