Authentic Ninjutsu and Samurai Bujutsu from Soke Anshu Christa Jacobson (宗家 暗主)

How The Ninja Used The TenChiJin (天地人) Ninjutsu Martial Arts Training Techniques (Ninpo)

In this video, I teach how the ninja used the TenChiJin as a fundamental method of martial arts training, to enhance their warrior strategy and their ninjutsu/ninpo techniques.

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In the Tomo-ryu tradition, there are three sections of training called the Tenchijin no Ho (Methods of Heaven, Earth, and Man).  Each of these three sections of training has its own principals, strategies, and philosophies in war, life, and spiritual refinement.

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– Tenton Jupppo (天遁十法; 10 methods of heavenly escape)

– Chiton Jupppo (地遁十法; 10 methods of earthly escape)

Jinton Jupppo (人遁十法; 10 methods of mankind escape)

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The Tenchijin refers to the connection of energy that we have to the heavens that we pray to and the earth that we walk on.  Without understanding this feeling, you cannot have the connection.  Without the connection, you cannot understand the feeling.  The Tenchijin is more than simple warrior survival strategies, but strategies on life and spiritual refinement as well. 

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This lesson is directly for the practitioners of the ancient Japanese koryu martial arts of the ninja and samurai, such as ninjutsu (ninpo) and bujutsu (budo).

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