Bow to Life: 365 Secrets from the Martial Arts for Daily Life by Joseph Cardillo, Joe Cardillo |, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Bow to Life: 365 Secrets from the Martial Arts for Daily Life

Bow to Life: 365 Secrets from the Martial Arts for Daily Life

by Joseph Cardillo, Joe Cardillo
     
 

Rooted in the ancient traditions of martial arts, Bow to Life explores personal growth and spirituality through the practical realm, offering a remarkable new tool for everyday self improvement of mind and body. Author Joseph Cardillo — a master of five martial arts, an authority on martial philosophy and psychology, and the author of Be Like Water —

Overview


Rooted in the ancient traditions of martial arts, Bow to Life explores personal growth and spirituality through the practical realm, offering a remarkable new tool for everyday self improvement of mind and body. Author Joseph Cardillo — a master of five martial arts, an authority on martial philosophy and psychology, and the author of Be Like Water — describes how one can tap into tremendous inner power and achieve successes wherever one wishes — from dealing with relationships, family life, and the work world to managing emotional and health issues. His approach is distinctively nonviolent, based on the martial arts concepts of self-discovery, inner strength, and spiritual enlightenment. The focus is on creating one's own destiny from within, seeking one's own path rather than relying on pressure from society and other less genuine outside forces.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781569243084
Publisher:
Da Capo Press
Publication date:
05/28/2006
Pages:
372
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.10(h) x 1.10(d)

Meet the Author


Joseph Cardillo has held the post of head advisor and instructor for the Hudson Valley Community College Martial Arts Club for over a decade. He is a black belt martial arts expert and longtime practitioner of several martial arts including Kenpo Karate, Wing Chun Kung Fu, Tai Chi Chuan, Kali, and Dumog. As a writer, he has taught creative writing for twenty-three years at several colleges, including the University of Albany, where he served as visiting professor in the School of Educational Theory and Practice. At present, he is a full professor of English and Creative Writing at Hudson Valley Community College of the State University of New York. He travels around the country regularly, giving seminars and workshops based on his writings.

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