One little step forward

Have a partner holding a long screw push and pull on you first using the flat end and your work is twofold. First keep breathing and avoid matching your breathing to external stimulus. Second don’t move away from the pressure but move a part of you that is not under pressure toward your partner or if we are working two on one choose a direction without running away from the pressure.
There is no logical reason to run toward the knife if the blade is all you see. Once your mind reaches to understand every knife comes with a handle you will know why we do this drill. We must learn to pay attention or we may pay dearly for it. A death or life confrontation in your community is the most acute example of it but it lives with each of our breaths.

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Sharon Friedman

Student and teacher of movement and Martial art. Husband and Father. I can rebuild you, I have the technology :)