Volume 6 / Issue 1 SPRING 2020

S p i r i t ua l i t y S t u d i e s 6 - 1 S p r i n g 2 0 2 0 6 1 Antonio Terrone 11. There is a saying: “If we sit for one minute, We will be buddhas for one minute” Likewise, budois its practice. When performing and practicingbudo, the mind should not focus on the end result. The mind should be free and unstoppable, wholeheartedly empty. Your mind, body, and movements are free and unbroken. This is the essence ofbudo. 12. The adepts who study the Ways perfect the path, they do not rush to the destination. This is true for the calligrapher, the meditator, the tea master, and thebudōka . There is no difference between action and result. The nature of the flow lies in the moon in the river. A reflection on the mirror of the empty mind— as it is.