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Master of Five Excellences by guest master, Andrew Salman

Master of Five Excellences by Andrew Salman I remember a day back in college when I was auditioning for the “Jazz A-Band.”  It was a certain triumph for me to even be in that group…I remember my counselor telling me that they don’t let freshmen in.  I tried out for it anyway and along with…

Train Martial Arts for Life

“The so-called ‘psychotically depressed’ person who tries to kill herself doesn’t do so out of quote ‘hopelessness’ or any abstract conviction that life’s assets and debits do not square. And surely not because death seems suddenly appealing. The person in whom Its invisible agony reaches a certain unendurable level will kill herself the same way…

Learn a Lot; Forget a Lot

“A second aspect of ‘forgetting’ was advanced some decades ago by the noted neurologist Julian Jaynes (1976), who outlined stages of cognitive learning in his speculative work on the evolution of subjective consciousness. In Chapter 1 ‘The Consciousness of Consciousness’ (pp. 21-47) Jaynes explains that as elementary steps of a learned process become unconscious (lost…

School Rap

This is really cool. Take a moment and listen (click title below): Enter The Dragon Thanks Ken!!!

Half Hour Exercise

Please take a moment and watch this clip. It’s an excellent piece on the benefits of exercise … down to earth … easy to understand … by a respected doctor. (Thank you Master Adam for the information) Link here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aUaInS6HIGo&sns=fb All the more reason to train Kung Fu!!!!!

Haiku North America

Today, it all begins! We’re here in Seattle, up early and ready to go. Registration begins at one but setup for the event itself is underway starting at 9a.m. We’ll have a chance over the next three days to meet a lot of poets from around the world that we have known by internet activity…

Martial Arts Burbank – Mr. Young Ik Suh

Grandmaster Suh opened his first school in the USA in the middle sixties. He came to America with very little. So, it was difficult for him to rent a building and open a business. In that struggle, he met a businessman that owned the Ford Dealership. He gave Mr. Suh a space (an empty room…

When Fighting . . .

When fighting… be specific immediate powerful and… without unnecessary motion. (Excerpt from Seeds of a Hermit, by Don Baird:  All Rights Reserved – Ó Copyright 1986)

In War . . .

In war, do not wage war. In fighting, do not wage fighting. Instead, wage harmonization. (Excerpt from Seeds of a Hermit, by Don Baird:  All Rights Reserved – Ó Copyright 1986)

A Rock Thrown . . .

A rock thrown into a pond will be noticed instantly. Keep the mind calm… like a pond. (Excerpt from Seeds of a Hermit, by Don Baird:  All Rights Reserved – Ó Copyright 1986)