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Ep42: James Williams Sensei on Crisis Response Part 2

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James Williams Sensei of Nami-Ryu Aiki Heiho continues to discuss the opportunity for martial artists to demonstrate leadership amidst the current crisis response. Knowing that the structure of the universe is such that a solution is always embedded within every problem offers a source of hope and a reason to forge ahead in the face of adversity.

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Ep36: The Martial Journey Of James Williams Sensei, Pt.2

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James Williams Sensei continues to share his unique approach to martial arts training, skillful aging, and personal development by releasing fear and subconscious programming in a way that allows you to focus on prevailing even in edged weapons engagements.

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The Martial Journey of James Williams Sensei, Part-1

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James Williams Sensei of Nami Ryu Aiki Heiho shares his path from boxer to teacher of samurai tradition to elite special operations units.

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Ep30: Incrementalism

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Incrementalism is the gradual path of encroachment upon individual rights that leads to tyranny.  Before someone can exert their will over you they must first disarm you.  This is why there can be no compromise on the fundamental principles of liberty.  Being well trained in the use of arms and actually having them in your […]

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Ep25: Grappling With Reality

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The Reality of The Times Criminal tragedies in the first minutes of the New Year 2019, reinforce the seriousness of conflict in the real world.  Securing life, liberty, and property requires training founded upon reality, where consequences matter not only for individuals but society as a whole. A culture that respects private property requires those […]

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Ep22: Awareness

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Avoid Danger, Promote Justice Capturing events on video brings critical incidents into our awareness like never before.  We can learn from an unfortunate tragedy and incorporate lessons into our training, so as to recognize the warning signs earlier, and hopefully avoid a similar fate.  Having greater situational awareness, informed from the transferred experience of others, […]

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Ep08: Engagements

There is no offense or defense, there are only engagements. Unifying philosophy, skills, and resources in pursuit of policy goals requires an integral approach. Learn how in this talk on the martial art of liberty & dignity. Learn how the components of awareness, readiness, and position empower you to efficiently transcend conflict with full engagement. […]

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Attack Cop Steal Gun

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An attack where least expected Japan is considered one of the safest countries in the world, yet a recent case highlights that an attack can emerge when least expected. A 21-year-old former Ground Self Defense Force member surprised a police officer in Toyama, stabbed him, and took his revolver.  The attack continued as he went […]

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8 Points For Realistic Aikido Training

Origin and Intent Aikido and other samurai derived martial arts are properly referenced with the understanding that everyone is armed, or has the potential to be so.  For this reason, authentic aikido training is ideally suited for military, law-enforcement, and high-risk security personnel. Aikido was chiefly informed by Daito-Ryu Aikijujutsu, which was a descendent curriculum […]

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Supine Cowardice

London has overtaken New York’s murder rate with knife attacks being so prevalent that six teenagers were recently attacked within a span of ninety minutes. Despite the restrictive laws in England increasingly deny the British citizenry any means or right of defending themselves, people there are seeing puncture wounds from simple tools, like screwdrivers. No […]

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