Sunday, January 25, 2015

Ennio Morricone - Giù La Testa (A Fistful Of Dynamite Aka Duck, You Sucker, 1971)


Non Contact Systema


NO CONTACT COMBAT

RUSSIAN SPETSNAZ SECRET TECHNIQUES ENERGY

Special psychological methods of influence by energy on the opponent.
Starting  enrollment is open to classes  for men & women in the system of personal development of the  Mind - Body - Spirit.
Training is offered in: Reflexotherapy, Breathing Exercises, Bio-energetic, Extrasensory abilities, Self - Control Techniques, Intuition, Intellect, Psychophysics, Internal Energy and Self-Defense.
The Russian System Based On Laws and Principles of Anatomy, Physics and Mechanics
By VadimStarov, SystemaStarova “Russian Style” Combat, Chief Instructor – Russian Spetsnaz
www.systemaspetsnaz.ru
The goal of any martial artist is to overcome an attacker as quickly as possible with a minimum amount of force and time. All humans are genetically born with abilities and instincts to survive in extreme situations, but the training methods for improving these abilities are different in each Martial Art. Different styles of combat around the globe developed their own methods of self defense and pass the knowledge from one generation to another. SystemaStarova “Russian Style” Combat carries old traditions of the Cossacks and the modern training of Special Forces. One of the unique aspects of Russian System that it was created based on laws and principles of anatomy, physics and mechanics.
There are no techniques to memorize; the motion itself serves as the technique utilizing internal wave energy, making the applications efficient and realistic for combat. Life is one continuous motion; constant change and adaptation are elements of survival. Russian Style utilizes the same elements of natural flow of energy in offensive and defensive techniques applying internal and external exertion of force.
Technique of No Contact Combat draws its knowledge from historical experience of Russian Warriors and developments of science in the area of reserve human’s abilities. This system is continually upgraded, discovering new psycho-physical abilities of the human mind. Throughout history, Russia was involved in many wars acquiring a great deal of combat experience.
Russian fighters were not scared of death, their mental training gave them courage and wisdom to survive and win; sacrificing their life for their country, family and friends was and still is considered a great honor.
The energy which makes the person fall without physical touch is applied to the energy field of an opponent. It works similarly to the remote control of the television, creating wave impulse which directs the motion and stability. In Asian Martial Arts, chi can be extended beyond physical body - in Russian Martial Arts the concept of chi is used in a similar way, adding modern developments of science as well.
Psychophysical training prepares SpetsNaz fighters to last a long time without food or water, travel long distance by foot, ignoring physical and mental pain and rehabilitating themselves in case of an injury. This method is an excellent tool for the improvement of personal health, in overcoming stress, in strengthening the immune system, improving breathing and central nervous systems, and in clearing mental functions. Training prepares and individual to become emotionally balanced, achieving positive results in one's personal and professional life.
To develop the sensitivity of the chi, exercises are practiced in a relaxed physical and mental state. Meditation techniques with breathing applications are used to tap into the sub consciousness, generating invincible spinning power, which catches an attacker and makes the body drop to the ground as if it was thrown or knocked down. It is considered to be the highest level of mastery in Martial Arts.
There are several steps in No Contact training. The first is to learn how to generate and use your own energy. Training prepares a student for the higher mental level, allowing the body to remember how it was initiated by using imagination and feelings. Training is done in the relaxed physical and psychological state – without the presence of thoughts, similar to being drunk.
The concept is to direct an opponent’s consciousness, an effect is exerted on the right hemisphere of the brain creating images and illusions. The opponent’s brain does not have the time to process the information making him chase the ghost. When a person is within this state of mind he becomes like a robot easily controlled. The task is to guide an attacker within the trajectory of the fall motion.
Start by finding something similar with an opponent: posture, breathing, same body motions with equal speed and rhythm using linear or mirror concept of copying an opponent’s movement. When connection is established, you become a twin or outward reflection. The concept is to imitate the opponent’s movement and then change it. For example, you can suddenly squat and lean to the side – pulling an attacker in that direction. An effect is applied to the brain creating an illusion. If an opponent is punching towards the head blend in with the speed of the motion, imagine that your hand is virtually extending toward an opponent. This will create an energy field and invisible connection between you and opponent, between your and his bio-system. The next step is to break that connection. The attacker will feel emptiness and fall or miss the strike.
The human brain is affected in many ways; it reacts to the information that surrounds us. Visual and hearing receptors carry thousands of messages into the mind everyday. The lifestyle of the individual at home and at work affects him on physical, mental and emotional levels. For example, you can make someone blush just with one word. Scaring someone will make the heartbeat faster. The ability of psychological influence on an individual or a group of people comes from individual mastery. Energy which is generated by the person is unseen, but the attacker can feel it. After the physical connection is made by copying the movements, it creates a bridge – which allows crossing over into the sub conscious giving one the ability to guide the attacker.
The main secret of SystemaStarova No Contact Combat is an ability to blend in with an opponent unnoticeably. The system of psycho-physiological control of an opponent is a complex process. Everything is important: the person who does it, an opponent, distance, body language and movement. Decisions must be made quickly. The brain needs 0.5-0.7 seconds to process the information. The energy is transferred during that time, otherwise the connection will be lost and you will need to start over from the beginning.
Another concept of No-Contact Combat is the use of verbal influence against an opponent like screaming or use of various sounds to create noise. This will shrink the consciousness and create feelings like stress, astonishment, fear and stupor. Unexpected signals affect the sensory part of the brain pressing down the fighting spirit of an attacker. The major goal is to make an opponent lose orientation and to lose control of his entire nervous system.
There is a lot that could be learned using this system, but it is more important to discover which natural abilities a person was born with, locate the source of your own energy and apply it to advance your fighting skills. SystemaStarova “Russian Style” Combat is adoptable with other martial art styles – widening the knowledge of new principles, techniques and applications, helping you to discover your own natural abilities so you can improve your fighting skills.
SystemaStarova No Contact Combat

