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Fencing atmosphere

Posted on January 19, 2014 | in Words from coach | by

Fencing is the exercise for a Leader (Chief) Master.

It is advance training in the force to win.

We are one team where everyone is winning time to be together.

Our will is to practice and refine ability for Self Defense against Evil with purpose to go through resistance and obstacles on the way into prosperity and progress.

The game of fencing has healthy, continuous nature and realized itself and us in it in fencing atmosphere.

The fencing atmosphere is unique environment created by collective (5/3) genius effort to provide healthy conditions for life in Harmony; where harmony is (5/3) or ability to continue. It is a sport like (not to kill) competitive relationship between opposite sides of life.

Basic duality of life we recognize as AC/DC and encourage our participants to practice sense of polarity, where collective effort to have prosperous “Life in peace & harmony” supports and power up work of the genius.

The active, living force presents the game of fencing as set of unwritten, gentlemen like rules. We call it “Code of conduct” and inspire everyone to participate in it with honor and responsibility.

The most important and vital parts of the code that provides by Fencing atmosphere are:

  • Life on Worldwide Supreme Noble Court for Peace

It is a permanent “High Podium” for Master, Genius and World Leader to reveal unique opinion on life progress and the way for the bright (prosperous) future.

  • Standing on a Start line and in safe distance

The start line is well established (by time & space) system that provides living conditions to act with respect & honor between acting opponents.

Standing on line signifies completion of the cycles of life.

On Universal slang or body language we call it “On Gard”. It is a metaphor that speaks about the new beginning (a new point of life) which is ready to start and incarnate itself from refined past or end.

Based on lifetime experience, according with inherited tradition & lineage; we passionately believe that does not matter how far away we are able to go forward or how much success we can achieve on the way back; after short brake, we are always come back to a start line.

That unique perception and firing faith always encourage competitive practitioners to reach a necessary level of understanding & performance where Divine, crystal whole can be discovered, lived and made visibly wonderful.

The safe distance (out of touch and smell) allows participants to be ready for an argument, so when competitive dialog starts, both opponents will have a chance to apply their ideas in presented reality; metamorphose the concept of their opinion into practical application.

  • Greetings

The game of fencing stars with salute or verbal respectful greetings.
It has a purpose to give our participants a stable platform to appreciate good will of an opposite side. To accept, understand and value necessity of a competitive partner to achieve completion.

We value ability to continue, in that matter, the end of fencing match (competitive dialog) symbolized by union in hands. It has an important message and deep meaning that leads opposite sides of life into understanding of each other and grateful appreciation in the future.

  • Referee

To prevent a rise of fascism or powerful dominion, we practice to referee.

That specific side of our training is leading society and its nature to a certain complexity; where the fencing atmosphere created by the colleague (5/3) genius effort has the ability to prevent any abusive movements (physical or verbal).
Its defends both opposite sides against abrasive hits, cruel attacks from behind or side-ways; and most important, it’s perpetually persuades members of society to continue competitive dialog until the end by not allowing fencers to turn back on acting opponent during the bout.

In time, that unique experience will become a powerful source of personal opinion to elect and vote for World Leader.

  • Protective clothing and sport equipment

The fencing atmosphere provides to participants protective clothing.

That specifically design and well-made type of body armor prevents fencers from being harmed not only physically but psychologically as well. At our school, we see dress code of protective fencing clothing as an honorable place in society, which is “Life-being as a Courtier” on Worldwide Supreme Noble Court for Peace.

The sport equipment that assists us in the game of fencing we recognized as “not to harm” and includes both sides, physical & psychological. On one side, fencing equipment design and made not to damage the body. On another side, we pay attention to details and do whatever is necessary to prevent cheating or winning by any cause.

  • a Good Will

At our school, we believe that better to die with honor in the brave attempt to defend life in freedom, then to cheat death and sell out treasured values of our life to all invading force of the fascist dominion.

In that context, fencing atmosphere welcomes to everyone, regardless of Race, Color, Religion, National or Ethnic origin.

  • Significance

The life of the Courtier (on the podium, theatric or diplomatic scene) offers fencing participants necessary conditions to feel important.

We have very confident opinion that sense of significance provided by society we are living and acting in, give us undeniable source of power to drive through our lives with honor and dignity.

  • Name

The competitive, fencing atmosphere unavoidably gives everyone at school equal opportunity to reveal their self-chosen names.

We believe that our names are kept “hidden” in earlier unknown qualities of the Universe. These qualities are like seeds; laying down in the soil until spring time, holding breath and waiting for a warmth and (all) welcome sun and rain to begin its way in grow, color and gift of our collective (5/3) genius effort.

To recognize these divine qualities, that is cryptic to a customer eye and to incarnate them on a new, wonderful level of performance and masterpiece is our cosmic and (self) chosen goal. It is our all human destiny and civil task.

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