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Shinshin-tōitsu-dō (心身統一道 lit. way of mind and body unification) was founded by Nakamura Tempu and is also known as Japanese Yoga. It is a study of the principles of nature and how they can be refined to help us realize the truths of nature and our full potentials.
Nakamura Tempu created his Japanese Yoga from a variation of Raja Yoga and Karma Yoga, with an emphasis on the latter, which he learned from his Indian teacher Kaliapa (also spelled Cariapa and Kariappa), who took him to Gorkhe, in eastern Nepal.
The goal of this way of mind and body unification is the free use of our mind and bodies and realize our true nature as human beings. We must be able to use our most fundamental tools (the mind and body) naturally, effectively and in coordination of each other to artistically express ourselves in life. Three elements that are key in this process are:
The teachings recognize four basic principles to unify mind and body (shin shin tōitsu no yondai gensoku):
According to the founder, humans need six qualities to express themselves in living.
|tai-ryoku (体力)||the power of the body||physical strength, health and endurance|
|tan-ryoku (胆力)||the power of courage|
|handan-ryoku (判断力)||the power of decision||good judgement|
|danko-ryoku (断行力)||the power of determination||willpower for resolute and decisive action|
|sei-ryoku (精力)||the power of vitality||energy or life power for endurance and perseverance|
|nō-ryoku (能力)||the power of ability||the capacity of wide ranging ability and dexterous action|
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