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How to be a Modern Samurai: 10 Steps To Finding
How to be a Modern Samurai: 10 Steps To Finding

How to be a Modern Samurai: 10 Steps To Finding Your Power & Achieving Success

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About How To Be A Modern Samurai: 10 Steps To Finding

Product Description The first guide to using samurai self-discipline, focus and determination in order to find your unique inner power and be a success in your chosen field. This inspiring book offers historically authentic and highly effective mind-control and leadership techniques, as well as fun activities to bring a flavour of old Japan into your life. For centuries, the Japanese samurai were the unquestioned leaders of their society, maintaining their position through their iron will, Zen-like emotional control and clan-building social skills. Today, in a modern world that so often privileges instant gratification and self-indulgence, few commit to the Way of the Samurai, yet this challenging path of self-discipline, self-control and dedication will bring great rewards to those who follow it. In this ultimate guide to making use of the authentic samurai practices and techniques in today's world, learn how to control your mind and emotions, stay on the path until you have achieved mastery of your chosen art, build a network of loyal followers, defend your home from physical and psychic attack, use samurai spirituality and even magic - and much more. About the Author Antony Cummins is the author of Ninja Skills and The Ultimate Art of War, among many other books on the ways of the East. He is the leader of a project to resurrect the authentic Natori Ryu samurai school and provide the first English translations of their 17th-century training manuals. Find out more at: www.natori.co.uk