Aura for combat

Wondering if you could tap into mystical energy – like ki, aura, vril, all that shit – to amp up combat skill or boost your strength levels? Like, shonen manga type shit. I'm talking about diving deep into the realms of ancient martial arts lore or maybe even some fringe science. So, if you have some esoteric knowledge into unleashing your inner warrior or becoming a real-life superhero, post some sources, personal experiences, and crossposts. Let's dive headfirst into this rabbit hole and see what kind of knowledge we can stir up. Appreciate ya!

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  1. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    In chinese the broad concept of internal martial arts is called "neijia", but I don't know how good it is. I've never heard of anyone using internal martial arts in UFC though so it's probably very far from the stuff you see in wuxia novels, or else they'd dominate.

    There was a sanda pratitionner in China who challenged masters a few years ago, and he basically won everytime ( until his credit score got downrated into oblivion for hurting their feelings )

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >There was a sanda pratitionner in China who challenged masters a few years ago, and he basically won everytime ( until his credit score got downrated into oblivion for hurting their feelings

      I find it wierd for it to be everytime.

      you whould think he whould frick up once specially with wierd mixed martial arts stuff. like I think he should have lost once maybe twice if unlucky.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      Basing the merit of martial arts off of competitions and UFC is a mistake. No matter how 'extreme' and 'real' MMA claims to be they will never let you break someone's arm, or poke their eyes out or do any similar such thing that would happen in actual combat. This is why striking and grappling sports dominate, not because they're inherently better but because they are far less likely to end your opponents career.

      For example, actual combat Tai Chi usually relies on breaking a dude's arm to end a fight, you take that away and you're left with something that's pretty useless competitively regardless of how effective it is irl.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        Not to mention that arenas are a ridiculous setting. A small, flat area without many obstacles, and the floor might be padded in some way. You can get away with moving like a moron in that environment if it helps you win.

  2. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    In a word, yes. No, you wont be juggling cars, but yes, in a fight or flight situation, if you get to the stage where you choose to fight, your brain does a massive dump of every endorphine, all of your seratonin, and of course, adrenaline. Your body has safety controls in normal life that prevent you from using 100% of your muscle strength on mundane shit, so you don't accidentally remove your dog's head while petting it. When the adrenaline hits, those safeties disengage.

    As for skill, if you've never thrown a punch, you're not going to suddenly be a pro boxer. Most likely, you will break your hands. If you have some amount of training then yes, the adrenaline tap usually does a good job of putting those lessons at the forefront of your mind. Skills you havent practiced in years will come rushing back in your time of need.

  3. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    I have allot to say about this when I have time to type in few hours.

  4. 3 weeks ago
    METEYA ᛃᛟᚢᚨᛞᛖᚢᛊ

    Yeah, it's called amping your vibrational level up so high that everybody intuitively knows not to fight you. It's displayed in your conduct and demeanor. If someone's foolish enough to still fight you then it's displayed in your reflexes and technique, not ki blasts.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      I said post sources and personal experiences. Read the question if you want to contribute or frick off.

      • 3 weeks ago
        METEYA ᛃᛟᚢᚨᛞᛖᚢᛊ

        You just made a big mistake, kid. I run 5 miles everyday and can benchpress 300 Ib. I’ll bash your fricking face without breaking a sweat.

  5. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Read this book on the topic. You can harness chi to fight with, but it's very hard and takes hours of practice daily for multiple years in a row. Chi'kung and Neikung are the two main systems that allow for usage of chi. Chi'kung lets you use chi, but it doesn't leave the body. So you can break bricks with your finger tips. Neikung lets you use chi that DOES leave the body. So you can get chi blasts from multiple yards away under that system, but there's maybe only 50 people alive in the world that actually are advanced enough to do so.

    If you just practice regular internal martial arts you will get benefits, but nothing crazy like with the stuff listed above.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/QMPJ91a.jpeg

      Wondering if you could tap into mystical energy – like ki, aura, vril, all that shit – to amp up combat skill or boost your strength levels? Like, shonen manga type shit. I'm talking about diving deep into the realms of ancient martial arts lore or maybe even some fringe science. So, if you have some esoteric knowledge into unleashing your inner warrior or becoming a real-life superhero, post some sources, personal experiences, and crossposts. Let's dive headfirst into this rabbit hole and see what kind of knowledge we can stir up. Appreciate ya!

