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Monster Newsletter #351–The Secret of Enlightenment! (Second half of letter…great stuff!)

Now,
I really mean it.
I want you to turn off the cell,
tell the kiddies to go play,
give the dog a bone to chew on,
and pay attention,
I’m really going to deliver the goods today,
and I need you focused,
because when you read what I say
a lot of you are going to sit back,
go ‘waaa…?’
and be confused.
Just read it again.
It’s the truth,
and it is the path to enlightenment.
Here we go.

When you do the martial arts
you want to lose reaction time.
So here is the question…
what exactly is reaction time?

Well,
it means to act after.
It means somebody is going to hit you while you’re thinking about it.
Got it?
So,
to lose reaction time
means to lose the ‘ability’ to think about what is happening.
It means,
stay with me here…
you have to lose your mind.

Now,
this is going to screw some people up,
but
when somebody throws a punch
at somebody with reaction time,
the person with reaction time
filters what is happening
through their mind.
‘Duh…what the…that fist is…!’
That’s what is going on in the mind.
So…
get rid of the mind.
Get rid of that
which filters your ability to act now.
Get rid of that thing
which makes you act…’after.’

If you’re confused right now,
go back over that last paragraph.
It is all there,
and if you’re confused,
your ‘mind’ could just be ‘reacting’
to the data I just gave you.

Your mind is protesting the death knell
I just offered it.

Okay,
for some people
it’s incredibly difficult to get rid of the mind.
Some people have read my words,
and their mind is gone.
Cool.
But…
many people are confused.
A few are even crying and beating their wives.
They don’t want to lose their minds,
you see.

Now,
if you just keep doing the martial arts,
doing those classical forms,
you’ll probably lose your mind.
and you can tell if you do
because you’ll suddenly have intuition.
But here is the key ingredient
that you need to implement.

Do only one thing at a time.
Focus on one thing at a time.
Concentrate on one thing at a time.
Do not allow distractions to get in the way of…
doing one thing at a time.

When you do one thing at a time
you are doing purely
(reading a book and not knowing that time is passing)
and that does not require the mind.

If you think about stuff you are using the mind.
If you do one thing at a time
without distraction
you are not using the mind,
and,
eventually,
the mind stops trying to be used.

It is that simple,
and that difficult.

Interestingly,
I lost my mind
back at the Kang Duk Won
in 1974.
If it hadn’t been for that,
I might never had figured out Matrixing.
I had to lost my mind
before I could analyze and handle
the force and flow of the universe.

So,
it’s now 2010,
why don’t you lose your mind?
It’s simple.
Just do one thing at a time.
In forms,
and in life.
Throw out distractions,
commit yourself to the moment (now)
and forget about the mind.
It’s stop bugging you,
it’ll stop slowing you down,
and life will get incredibly easy.

Okey doke,
That’s about it.
You guys have a great week.
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Talk to you later.

Al
:o)

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I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and read a book.–Groucho Marx
I find television very educating. Every time somebody turns on the set, I go into the other room and do the martial arts.–Al Case

Crime is naught but misdirected energy.–Emma Goldman
Crime is naught but energy that hasn’t been directed into the martial arts.–Al Case

It’s choice – not chance – that determines your destiny.–Jean Nidetch
It’s martial arts – not chance – that determines your destiny.–Al Case

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