Tuite’s Inner Meaning

June 28, 2019 | By | 2 Comments



It's True Value

And it is not in destroying the joint,although it could be. There is a deeper mechanism at work in Kyusho joint attacks, that affects the entire neurological system as it radically changes the opponents physiology... not to mention psychology (when your body does not function normally, your mind looses control as well).

What is evident in the study of the Bubishi, was that the writer of the book and creators of specific Martial Method, knew this. I say evident as it is documented in the Bubishi once you have the keys to open this cryptographic record or document.

Basically the joints are tied in with the reflexes, they are in turn tied into the subconscious brain (80 - 90% of your brain operations) as well as the autonomic nervous system. By comparison the 10 - 20% of our brain is the conscious which involves the somatic nerve system, those responsible for muscle actions we control. Typical Martial Arts act from and attack the somatic aspects of the opponent, but that is only 10 - 20% of them and a good reason a body can take a beating and continue to fight. But by affecting the joints properly, you are tapping into 80 - 90% of the human... far more devastating and injurious to the opponent.

This is just a small bit of the full picture and potential, we have greater explanation and detail for our Platinum Subscribers as always.

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  1. Jon M says:

    First, let me say how awesome the new graphics are. I would probably be distracted if it were “live” video, but I was able to listen, watch, and absorb at the same time.

    Second, My wife and I are currently finishing up the last leg of a big birthday trip to Japan. I met a younger gentleman tonight who practices a traditional art and has been traveling to the island for 20 yrs and has been in and out of 60 dojo’s here ,looking for “the real thing”. I bought him a beer and we talked a bit. I gave him some encouragement.

    But, this made me think about my experience with Kyushu. And you know my history with the 3 masters seminars, and the Ryukyu school, and all that. I might be that kid I spoke to tonight, if it were not for the contributions you and your fellow researchers have made to deciphering, unlocking, and presenting this information to us the way that you do. Maybe you hear this all the time, and I know that all the travel has been tough, but we are all forever grateful for your dedication and service to the Arts.

    So I just logged on, (I will fix my membership issue when I get back,), and I saw this new topic. It is something I understood for a while, except for the use of the Ji hands, though working with and watching Wally and Leon , I was doing some small bit of that already. I look forward to lengthy discussions in the platinum section. This trip
    Has recharged the ol battery. Btw, sorry I missed the NY seminar, father in laws 95th birthday. Hope all went well. Hope some discussions have started.

  2. admin says:

    You are welcome for the information, it is a passion. Enjoy your trip and maybe we will see you in New York next year!

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