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Re: Ninniku Seishin
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What I'm getting from his question is that he's interested in the history of such things, not in how they are used in Bujinkan now, but more how they came to be used. I don't know the answer to his question, so I will not go into that.

I really don't think he's asking if he should use them, or how he should use them, but how they came to be.

I could, of course, be totally wrong, though.

Posted on: 2006/7/5 2:22
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Re: Bujin Wiki Open
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I'm getting the same error:


Sorry, you don't have the permission to access this area.

If the page does not automatically reload, please click here
Hosted in Chiba, Japan by a Canadian Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu addict.

Then it redirects me to Kutaki's front page.

Koree

Posted on: 2006/6/13 21:17
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Re: Your Pre-Bujinkan training.
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I also had no training at all before Bujinkan.

Posted on: 2006/6/13 3:30
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Re: First class of the year. Some thoughts.
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Koree wrote:
I missed that. My mistake.

Thanks for welcoming me. It was my first post, lighten up.

I was just trying to answer the guy's question a little bit.

My most sincere apologies. I won't post in this thread anymore.

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Nevermind. I think I read more into the above post than I should have. I thought I was being told not to post anymore.

My apologies. Feel free to delete these posts as they don't facilitate any discussion on this issue.

Koree

Posted on: 2006/1/12 1:14
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Re: First class of the year. Some thoughts.
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I missed that. My mistake.

Thanks for welcoming me. It was my first post, lighten up.

I was just trying to answer the guy's question a little bit.

My most sincere apologies. I won't post in this thread anymore.

Koree

Posted on: 2006/1/12 1:05
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Re: First class of the year. Some thoughts.
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PU_Oseike wrote:
Nice quotes. Gives me something to think about. ^__^

I'm pretty new to the Bujinkan (started beginning of the school year in September), so I don't know a lot about the different schools. Since the theme of this thread seems to be the Shindenfudo-ryu - would any of you mind explaining a bit about what this school is like? I know "shin" can be translated as "heart" (among other things) and "fudo" as "immovable", but overall what does that mean? Can any of you describe what the school is about? I'd really like to know a bit what I'm supposed to be learning, like things about the freedom of kamae in this school, mentioned in the first quote.

Thanks! Sorry if I should have started a new thread with this...


I agree with everyone else. I'm fairly new myself, and this school looks to be a bit advanced for my level of ukemi. As I understand it, this school includes throws from which the opponent is not meant to get up. So, if you don't have decent ukemi already, you may not get up either :D However, if you're looking for historical information on the school, there is some floating around the net:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shinden_Fudo_Ryu

Posted on: 2006/1/12 0:45
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