Matrix Martial Arts Animals


The Matrix Animals!

Top of the morning to you…
and a tip top work out to you!
To stretch, to warm up, to work out…
to be glowing all day long!
That’s what a work out is all about!
First,
thanks to all who have purchased
the 500 Martial Arts articles.
Your contribution to the Great Matrixing tour is appreciated.
And,
if you haven’t seen this book yet,
it is in the bookstore
at ChurchofMartialArt(dot)com.
Second,
there ain’t no second,
let’s get into it!
Matrixing is based on geometry.
I always heard people say geometry is worthless,
but I found it pretty valuable.
The basic geometry is
force with force
force with flow
flow with force
flow with flow
Now,
if you just realized
that you have seen the sum total of the martial arts
described in a basic face to face confrontation
that results in geometry,
perfect.
It breaks down like this…
force against force
force against flow
flow with force
flow with flow
Now,
this is the theory,
and if you want the actual breakdown of technique
the resulting geometries,
the strategies that become manifest,
just take a look at Create Your Own Art.
This will give you an analysis
that will open your mind.
But,
I wouldn’t advise it.
It would be far better
to do the other matrixing courses first.
You see
Karate is force against force
Kung fu is force with flow
tai chi is flow with force
aikido is flow with flow
Now,
the problem is that
as I have listed the arts here,
they doesn’t exactly fit together.
It’s close,
but it isn’t perfect.
And,
it doesn’t take into account a lot of other arts
or even styles of arts.
But,
if you do the courses
you will see how to smooth out the edges,
make the arts fit together seamlessly.
The problem,
you see,
is that the arts weren’t created with the whole picture in mind.
They weren’t created to be part of one geometrical whole.
But…
we can fix that.
Matrixing will unslant the art,
unbias the concepts and make them pure,
and then the concepts,
and the whole martial arts,
will fit together,
and make one nice
easy to make work picture.
Oh,
it is still tough,
your mind is going to have to tweak and adjust,
but you can do it.
You just have to throw yourself into matrixing,
overcome the influences that tweak the arts out of true,
and make it happen.
Lot of work.
But,
as you know with the martial arts
this just means a lot of fun.
Heck,
I started studying in 1967,
and every single art I have studied
has been nothing but fun.
Now,
this brings us to the question
of the title of this newsletter.
What are the matrixing animals?
The tiger represents karate
the crane and the snake represent tai chi
the butterfly represents kung fu
the dragon represents tai chi chuan
Those are the five animals of matrixing.
Yes,
I do have certain animal symbols I like and use.
Yes,
there is a certain trade off with the five original kung fu animals,
and I do use the Monkey,
especially with weapons and takedowns and such.
Now,
the trick is this…
animals represent emotions
and modes of motion,
and matrixing is not about animals,
and emotions
(though we use emotions when appropriate)
but about analyzing motion.
So the animals are a convenience,
a method for enhancing and embracing certain geometrical strategies.
They are not a mythology.
But,
whether you wish to view matrixing
from an animalistic viewpoint
or a geometrical viewpoint,
or a logical or philosophical or even religious viewpoint
doesn’t matter.
All that matters is that you throw yourself into it.
It is a field of study,
a science,
and while you could enter it
from the viewpoint of any art,
you can’t just study a piece of it
and think that is all there is,
or that you know it all,
or something like that.
You need to eat the whole thing.
Just like the snake eats the yin yang in my monster symbol,
or the tiger pounces on the yin yang
or the instructor holds the yin yang…
you have to look for the whole picture of all the arts,
and break it down into matrixing concepts.
Now,
let me give you a real heads up on this thing
of studying ALL of matrixing.
Go to this URL
It is the black belt course,
and it is a $75 dollar button.
Hit that button,
then write me a email and say…
“Al, I want the Core Package!”
That’s right,
This month only,
just in time for Thanksgiving and Xmas,
I will give you 25% off.
That’s four courses for the price of two and one half courses.
That’s a $25 savings!
You get a complete art of Karate,
a complete breakdown of grab arts and joint locks,
the complete Matrix Aikido seminar
which enables you to learn aikido quickly,
and to use it in a real fight,
and to make aikido techniques
out of ANY technique
from ANY art you know.
And…
The Master Instructor Course.
The course that reveals the actual secrets of the martial arts,
that enables you to have perfect form
and perfect technique.
That’s eight DVDs
and four CDs,
with all the training manuals,
and a few extras thrown in.
And,
if you think about it,
The real price of these four courses would be one $120.
So, really,
you are not getting the already good deal
of $20 off…
you are getting
almost 40% off!
Because it is Christmas,
because you’re going to have time over the holidays to work out,
because I want you to have matrixing so you can fix the martial arts,
and because I need to raise money for the Great Matrixing Tour.
So take advantage of this one time offer,
and  help make the Great Matrixing Tour possible.
And,
believe me,
it is a one time offer.
I know there are fellows out there
who have been reading the newsletter from day one,
and they are shaking their heads
and wishing they had seen this offer before.
But they haven’t,
and you won’t see it again.
And,
one last thing…
if you already have one or more of the four courses,
I will allow substitutions.
Onkey donkey,
bout done.
I will be out of town this weekend,
so orders for the next few days
will be sent out Monday.
I’m sure you’ll forgive,
as I am going to pick up a camper
for the Great Matrixing Tour.
And,
I think that’s it.
Now go click on that URL above
and have yourself a great and enlightening work out,
and I’ll talk to you later.
 Al
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