Ninjutsu - Ninja Secrets For Modern-Day Ninja Master

Written by Graeme Sprigge

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There are various training schools inrepparttar US but before you start I suggest you read up on it. A great resource I have found is by Ninja Fanatic, John Lee.

Coverrepparttar 136810 ground in his book and then you will be more prepared to take your training further.

All such training starts from a desire, which gradually develops into mastery.

Good Luck.

Graeme Sprigge is a taekwondo practitioner. He is currently researching and learning Tai Chi as a self-defence art, not just a health routine. For more info on this article see

The Joys of Death

Written by White Feather

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What aboutrepparttar death of communism? Was that a good death? And what was birthed in conjunction with that death?

What about beliefs? What if you've been holdingrepparttar 136382 very same beliefs all your life? Does that preventrepparttar 136383 birth of new beliefs and ideas? What happens when you die to a belief?

What about boyfriends and girlfriends? Remember whenrepparttar 136384 relationship was being birthed and how exciting it was? But then you fell into a deep rut where nothing was being birthed anymore, so it seemsrepparttar 136385 only way out is to killrepparttar 136386 relationship? How could a more joyful approach to death have savedrepparttar 136387 relationship? Didrepparttar 136388 relationship go sour becauserepparttar 136389 two of you stopped dying on a regular basis, thus creating a need for a big death finale forrepparttar 136390 relationship? Is itrepparttar 136391 birth of something new that spurs us to die to relationships?

What about jobs? Been working atrepparttar 136392 same job for 32 years and you're ready to kill yourself? I would say killrepparttar 136393 job instead. Either way, there's a need for death because there is a need for birth. A new job is easier to get than a new body. So dying to a career can be a positive thing, no?

Can dying to a bad habit bring joy and birth? To get a new attitude about something, do we need to first die to our old attitude? Have a brilliant idea that could make millions? But you won't die to your beliefs of lack, sorepparttar 136394 idea never gets birthed? Still holding on to a traumatic event from your childhood? If you won't let it die,repparttar 136395 knowledge and wisdom to be gained fromrepparttar 136396 situation can never be birthed, or realized.

Anytime we hold on to something, we are preventing death, and we miss out onrepparttar 136397 subsequent birth. And then we end up holding on to something that is dead anyway because it ends up inrepparttar 136398 past. To stay inrepparttar 136399 NOW, we are going withrepparttar 136400 natural birth/death cycle and we experience constant birth, constant death, constant motion, and vibrant life. To be in a state of joy we must be inrepparttar 136401 NOW. We can't be inrepparttar 136402 NOW if we haven't died to everything in eitherrepparttar 136403 past or future. Sorepparttar 136404 very act of being inrepparttar 136405 NOW is utterly dependent upon death.

Death is present in every layer of our physical existence. How can we replace fear of death with joy of death? If we can do that in our everyday lives how would that change how we finally experience death ofrepparttar 136406 body? And if we fully utilize death during life would that make death ofrepparttar 136407 body unnecessary? Isrepparttar 136408 death ofrepparttar 136409 body a result of not fully utilizing death on a constant basis during life?

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