Osho Garden Peace Corps

The ancient Chinese Tao masters developed special methods to train strength and balance, we call them Martial Arts. In fighting they are aimed at self-defense, or even avoidance of the need to fight. Almost 2000 years ago Sun-Tzu wrote in his famous book The Art of War, studied by generals onto this day: ‘One hundred victories in one hundred battles is not the most skillful. Seizing the enemy without fighting is the most skillful.’ How? By being wise, smart and strong. If you are wise you don’t want to get into a fight since everyone looses. If you are strong everybody will respect you and think twice about attacking. And if you are smart you can find many ways to fool your enemy and divert his energy to your advantage. Master Da, casually balanced above the beams of our new barn roof in this picture started teaching us, sharing some of his powerful secrets. Doesn’t Nils look like he is already flying? They call it playing with the clouds.


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