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Ep28: Heart of the Problem

Heart Of The Problem

Problem Identification and Solution Today we go to the heart of the political-economic problem confronting the United States, and the world for that matter, to find Constitutional solutions scholar-warriors can implement and seize the initiative. This episode is largely based on an article by Dr. Edwing Vieira: http://edwinvieira.com/edwin206.htm Problem Solving Requires Resilience The enlightened samurai-scholar […]

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Ep26: Dual Path

Dual Path

Universal Principles On The Dual Path A violent encounter caught on film against a female police officer getting a gun stuck in her face reveals deep lessons for warrior-scholars on the dual path of intellectual and martial arts, looking to secure liberty.   Have you seen the recently released video footage, out of Lakemoor, Illinois, where […]

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Ep17: Virtue Of The Sword

Virtue Of The Sword

Cultivating Virtue: Studying samurai combat systems, focused on edged weapon engagements, cultivates civic virtue, necessary to live a dignified life, & promote a free society. While not everyone can or need be a full-time warrior, all men have a biological duty and obligation to protect civil order through readiness, awareness, and deliberate action. Get our training […]

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Ep10: Technique

There are many forms & tactics in martial arts, yet Technique is something more. Learn the difference and how to optimize your training with this conversation on fundamental skill building for victory in all areas of life. Get a free PDF download out of Igensho: The Book Of Dignity at: www.everydaysamurai.life/dignity Pick up a tactical […]

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Iwama Embu 2018

Iwama Aikido Embukai 2018

Iwama Aiki Shurenkai 2018 Embu The Iwama Shin Shin Aiki Shurenkai, led by Kaicho Saito Hitohira, conducted their annual public “embu kai” demonstration in Tomobe, Ibaraki Prefecture, Japan in June 2018. The video of Saito Kaicho conducting a variety of paired sword practices and sword takeaways illustrates the precise nature of aikido as practiced under his […]

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Attack Cop Steal Gun

Toyam Police Officer

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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Hear One, Know Ten

Hear One Know Ten

Hear One, Know Ten Anyone familiar with Japanese culture or has taken a course on doing business in Japan may be familiar with the phrase: hear one, know ten. This is normally stated as: 一言えば十をしる (ichi ieba ju wo shiru). The statement alludes to the situational awareness and social attentiveness, characteristic of Japan, that allows […]

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Virtue Of A Sincere Attack

Often times while training in the martial arts a challenge arises when a partner reluctantly attacks or deliberately diverts an attack so as to reduce the potential for harm.  As an example, rather than striking directly into the face of their training partner, they direct the attack just slightly away.  Presumably, they do this as […]

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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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