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Northstar Martial Arts | Spiritual Aspects of Martial Arts

Thursday, August 11th, 2016

There are many aspects of Northstar martial arts and the most common associated with it are self-defense and combative disciplines. For those who practice martial arts with competitive nature, they are more focused on the sports aspect of the martial arts. But among the many aspects, there’s also the spiritual aspects that are overlooked by the modern martial artists. Yes, behind the violence, there’s a spiritual side of martial arts

Taekwondo Northstar Martial Arts Sydney is a leading taekwondo academy that encourages martiaol artists to also practice the spiritual disciplines of martial arts and not only focus on the combative and sports aspect of it. More and more people are joining taekwondo martial arts training but not all of them understand the spiritual aspects behind it. That is why we are going to give you a little explanation about the spiritual aspects of martial arts.

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Here’s Northstar Martial Arts ‘ Spiritual Aspects of Martial Arts

  • Many people who are practicing martial arts have turned away from the traditional spiritual aspects of the various martial arts. But what they do not understand is the reason why such combative arts were taught alongside various spiritual disciplines. The reason behind this is to balance the violent nature of the martial arts with the spiritual principles. Yes, that’s right. Martial arts is not always about more on the physical side.
  • Martial arts in their very nature can be violent without the moral or spiritual philosophy. That is why religious based philosophies are created to add a moral side to the violence of a trained martial artist. Violence is not always the key, martial arts also has a soft side.
  • In Japan, The samurai lives behind the principle of Bushido. In Korea, there’s the Hwarang Philosophy. Those who are trained with the moral philosophies understands the need for a spiritual touchstone to balance the violent nature of martial arts. Unfortunately, in the modern days, such moral codes are slowly falling away.

Here at Taekwondo Sydney Northstar Martial Arts , we instill the moral philosophies in every training which helps our students understand not only the balance between violence and the spiritual aspects of martial arts. It is important to understand these two to become a better martial artist and improve one’s self. If you are able to master the balance, then you will definitely do great in your chosen martial arts field.

Want to learn more about martial arts techniques and moral philosophies? Train now at Taekwondo Northstar Martial Arts ! Call us at 0425324443!

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