Peace Dojo Member Christian Vanhenten’s book, “In Search of Martial Kindness,” originally published in French, is now available in English, thanks to AE Member and professional translator Ted Kendris.
The book, subtitled, “Discovering the Aiki Attitude for Everyday Life,” addresses the question: How can you live in peace while respecting others and also yourself? It incorporates lessons from Eastern thought, non-violent communication, and neuroscience-linguistic programming (NLP).
How can you live in peace while respecting others and also yourself? Many people try to live in keeping with their personal values of peace and harmony, but run up against a harsh world that sometimes sees the expression of kindness as a weakness. But you have to be strong to be kind. That is what In Search of Martial Kindness will show you.
As you read this book, you will discover the fundamentals of AikiCom, an approach that combines the principles and ethics of aikido.
You will learn:
- How AikiCom is a blend of physical and verbal approaches
- How AikiCom grew from the modeling of Aiki practice in Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP)
- How to apply Aiki in daily life and in your communication with others, whether you practice aikido or not
- How to apply Eastern thought to move from individualism to an interconnected view of the world
- How to become strong through centering and verticality
- How to receive the energy of your interactions with others in order to transform conflict into constructive dialogue.
In Search of Martial Kindness will set you on the path of kind and caring warriors who dare to experience the adventure of getting along with oneself and others.
“In Search of Martial Kindness” is available at AMAZON