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question: The importance of rankes
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I'm trainning more than 16 years. Have brown belt in jujutsu ("Robert Klark JuJutsu: wjjf) and 4th dan in budo-taijutsu. It's a long time that I have that feeling, but now it's stronger than ever: I don't have respect to "belts" (you know, all that renks system...). I can't see the importance of such a thing. I think that, actually, the rank system just causes failures in "the real life".
What's your opinions about my thoughts and about the ranking system?

Posted on: 2005/9/27 6:09
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Re: A membership...
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I tend to accept with Jay:
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JayCr wrote:

is there a system to find out someone's true credentials? I like that many people here post with their personal stories about their experiences with others. is there more than this somewhere?

people might say that if a person's skill is good, then their paper membership card doesn't matter. I agree. and if a student is researching a teachers credentails for any reason, they should be able to find out the truth from an independent source. agree?


thanks!
Jay Crawford


Regarding his last paragraph, I'd like to raise a question: How can I wknow, from teacher/someone's work if he have "the Bujinkan Soul" (if there's something like "Bujinkan soul")...?

Thanks a lot and feel well!



Posted on: 2005/6/13 21:12
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Re: knowing someone else
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I think that "knowing someone" comes from the heart, not from the mind. Details are the colors of the picture.

Posted on: 2005/6/13 5:21
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Re: Danny Waxman's site
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danny's site is: www.zenki.com. it maintained by his student Ofer Cohen, 6th Dan.
You're all welcome visiting the site.

Posted on: 2005/6/12 0:51
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Re: A membership...
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I c u know hime better then me! (I intend to his wife's name...).




By the way: how do I post icons and quots in my anwers?

Posted on: 2005/6/11 15:34
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Re: A membership...
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Sorry, it really doesn't matter. After I posted my question I regreted, but coudn't change it (I tried, but it looks like I didn't succeed).

It doesn't matter what he's doing, I just like it!! (actually, I think it depends on my self whether I'll do ninjutsu/budo-taujutsu or not...).

Be well!

Posted on: 2005/6/11 9:09
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Re: A membership...
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Wilf, in fact, for my opinion, a membership (doesn't matter where) is just a piece of paper! it doesn't say enything about the person.
As for Kasatiel (he refused us to call him "sensei"): as I wrot before - he's amazing, a lot of knowledge and very impressing fighting skils. But, as a person with some experience in JuJutsu (10 years) and a bit in Ninjutsu (about 6 years) - his work is a little bit "strange" for me: it doesn't "feel" and "look" as the BudoTaijutsu I saw at other teachers works (ex: Sveneric senei, Moty Native, and more).

I must make it clear: I love Moshe Kastiel, and I love his work, but I'm curiouse to know if we're doing Ninjutsu/Budo-Taijutsu or not?

Posted on: 2005/6/10 9:13
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Re: Information on Danny Waxman
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I'm a Danny Waxman's student since 1999. He teaches Zen, Let-Go Judu & Ninjutsu here in Israel.
He's giant!. Just giant! no words to describe...

Posted on: 2005/6/9 16:29
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I can't understand the fears
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Sorry, Wilf, I can't see here any problem. The answer shouldn't be the kind of "good/bad", but of "yes/no". It's an answer deels with facts, not opinions...

Any-way, Nili posed the question on behalf of group of peoples who'd liked to train for the first time under shihan Kastiel. Now, we're after few trinings with him and the answer is no more so important: The man is amazing!!

God bless us all!

Posted on: 2005/6/9 16:07
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