六つの風手 (六気手) an Introduction to Dim Mak
Rokkishu translates into 6 hands (as seen in the ancient Bubishi as the 6 Ji Hands) and originated in Chinese Martial Arts. It is widely thought to be the precursor of the Goju Ryu form called "Tensho". (Image: Gokenki performing at left, Kenwa Mabuni watching to right).
What is presented in this film is two fold, first is the Gokenki lineage form called Rokkishu, handed down from Gokenki (Wu Xian Gui) to Eiku Chun who in turn passed it on to his son Yun Chun. Yun Chun is a friend and mentor of Gary Rooks and has graciously passed this rare form down to him. Gary has passed it along to me and in turn you with this first part of a collaborative effort.
We are working this form in a unique way that will give you the deeper understanding of the dual arts of Kyusho and Dim Mak. These two separate skills that many claim are the same are in reality quite divergent and different. It is not based on TCM, nor does it even target the pressure points of acupuncture or acupressure as they are also different paradigms and anatomical structure.
In this first release Evan Pantazi gives you the basic layer of Dim Mak using this rare form to uncover 6 hand positions and the possible Dim Mak targets that can be attacked. You will see the real affects of lighter attack on these dangerous targets and how the affects are different on the recipient. You will also learn the 3 additional blood revivals (one never before taught and vital for heavier Dim Mak applications). The next release will be Gary Rooks and the Electrical (nerve) components of Kyusho... with explanation of the importance of the form in conjunction so you can achieve greater results. You will also see the affects in actual application to more fully understand the impact on the recipient.
There are two versions of this film: the 3 hour film that is free to our Platinum Subscribers and a single issue that is half the length of the full version. You can make the best choice for yourself.
We filmed this for historical purposes and as a precursor to the following work on the Bubishi... this form however is not a part of that epic writing. Many of the hand positions are similar, but it is the ideology of the deeper uses for these crafted hand positions and the capability they have well beyond the simple fist or open hand.
This form is rare, the information is as well. We do not take your education for granted and we are fully committed to our subscribers continual education. Platinum subscribers, you may learn more in the 6-Ji Hands (free in the platinum level) video as well as the Bubishi 36 points (sorry due to multiple collaboration this is sold separately).
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