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Karate and Emotional Intelligence

The statement "Emotion is energy in motion" suggests that emotions are a form of energy that moves through us, rather than a static state. It implies that emotions are dynamic and constantly changing, and that they can affect us on a physical, mental, and emotional level.


Emotional intelligence is the ability to identify and manage our own emotions, as well as those of others. Emotional intelligence is important because it helps us develop strong relationships with family, friends, and colleagues. It also allows us to improve our ability to solve problems or make decisions in difficult situations.


In karate we often use "kihon" (basic) techniques for practice because they are simple and easy for everyone regardless of age or physical condition. However, if you want to develop your skills further then try using more advanced techniques from "kata" (forms). By doing so you will be able to improve both your physical strength while also increasing your emotional intelligence by learning how control yourself during stressful situations such as conflict resolution between two people who don't like each other very much!


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