Stephen Hayes Ninjutsu Ku-Ji "Nine Syllables" Combat Thought Posture
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These videos relate to the mental preparation for combat. In plain English and presented in an enjoyable format are martial arts practitioner Stephen K. Hayes' spiritual insights concerning balance and presence in the face of immediate hostility and mortal danger. Applicable to not only combat situations but many areas of life, these three videos draw upon Eastern spirituality to present common sense advice for success.
This is a collection of all three of Stephen K. Hayes' videos on Kuji-in and Kuji Kiri:
Kuji In - Sprit Projection Power
Ninja Kuji-In Spirit Protection Projection presents a master's understanding of warrior presence. We train for physical mastery in a dangerous world, and then we translate that fighter prowess into warrior will - pure intention at work subduing negative forces in the world. Welcome to your initiation into Kuji-In "9 Syllable Mudra Postures". An-shu Stephen K. Hayes gives a from-the-heart explanation/interpretation of training in spiritual protection power projection for martial artists - the ninja's legendary Kuji-In. An-shu takes you through a step-by-step process for learning the mechanics of the ninja's Kuji In 9 syllable mudra finger grip symbols, setting you on the path of progress towards personally building protector power presence.
Kuji Kiri - Spirit Protection Projection
Black Belt Hall of Fame member An-shu Stephen K. Hayes takes you through a step-by-step process for learning the mechanics of the ninja's Kuji Kiri grid of 9 syllable slashes, setting you on the path of progress towards personally building protector power presence.
Kuji 6 - Thought Projection and Receiving
Ninja Kuji-no-Ho 6 presents To-Shin Do An-shu Stephen K. Hayes' master coaching in a very special aspect of warrior thought projection and receiving - how to begin training to know what others are thinking and how to plant your thoughts in another's mind - that allows the highest of warriors to find the keys to victory when the conventionally minded see only a future of defeat. "Did you see An-shu Stephen K. Hayes win on the Discovery Channel ultimate ninja challenge where he had to get past two LAPD SWAT bodyguard specialists for access to a squirming target, in competition with 5 US Navy SEALS? This is how he accomplished the impossible - ninja kuji 6!"
The kuji are first introduced in the Taoist text Baopuzi (抱朴子smilie a poem written by Ge Hong c.280-340 ADE). In it he introduces the kuji in chapter 17 titled DengShe/登涉 (Climbing [mountains] and crossing rivers) as a prayer to the six Jia (generals of yang), ancient Taoist gods. in Daoist Magic, the Chia Spirit Generals are powerful celestial guardians and part of Tammon-Ten's (Vaiśravaṇa), The God of the North, Celestial Thunder Court.