The 5 Ethics of the Martial Arts

The traditional 5 ethics of the martial arts / Bujutsu is known as the “Dojo Kun” and in many western dojos it is known as the students creed.

The 5 Ethics are the cornerstone of martial training and can be used as a template from which to begin your training.

The 5 Ethics are:

To strive for the perfection of character,
To follow the path of truth,
To foster a spirit of effort,
To honour the principles of etiquette,
and to guard against impetuous courage.

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Rokkon Shojo Haraikotoba

The eyes see many kinds of dirt, but the mind/heart does not see any.
The ears hear many kinds of dirt, but the mind/heart does not hear any.
The nose smells many kinds of dirt, but the mind/heart does not smell any.
The mouth talks many kinds of dirt, but the mind/heart does not talk any.
The body touches many kinds of dirt, but the mind/heart does not touch any.
The mind thinks many kinds of dirt, but the mind/heart does not think any.

The Mantra of the 6 Roots of Shugendo Purification

Ninjutsu

Ninjutsu is not something that should be used for personal desires.

It is something that should be used when no other choice is available,
for the sake of ones country,
for the sake of one’s lord,
or to escape personal danger.

If one deliberately uses it for the sake of personal desires,
the techniques will indeed fail totally.

Momochi Sandayu – Soke Iga Ryu Karate, Koto Ryu Koppojutsu