Who am I? What is this place? Who is number one?
I know, it’s an odd question, but bear with me. The humble sink plunger is in some ways the perfect metaphor for Shorinji Kempo.
What is the gift you will give yourself today?
When is the best time to attack?
I found this book in the library, and I was drawn in by the contents page, which spans large swathes of history and seemed to be quite comprehensive.
From the Edge of Humanity Magazine, a book review relevant to us all.
Do ten lessons make you a ninja? Are all martial arts the same?
Like many martial arts, in Shorinji Kempo we have a lot of specialised vocabulary. Much of our vocab is in Japanese.
This helpful list will get you started, but don’t try to memorise it all at once!
This is an excellent viewpoint on what it means to progress in any martial art. What does it take to become a black belt in Bujinkan Taijutsu? via Black Belt Testing — The Thoughtful Ninja
In Shorinji Kempo there are four main methods of training. You won’t usually see all of them in any one session, but if you progress past white belt then you’ll definitely get to experience them all.