|Taekwondo Bible, Vol.2||
4-7. Right Method
In training it is the way of Tang to abandon the faulty method yet to adopt
the right one.
Since you have to do first what is important and later what is trivial you should practice first the basic and later the technique. And as it was said, ¡°the superior man does what is proper to the station in which he is; he does not desire to go beyond this,¡±1) this is the reason why you should do first what is close to your ordinary life while later what is far from it. And you have to seek your faults in training steadily and correct them according to the principles. This is the distinctive wisdom in training, namely, the meaning of Tang in Samjae.
The wisdom in training begins first by following correctly what you've learned,
and then it should advance to understanding what you haven't been told of yet
that you have to possess for acquisition of what you've learned, namely what
is not well seen nor well told of. At the end, it should reach the non-distinctive
you cannot follow correctly what you've learned despite your effort to do it,
it is because you have no idea about the formless factors that are not well
seen. You have to seek these formless factors along the ways of Samjae.
1) The Doctrine of the Mean, 14-01 ÏÖí áÈÐìêÈì»ú¼ ÜôêÃûºÐìèâ.