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FORMATION OF POWER AND THE THREE PHASES OF TECHNIQUES

 Whether on the defensive side or striking side, it is important to have a proper method formation of power followed by the technique’s three phases.  The basic formation of power is understood as such: Power is rooted by the feet,

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MAAI – Timing/Distancing

With any type of response such as a separate block and counter, as in go no sen, timing is of great importance.  In go no sen you must time your block correctly with the incoming attack. If you mistime the

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Let it go

Posted in Buddhism, Health and Wellness, Kobudo, Life Strategy, Meditation, Newsletter, Niei Chi

STRATEGIC CONCEPTS

AI UCHI The concept in CMAC is to stay out of trouble whenever possible. The best form of self-defence is not to be there in the first place. If that is not possible there is a Chinese dictum – “we

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Hanshi’s Note

Quiet Zen Only when the mind is settled can it become quiet and only when the mind is quiet can it become still; it’s only when the mind is still can it see and when the mind can see then

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Maestro Urban

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ZANSHIN from Yaku Soku Kumite Volume 1

Zanshin is a term frequently used in CMAC for its importance related to spiritual health and efficiency. It refers to a state of awareness – of relaxed alertness. A literal translation of zanshin is “remaining mind.” Before an encounter, it

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How to quit drinking

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Discovering Knowledge by Maestro Urban

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Searching for Lady Kung Fu from The New Youk Times

Angela Mao was as famous as Bruce Lee when she was amartial arts film star during the 1970s. Then she seemed to vanish. It turns out she’s been in Queens this whole time. At the reception for an Asian film festival

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