Matrixing Martial Arts!
Had an interesting conversation with a fellow who goes to ‘Frontsight,’ which is a gun training place. He was asking about the logic of matrixing, and how I arranged my courses.
I explained about the basic geometry of matrixing, and how I had arranged the courses around that logic.
For instance, Matrix Karate is based on explosions form the tan tien and linear motions, and the proper arrangement of blocks.
Matrix Kung Fu is based on an analysis of joint locks, and the arrangement of the jointlocks into the proper order.
Matrix Aikido is an instant conceptualization of the above, but slanted towards flow as a solution to flow. (Karate would be force as a solution to force, Kung Fu would be a slanting of force to establish flow, and so on.
Now, the point here is that people want to learn the martial arts, and they think that by learning karate (for instance) they are learning the martial arts. They never seem to get that karate is only a piece of the martial arts. They don’t get that each art describes precise geometry, and that Matrixing doesn’t just arrange the bits and pieces of the arts in logical order, but arranges the geometries of the separate arts in a logical order, and thus creates the wholistic ‘picture’ of the whole martial arts.
So you don’t study karate to learn the martial arts, you study ALL the martial arts to learn the martial arts.
And, matrixing is the process by which you learn a logic that will enable you to learn ALL the martial arts in a year or two, as opposed to the decade or two for the one, single art approach.
Look, let me sum it up exactly.
You can study a system of karate, and if you are a good student, and the system is a good system, and the instructor is a good instructor, and all those pieces stay in place, you don’t move in twenty years, nor does the instructor, then in twenty years you could actually say that you know the martial arts.
It would be a badly distorted picture, the jointlocks out of synch with the tan tien and the tai chi fumbling under the taekwondo…but you could say that you knew it all. It’s more like a big box full of pieces than a completed puzzle, but you could still say you know everything.
But, when you do Matrixing you learn the individual arts quickly and easily, and you learn how to put them together so they are smooth, unified whole. A picture of beauty and intuition.
And that is what I am pushing with all these courses; and that is what I will be doing at Monkeyland, training vast amounts of people in how to matrix people, arts, and even things outside the arts.
So that the martial arts come together as a complete and unified science.
Anyway, I know you’ve heard me rant on this subject before, but you would be surprised at how often I get a question or comment regarding matrixing and what it really does.
I hope this dispels any confusion.
There is only one martial art, and it is accessed by Matrixing, and only matrixing, on this planet at this time.
We are totally and utterly unique.
Now, the reason I say this is simple: because of the instant downloads I am setting up prices are changing. But, the prices of the packages will stay low, at least for a while. So you aren’t saving $20 on a package, you might be saving $40, which would be almost 30%.
Look, I encourage people to buy a single course at first, to make sure that they are ready for matrixing. Believe me, there are some people that aren’t ready for matrixing, and they should stay far away. Their minds simply aren’t ready to be made logical. A little too much mystery and confusion in their minds, and they should study the classical martial arts long enough to stabilize their minds, before they even think about getting them ready to be arranged.
But, if you’ve already purchased a course, or you know, in your heart of hearts, that you are ready, then get a package. Get a whole chunk of martial arts geometry. Eat matrixing with a shovel, and not a little, bitty teaspoon.
Heck, save some money. It isn’t instant download, but it is a serious savings of cash, and that’s a good thing in this crazy day and age.
Here is the Core package URL…http://www.monstermartialarts.com/Core_Package.html
But you can also find a package for kung fu, and other packages if you look around the monster.
HanaKwanMass to you, and have a great work out!