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Jedo Military Arts Medicine

прыжокThe battle art of Dyto-Routh Iki Judzhutz goes deep into the past with his roots. According to some data, his age is 1,000 years! Although it's definitely hard to talk about the age of this art. There are contradictory data in this regard. It is believed that the art belonged to the ancient Takeda clan, where it has evolved for a long time. At the end of the 16th century, it was transferred to the Aydziu clan (Aizu) as part of a secret technology, which was only a high-ranking clan.

The original basis of Dyto-Roo Aiki Judzütsu was the philosophy of Aiki-in-yo-ho, or the harmony of spirit between Yin and Yang.

AIKI (Aiki no jutsu) and jujutsu are the main two ideas that make Aiki-in-yo-ho an art battle without weapons.

Jujutsu technology - included eyebrows, blocks, strangulations, impact on battle points.

Aiki no jutsu is the use of the principle Aiki - to push you when you're pushed. Aiki does not oppose power, but uses its own energy against the enemy itself. Aiki also predetermines an enemy attack. Aiki is only defence, but not assault.

Jujutsu and Aiki no jutsu made the technology the most efficient and adaptable to different situations.

To date, Daito-rook Ayki Judzütsu has a large number of different equipment without weapons (about 2,800 receivers) and weapons.

Many modern arts schools are based on Daito-rook Iki Judzius. The most famous of them are Ikiboudo, Ikido, Hapkido and.

It should be noted that anti-arms techniques or the minimum number of weapons for Samurai were only secondary. The focus was on the art of sword ownership. The samurai sword was more than just an effective weapon. Sword is one of the three sacred subjects of the Japanese religion of Sintoism. He was the pride of the Samurai and his privilege - the right to wear the Katana sword had only the samurai and their masters. The possession of a weapon-free combat technique could only be useful if, for whatever reason, the warrior was not armed, as well as to protect the inner peace of the palace where the entry of the weapon was prohibited.

The firearm that emerged in Japan in the 16th century has gradually moved away from traditional weapons. Moral. ♪ ♪

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