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Bullet train Kenjutsu

por Niten - US/ - 19-Jan-2017

Have you ever seen live or a video of a Bullet Train (Shinkansen) in Japan?

Sensei e Sanches no Japão


When you see it, too late, its gone.

Just like a bullet.

Just like in Kenjutsu Combat.




Monet´s Bridge

por Niten - US/ - 16-Jan-2017


"The Japanese Bridge over the Water Lilies Pond in Giverny" is a painting by Monet that, at the time of its completion, it was highly criticized.
They said that the old artist was suffering from a disease that compromised his eyesight, and therefore they did not considered the meaning of his choice by not drawing "more realistically" to the real image.
At the beginning, even a great artist is misunderstood. It part of the learning process and maturation of the artistic eye.
In time, the more observent ones realized his intentions, and managed to see that this work of art, not so much as a simple image, has a special connection with something greater: the Truth.




Duel

por Niten - US/ - 13-Jan-2017



Imagine yourself fighting the Samurai at your left:
Now, considering this situation, decide where would you choose to attack.

And tell me if you won or if you were defeated:





This is Kenjutsu Combat!

Rare Children

por Niten - US/ - 11-Jan-2017

The Samurai used to say that real kids are the ones that fight, jump and run. They were happy.

In those days that was possible, but nowadays, with so much they are expected to do and pressure from all sides, truly happy children are rare.

Rare, but they exist.

Learn to Listen

por Niten - US/ - 08-Jan-2017





In training it is necessary to be silent and ready to listen.
The sword's movement.
Your master's words.
Yourself.
To learn to listen is to give each sound its proper importance and reverence.


"To The Niten Cultural Institute, at the service of Master Kishikawa Sensei. In this family (Niten) I found energy, inspiration, courage, determination and focus to follow throuth my project. I thank you Sensei for the opportunity to learn the values and strength of the Samurai, for sharing the strategies and techniques of Musashi Sensei* and from the Hagakure teachings. These are certainly essencial ingredients for the messages that I placed in my book. I also extend my thanks to my practicing collegues, for their presence and incentive allow me to practice and to have force of spirit in the search for my objectives. I am eternally greatefull for being welcomed in this family and I hope to give back the good that I have been receiving by living with all of you."
Part of the book: "The power of listening" from the Niten student Rodrigo Leite.

*Musashi Sensei is how the students of the Hyoho Niten Ichi Ryu School call the founder of the School, Miyamoto Musashi.

Discipline

por Niten - US/ - 04-Jan-2017

Shin Nen Akemashite Omedetou Gozaimasu.
Congratulations to you for having survived and managed to be alive in 2017.


'Discipline' and 'Fun', these are the two things that we need in order to be happy.
So, the festivities are over.
The moment now is to have discipline.
Discipline to fight, to win,
because the war has already begun.
Do not wait for the end of the month, because time flies by quickly.
Discipline, discipline, discipline.



My training on January 2nd 2017: 5 in the morning



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