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Re: a newbie arrives tho an old hand i am...or was.
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...so ... how is it now, your training?

Posted on: 2016/11/2 22:00
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Re: New book by Kacem
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tnx for you information! Does any one have information regarding this then?

Posted on: 2009/1/28 1:27
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Re: New book by Kacem
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hello there,

I'm sorry to bother you, but can any one give me specific information about Kacem's own dojo in France? there's no information available about this whatso ever...

Posted on: 2009/1/27 19:51
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Re: Practice Vs Training - article
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Im sorry, but I'm being asked to fill out an password? Can any one help me with this? Thanks!

Posted on: 2009/1/27 19:42
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Re: China kung fu monks seek apology for ninja affront
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is it possible to find sum info regarding Takamatsu sensei's journey and staying in China? From what I heard, it brought al kinds of new ideas and viewing angles to Takamatsu sensei's thoughts on the martial wayz...knowing posting this kind of info here can be a little dangerous ( see this post's origin ) feel free to pm me...Thanks a lot

Posted on: 2007/10/13 4:09
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Re: Other Shihan's who give training at the Hombu
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Thank you all, I have posted this less then a week ago, and already found numberous people who've informed me with more then enough info on what I was looking for.

Domo arigato gozaimasu every one! ~

Posted on: 2007/6/25 18:00
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Re: Getting in better physical condition
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Hi Tsunade-sama

This is a great help for my training, thank you for posting it

greetz, Murat

Posted on: 2007/6/22 20:47
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Other Shihan's who give training at the Hombu
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Hello there,

I recently posted that I was going to Japan in May/June, but I've delayed my trip to the 24th of august, and will be staying there till the 7th of september...
A humble request for any one who has been training at the Hombu; is there information available on the internet about all the other classes of the Hombu dojo, than just that of Hatsumi Sensei? Cause I've heard that there supposed to be training there at least twice a day, but I've looked and googled every where on the internet, but without results.
I'm planning to stay for two weeks and am going alone, so I want to get the best out of my staying there.
Lots a thanks in advance for sharing any info on this subject...

Greetz, Murat Nur

Posted on: 2007/6/22 3:47
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Re: Plateaus in Training,
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hm... I must agree with Yamazu ( no pun whatsoever though) about what the message in this essay would be...it seems that you do have something you want to make clear, but instead of writing it in plain and simple english, it's more like I'm reading a couple a quatres from Nostradamus..dont get me wrong; I think I've grasped some of what you are trying to tell, but the internet forum isnt a place for these kind a things I think, people want to browse quickly in search for answers of already in their heads existing questions...and you gave this here without a question that was asked in the first place, most people would only stop reading at the second alinea, to continue to browse through the other topics..

and than there's the thing that mostly what I've read is second hand info from Soke's publication's.. just be happy and don't get yourself so in the open my friend....who ever you are

sayonara

Posted on: 2007/4/18 19:54
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Re: Hoko no Kamae
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I´ve been told by a relyable source that the most important thing about kamae is the feeling that it brings up in the practisioner´s additude, rather than the meaning of the name of it, or anything else..and that this over the past years has been given less and less attention to.. it´s just a thought that came to memory again when I read this topic globaly..

in addition to that, from what I read here I can assume that it can direct your additude a couple a wayz, from my point a view that is.. either I could feel like ¨what ever comes in my way, I WILL deal with it¨ in a ´ka´kind of way..or in a `ku`kind of way....just my thoughts, dunnow if it brings any feeding to this topic though

Posted on: 2007/4/18 6:42
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