Budo Taijutsu is a practical natural real fighting and philosophical martial arts system In the Bujinkan dojos we practice techniques, wazas, principles and. Apr 15, Bujinkan Budo taijutsu is about NOT fighting. myojutsu. just be a cat. no fancy techniques, no esoteric skills, just do what cats do: catch mice. Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is a traditional Japanese martial art that teaches effective ways of Bojutsu – long, medium and short stick and staff techniques.

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Takamatsu Sensei spent a great deal of his life fighting, but then spent the rest of it as a monk to distance himself from it. Thanks to his sacrifice, he has given us a taste of this reality through Hatsumi Sensei. We are not a competitive art, so we must be referring to a fight then. The mindset that is taught is NOT to fight, and furthermore avoid conflict all together. Ninpo teaches to dissipate the fight and to not even be there. This mindset is developed through combat training nevertheless, but the training although physical, is focused at a mental and spiritual bbujinkan.

The result is an internalized ability to react in an uncommon sense way. The element of surprise! The ultimate martial artist is the one who never has to fight. But in the time of a fight, does not hesitate to take action.

The type of action is infinite and the state of the times plays a role. This is a life martial art that allows for personal development and achievement of personal potential. There are no restrictions due to the human limit of the peak of physical prowess or athletic ability.

In a sense, there are no restrictions. Again, fighting is the last resort. In a fight, luck plays a large part as does the ability to read the air. It is should be done at early stages of training when the body best accepts it.

A formula for this is already provided by the Bujinkan. April 15, at 3: Learning to avoid a confrontation and yet still be prepared to defend ones self is the main reason I became a Bujinkan member. If people want to fight, competitively or not, there are many places they can go to that will train them for that … just leave us to our personal growth. April 15, at 6: I agree and disagree as does your article.

The bujinkan formed out of 9 seperate schools now blending to one action. Is to move in simple form not to fight or be in a fight. Not a sport combat art but an understanding of life and preserving it and in unfortunate truth some life is lost.

Is Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu a Combat Art?

Out of all the martial arts I have been involved in I think the Bujinkan still keeps this heart attitude a sleeping tiger. We are learning this art to become better people part of that process is seeing how weak and vulnerable we all are in or through our training. Just my simple thoughts. Nate in Washington said: April 16, at Wilson Sensei, the last sentence above is complete. No comment is possible, thank you for this deep lesson.


I will think about this. April 16, at 6: April 16, at 8: April 17, at 4: And remember Bujinkan means the Divine Hall Warrior, and what do warriors do best?

April 17, at 6: After eating something he laid down to rest on the bench by the table while he looked at the noon sky at that moment he saw on the roof of the old house an old cat that was doing the same; it was laying down resting comfortably under the weak autumn sun light.

Musashi also noticed that several flies that had been bothering him suddenly disappeared while something big and dark drew big circles in the sky. With a subtle move the old cat had jumped to the floor in front of Musashi while the hawk climbed away furiously cawing. The old cat had the spirit of Budo. The old cat was able to time the movements of his mortal enemy and get out of the way. Without fighting it had won.

The real martial artist avoids to fight but is prepared for the ultimate fight. April 20, at 8: So our training provides us with proven methods Waza to interact with our environment in the safest and best way possible. To me there is no difference between a punch, a verbal attack and even a psychic attack. These are just different levels of vibration or energy. So when looking to answers to help me in what life can throw at you, I always look for the kamae and waza and what best defines the situation.

Of course in Ninpo, this is not only a non-physical movement, but is also totally un-obvious to your opponent. I find the greatest skill in this is leave them believing that they actually won the confrontation, since they do not feel the need for retaliation. Again, as training progresses, like Taijutsu in the Dojo, this happens naturally, without any need for the brain to calculate and it is only realised afterwards, what actually happened.

April 21, at 5: Because what you say is true, I can keep my motivation alive. I did it all, teakondo, kung fu, kick-boxing, tai-boxing, boxing, techniqus, and more. I practiced seriously and sincere.

And I got pretty good in all of them. BUT, there was always someone bigger, faster, stronger, better. I had many real fights, but I was never comfortable.

Than 20 years ago I came across what they called ninjutsu, and I was taijusu. The point was to survive and protect. Now some 20 years later, after being a bodyguard for some years even worked for H. If our art would be a combat art. I could never stay. Every intelligent human techmiques understands that combat will only give temporary satisfaction if you win. It will never solve the problem. Our art is not about fighting alone. It is a way our ancestors try to teach us a way to overcome misery.


I totally agree with you.

May 1, at Thanks for this blog, Doug. It is always inspirational. Years ago, I carried a firearm when I worked as a PI. That was a lot like this budo. I knew it was there and I trained with it. Because of that lethality, combat taijutdu the last thing I wanted to find.

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September 28, at 7: I believe that Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu is a combat art. We are trained to fight and if necessary, kill. We are also, however, trained not to fight unless there is no other alternative. We are trained to be peaceful and not seek out fights, but should one arise we are taught to handle it with great efficiency and end it as quickly as possible. Bujinkan Budo Taijutsu teaches one to survive any situation. May 14, at June 13, at 1: I know this is a late post, but this brings to light something I feel is relevant to a recent situation in my own life.

I was at my local bank recently getting some money for lunch when a man who had came in the bank after me was meeting a teller at one of the desks.

I was a little impatient that day as I was in-between classes at school and was trying to get a lunch break in and get gone. For some reason I was constantly delayed. Suddenly the man who had come in afterwards was yelling and cursing the teller. I looked over at them as they were in an area behind me. He cursed, yelled and got angry with her because she had followed bank policy to ask for an identification for his account apparently because this is what he was screaming about and spit in her face.

As he began to walk out, I got an eerie feeling from him. I was in the back of the line of about 4 people, and near the door. So he was going to pass by me.

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He stopped, drew back and punched into the windows and smashed one out. Turning fast he turned directly on me. I had options, sure.