These include:

the aesthetic pleasure of performing beautiful movement (spirit)
recapturing bodily co-ordination lost since childhood and thus discovering an optimum usage of the physical skills of the body (body)
the development of relaxation, calmness of spirit and stress reduction (mind)
the consequent establishment of robust health, deep healing and the rejuvenation and prolongation of one's life span
selfdefence skills effective for women and men well into old age
an education in one of the most comprehensive Russian martial 'arts' created
accompanying psychological and spiritual development.  

1) What is No Contact Combat ?

No-Contact Combat - is part of the "Super - Abilities" of a human. Thin element between contact and no-contact combat, is a complete faith in personal ability. Just like a painter, at first he amagines his masterpiece, and then he completes his work using the distance manupilation of the opponent.

No-Contact Combat Includes:

1. Personal Style Tactics, Techniques and Stragedy of hand to hand combat.
2. Ability to work with internal reserves of the body.
3. Bioenergy, energy breathing, working with energy.
4. Psyco-Physical visual ability to control an opponent, body movement, conversational (words), and breathing.
5. Illusion - grasp of the consciousness
6. Working with time - blending to the speed of an opponent.
7. Extrasensory abilities.
When you can give up and allow instinctively and intuitively, you can return any energy sent your way like a conduit. This returning of energy to its source means that the attacker gets back what he gave. At higher levels, this returning of energy needs to be felt as how it can be achieved does not seem possible.
The returning-energy phenomenon does not allow an attacker to escape receiving the energy that he generates. It is like standing a few feet from a solid wall and throwing a rubber ball at it as hard as you can. The ball immediately rebounds back at you before you can avoid its path. The human body can return energy in the same way if we do not fight the energy and just let it go back. The vectors can become very complex and almost impossible for the attacker to avoid.
In order to learn the basic elements - you need a teacher, who will teach you Psycophisical, Physical and Internal Energy, which is part of the "Russian Style" Hand to Hand Combat.

VIDEO CLIPS NO CONTACT COMBAT

MOSCOW - RUSSIA
Chief Instructor - VadimStarov
Phone: +7-495-543-8890

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Tom Campbell Introduction to M B T


Tom Campbell Introduction to M B T


Tom Campbell begins his full workshop "Reality 101" presentation at the University of Calgary.

This presentation is more science, more engaging, and more fascinating than ever before.

Some have said that metaphysics and physics could never come together in one complete understanding, but it has, in Tom's trilogy, My Big TOE.

Tom is first and foremost a scientist.