      Take note that what John Chang practiced was Mo Pai, a school/tradition of neigong that is pretty much gone now. While it supposedly offered pretty decent progress at first, nowadays, with John Chang's death and his students not being really advanced themselvesm it's considered incomplete and even dangerous, lacking certain techniques that were probably known to Chang or his previous masters but now aren't, and they are important for balancing yin and yang energies, properly directing them as to not cause harm.

      While Chang was very popular himself (hell, you can find vids on him on youtube), he wasn't a master and he's not the only one practitioner of similar arts, albeit neigong in general is pretty much undoable from book alone and supposedly you need some sort of personal tutelage by a master who can prove his skill, as to not develop certain deviations. Still, it may be an interesting read.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        If this was real, wouldn't other countries try to capitalize on it? Sounds very powerful. Imagine Russian wrestlers reading these books and literally dropping people in body bags during tournies or some shit. Sounds dangerous if true. But I wouldn't doubt it. Anything is possible in this infinite universe

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          >If this was real, wouldn't other countries try to capitalize on it?
          They would. The issue is in the fact that the masters of various traditions are reluctant to tie themselves to governments - such endeavors tend to really frick with one's conscience, devotion to spiritual ideals guiding one's practice etc - and said master's students tend to inherit that disposition. It's like with western occultism - the rich and powerful may dabble in it, but the accomplished ones tend to steer away from such people and their vices as they impact one's practice negatively. Otherwise, sure, basic qigong is something practiced commonly in general, though mostly in Asia.
          >Imagine Russian wrestlers reading these books and literally dropping people in body bags during tournies or some shit
          Some martial artists quietly admitted interests in such things but no one will really claim much openly, not only it takes a long time of effort, work and dedication to get anything practical out of such practices, it's still opening one for ridicule. In fact, for all the potential I'd say that if one's just want to be good at some martial art or sport alone, putting the same time into mundane practice will bring the person faster results.
          Also, in case of eastern practices like neidan/neigong, you can't get much from books. In the end you need a master - and the rare, actually skillful ones with abilities to show rarely are accessible to outsiders, or even known to them, yet alone accepting students outside the small circle of their own family and friends.

          [...]
          [...]
          >mfw chinese xianxia webnovels were inadvertently spreading esoteric truths

          Xianxia tend to go waaaay too far into anime bullshit territory and really underplay the need for actual understanding and practice to get anywhere beyond what a mundane person could get with normal, decent practice. Yes, I know you weren't serious.

          In the book it mentioned that the rival thief that challenged his master's master trained under a school that was "just as ancient, and just as powerful" as Mo-Pai. I myself went against the general advice you listed about training alone, and eventually reached a point in "filling up the Dantien with yang chi" that one day I unintentionally burned a seat covering with what I presume was the chi 'leaking out' of my Dantien through my legs. The day after I went to a Chinese store and bought a tea that was advertised as "removing excess yang energy". That day I had a lot of stomach pain and diarrhea. I tried the tea again two weeks later after no meditation, and nothing happened. I just meditate to gather the chi now, but only for like 10 minutes a day. I probably won't be able to find a master since most that are would probably only want to teach other Chinese.

          I recall you mentioning such story somewhere before, I think. Interesting and a bit worrisome.

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            I'm just trying to do what the book says. Get people to realize chi is a real physical phenomenon.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        In the book it mentioned that the rival thief that challenged his master's master trained under a school that was "just as ancient, and just as powerful" as Mo-Pai. I myself went against the general advice you listed about training alone, and eventually reached a point in "filling up the Dantien with yang chi" that one day I unintentionally burned a seat covering with what I presume was the chi 'leaking out' of my Dantien through my legs. The day after I went to a Chinese store and bought a tea that was advertised as "removing excess yang energy". That day I had a lot of stomach pain and diarrhea. I tried the tea again two weeks later after no meditation, and nothing happened. I just meditate to gather the chi now, but only for like 10 minutes a day. I probably won't be able to find a master since most that are would probably only want to teach other Chinese.

