The understanding of peace
The body becomes fit. It feels less pain.
The body is at peace.
The fitness of the body requires less from the mind. The mind is now free to focus.
The mind is at peace.
The warriors body responds well, it is well tuned and conditioned. Muscle memory is well established throughout the body. The body reacts instinctively with speed, accuracy, and strength.
The mind is free. It has time to plan. It can adjust time if needed, by controlling speed and distance. It is a defining advantage.
This gives the warrior confidence, pride, and heart. These emotions control fear, and the warrior feels no fear of his enemy. He has won the battle before even striking a blow.
The warrior is at peace.” Sifu Richard Brown
For those keeping up, I’ve started a new page series called “Tactical Applications.” Hopefully, upon completion, this series will serve to provide an in-depth, comprehensive syllabus for Policetac, our students, and our readers the concepts and uses of practical, modern, and effective tactical applications based in Wing Chun Kung Fu.
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