Thomas Campbell, physicist, Consciousness expert, and author of My Big TOE, presented a workshop entitled "Reality 101" at the University of Calgary, September 23,24,25, 2011, hosted by Beth Haley.

This video provides an introduction and overview to the concepts that are explored in more detail on Saturday. Gaining some familiarity with these concepts on Friday, enables the audience to better understand the more advanced treatment that follows on Saturday.

In this overview, Tom reveals the importance of the Double Slit Experiment, and what it tells us about our reality. You will also be given the scientific version of the Akashic records, precognition, time travel, auras, and other such phenomena.

He gently reminds the participants and viewers that "Open-minded skepticism is the only thing that can take you anyplace important."

So with that caution, enjoy the most important information currently available on the nature of our reality and our role in it.

Thoughtform


Tulpa

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
For the 2012 Italian film, see Tulpa (film).
Tulpa (Tibetanསྤྲུལ་པWyliesprul-paSanskritनिर्मित nirmita[1] and निर्माण nirmāṇa;[2] "to build" or "to construct") also translated as "magical emanation",[3]"conjured thing" [4] and "phantom" [5] is a concept in mysticism of a being or object which is created through sheer spiritual or mental discipline alone. It is defined in Indian Buddhist texts as any unreal, illusory or mind created apparition.
According to Alexandra David-Néel, tulpas are "magic formations generated by a powerful concentration of thought." It is a materialized thought that has taken physical form and is usually regarded as synonymous to a thoughtform.[6]

Indian Buddhism[edit]

One early Buddhist text, the Samaññaphala Sutta lists the ability to create a “mind-made body” (manomāyakāya) as one of the "fruits of the contemplative life". Commentarial texts such as the Patisambhidamagga and the Visuddhimagga state that this mind-made body is how Gautama Buddha and arhats are able to travel into heavenly realms using the continuum of the mindstream (bodhi) and it is also used to explain the multiplication miracle of the Buddha as illustrated in the Divyavadana, in which the Buddha multiplied his emanation body ("nirmita") into countless other bodies which filled the sky. A Buddha or other realized being is able to project many such "nirmitas" simultaneously in an infinite variety of forms, in different realms simultaneously.[7]
The Indian Buddhist philosopher Vasubandhu defined nirmita as a siddhi or psychic power (Pali: iddhi, Skt: ṛddhi) developed through Buddhist discipline, concentrative discipline and wisdom (samadhi) in his seminal work on Buddhist philosophy, the AbhidharmakośaAsanga's Bodhisattvabhūmi defines nirmāṇa as a magical illusion and “basically, something without a basis”.[8] The Madhyamaka school of philosophy sees all reality as empty of essence, all reality is seen as a form of nirmita or magical illusion.

Tibetan Buddhism[edit]

Tulpa is a spiritual discipline and teachings concept in Tibetan Buddhism and Bon. The term “thoughtform” is used as early as 1927 in Evans-Wentz' translation of the Tibetan Book of the DeadJohn Myrdhin Reynolds in a note to his English translation of the life story of Garab Dorje defines a tulpa as “an emanation or a manifestation.”[1]
As the Tibetan use of the tulpa concept is described in the book Magical Use of Thoughtforms, the student was expected to come to the understanding that the tulpa was just a hallucination. While they were told that the tulpa was a genuine deity, "The pupil who accepted this was deemed a failure – and set off to spend the rest of his life in an uncomfortable hallucination."[9]

Alexandra David-Néel[edit]

The term is used in the works of Alexandra David-Néel, a Belgian-French explorer, spiritualist and Buddhist, who observed these practices in 20th century Tibet. Alexandra wrote that “an accomplishedBodhisattva is capable of effecting ten kinds of magic creations. The power of producing magic formations, tulkus or less lasting and materialized tulpas, does not, however, belong exclusively to such mystic exalted beings. Any human, divine or demoniac being may be possessed of it. The only difference comes from the degree of power, and this depends on the strength of the concentration and the quality of the mind itself.”[10]
Alexandra also wrote of the tulpa's ability to develop a mind of its own: “Once the tulpa is endowed with enough vitality to be capable of playing the part of a real being, it tends to free itself from its maker's control. This, say Tibetan occultists, happens nearly mechanically, just as the child, when his body is completed and able to live apart, leaves its mother's womb.”[11] Alexandra claimed to have created a tulpa in the image of a jolly Friar Tuck-like monk which later developed a life of its own and had to be destroyed.[12] Alexandra raised the possibility that her experience was illusory: “I may have created my own hallucination.”

