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Re: Buji Rules?

Subject: Re: Buji Rules?
by noname on 2008/12/17 5:38:19

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JanRa wrote:
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noname wrote:
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JanRa wrote:
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noname wrote:
Takamatsu sensei trained under more than one master.

Hatsumi sensei trained under more than one master.


....what does this tell us?


Watch the Quest DVD about Takamatsu Sensei....




I think I know what you are talking about.....when Hatsumi sensei says that he felt that all his time with other teachers was wasted......What if Hatsumi sensei had said to himself: "Out of respect for my other teachers I will not go out and train with this Mr. Takamatsu." ?........to me that sort of puts things in a new light......



No new light. He chose one teacher... I don't waiste time with the what if games... chaos makes it too complicated.



He chose one teacher after having trained with many teachers.



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Nodakko wrote:

If you train in the Bujinkan you are not allowed to train in the Jinenkan at all. If you feel you have the "right" to train with both you don't.



Says who? You?


Says any bujinkan member living in Japan or travelling there regularly.

Take care,

Jan



Why do you suppose that is?
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