I would like to thank all who came to the Stephen K Hayes seminar at the Boston Martial Arts Center. Thank you to the students who help me host the event Tom Lato, George and Kerry Kokkinogenis, Curt Brown, Paul Etherington, and Cindy Miller. Thank you, Bisousweet, for the great cookies. Thank you, Cindy Miller, for bringing fruit and power bars.
And a big thank you to Stephen K. Hayes for teaching the very interesting subject of Ninja Psychology.
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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.