Before I go into the details as to why Kyusho Jitsu Chi Development is very important I must first make clear exactly what Chi is and why it is important to every aspect of life.
What is Chi really? Does Chi exist? Lets take a deeper look.
Science will be happy to tell you there is no such thing as Chi. What is Chi really? Why does main stream science say it does not exist? The answer is easy, there is no funding in it. Today, very sadly science has become a business, creating results based on FUNDING, and not FACT. To see this all you need to do is look at the bombardment of drugs ads on TV for conditions that the drug itself gives as a side effect. (Like anti depressants causing suicidal thoughts).
The human body, all mammals actually have 3 different circulatory systems. They are as follows:
Therefore the first thing to think of to understand Chi is that the body is basically a bio-mechanical suit. It runs on electricity. All movement, bodily functions and thought run via electrical impulses in the brain and the nervous system. Chi is an electrical current that runs on the outside of the nerves because of an electric principle called induction. Very similar to a transformer.
Proper Chi flow in the body is a result of good health and proper functioning of the body systems. And Vice-Versa. This is the basis of Chinese medicine and acupuncture. Acupuncture corrects body health by reestablishing proper chi flow. Each systems affects the other systems. The explanation is over simplified, but I know you get the idea!
Developing strong body Chi will lead to many things! However the most important is HEALTH!Therefore you need to be doing this! Next is the ability to help others heal, and finally it can be used in self defense. I know that sounds crazy, but it is true. The art of Dim Mak was based on this very idea!
Here is a video to teach how to create a Chi Ball.
There are ways to develop Chi. Mediation was once believed to be the only way to get a result. While meditation is certainly important, there are ways to jump start the process. Below are the links you need to start now!
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So how important is Kyusho Jitsu Chi Development to making Kyusho Jitsu effective? You can certainly study the science of pressure point self defense purely from the idea of nerve strikes and make it work. However you will find that is is far more effective when you incorporate all the principles, theories and YES the Chi work with! This all types back to striking actions, some which are very effective and others far less effective.
Kyusho Jitsu does not require any special conditioning of the hands, and unless you are studying iron palm with a real master I do not recommend it! It is far more productive to learn to manipulate your Chi and use this instead. Plus Kyusho Jitsu Chi Development also builds increased focus as well as "intention" which is a critical principle of controlling ones own mind.
Chi is however of Critical Importance in the study of Dim Mak. Follow the link below to learn more about the Dim Mak Project! You can also get a FREE video there on the development of Dim Mak
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Yours in the arts,
Grand Master Art Mason
Grand Master Art Mason is a professional full time martial artists and Kyusho Jitsu teacher. He is available for seminars and study groups. He resides in Brasov Romania
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