One of the key factors in the training of self defense skill is the way the mind and body are working together. When training be aware of body movements, and the skill your trying to achieve with the training.
When training in martial arts I like to approach martial arts from the point of using natural body movement and body energy. This approach will allow more freedom, ease of movement and breathing.
When teaching, I approach martial arts from the advantage of using natural body movement and body energy. This approach will provide more flexibility, ease of movement and breathing when working on self-defense.
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I was working on kenjutsu last week and was moving with my training partner changing kamae (position based on what my spirit is sensing in relation to a changing environment). This requires the mind and body to stay sharp, because if your mind floats for one moment you could be in over your head. A good starting place on how not to get in over your head is “Stay in the moment, not before or after.”
The longer we train in martial arts, the deeper we come to understand ourselves. This deep understanding comes from first training with the physical techniques and then studying the effect the training has on us. If you train with a sincere heart, you can gain great value from martial arts.
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Our goal when protecting ourselves is not always clearly defined. We
may not be in the correct state of mind to protect ourselves when an
attack happens. The attacker is also trying to determine if we are
easy targets at that time. The difference between the attacker and the
defender is that the attacker’s motivations come from deep personal
needs (i.e., anger, greed, ego, etc.) These are clearly defined and
give the attacker an advantage; starting from clearly defined
motivations, the attacker can confuse the defender and create inner
conflict that can limit the defender’s ability to function. We need
to learn to direct our mind and spirit to take charge of ourselves to
prevent or stop the attack, whether it is office bullying, white
collar crime, street crime, etc. Training in Ninja Psychology can help
in a true time of danger. It can also help us reach our full potential
as martial artists, self-defense students, and in the flow of our
every day lives. Ninja psychology is a path to becoming more
successful through understanding our deeper selves and how we can
affect the world around us. Join us at the Boston Martial Arts Center
with Stephen K. Hayes to learn Ninja Psychology. Don’t miss this
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At Boston Martial Arts Center 161 Harvard Ave #4e, Friday Night Class
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