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Re: Principles
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yes...and more

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Re: Principles
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Not quite what I was looking for

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Re: Principles
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priciples of taijutsu is the theme of comments here, I interested in the principles of ninjutsu, ie, those that relate to heaven, or the universe.

I am finding a few instances of japanese subjectivity.
Things that are not, as far as I can see, universal truths.
Does anybody have any experience separating these from the truly useful, it can be a complicated topic, without having to censor.
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Posted on: 2014/3/23 12:01
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Re: Home Project: Shadowbox
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I collate a scrapbook, with all that I know

Posted on: 2014/3/23 11:40
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Re: "us" and "them"
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I think that the difference between healthy and positive competition and destructive and negative competition lies within the individuals ability to be unaffected by others, to be one within the self. If you are one within the self and unaffected by others own paths and perceptions, you can choose to compete for the practical positive benefits, without and negative energy entering your equation unintentionally.

Posted on: 2014/3/23 11:37
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Re: The man in the mist
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Posted on: 2014/3/18 11:41
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Re: New student requesting some information.
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Thanks for your reply Darren, I agree with you between the difference of violence and a fighting to win scenario, though I think you misinterpreted my point.

I was merely suggesting that it is possible that one could have no choice but to fight in a violent scenario, and the attacker could be using mma techniques as his weapon. In this scenario I would expect a well rounded ninja to be well equipped to handle him/her self.

I'm not interested in debating the best fighting style I assure you. I'm more than familiar with life threatening violence, and I am definitely not trying to get myself killed.
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Posted on: 2014/3/13 11:52
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Re: New student requesting some information.
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Thanks for your reply graham, I have considered this before, and am again now, though there are some heavy negatives associated with going further than 6 weeks.

Posted on: 2014/3/13 11:37
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Re: New student requesting some information.
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I just thought of that too. Thankyou. Does anyone know of training facilities that let you do days, weeks ect. preferably in the bush with stealth training, obstacle courses and all that outdoor practical stuff ?
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Posted on: 2014/3/12 15:49
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Re: New student requesting some information.
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Why do you consider mma to be such a different context to real life fights ?

Okay, there are a few rules and gloves, but, it is well within scope of possibilities that you could be cornered, perhaps by an mma fighter, with no else around, in a space about the size of an mma ring. They might not have intent to kill, but to beat you stupid.Much like an mma fight.

In this scenario, should not such a holistic martial art such as ninjutsu be well within its element. What of the ninja who finds himself cornered by the enemy without weapons, perhaps they have all broken, been used.

Beyond the fact a ninja can incorporate any fighting moves, including mma, why do you proclaim this to be comparing to different things.

There have also been ninjutsu in the mma.

And many a street thug is from an mma back ground these days.

Sincerely


Posted on: 2014/3/12 14:25
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