Not a chance. Not that I don't rate it, I do. I just have neither the time or inclination.
I can state categorically that I have not improved. Jason does still teach Ninjutsu though.
As against Buji-flop?
My advice to you would be to stop making assumptions and concentrate on learning what you want , leave others to decide what is best for them.
If someone came to me to learn taijutsu I would send them somewhere else. But that said, if I felt they had "awareness" teaching them how to...
I agree with every word. Now there is a first.
The lesson being it took 25 years for you to realise that despite your best efforts to do your own thing, it wasn't saleable enough?
Which rather proves my point. But nicely swerved.
I take it your flip flopping is currently in a state of Buji-flip?
Well wasn't the idea that your taijutsu was sound before you took the test?
Had that stayed the case, the whole discussion we keep having about...
Of course. But its like spending your life building a steam engine. You end up with something there is little use for.
No, I most certainly am not saying its not a real test. Its a very real test.
What I am saying that it is a test of a persons ability to sense...
What Hatsumi passed a test to detect bad intentions when there were none? Thats a good trick !
But if they had not done those thing the person should not have passed. How can you avoid "no intention"?
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