Kyusho Jitsu Experience Level
So today I ask a question? What is your Kyusho Jitsu experience level? And why am I asking this question? There are several reasons I am asking. But the one I am aiming at today is, "How can I help you?"
Without the knowledge of someones experience it is difficult to give them information that will truly benefit them. There is NOTHING wrong with review! But how many times can you review the same materials and still keep motivated?
Experience in Kyusho Jitsu can take many different paths. There are people out their who's experience focuses on the "show" aspects of Kyusho Jitsu. And there is nothing wrong with that! Myself I focus on the self defense aspects. The reason is I feel it is the most important!
Kyusho Jitsu Experience Levels
You can breakdown the teaching of Kyusho Jitsu into 2 main categories. The first one being from the "eastern" martial art aspect. And the second the "western" medical aspect. Both are excellent methods!
Personally I do both! The reason that I do was my Kyusho Jitsu teacher GM Steve Stewart. The reason is simple. Before he became the operator of a full time Dojo called Steve Stewart's Modern Martial Arts in London Ontario he was in the medical field. His knowledge of human anatomy was incredible! In later years he also became of Doctor of Acupuncture. He encouraged me in all aspects, Recently he sent me a message saying he was very proud of what I am doing here.
His methods of teaching and enthusiasm rubbed off on me. So I have tailored my programs to teach both sides.
Martial Arts Tradition
When I first created the Kyusho Jitsu World Alliance, which is mandated to spread the "teachings" of the science of pressure point self defense one of the first members asked me a question.
"Sir I am a member of KI, is this a problem?"
The question I really appreciated! And this student is still with me! Why appreciate the question? Because the more the student learns, the better you become. And everyone of us has something different to offer. Or it is offered in a different way! The answer of course was "no problem."
Thank you for reading! Experience is one of the greatest teachers and it is always beneficial too seek experienced people for your instruction.
Kyusho Jitsu is an amazing and fun journey! Feel free to comment here also.
Updated Editorial: While surfing the web the other day checking on my name online I found a "new" write up on Bullshido Forums. First my thanks to these clowns for the free publicity. However I must ask the question. Why has the martial arts world evolved to this? Has it become so pathetic that YOU feel you need "internet children" as watchdogs for an industry?
This type of information today is the reason for so many issues in the world. Putting value in something because it "claims" to be an authority rather than using you own common sense. It is all ego and very pathetic.
The ONLY Bullshido I see on the net in martial arts is BULLSHIDO themselves.
Train hard, do the work, get the experience and stop using websites of mass distention. While I completely agree with the right to free speech, defamation is a CRIME, and those who follow become accomplices.
However I did enjoy the write up as it was only negative in the sense that they call me a fraud because I know George Dillman and because I have spoken of No Touch Knockouts which I have always said have no application. But they don't research, just make noise.
GM Art Mason
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Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy
Everyday I keep working on my new eBook Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy. The scheduled release date is January 15th 2019. But I really want this done for January 1st!
What is Kyusho Pressure Point Anatomy? It is the Grey's Anatomy of Kyusho Jitsu! This is a must have for any Kyusho Jitsu or Dim Mak student! Last week I was offering a "Sneak Peak" of the book. And the response was so big I have decided to offer it once again!
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