Legendary 17th century swordsman Miyamoto Musashi’s exposition of sword fighting, strategy and Zen philosophy. Required reading for any martial artist, business person or student of strategy. Includes the one hour Zen inspired soundtrack The Mysterious Sound of Wind in the Bamboo. Performed on authentic Japanese instruments.
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I love reading .... And now listening to audiobooks!,,
The books is mainly devoted to warriors however I found some concepts useful to design our strategy in daily life. Some philosophical concepts
Duty- Honor- Loyalty
I have read this before so knew what to expect. Listen/read with an open mind.
He has the a good voice for narration
I think this is very distilled knowledge. Something that needs to be listened to and read a few times to get the full effect. The only annoying thing was the interval music.
The History, and the knowlege of the best sowrdman in Japan
Excelent for the people that knows martial arts, and spiritual way...
Great way to read great books on the go. Love Sci Fi especially Orson Scott Card and Star Wars.
I was not as pleased with this book as I had inticipated. The platitudes are very brief and in an audio format it would take severl listens in avery controlled setting to see benefit from its contents.
Personaly, that I do not have the time or focus to be a master of the sword as I can not devote the time he suggests.
His performance was decent, but a little dry.
It was good to have listened so that I know what its' contents are.
I would probably prefer to get this book in printed format.
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