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    Default What Chi is not ? what a Master is not ?

    Ok the first vid, you really have to watch it till the end to get the full laugh out of this one lol

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-x4iJM2aU4


    A quick recap, if your toes...your toes! are not in line it wont work hmmmm or your tounge....your tounge! is not in the right spot it wont work, now there is a contract i bet your glad you didnt sign "eh"



    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ar1yXYOsxQk



    "The human stun-gun" Lets recap, if you are an athlete or dont believe ...dont believe ! it wont work. Hmmm while i find it hard to believe that other school's are trainning their invisable force shields to combat the "Chi whammy" the sad part is that there are people who are putting faith in this and someday when the monkey slings the poo and they have to fight for their life..they may try and throw a fire ball...not good!



    Ok last one. This actually made me sad and angry when i first seen it, becase im a big ole softy lol and honestly felt bad for the "master".
    Im not a fan of hitting our elder's for any reason, but then again if he claims to be the puppet master and issues a challenge for $5,000.00, somebody might take that bet.


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gEDaCIDvj6I

    Ok recap, while i would not hold my hands in victory over something so clearly childish and flat mean, i also wouldnt put out challenges calling myself "master" if indeed i wasnt.

    Why did i post these, well i do realize i more than likely have set my own roof on fire in some eyes, but we have to as adults and practioners of traditional/classical Martial Arts leave behind these silly notions of mystic chi balls and taking out many opponents at one time etc.. and train for real life. Just to clrify, i cant stand the typical MMA attitude and dont believe they are the toughest men and women on the planet.

    Look forward to some feed back and once again no disrespect tord anyone who may be involved or interested in this or any other practice.
    "Mighty power like steel is our Kata and heritage which require a long time of practice and training. It is what men are seeking, just only for their self-respect and self-defense."
    MASTER MEITOKU YAGI

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    Default Re: What Chi is not ? what a Master is not ?

    Are you saying you CAN'T throw a fireball?!?

    Seriously, this something by Doc that is worth a read:

    http://www.martialscienceuniversity..../kenpo_chi.php

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    Default Re: What Chi is not ? what a Master is not ?

    Quote Originally Posted by Drew View Post
    Are you saying you CAN'T throw a fireball?!?

    Seriously, this something by Doc that is worth a read:

    http://www.martialscienceuniversity..../kenpo_chi.php

    Great post and thank you. I have never had the priviledge to speak/chat/converse on a forum with Doc, but i must say, he is very well collected in thought and undertanding and i actually will be looking up more of his thoughts in the future.

    Thanks for the link, i can certainly say, that he said what in one respect i was trying to say but with clearly more insighful understanding and a matured diplomacy, thanx again.


    p.s you do have to admit though, it is quite entertaining to watch a grown man try and throw a "fire ball" hahaha
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    Default Re: What Chi is not ? what a Master is not ?

    Quote Originally Posted by unshackled-chi View Post
    p.s you do have to admit though, it is quite entertaining to watch a grown man try and throw a "fire ball" hahaha
    I light my barbeque at least 3 times a week.

    And all I do is press a little red button.

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    Default Re: What Chi is not ? what a Master is not ?

    Quote Originally Posted by John M. La Tourrette View Post
    I light my barbeque at least 3 times a week.

    And all I do is press a little red button.

    Dr. John M. La Tourrette
    Didn't you read the instructions? If it doesn't light the first time, turn it off and let the gas dissipate before retrying. No more fireballs.

    Dan (I looked to see why before redaing the instructions) C

    PS, already a discussion on those here somewhere.
    There are things that are worth knowing for their own sake, worth finding for the pure joy of discovery.

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    Default Re: What Chi is not ? what a Master is not ?

    Quote Originally Posted by John M. La Tourrette View Post
    I light my barbeque at least 3 times a week.

    And all I do is press a little red button.

    Dr. John M. La Tourrette
    I don't bother with those 'remote-ignition' things for my car either.
    Just point, kiai and VROOOOOmmmmm.....

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