Congrats to new Master Instructor!
I’m late on the newsletter.
I’ve just been working on books,
and haven’t kicked my butt into gear.
the big news is…
A NEW MASTER INSTRUCTOR!
Master Instructor David Barton!
Here is his win…
‘I wish I could have found the Master Instructor Course long before now. This course has not only taught me the truth of the martial arts, but also how to pass the knowledge to others. The more I read the material and the more I listened to the video presentations, the more enlightened I became as to the realization of martial arts, their intention, their roots, and their virtues. I highly recommend this course for everyone from beginner to master. It has definitely changed my workouts and applications for the better!’
DAVID L BARTON
thank you, David,
and well done.
the point I want to concentrate on is enlightenment.
The more I read…the more I listened…the more enlightened I became…
He didn’t have to beat up the world’s champ,
or bruise himself till he couldn’t walk,
all he had to do was take a simple course and…understand.
nobody really understands the concept of enlightenment.
People study the martial arts to beat people up,
to survive on the street,
to be the best in the ring,
and so on.
But enlightenment is another game.
According to the dictionary it is…
‘To be enlightened is to have or show a rational,
modern and well informed outlook.’
To be smarter.
How could exercising cause a higher intelligence?
It can’t…unless it is matrixed and makes sense.
Only studying something that makes sense
will cause you to have more sense.
To tell you the truth,
that is a very inadequate definition.
Older definitions say things like,
‘To glow with light.’
do you want to beat somebody up?
Or glow with intelligence and understanding?
if you study the real martial arts,
and not just the beat ‘em up kinds of arts,
you end up intelligent,
glowing with light.
Most people can’t see the light,
but it is as if your spirit turns on.
You just have a manner about you
that comforts people
and causes them to be more rational and intelligent.
In the beginning martial arts were just about beating people up.
Do you think that warlord going to war
cared if the peasants he conscripted
He just wanted them to stick their spears in the direction he pointed.
But we’re different now.
The martial arts have evolved.
to tell the truth,
people have evolved.
want more intelligence.
beating people up,
unless you happen to be one in a million,
(talk about winning the lottery)
is a short career.
So would you rather study like a maniac for a few years,
and end up with injuries?
Or would you like to study like a maniac for a few years
and end up with more intelligence,
and the ability to study for yet another few years?
And to grow even more intelligent.
To me it is a no brainer.
And it starts with studying an art that is logical and makes sense.
Lots of arts are good,
but they could be great with matrixing.
A fully matrixed art results in faster intelligence.
Here is the Master Instructor Course,
which according to David and a whole bunch of other people
that I have announced over the years,
causes that leap in intelligence.
congrats to you,
and have a great work out!
May everybody have a great and smart work out!