Nah! He couldn't do that. He'd have to give up LARPing.
hmm yes true. Wouldn't want to give that up for some good hard honest work....
I think he'd be happier dancing with the fairies.
dancing meditation ->
Who the **** are you and why should anyone care?
So you're a *****, well done, you've added nothing to this forum, and, I suspect, will never add anything constructive to this forum. Indeed this entire thread is just drawing attention to yourself. Both topic and the fact that you put this in ymas.
You waste phrost's bandwidth. I do too, but occasionally I make a funny.
Maybe we should invite him to a TD somewhere?
I take responsibility for the failure of my timeline to communicate when I was knocked out. I haven't been seriously hurt since I started taking Genwakai in 1994. The timeline also fails to communicate that the spiritual didn't start until after my "freedom from perceived threats of violence" stage. Before then I was far too interested in acquiring physical skill to have room to consider spiritual pursuits. Giving myself permission to investigate dance was really an act of liberation, which granted unexpected benefits.
I also take responsibility for failing to communicate that the group training I've participated in is where I learned most of what I know. I found that training against a resisting opponent trained in a different style was far more effective than what I could get in a studio (hardly a unique observation here) I've spent many hours reading posts on this site, and I really feel a kinship of approach. I prefer to train at a level 4 or 5 on your "Aliveness' scale, but I will occasionally go to a 7 or possibly an 8. I am risk adverse: I'm not in my 20's anymore.
My primary motivation for joining this site is to exchange sources of sound information and to find compatible-minded people to train with. Right now I only have a push-hands group, which we all know isn't as good as active resistive training. What I have to offer probably lies more on the cerebral and philosophical side of the martial arts, but I certainly share the standard scientific and pragmatic point of view that is common here. And I am happy to exchange blows, within acceptable safety margins. Don't poke my eyes!
I have already provided one trick that you might find useful: synching your heart rate to a steady music beat (at ~80% of your heart rate) to rhythmic motion can be a fun (euphoric!) and easy way to put 45+ minutes of heavy cardio on an ellipse machine with the mobile arm handles.
Of course I'm planning on attending a Throwdown in San Diego or possibly Orange County! It will probably have to be after the New Year due to preexisting commitments of mine, but the So-Cal Throwdown
group (http://www.bullshido.net/forums/group.php?do=discuss&group=&discussionid=7) doesn't appear to have anything planned before then anyway. Is there another So-Cal TD group that I am not aware of?
If you are scientifically inclined, try to synch your heart rate with a steady beat (set at ~80% of your max safe heart rate) with rhythmic movement: a perception of euphoria generally occurs if you are successful. Aldous Huxley would approve.
Aldous Huxley was an overrated pervert.
But, being a big fan of euphoria, I might have to give that a shot... ;D
Right on! I hope it works for you. If you are on windows ttp://www.softplatz.com/Soft/Audio-Multimedia/Other/MixMeister-BPM-Analyzer.html
looks like a free program that will tell you the BPM of a song.
Here is a decent & free heart rate calculator http://www.stevenscreek.com/goodies/hr.shtml
Personally I like to get my cardio to some of the free mixes found at http://www.danefex.com/ (legal downloads from the artist's website)
This really reminds me of a friend that quit any form of MA training as he didnt feel like he should 'bring violence to anyone'... I still wonder what he would do if someone brought violence to him...
Dancing meditation? Maybe that'd scare any potential aggressors away...
adelord I appreciate your honesty in hope for finding like minded people. But to be quite honest look at martial arts planet or happy chi-ball or some other such ****. But for sure watching your cat hunt does not count for **** in ma. Muscle structure is different and unlike most cats humans do not have a vertical leap twice their height.
nor claws or awesome night vision BUILT IN TO OUR EYES!!! I usually break my legs if falling from a great height as well, unlike those stupid smart arse cats...
Esoteric and spiritual principles are great, but there is no relationship between that and hurting someone effectively. Remember, Jesus just turned the other cheek...then again he did go apeshit at some local sunday markets...crazy guy.
Adelord, welcome to bullshido. I see that you are an open minded individual that speaks about being able to look at other beliefs with a logical perspective. I would like to test that if you don't mind.
YouTube- How an erection works according to Happeh Theory (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BTjKHkv56Zs)
his youtube channel:
To give more insight into this individual:
1. He believes that gay men and women are out to suck the chi energy out of him.
2. He believes that Asian people (Doesn't matter what nationality) is the superior race in every way, shape, and form.
3. He believes Asians have telepathic powers because they ALL know some form of martial arts.
4. He's white.
5. He believes every stereotype of every single culture and race is fact.
6. He believes Masturbation will blind and cripple a person.
7. The man decided to create his own theories to everything around him and looks at anything done by science to be idiotic and inconclusive.
What do you think of his ideas? How would you handle having a discussion with this person when he believes he is infallible and will answer every counter argument you may come up with by using one of his own theories?
Why the **** are you even here?
Who the hell knows
Because he is a sick pervert who fondles his jelly beans whilst clogging up bandwidth with his pointless and irrelavant ramblings.
Who exactly are you guys talking about here?
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