Kuji-in : Spirit Power of the Ninja
The Ninja (student of Ninjutsu) uses the Kuji-In to develop his mental and spiritual powers. Kuji-In is a ritual process that encourages the development of body, mind and spirit. It enhances the nervous system, endocrine system, energy channels of the body, mental abilities, comprehension, quickness of body and mind, and open the doors on great spiritual depth. It involves the combination of many tools to focus all of the practitioner’s attention: hand gesture, spoken words, mental visualization, philosophic contemplation, focus points on the body.
Easy to start, years to master
The moment you start practicing Kuji-In, it will take effect in various forms of enhancements: better thinking, quickness of mind and body, more willpower. Yet, Kuji-In will keep on delivering new abilities and expand your awareness over years of practice.
Adapted to everyone
Kuji-In was first created for everyone to use. Over hundreds of years, it was adapted in different forms for: martial artists, holistic healers, spiritual seekers and the general public. Our first approach is global, followed by adaptations to each tradition.
The paths of the Nine Hand Seals
|TO MARTIAL ARTS: The mind training techniques of the Samuraï and ninjutsu are now practiced by many adepts of martial arts who wish to enhance physical strength and develop near-surnatural awareness. This approach is mostly used by the Tendaï Buddhists or Shinto traditions.||TO HEALING: The healing techniques of Kuji-In are frequently used by Reiki masters, holistic healers, etc... The art of Tenchi Seiki Te-Ate is a good example. It is the most popular reason to learn Kuji-In. This approach is mostly used in the Traditional Chinese Medicine and lifespan extension of Chinese Alchemy.|
|TO ENLIGHTENMENT: The devoted practitioners use Kuji-in to find harmony and enlightenment. Generally Buddhists monks or spiritual seekers, they find Kuji-In to be elevating; Kuji-In helps free the mind from human limitations. No religion or belief is required to practice the Nine Hand Seals. This approach is mostly used in the Hindu and Mahayana Buddhist traditions.||TO STRENGTH AND AGILITY: A frequent use of Kuji-In can be found in all types of athletes from various sports and disciplines. Bodybuilders practice it for strength and endurance, while adepts of other sports enjoy the quickness and agility it provides. This modern approach is mostly used by people who follow personal paths, either spiritual, personal growth, or purely sportive training.|
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Qi-Gong and Kuji-in
Qi-Gong, specialized in Kuji-In. As we do not
pretend we hold the keys to the universe, we are afirmative about our competence
and experience in specialized subjects. Qi-Gong (also Chi-Gong) is the art
of mastering the flow of energy in the body, the mind and the spirit (Qi =
energy, Gong = practice). Kuji-in is a ritual buddhist practice that enhances
the human experience, leads to the development of psychic abilities, and will
eventually bring you closer to your personal truth.
Transformational approach: These teachings are the result of more than 20 year of experience of the nine hand seals techniques from many traditions. I have studied meditation and self-transformations with great masters, and have learned the Nine-Hand-Seals/Kuji-In/Navamudra from studying ancient manuscripts of each tradition. I did not wish to lock my avenues to a single path, therefore I am not an ordained Tendaï priest, a Swami of the Siddha path, or a Buddhist monk. Students of a specific path might want to complement their studies with the guidance of an authority of their selected school, if need be. I use different terminologies belonging to these different paths so we can understand each other while communicating. I teach the "transformational approach", which is a tool adaptable to other approaches, not a path in itself, thus you remain free to travel the path of your choice.
General and specific approach
Either thru the books, on-line or in class, our first kuji-in teachings cover a general approach so that the seeker may decide in which area of expertise he wishes to become an adept, and eventually a master. Once the student is clear on his choice, he may wish to acquire specialized training adapted to his needs, desires and beliefs. The website contains all the introductory material needed to begin with kuji-in. It might take a while for new students to feel the effect. The books contain the most efficient techniques that can be learned from a book.
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