Having said that, I have read this book 5 times and learned new things each time.
For those of you who aren't interested in the esoteric hoopla, the anecdotes he uses to convey his messages are often very entertaining.
Morris takes the reader on a journey of spiritual insight that is rich with his learnings, philosophies, and experiences.
First of all, this is a super-dense Koga scroll. Second of all, this book is a trap. A trap means it is meant to be read rather
than practiced. Read more
I read this book and its two sequels. As indicated by other reviewers, this book is not a manual, but a story of one man's journey and experiences. Read morePublished 9 months ago by warlord
True and honet account of one mans development. Excellent road map for anyone willing to, and strong enough to follow.Published 10 months ago by James Skeggs
Path Notes of An American Ninja Master is one of the best books i have ever read! I couldnt put it down and had to read the book more than once. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Tim Crow
I just finished reading Dr. Glenn Morris's trilogy--Path Notes of an American Ninja Master; Shadow Strategies of an American Ninja Master; and Martial Arts Madness: A Users Guide... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Tim A. Storlie
Excellent book on the esoteric side of Martial arts, i recommend it to all serious spiritual seekers. Not just for Ninjutsu practicioners.Published 18 months ago by Igor Vitorovic
Dr. Morris provides a laic and slightly eccentric look into the spiritual side of the martial arts. If you are starting to look into the benefits of meditation or to try to gain a... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Sean Smith
This may or may not be my favorite book of all time (depends on how I'm feeling the day you ask)... but it is easily in the top ten. Read morePublished 19 months ago by Benjamin Langley
What other reviewers have said about the title is true. It would be accurate to call this book something like "Path Note of an American Eclectic", but the official title is just as... Read morePublished on December 20, 2010 by Checkhands