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Re: Short image film about our dojo and our art
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Hi Philip,

I found it yesterday on the net - great job! It is awesome... congratulations.

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Posted on: 2011/9/7 21:00
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Re: adelaide aus dojos?
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What about Shihan Ed Lomax: http://www.bujinkanadelaide.org.au

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Posted on: 2009/11/9 4:00
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Re: A nice little test: which the majority fail
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Had three right and one wrong...

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Posted on: 2009/10/26 18:01
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Re: Is Bujinkan’s credibility eroding?
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I doubt that anything could be done! People in general tend to believe in negativity rather than positivity - so: if there are negative aspect floating around on the Internet, what could be done? Yes - we could try to "publish" a positive view of the Bujinkan, but who would believe it, unless people gear up and go to a dojo? Nobody... and it would just look like a defensive action.

The ones who are really interested just show up for training - the rest not.

I agree that it is sad if talented and interested people do not give it a try because of the critics on the net, but I think that's the reality of the Internet...

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Posted on: 2009/9/25 18:49
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Re: Is Bujinkan’s credibility eroding?
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I have also noticed criticisms as described above all over the world and some possible causes have already been mentioned above.

One point that caught my attention - in particular in message board discussions - is that in many cases, people that have been training in the Bujinkan for a limited period of time are the ones who are triggering negative threads on our art and they are the ones who keep them "alive", I get the impression that they are acting this way as revenge.

I would lie if I would state that I do not care about such criticisms, but meanwhile, I see all of this much more relaxed than I used to. I pretty much become aware that everyone of us has to walk his / her own paths and that "external influences" (no matter if positive or negative) do not really matter... this sometimes may sound like "warrior romance" but I believe that this is the way at least I have to go - also in order to cope with videos / discussions linked above.

Just my 2 cents...

Posted on: 2009/9/25 17:28
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Re: Bujinkiden
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I do not know the energy method, but David Heald is a hell of an instructor - I can recommend him by all means.

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Posted on: 2009/7/27 3:33
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Re: Tenchijin Bujinkan
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Hi Jay,

in case you need some info on seminars in Germany, please feel free to contact me. I think I could help you with this.

Just drop a line to: info[at]bujinkan-muenchen.de

Regards from Bavaria (actually the "heart and soul" of Germany ),

Stefan

Posted on: 2009/3/18 2:50
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Re: Where do we want to go
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True Papa-san...

Someone told me: "you are free to take your own decisions, but be prepared to accept the consequences - positive or negative" - you remember...?

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Posted on: 2009/1/10 17:27
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Re: Where do we want to go
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Just a sidenote to what Papa-san said about "German majority putting AH to power" - i fear that this was a more complex process. In order to understand how this could ever happen, one must also consider the social and economic circumstances at that time. People were poor and had the feeling of being treated "unfair" after WW1 and therefore open to anybody who promised them better living conditions. That was the ground for AH´s terrible rise to power and I think a similar situation applies to Gaza - people have been suffering for so long and tried "new ways" to make life better - but eventually made things worse.

All I´m saying is that there is a difference between elections in wealthy countries like the US, France, Germany, etc. and special rules for "poor" / suffering ones...

Just my 2 cents....

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Posted on: 2009/1/10 6:47
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Re: Training in France
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If you are in Paris, go and visit Arnaud Cousergue.

You can find more information on his website: http://www.bujinkan-france.net


Posted on: 2008/4/27 6:11
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