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Martial Arts / My views on Fighting Psychology
« on: June 23, 2004, 11:10:23 AM »
My opinion is that you shouldn't start with arguments why another martial art is better. I think if you take 2 fighters who are very dedicated and at the same level, one karate, one chinese internal art, there wouldn't even be a fight. When you need to defend yourself on the streets against someone who did an internal art and uses it against you, he isn't dedicated and you lead the fight.

And if it is friendly sparring I think it is wrong to say that internal arts are stronger then karate and jiu jitsu. They are ment to be used different than an internal art. But they are equal to each other about how effective they reach their goals. I believe this is a misunderstanding of karate and japanese fighting arts because, on the movies, chinese external and internal kung-fu where always better.

Also I want to add that I believe in my art and do not disrespect your opinions because believing in your martial art is important.

Other / Demons
« on: June 17, 2004, 10:00:40 AM »
I think you cannot 'become' a demon but you are one or you aren't. And if a demon can come inside you (whehew come one demons come inside me ^_^ sorry ) no you should get strength by yourself and not letting a demon in your body, that's evil -_- *ow really?* and fucks ya up. Really believe me. They are like criminals, they come back over and over because they want more...  :p

but good demons are nice people and won't posses ya.

Main Hall / Summer training schedules.
« on: June 15, 2004, 09:09:55 AM »
Working your muscles isn't about wrong or good. You should do what feels good for you and listen to your body. And you should never overtrain yourself or do to much at your outer strength as needed because you need to keep speed,strength and technique in balance. But if your body and energy can handle it, it is effective.  Also I have got a summer schedule and it looks like that one from Enlightment only I also work Sundays and start every day the same schedule with focussing on yoga, qi gong, tai chi forms, mind training and the social aspect also with drinking tea with my sifu and discussing about arrogance and such. Also we do artistical stuff like poetry and stuff for keeping the mind focused and stay peaceful and find motivation in the peace.

Hello and Goodbye / For Newcomers: about the right perspective
« on: June 15, 2004, 07:08:55 AM »
What you are saying is what I mean but my English isn't realy good. Thanks for correcting my post a bit. I didn't realize that you should take my words different than I wanted it to be. But also I think people shouldn't be so attacking with words to somebody's post. I think you should calm down a bit and don't let your arrogance leed to attack me with words. I only ment it in the good way... that is that a wrong view wouldn't take them far as they should take more with peace and "enlightment". And if Enlightment can claim I do not know much about life (what QiGong REALY is about) because he sees my words aren't what they ment to be and attacks me at my weak points I should think you need to practice some more. Because at the end the forms are for a better life... (this is not ment to be countering your post but saying what I think from it *with peace*)

Hello and Goodbye / For Newcomers: about the right perspective
« on: June 13, 2004, 09:04:32 AM »
For people who think they are interested in Chi because they watch DragonballZ
Words aren't just words. Words are more. And you know. (Wow it sound really wrong ^_^) what I mean with it is that words have got a meaning, and sometimes, a million. Only one meaning is the good one and you need to choose. You can only choose the good one if you look at it out of the right perspective right? :-) And this isn't a little article for the most people out here. This is for newbies  who are addicted to DBZ and related.

Take myself as an example:

I was a big fan of DragonballZ and wanted to learn what they did. There where some chi related sites out on the internet who made you believe you can fly, do kamehameha's and chi can become visible if it is strong chi. First, Chi isn't strong. Chi is Chi and also the Chi of your neighbours is the same as yours. Second, you cannot fly, (so climb out of that tree and DO NOT jump ^_^) And kamehameha's? Ask somebody else, but you? No you can't.

Now I will get to my point: Never start Qigong and stuff because you like DBZ
and want to do the same as they do. They make you look out of the wrong perspective and will cause that you cannot choose the right meaning of the words. Chi is about visualizing and if you still have the view out of the DragonballZ-Z world you cannot visualize things as you should. If you want to do chi, wait a couple of years after you quit watching DragonballZ and then ask yourself again: "Do I want to walk the path of Martial Arts?"  Now your mind isn't clouded by DBZ and you can answer the question and see things in right perspective.

This is what I have to say to newbies. (Not that I am not new to it, but this is something Id find out for myself and want new peepz to know also)

Enjoy your life,
Teike aka DragoniQ

* this is only for people who believe things in Dragonball are real because they have experienced the feeling of chi

if you watch Dragonball as entertainment get lost here and start learning ;-)

Body Energy Arts / when do you fight?
« on: February 10, 2004, 04:51:40 AM »
I only fight if there is no other way or if somebody hurts your reputation or honour. Fight, but let never guid yourself to a fight by emotion.

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