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Book of Six Rings : Follow the Path of the Spiritual Warrior to Develop Your Sixth Sense

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ISBN13:

9780804841559

ISBN10:
0804841551
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/10/2011
Publisher(s):
Tuttle Pub

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This is the edition with a publication date of 6/10/2011.
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Summary

Survival in life demands that you press every advantageand what could be better than knowing what an aggressor will do before he does it? In The Book of Six Rings, internationally renowned psychic medium and martial artist Jock Brocas leads you through the process of sharpening your intuitive senses. By learning to listen to the voice within, readers will be able to avoid unseen dangers, discern the hidden intent of opponents, and evade attacks while building the life that they are meant to leadnot one they are forced to lead. This guide is for martial artists and spiritual warriors of all types. Readers will learn about: The link between budo and psychic abilities The importance of meditation in developing spiritual abilities How psychic development relates to martial arts practice Intuition-strengthening tests and exercises Real-life examples of the role of intuition in self-defense situations

Author Biography

Jock Brocas is an internationally-known spiritual teacher and martial artist who has lectured about taijutsu and spirituality within the martial arts at corporations and schools, and taught law enforcement and military personnel. As an instructor, budo practitioner, and professional psychic medium, he's helped scores of martial artists to understand and follow the path of the spiritual warrior.

Table of Contents

About This Bookp. 9
Introductionp. 11
The Ninja and Psychic Abilityp. 17
A Brief History of Ninjutsup. 23
Psychism within the Martial Arts and Budop. 24
How Ninjutsu Is Misunderstoodp. 26
Mastering the Egop. 28
Problem Egos Aboundp. 30
Budo Is a Pattern for Lifep. 31
The Lessons of Experiencep. 32
The Second Rongp. 33
What Is This Energy¨Ki?p. 35
Nin¨Perseverance and Endurancep. 40
Enduring through Emotionsp. 40
Persisting through Strugglesp. 42
Persevering through Manifestation and Intentionp. 43
Don't Give up on Your Trainingp. 46
Sanshin¨A Gift of Naturep. 47
Meditation¨Before You've Gone, You're Already Therep. 49
Developing a Peaceful Mindp. 50
Sanshin Meditationp. 52
A Meditation Exercise to Tryp. 52
OK' (Earth)p. 54
Sui (Water)p. 55
Ka (Fire)p. 55
Fu (Wind)p. 57
Ku (Void)p. 58
What Should You Expect?p. 58
Meditating Physically with the Sanshin Katap. 59
What do the Names of the Katas Mean?p. 60
Kuji In Hand Signsp. 63
Kuji Kiri Symbolic Cutsp. 66
Psychic Development and its Role in Budop. 69
Why Develop?p. 69
The Godan Testp. 73
My Views on Godanp. 75
The Pathway of Intentp. 76
Exercise: Shuriken Intentp. 79
The Subconscious Responds to Intentp. 80
Developing Your Psychic Abilityp. 85
A Word of Cautionp. 86
What Is Clairvoyance?p. 87
What Is Clairaudience?p. 88
What Is Clairsentience?p. 90
What Is Claircognizance?p. 91
Scientific Basis for the Sixth Sensep. 92
Tailor Your Skills for the Martial Artsp. 98
Now for Psychic Developmentp. 98
Start with a Grounding Exercisep. 99
Exercise: Back to Backp. 99
Exercise: What's in the Envelope?p. 101
Remote Perceptionp. 102
Exercise: Where Am I?p. 102
Exercise: I Hear a Namep. 103
Exercise: What Am I Doing?p. 103
Exercise: Are They Attacking?p. 104
Exercise: Who Is Pointing?p. 104
Psychic Techniquep. 105
The Psyche¨Evidence and Applicationp. 107
Messages from the Spiritual Realmp. 107
lan's Storyp. 108
Andy's Storyp. 109
Christy's Best Friend Says, "Hi"p. 113
Kris's Storyp. 114
Charlene's Brother Tends-the Familyp. 118
Examples of Tactical Intuitionp. 120
Police Intuitionp. 121
A Walk up Alvaradop. 125
Spiritual Warriorshipp. 131
A Warrior Is Mindfulp. 132
A Warrior Is Relaxed and Self-confidentp. 135
A Warrior Does Not Worryp. 136
A Warrior Is Self-disciplinedp. 136
A Warrior Is Gratefulp. 137
A Warrior Believesp. 137
A Warrior Co-createsp. 137
A Warrior Is Devoid of Ego and Desirep. 137
A Warrior Gives Servicep. 138
A Warrior Is Humblep. 138
A Warrior Forgives and Is Compassionatep. 138
You Have the Power to Changep. 139
Letting Go of the Egop. 140
Nourish Your Seedsp. 141
Budo Is Happinessp. 143
You Get What You Givep. 144
Your Psychic Choicep. 145
Wiser Choices Are Informed by Intuitionp. 145
Sensing Dangerp. 146
Exercise: Danger Is Nearp. 147
Cleansing through Trainingp. 149
The Importance of Listening to Your Inner Wisdomp. 150
Becoming Victoriousp. 151
Transcending Martial Conflictsp. 155
Conclusionp. 157
Bibliographyp. 159
About the Authorp. 160
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