The instructor intones the following motto:. One interpretation is: "A moment of true interaction between mind and spirit may lead to Enlightenment. All clap twice, bow once, clap once, and bow again. The teacher turns to face the class, and the senior student calls:. In Bujinkan training, strength is generated through flexibility.

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A number of basic techniques from all nine Bujinkan Ryuha. They are recommended to be studied thoroughly. Most dojo use these techniques for Kyu grades. Avoid things cooked with fire. Avoid salt, sugar, caffeine and alcohol. Anger breaks heart and mind balance. Practice daily. Spine straight, rotate big toe and ankle joints. Breathe deeply. Seated position. Drop them as you breathe out.

Drop and breathe out as you turn back. Hatsumi writes that as both Ukemi no Jutsu and Ankoku Toshijutsu both give the feeling of of passing into the world of the mysterious, he grouped them together. Fudoza no Kamae — Immovable seat 2.

Seiza no Kamae — kneeling posture 3. Shizen no kamae — natural receiving posture 4. Ichimonji no kamae — straight defensive posture 5. Doko no kamae — angry tiger defensive posture 6. Jumonji no kamae — cross offensive posture 7. Kosei no kamae — offensive posture 8. Hicho no kamae — flying bird posture 9. Hira no kamae — receiving posture Hoko no kamae — encircling tiger receiving posture Ihen no Kamae — extraordinary change posture Ryuhyo no Kamae — draconic leopard posture Ryuhyo Fusetsu no Kamae — draconic leopard wind and snow posture Not only useful for running up trees, fences or walls, but can also be used to run up a human body.

Digest the idea of bunting body action. Practice harmonizing fist body striking methods where not extending the arm, one strikes with the fingers and body in accord. A method of conditioning the fists can be used where special secret medicines are applied. Kikaku ken or Zu Tsuki — head strike 2. Shuki Ken — elbow strike 3. Fudo Ken or Kongo Ken — clenched fist or hammer strike 4.

Shishin Ken — little finger 6. Shitan Ken — fingertips together a. Sanshitan Ken b. Gyokakuken — joined horns fist c. Shishitanken — quadruple support fist d. Shuken — beak fist e. Shanshitanken — triple finger end fist 7. Shako Ken — claw hand, fingertips and palm heel strike 8. Boshi ken or shito ken — thumb strike 9. Shikan ken — extended knuckles Tai Ken — body, body hurling strikes Koppo ken — thumb knuckle strike Happa ken — open hand slap Sokuyaku ken — sole or heel kick Sokki ken — knee strike Sokugyaku ken — toe strike Brings illness and suffering for seven days.

The nose. Train in Tenchijin or high, middle, low. Low becomes heel strike. Also train in Tsure-Yuki variations, punching the base leg or grabbing the base ankle to down. Slip the left hand through to the inside and twist the leg close to your body, causing opponent to turn. Strike into the calf and drive knee to the ground. No mind, no meaning formulation — The whole body is a fist.

Striking quickly is not the exquisite skill, but, as passed down from of old, it is hitting the vital points from the shortest distance and striking with the body that is the hidden technique. One must first begin from correctly hitting the vital points. Bring your palms together and turn out, using the elbow to free. Take the same side knee with yours. Thumbstrike to kidneys, strike head. In mid-throw, kick up with both feet as he falls. Not a technique of throwing with the consciousness, but the exquisite, subtle skill of throwing unconsciously.

Not something that has a conclusive form. Also, Kun-ryusui — naturally moving with the course of things like drifting clouds and flowing water. Use the elbow to strike into his ribs as you go down. Step in from here for a forward hip throw, throwing uke onto his head. Finish with a crushing stomp to the jaw. Uke follows with a stomp kick. Avoid to the outside and counter kick. Thumbstrike into ribs and break leg to finish. Leap into a double foot stomp into his chest.

Recover by rolling away. Uke attempts to kick, you counter. As he lands, he follows with a left hand punch. Deflect with your right elbow and follow with a shuto to the neck. Then finish the gyaku to down.

Uke follows with the left. Trap under your right arm pit and strike with the same side with a thumb to the hip area to down. Lock out the arm with your knee in opponents neck. Swing under the left arm while holding onto the right wrist for a throw.

Uke comes in with a stomp kick. Sweep the kick out and away. Uke then grabs your lapel. Uke straightens his arm. Turn in for a throw, but uke resists again. Swing back out and apply pressure behind elbow to lock out the arm and break. As uke kicks, take his hand to where it is kicked by his own foot. Open up his ribs for a strike and then turn into uke, locking out his elbow, for a throw.

As uke kicks, maintain hold of the hand but evade outside the kick, catching it with your free arm and raising it and turning back to down the attacker. Any number of people is fine. Leap up to strangle his mid-section with your legs, pulling uke over you.

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