by Dr. Robert L. Akikta
Mushin is book that may help those to see how the state of your mind Mushin reflects on any part of your life regardless of being in the martial arts, in a school setting, at home, at work, or trying to understand yourself. Its a book that deals with deep reflection that might help you open your heart to receive new knowledge in a different way.
The philosophy is so different because it is coming from a martial art science approach that is new in mainstream society. Its demonstrating and illustrating how to, which in turn can be used as a tool that will help a person strengthen themselves regardless what area of their life.
If you are a person who is looking to grow and learn new things to better yourself, then Mushin will do that do that for you. Look beyond the martial arts because there is a martial artist in every one of us. Its just inside each of us waiting to come out.
About the Author
See it before you believe it is the mantra by which Dr. Robert Akikta lives. As the CEO and Founder of Power One Enterprises, Dr. Akikta prides himself on promoting both positive self-esteem and self-improvement. Robert was born and raised in Cincinnati, Ohio. Dr. Akikta is a graduate of both the University of Cincinnati and the University of Asian Arts, where he attended the School of Performing Arts.
Dr. Akikta is a certified martial arts teacher and Hall of Fame inductee. He provides martial arts services to adults and youth, in both school and group home settings, in the martial art called Bushido (the way of the warrior). It is a martial art that focuses on inner self-discipline. In 2009 he received the Master Instructor of the Year award from the Indiana Karate Hall of Fame and is a certified Fatherhood and Healthy Relationship trainer. He is endorsed by Cincinnati City Council and recognized by many local community leaders. Robert is well known among elite and average citizens, teachers, and students. His dedication to perfecting his art while mastering his emotions is a true sight to behold: See it before you believe it.
(2011, paperback, 90 pages)