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Newsletter 1009

Making Your Mind Behave…

Good morning! Good morning!
I made it to Clearwater, Florida,
and am advertising for students.
Yippee!
Back in the saddle again.

So how are you guys doing?
Do you work out every single day?
I do.
Can’t stop.
Even if I’m beat and battered,
then I simply work out slowly,
tai chi style.
Tai Chi is a wonderful art,
and outside of matrixed martial arts,
it is one of the two most powerful classical arts I know.
(the other is karate)

Unfortunately,
most people think it is for health,
and old people,
and not much use for self defense.

I’ll tell you something interesting,
I don’t think I really began to truly understand
martial arts and self defense
until I began to delve into Tai Chi.

Oh,
I could beat people up.
But not if they were better and faster than me.
But once I learned Tai Chi
I began to relax in combat,
to see what people were going to do
before they did it.

The trick,
of course,
is to develop the patience.
When you are first doing that slow ‘ward off’ move,
you ask,
how can this work?
Aside form being slow,
it doesn’t have much application.
But the secret of learning
is to keep looking at something
until you understand it.

So I looked and looked
and went slower,
and…here it comes…
FORCED MY MIND TO SLOW DOWN!

Yes,
your mind is an errant child,
throwing distractions at you.
But if you MAKE yourself move slowly,
and MAKE your mind accept a different mode of thinking,
then everything becomes understandable,
and even those weird moves suddenly make sense.
And you find the applications.
And you find out that there is a vast world
of balance and sensitivity
of perception and appreciation.

Unfortunately,
if you don’t do this,
if you don’t MAKE your mind behave,
you miss out on all this wonder.
And you actually miss out
on a lot of the true meaning of the Martial Arts.

Just saying…

So here’s the Tai Chi Package.
Will help you look,
will help you MAKE your mind behave,
will show you some of the incredible self defenses,
that other arts miss out on.

http://monstermartialarts.com/martial-arts/tai-chi-chuan-package/

If you’re here in Clearwater I hope to see you some day,
And…
Everybody have a great work out!!

Al

What’s at the Top of the Martial Arts Mountain

I enjoy talking about where you are going if you are on the Martial Arts Method. What I tell you here is true for Karate and Aikido, kung fu, that sort of martial art, but not for boxing, MMA or methods that are in reality sport.

bad karate

To climb the martial arts mountain one must dedicate oneself to learning.

The difference between sport and art, if you wish to ascertain whether this article holds true for your discipline, is that in a sport you fight another human being. In an art you fight (learn how to not fight) yourself.

When one does a martial art the secret is in the discipline. To force oneself to do the movements until one wakes up and realizes it is them doing the movements. To understand this merely consider: man is asleep dreaming that he is awake.

The value of matrixing is that it makes the method of discipline work faster. So instead of practicing for ten years and maybe having an ‘ah ha!’ moment, one has one anywhere from one lesson to a few months.

Yes, I have had a couple of people wake up within one lesson. Most people take a few months. But there is wild variance in times, as there is wild variance in people.

Once one has had an ‘ah ha!’ moment through a martial arts method they are different. That is the point at which they have to be educated in neutronics. The method is mainly one of pointing out motors they are in. What are the two things between which there is tension (push/pull) in which they have existence?

But let me backtrack just a wee bit.

As one matrixes, pursues the martial method, they find that their thought process is smoothing out. They stop having shallow surface thoughts; they stop thinking, and they start realizing mental emptiness.

When this is occurring they become aware of what a thought actually is: a moment in which you see reality. And reality will align perfectly with whatever thought you have had. This freaks some people out, as they come face to face with the fact that they are virtual gods, and that virtual has seniority over reality.

Becoming aware of what a thought is, a person tends to become introspective, and definitely silent. Listening for thoughts is so much more satisfying than partaking in the staticy distractions of humanity’s various pursuits.

And, there are dangers in this, but it is still a path with heart. How do you make sure that you don’t assume you are the only one? How do you relate to a mate that has static in his/her mind? The universe is a lie, so what are you going to do about it?

To hear what I am saying here sounds pretty glum, but I tell you this…every person I have ‘pushed over the edge,’ manipulated into realizing just who and what they are…none of them, NOT ONE OF THEM!…would reverse his path and return to his shallow, silly, false god, humanoid existence.

And, now we are up to the point of analyzing what motors we are having existence in. Between family and self. Between paycheck and self sufficiency. Between Chevy and Ford. There is, as long as we are in this universe, no end to motors in which to have existence.

Interestingly, the key is not to undo the motors, except as they have bad influence upon the individual. The key is merely to understand the motors, choose which ones you wish to embrace, and go ahead and play with them.

Not to fight the universe, but to play with it, that is the end road of matrixing a martial arts method and entering into neutronics.

To find out about matrixing head over to Monster Martial arts, pick a martial art that interests you, and start. I wouldn’t bother with neutronics until you have matrixed a martial art. Without a martial arts method the data has no meaning.

