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Re: Please read this.
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In my opinion this is also part of the training: Learning not to say to much to soon.

It takes time to develop a warrior. There is no shortcut.

And there is much more to it than the body.

However: Keep going! Don’t look back, look ahead!

Posted on: 2004/10/12 2:30
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Re: Learning from each ryuha
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LionsRoar wrote:
For what it is worth, on his first visit to the US in 1982, Dr. Hatsumi taught Togaki Yoshin ryu. He also tossed in some odd stuff from Gyokko ryu but it was mostly Togaki Yoshin ryu. When I asked him about it at the 2002 Tai Kai he confirmed he had completed a 20 year "cycle"....whatever that meant.

Charles Daniel


Do you mean "Takagi Yoshin Ryu"?

(Personal question: Are you THE Charles Daniel who started out with Jack Hoban and Bud Malmstrom?)

Posted on: 2004/10/8 16:13
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Re: Very very sad...
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My deepest condolences to all.


(And sorry for being off topic; but please always quote the whole warrior creed (see below)!)

Wherever I go,
everyone is a little bit safer because I am there.

Wherever I am,
anyone in need has a friend.

Whenever I return home,
everyone is happy I am there.

THE WARRIOR CREED
By Robert L. Humphrey

Posted on: 2004/10/6 1:39
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Re: wise words
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Does the second one make any sence to you, because I am not shure at all. I only have the Roumaji.

The meaning should be something like "From this side there is not the first strike".

Posted on: 2004/10/4 22:25
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Re: wise words
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Really? ウーン /(-_-)\


Do you mean my first interpretation or my second one?

Posted on: 2004/10/4 22:21
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Re: wise words
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kukan_bujin wrote:

Ah, I found it:

It's Bufu ni sente nashi.

So I assume it's:
武風に先手なし


Hmm, that sounds strange.

Or maybe 武夫に先手なし

??? Does anyone know it?

Posted on: 2004/10/4 22:18
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Re: wise words
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Ah, I found it:

It's Bufu ni sente nashi.

So I assume it's:
武風に先手なし

Posted on: 2004/10/4 22:13
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Bushigokoro wo motte totoshi no nasu. Is this the correct version, I've seen also different versions with small differences.

What are the Kanji/Kana for it?

There is also another one I can't completly remember at the moment: Bufu ni sente...

How is the complete saying. What are the Kanji/Kana?

Thanks for your help

Posted on: 2004/10/4 21:57
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Re: Two types of training? Shinken and Friendly...
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I can give you some idea. There is a word for how to work on Kata in the densho of one ryu-ha which is taught in Bujinkan.

"Kata is the form, the most important point to practice it is correctly and without hurry."


Harada-sensei. Would you please tell us of which ryu-ha this statement is?

Thanks for your help.

Posted on: 2004/10/3 20:34
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Re: Looking for Suggestions
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Kuripot wrote:
I cant really see myself walking around with a nagita, bo, katana or hanbo if ever I get attacked.


The purpose for studying all the weapons is far more complex.

Taking the weapon with you that you have it if you are attacked is the most obvious thing.

However there are many ‘hidden’ reasons for learning all the weapons, may they be short or long, wood or iron, very old, old, new, ....

1) We learn handling weapons that you know how someone with such a weapon probably is going to attack, the distance he has with that weapon, ... (you learn how to counter someone who has a sword by learning how to use the sword (that’s of course only the first step))

2) After you’ve been attacked by one person with a weapon and you subdued him, there might be others attacking you and you can use the weapon which was initially used against you.

There’s much more to that. But I think you already know what I mean.

My tips: Keep going, respect your seniors, listen, evaluate and learn!

Posted on: 2004/9/28 0:49
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