Mounted Archery = martial art tradition of Central European countries, eg Hungary, Bulgaria, Austria, Germany.
Now used in Hungary Arabian horses, males who have undergone special training (in fear) and have grown up on farms and stables, not the breed is called Sagyar is a fusion of Arabian horse native Hungarian horse traction (eg kryoaimou to cart or plow).
The Hungarians have a lot of tradition in this sport, as we Greeks have in football.
Great heroes of Hungarian history was Magyar, one of them was the notorious Attila the Hun, who came from a poor family of a small Hungarian district which oppressed by local rulers.
Attila was naturally very strong and trained in martial arts since childhood.
His brother, the youngest named Buddha who was a spiritual person and later became very qualities which is why the capital of Hungary called Pest-Buda.
Buddha by Buddha benefactor of the city who was inspired by San Stefano and Pest, which means work (Buddha also
It means home to home) The river Danube separates the two cities composing one of the most beautiful cities of Europe equally
In Paris, Budapest.
Principles of Archery
The teacher explained us and we explained again what we taught was stressing how important what we say in order to understand the immaterial – mental side of archery, this side is called archery Zen.
We always ask our needs and was kind, generous and magnanimous us.
I remember after each lesson at the end of the day we were all tired we sat in a circle around a fire, a table and we would ask one one our experiences from the day = what we learned, how we felt inside us and outside us, we listened all creating an a circular discussion with a rule not only interrupt when it is our turn.
Combining a) internal to the external side
The result c (a + b = c), these data are
ie both internal and external parties, eg mind and body balance = = Rhythm and Harmony (body and spirit)
It is somewhat difficult to explain but some pretty balanced person might understand more easily.
Harmony includes 3 factors +
1) Mind = record, read, process information
The mind is a result and a link of body and spirit, but should not be used for information because as a group are more numerous than can be recorded.
The mind of an adult human can record continuously for 4 seconds only this is very important to first contact.
One more baby and less of an animal.
The first impression is the most important, is the basis for the development of discrimination.
The distinction is the result of successive duplications and training, the work we do everyday with our body and spirit and is essential for our development but rather for the development of harmony.
The craftsmanship is the key to the balance of which Heracles into …