7. Shu Ha Ri means: - Deepstash
7. Shu Ha Ri means:

7. Shu Ha Ri means:

This is a Japanese martial art concept and describes the stages of learning to mastery. The word shuhari roughly translates to "first learn, then detach, and finally transcend.". It is a way of thinking about how to learn and master a technique.


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