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Re: Bujinkan Gold Medal
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Re: Bujin graphic for Business cards
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I recall that if you use the way it is used in the patch, then that is copyrighted. I take it to mean the way the Kanji's are written, the shape, the colors... Well, you know, the way the patch is.

Posted on: 2014/9/22 4:47
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Re: The many spam posts
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Another wave hit the Ryu-ha Specific -section, but they've been now dealt with appropriately.

Posted on: 2014/7/22 17:29
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Re: The many spam posts
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Ryu-ha Specific got hit last night proper for the first time, spam cleared.

Posted on: 2014/7/18 13:26
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Re: The many spam posts
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One wave washed by, another one hits the Kutaki shore.

Too bad they don't post on my moderable area more, but everywhere else, it seems, I have only removed a couple from the "Ryu-ha" section.


Posted on: 2014/7/8 3:20
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Re: Ryu-ha or not so much?
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So,

As a teacher of students new to the Bujinkan, when do you introduce them to the various school? When do you have them take a school through the school with the Kata in order? At what time should they be able to tell you the names of all 9 Ryu?

Marty


Well, looking from the way I see things... in the class one, as everything comes from the schools. Kihon Happo and Gogyo no kata come from Gyokko-ryu, right?

The way my training is normally organized is that I am going through the schools forms in order. But I don't demand the students to remember the names, or the forms, of the top of their heads, simply propose they make good notes passing on to them what has been passed on to me.

I feel that knowing the names is not so needed until you start to teach the traditions... but if you start studying those then you might be in a rush to get it. Bit by bit may be more smart way to do it. But, then, not everyone wants to be a teacher, or even needs to become one. Teaching is not for everyone, and training is more important anyway.

Posted on: 2014/5/29 16:40
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Re: Ryu-ha or not so much?
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Well gentlemen, on that issue we do all agree! I do not see a time when I will not also still be learning this art! It is so huge in its scope and so adaptable to any situation that continued study and learning are a given.


On this I'm sure everyone agrees, maybe even those that quit, as it might seem a bit overwhelming with no end in sight.

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I look at kata as having only one purpose, that of transmitting in a visual active manner a basic and important principle of movement.


Make that multiple in a Kata and I agree.

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I see our art as principle based, it is NOT just a collection of kata to be learned and catalogued. I don't agree with either kata or technique collection and memorization.


Again, agree. The outer form of any Kata is the beginning, the crude way, or the worst way (or a question instead of an answer as it's been described). And even in Japan we see teachers taking out their Densho and read the form from there (and then do it different from last time ).

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What I do think is primary is that we understand the principle upon which that kata or movement is based.


And that has been inserted in the form, to let us learn it in a manageable manner, I'd say. Though, there is the danger of getting lost in the woods (kata) for all the trees (waza) that we see... Or get lost in the school for all the Kata we see...

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When we understand those basic principles we have the tools to adapt to any situation. That is what I feel is important. We need to reach the point where there are a thousand changes and we get no surprises. We just adapt to what is needed and can do this because those basic principles of movement are as ingrained, so natural to us that we just 'do it'. The term muscle memory is as close as I can come to describing what I mean.


This is what I see the forms teaching, especially if you look at a school; they teach more "many ways of doing few things" than "few ways of doing many things". The same things are repeated over and over, driving these into the spine, where they can then emerge upon need of the situation.

And, as we already have these forms kindly gathered by generations past we don't need to come up with new ways to start teaching those points. Though, as we move along we may come accross additional ways to drive those points in...

Until finally we are able to do what is needed, "take" the Waza out of our repertoire, catch the moment and give the Uke what they ask for.

Learn... study... integrate...

Posted on: 2014/5/28 18:52
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Re: Ryu-ha or not so much?
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I see that everything we have comes from the different schools, so... yes, they are important. If for nothing else but a atarting point for your Shu-Ha-Ri studycycle.

Also I've come to see that learning atleast something from the schools way of doing things tends to help one do the forms of the schools.

Posted on: 2014/5/24 20:03
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Re: Takagi Wazas in Video, not Book
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As for Sakate nage;

中伝之捌型 Chūden no Sabaki Gata – middle transmission angling forms

逆手投 Gyakute Nage – hand reversal throw

(Source; http://bujinshugyo.wordpress.com/buji ... gi-yoshin-ryu-jutaijutsu/)

Posted on: 2014/4/3 14:56
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Re: Principles
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Not quite what I was looking for


Now that you mention it... are you sure you are looking for what Bujinkan Dojo has to offer?

Posted on: 2014/3/29 15:19
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