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Martial Arts, ESP, and Neutronics

Behind the Body ESP through Neutronic Martial Arts

The Sad fact is that your martial arts aren’t going to help you when the mugger hits you in the back of the head with his club. And, sad to say, muggers aren’t stand up fellows; chances are you will be attacked from the rear. Fortunately, you can apply neutronics to develop ESP – extra sensory perception – and live to fight another day.
By behind the body ESP I am referring to the radar you feel when people walk behind you. Everybody has felt it. It is a sensation of hair prickling on the back of the head, the ‘hackles’ raising, as you feel somebody invade your personal space from the rear.
The body, just like any machine, is surrounded by fields of electricity. Mostly, we can’t feel these fields, except under unusual circumstances. Proper martial arts training, especially if you matrix a system of classical karate or Kung Fu, will awaken these abilities.
To get the idea of what is happening here, take a magnet and find an old TV, one with a tube. Now place the magnet close to the screen, and you will see distortions as the electrical field reacts to the magnet. And, you may feel a sensation on your hand as you hold the magnet.
To do this martial arts exercise, stand three feet in front of your partner. Relax your mind by looking at something in front of you and forgetting about your partner. The more you forget about him, the better chance your ‘radar’ will turn on.
Now, if you feel nothing, then you simply need to discipline your mind and body. Do this by practicing your martial arts forms and techniques. If it still doesn’t work, you need to matrix your martial arts.
Matrixing is a method which will line up the energy of the body. It can be applied to the body specifically, through the Master Instructor Course at Monster Martial Arts, or it can be applied to whole systems through other courses at that site. You are going to want to apply this science to both your body and to the martial arts systems you study.
When you succeed in forgetting about the person behind you you will have an ’empty mind,’ and your radar will start to turn on. You will feel a sensation, as if somebody pushing on the hairs on the back of your head or neck or even back. This was actually a common perception through old martial arts practices, such as classical karate or kung fu, and with matrixing it can become common again.