Thoughtform[edit]


Thought-form of the Music ofGounod, according to Annie Besantand C.W. Leadbeater in Thought Forms(1901).
thoughtform is the equivalent concept to a tulpa but within the Western occult tradition. The Western understanding is believed by some to have originated as an interpretation of the Tibetan concept.[6] Its concept is related to the Western philosophy and practice of magic.[13]

Modern perspective[edit]

In recent years, a subculture has formed online who create hallucinations or imaginary friends which they call tulpas. Most such people do not believe that there is anything supernatural about tulpas. A number of web sites explain the methods people use to create tulpas of this sort.[14][15][16][17]
Chidambaram Ramesh, an Indian author and researcher, has mentioned in his book "Thought Forms and Hallucinations" that the creation of thought forms and other mental entities like Tulpa etc., is the result of holographic mind processing.[further explanation needed]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. Jump up to:a b Dorje, Garab (1996). The Golden Letters: The Three Statements of Garab Dorje, the First Teacher of Dzogchen, Together with a Commentary by. Snow Lion Publications. p. 350. ISBN 978-1-55939-050-7.
  2. Jump up^ Rinbochay, Lati; Rinbochay, Denma Lochö; Zahler, Leah (translator); & Hopkins, Jeffrey (translator) (1983, 1997). Meditative States in Tibetan Buddhism. Somerville, Mass.: Wisdom Publications. ISBN 0-86171-119-X. p.188.
  3. Jump up^ DeWitt Garson, Nathaniel. Penetrating the Secret Essence Tantra: Context and Philosophy in the Mahayoga System of rNying-ma Tantra
  4. Jump up^ David V. Fiordalis, Miracles and Superhuman Powers in South Asian Buddhist Literature
  5. Jump up^ Ulrich Timme K RAGH, All Mind, No Text – All Text, No Mind Tracing Yogācāra in the Early Bka' brgyud Literature of Dags po
  6. Jump up to:a b Campbell, Eileen; Brennan, J.H.; Holt-Underwood, Fran (February 1994). Body Mind & Spirit: A Dictionary of New Age Ideas, People, Places, and Terms. Tuttle. ISBN 0-8048-3010-X.
  7. Jump up^ David V. Fiordalis, Miracles and Superhuman Powers in South Asian Buddhist Literature, pg 125
  8. Jump up^ David V. Fiordalis, Miracles and Superhuman Powers in South Asian Buddhist Literature, pg 130
  9. Jump up^ Dolores Ashcroft-Nowicki; James Herbert Brennan (2001). Magical Use of Thought Forms: A Proven System of Mental & Spiritual Empowerment. Llewellyn Worldwide. ISBN 978-1-56718-084-8.
  10. Jump up^ Alexandra David-Néel, Magic and Mystery in Tibet, 1929, pg 115
  11. Jump up^ Alexandra David-Néel, Magic and Mystery in Tibet, 1929, pg 283
  12. Jump up^ Marshall, Richard (1990). Mysteries of the Unexplained. Readers Digest Association. ISBN 0-89577-146-2. Page 176 describes Alexandra David-Néel's experience, as recalled in her 1929 published book Magic and Mystery in Tibet.
  13. Jump up^ David Michael Cunningham; Amanda R. Wagener (2003). Creating Magickal Entities: A Complete Guide to Entity Creation. Egregore Pub. ISBN 978-1-932517-44-6.
  14. Jump up^ Luhrmann, T. M. (October 14, 2013). "Conjuring Up Our Own Gods"The New York Times.
  15. Jump up^ Thompson, Nathan (September 3, 2014). "Meet the 'Tulpamancers': The Internet's Newest Subculture Is Incredibly Weird"Vice.
  16. Jump up^ Samuel Veissière, PhD (Sep 2014). "Talking to Tulpas: Sentient Imaginary Friends, the Social Mind, and Implications for Culture, Cognition, and Mental Health Research"Academia.
  17. Jump up^ White, Ian (November 30, 2014). "Love Me, Love My Tulpa". Paranormal Underground.