THE TRUTH ABOUT MATRIXING
At various places through this site you will see ads for Matrixing. Matrixing has never been done in the martial arts.
Up to this time martial arts have been taught monkey see-monkey do…memorizing random sequences of tricks. It works, but it is so vastly inefficient that it boggles the mind.
Matrixing rearranges the martial arts and makes them vastly easier to learn.
Further, the original power of the martial arts is quickly resurrected. And I am talking real power!
What was at the heart of Morihei Ueshiba’s Aikido?
What did Zhang Sanfeng know that resulted in Tai Chi Chuan?
What ultimate truths were the founders of such arts as Karate or Kung Fu or Kenpo…or whatever Martial Arts you happen to study…nibbling on?
And there is truth there. Anybody who has done matrixing can attest to that.
Do you want to know those truths? Do you wantto know what those ancient masters knew? Do you want to improve your art until it is the best it can be, and you are the best you can be?
Let me give you a couple of examples of how the martial arts have been messed up.
A fellow gears his teachings for trophies, and loses sight of reality.
A teacher wins using certain techniques, and uses only those techniques, ignoring others that should have been taught to make a better, more rounded artist.
Somebody teaches for money, and waters down his treachigns to keep people interested.
Some guy puts two systems together, ignoring the fact that they don’t fit well.
There are entire systems which are actually separate from the fact of actually fighting!
And here’s a good one…Gichin Funakoshi arranged his methods for teaching school children, and then for teaching people of a different culture. How much was lost in that?
I know, you think that didn’t happen to you; that couldn’t be true about your art.
Truth…it has happened to every single art int he history of the world. And the only way out of this mess, the only method for fixing the martial arts, for putting them back together so you can get the original power, is Matrixing.
Consider the following analogy.
If I gave you 4, 6, 2, 9, 3, 1, 7, and Z, and a shaved cat…you would never find ten. If I gave you 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9…you would most certainly find ten…and nobody could stop you from finding ten.
This is the truth of Matrixing. A simple method for figuring out all the bad things that have happened to your art, and fixing them.
And here is the important thing…you will not be betraying your art, the art that you love…you will be making it better!
Matrixing is not geared to destroy arts, only to make them better.
And the truth is that any Martial Art that has not been matrixes is harder to learn, takes longer to learn, and is not as efficient as it could be.
And the cold, hard fact is that Matrixing can be used in Kung Fu, Taekwondo, Kenpo, even arts such as Aikido, which has no forms, or krav maya, which has become totally combat oriented, or arts with incredibly complex forms like Tai Chi Chuan, and so on.
Matrixing is like a computer plug in. You simply take the material, plug in the movements from your art, and suddenly your art becomes perfect. And you will begin to see things that you never knew were there! You will find and tap in to the original power of your martial arts…no matter what art it is!
Now, you’ve read what I have to say, and you need to find out if Matrixing is for you. The best way to do this is to order a course. And, to make it even easier, if you go here, you can get a course for half price. This will also sign you up for the newsletter (you can opt out any time you want).
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