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The True Hands On Transmission of Martial Arts Teaching

Martial Arts Weapon
I got into this subject of hands on transmission of martial arts the other day, in the newsletter, but I should probably say a little more.
There are several ways of passing on the martial arts. There is reading a book and just going out and doing them. There is taking lessons, in a class or private. There is Videos, DVD, and so on.
The problem, as I have been saying and solving for a number of years, is that it takes too much time.
Now, a human being is not a chair. He is not a cabinet nor even a computer. A human being is a perception. So, how fast can a perception learn?
The interesting thing is that when I did lessons, so many years ago, I went through the drills and the forms and the techniques, but I also had the joy of working with Bob Babich, and the result of working with him was a ‘hands on transmission of data.’
I would be going through forms on a far corner of the mat, and suddenly I would feel an electric shock go up my legs. I turned around, and I noticed that everybody else turned around, and we would see that Bob had stepped on to the mat.
Now, his art was so smooth, his intention was so unencumbered, that, as you progressed with your martial arts training and YOU became more unencumbered, you could actually feel him. And the art began to pour, as if from one container to another, into you.
He didn’t even have to work with you (though that was a blessing when he did), he just had to be on the mat at the same time.
The key is this: the mind puts out a certain amount of static. Martial Arts discipline reduces the static. It is the best way of reducing static.
Sitting in Yoga works, but there is no input, so you are whim to what the universe deposits in your lap–not a lot while you are just sitting there.
In Martial Arts objects (fists and feet) fly at you at a tremendous rate, and you have to have the disciplined intent to reduce the static so that you can handle the object.
I saw that I could do a hands on transmission of data years ago. I even have a fair talent at it.
But, the hands on transmission of data from single person to single person, is way to slow.
Bob gave the hands on transmission of data to maybe thirty or forty people. I think the number was forty-five black belts, but he didn’t teach all of those.
And, not all of those black belts, only a few of them, went on to develop their hands on abilities.
So, here’s the problem: how many people can I reach? How many can I teach…to the quality of hands on transmission!
Well, with Matrixing…millions.
As time goes on, I die and matrixing spreads…billions.
No limits.
Martial arts, the way I do them, are crucial to this planet.
One person at a time realizing his space and magnificence…they have little value.
But, hundreds of people, thousands of people, Matrixing being figured out, realized as a science, and the impact on this planet is astounding.
We’ve got millions of people burning cars and buildings and beating each other up in the mid east.
What if we could create a silence in their minds where they could suddenly perceive themselves, and each other, and saw that burning a car contributed not at all to the headlong race and rush of mankind?
Well, we can.
But we have to create the silence in our minds first. We have to do it with millions of people. We have to make every martial artist in America lose his static and realize himself/herself as a perception.
If we do that, then we have created a massive motor, one equal to the task of looking at the burning, raging mind that is the mid east….and waking it up.
But it starts with ourselves.
And, there is no limit to the motor created.
We can wake up China, Europe…heck (grin), we could even wake up some of those pesky aliens.
Now, I don’t believe martial arts are the sole answer, but I believe they are a contributing factor of severe magnitude.
And, I don’t think people will understand what we are doing and why.
That means no recognitions, except for our own pat on the back for a job well done.
So, I hope that explains something of my vision, my method, and what Monster is really all about.
Waking up individuals, silencing the static in the mind, waking up the perception of us as a whole (as all…All).
And, having an absolutely tremendously fun time on the mat!
There’s your reward!
The fun of fighting without fighting!
The glory of throwing a punch, a real haymaker from out of the dojo, and knocking the fight out of a world.
Now, this has a lot to do with what I am going to release within the next couple of months.
And, of course, it has nothing to do with it. Grin.
Anyway, Matrixing is a hands on transmission of true Martial Art. That is why so many people write glowingly of it, that is why people study it diligently, and quickly put it into their curriculum as one of the first things they teach new students.
You can check out Matrixing at my site, Monster Martial Arts. The first course, Matrix Karate, gives the Matrixing basics, and can be used to matrix any martial art. Make sure, if you’re a newbie to all this, that you email me for the free book (offered on the first page). It will tell you a lot about the logic and method of Matrixing.

Martial Arts Discipline and Neutronic Theory Makes Life Work!

Martial Arts Discipline is the key to everything. Check out the video, and then I’ll tell you what this really means….

1) Man is born and begins to make structure. Ancient Mysteries refer to this as ‘Order Out of Chaos.’ Simply, every man needs structure.

2) While there is discipline in virtually any study, Martial Arts provides the strongest structure, and yet retains within that structure flexibility to adapt to anything. This flexibility (fluidity) is a crucial point that most people never understand.

3) The Secret to Life is that the universe is a dichotomy; there are two sides to everything. Neutronic Theory calls this a ‘motor.’ This is a Martial Arts Secret that people don’t usually perceive except in the most general way.

4) To make a motor work you need merely learn how to cause tension between the two terminals (sides) of the motor.

There are hints of this in life and the martial arts, but rarely does anybody understand sufficient to become functional. The essence of Matrixing is to correct the structure. The essence of Neutronics is to enable one to understand and use the motors involved. Thus, life becomes workable, able to be manipulated to the individual’s benefit.

If you want to learn about Matrixing one need simply go to Monster Martial Arts and examine the martial arts books and martial arts courses.

To learn about Neutronics one need merely go to Monkeyland.

Neither Matrixing nor neutronics have ever been taught on this planet. Even knowing about them, as through this article, tells the reader nothing. It is the experience that must be sought, else the reader understands nothing.

Simply, martial arts discipline, without the structure of Matrixing, is but a pale reflection of the truth. There is a free book available at Monster Martial Arts which will tell you all about Matrixing. If this coincides with your path, check out the ‘Matrixing Chi’ book.