CHU – Strength of Mind and Body

CHU – Strength of Mind and Body
There are nine basically significant centers of power. The first of these is located at the base of the spine. It controls elimination and corresponds to the Sacral Plexus. This is the occult ...
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KAI – Harmony with the Universe

KAI – Harmony with the Universe
The Hara (One Point) is the site of the third center of power in the body, located approximately two inches below the navel. This is the body is center of gravity. It also represents the water ...
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KUJI ASHI

The classic exercise of Ninjitsu is penetration of the enemy camp for the purpose of espionage or assassination. This tradition and many of the techniques come to us from the 13th to 16th century ...
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KUJI KIRI

KUJI KIRI
In the classical presentation of the Longevity Exercise, the student is instructed at this point to exhale completely and hold the lungs empty for as long as comfortable. This is analogus to ...
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The positions

Full Lotus Position Sit in a Full Lotus Pose, right foot sole uppermost on the left thigh, left foot sole uppermost crossing the right shin, locking it into place, on the right thigh. Relax the ...
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The preparation

One cannot embark on the path of enlightenment all at once. Development of the mind can be achieved only when the body has been prepared. The breathing exercises given here are strenuous in the ...
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The meditation

The emphasis on meditation to cultivate the mind and body is characteristic of all Far Eastern martial arts. Nowhere is this more true than in Ninjitsu, the Silent Way. Ninja place as much ...
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The principles

Since any opaque object absorbs light, it produces a shadow in the space behind it. If the source of light is a point, an opaque surface cuts off all light striking it, producing a shadow of ...
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To be a ninja

To be a ninja
To be a Ninja, indeed to even contemplate the Silent Way, one must be a hunter. This means that he knows the ways of his prey. He studies their habits, patterns of movement, and routines. In this ...
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