A WEALTH of content. And a wealth of ways to explore…
You can begin your journey by clicking on the image to the right, starting with our intro video if you haven’t yet seen it.Then, for other ways to navigate the site:
- Use the main menu at the top of each page
- Watch the site tour video
- See our Body Metaphor – a visual metaphor for the offerings of the website
- Find an explanation of our main model
- File through a master table of our content
- Peruse the full Site Map page, where 100% of the pages are listed in hierarchical order
- Use the search bar at the bottom of this page to query
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Navigating Within a Subject
Most subjects on the site are their own collection of pages. Some subjects even have sub-subjects!
Within each subject/section you’ll find a map to help you navigate through its material.
Here is an example from our section on Intentional Speech:
Aikido instructor George Leonard on mastery:
”How long will it take me to master Aikido?” a prospective student asks.
“How long do you expect to live?” is the only respectable response.
Ultimately, practice is the path of mastery. If you stay on it long enough, you’ll find it to be a vivid place, with its ups and downs, is challenges and comforts, its surprises, disappointments, and unconditional joys. You’ll take your share of bumps and bruises while traveling – bruises of the ego as well as of the body, mind and spirit – but it might well turn out to be the most reliable thing in your life. Then, too, it might eventually make you a winner in your chosen field, if that’s what you’re looking for, and then people will refer to you as a master. But that’s not really the point.
What is mastery? At the heart of it, mastery is practice. Mastery is staying on the path.” – from Mastery, by George Leonard