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Re: Another newb planning a trip to Japan
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Re: the trains I would try and get a suica card, you have to pay a 500 yen deposit but it saves a lot of hassle reading the prices for where you are going. You can put the card in your wallet and when you walk through the gates just touch your wallet to the suica pad and same when you walk back out.
I found having to find where I was on the train station map then working out where I was going to be the biggest hassel, not the trains themselves. Hope you have a good time.

Posted on: 2005/1/20 14:26
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Re: Randori
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Well I am sorry to have caused you to repeat yourself 3 mutha fn times, maybe I should be more specific. What is the name of your teacher in Bujinkan Dojos there in NZ?

Posted on: 2004/10/27 9:27
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Re: Randori
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So who is it that you train with Michael?

Posted on: 2004/10/26 11:56
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Re: Randori
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So is your point that randori provides this? I must say I am not an experienced judoka but of the people that I know very few get injured, none on a regular basis, which would indicate that the chances of great bodily harm are quite remote(if as you say randori makes up 90% of training).

The things you are talking about secondly I agree to some extent is not provided for in the average Bujinkan class, we train in a fairly relaxed manner most of the time and usually the people we train with are working to help us improve not to beat us down...however from time to time training does change.... Where do you train in NZ by the way?

I am not sure I get your point with thirdly? Randori in Judo deals with these things how?



Posted on: 2004/10/22 11:12
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Re: Projection
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Hi, I am not a gifted writer but thought I would add to some interesting reading. I started studying this stuff before I joined the Bujinkan around 12 years ago. Good beginning reading I think and an "as scientific as you are likely to find approach" is a book by Robert Monroe, I foget the title. Remote viewing was (I forget the guys name..maybe Swain?)another area that the CIA took a good look at.
Most of the people talking about astral projection these days define it a little more with the term OBE or Out of Body Experience. From what I gather lucid dreaming is a good way to get into it, you have to train yourself to remember your dreams and it goes from there. There are meditations you can get on line too. Most of these revolve around relaxing your body and becoming unconcious of it, feeling or hearing a vibration/humm...then lifting/falling out.
Anyway you can Google OBE and I am sure you will find heaps. You might have to wade through a fair amount of fantasy writers though.

Posted on: 2004/9/9 16:07
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