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          If this was real, wouldn't other countries try to capitalize on it? Sounds very powerful. Imagine Russian wrestlers reading these books and literally dropping people in body bags during tournies or some shit. Sounds dangerous if true. But I wouldn't doubt it. Anything is possible in this infinite universe

          [...]
          Take note that what John Chang practiced was Mo Pai, a school/tradition of neigong that is pretty much gone now. While it supposedly offered pretty decent progress at first, nowadays, with John Chang's death and his students not being really advanced themselvesm it's considered incomplete and even dangerous, lacking certain techniques that were probably known to Chang or his previous masters but now aren't, and they are important for balancing yin and yang energies, properly directing them as to not cause harm.

          While Chang was very popular himself (hell, you can find vids on him on youtube), he wasn't a master and he's not the only one practitioner of similar arts, albeit neigong in general is pretty much undoable from book alone and supposedly you need some sort of personal tutelage by a master who can prove his skill, as to not develop certain deviations. Still, it may be an interesting read.

          >mfw chinese xianxia webnovels were inadvertently spreading esoteric truths

          • 3 weeks ago
            Anonymous

            it's not very esoteric in China

        • 3 weeks ago
          Anonymous

          Did you follow that book exclusively or do you also had other sources to follow?

  6. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Try SR for aura and energy and willpower. Try meditation for focus and visualizations. Try prostrations for repairing your brain. Those 3 I know every man should do.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      >prostration
      Redpill me on this. It always perturbed me to do that since it's a gesture of submission

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        You give fuel to your brain. It makes it better. Since when you move your head down you push all that blood into it. Every 2- 3 seconds you put your head down and give it blood then you raise up. Waiting 2-3 seconds and repeat. You just have to raise and lower your upper body. Start from 10 - 20 a day and work up to 100. I do 70 - 100 a day when I can. When you do them slowly and properly it takes some time to get a lot of reps in. For example it would take me 24 minutes to do 100 in one sitting. Because I try to do them slowly. Anyways that's my opinion of the truth

  7. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    You can but any master of vital energy knows that the real warfare is not on this plane. This is why the resulting schools of martial arts we have today first express the importance of pacifism, it's a holdover from the original principle of wu-wei. To make a long story short, it's a vain exercise.

  8. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    mike tyson did, he talked about not nutting months leading up to a fight, now in retrospect he ungratefully and ignorantly calls it stupid

  9. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    in a sense aura can be combat thing, if aura happens, i assume it presents some sort of willing before happening

  10. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    -10000000000000 aura

  11. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Growling
    strengthens your voice to shout someone down (paralyze with fear),
    tenses your core muscles before striking an opponent,
    vibrations in the skull relax facial tension

  12. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Doing powerful poses in the mirror

  13. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Go get a quarterstaff as tall as you are and practice spinning it and transitioning between different spins. Go slow first, and after you spend a couple weeks experimenting on your own go on Youtube and watch other people spin things, going frame by frame to see what they're actually doing. Your muscles are limited by your tendons and flexibility, so use the staff to help you stretch. You'll want to grow your hair out as you learn how to go faster so your hair will act like whiskers to keep your head safe. Practice walking backwards and sideways with your center of gravity low to the ground so you have to pick up your thighs and bend your knees more. Eat the fruits and vegetables that put hair on your chest, plenty of meat, and if you're not hungry for either then eat high quality rice. Spend time observing things around you rather than letting your perception skim over things. The point here is to put you into a position where you can understand what the frick people are actually saying about this stuff.

    Note: If you find you have no affinity for the quarterstaff, then look for another weapon that speaks to you more. I can only talk about what I've done.

    • 3 weeks ago
      Anonymous

      There is truth in carrying a big stick
      Something very VERY human about it, I'd say it's as close to being an authentic human as it gets. Not necessarily to fight, shepherds carry a big stick everywhere they go and even learn to sleep on it. It's a cornerstone to being human, as much as looking at the sky is.

      • 3 weeks ago
        Anonymous

        The monkey's branch fell, and then he was surrounded by wolves. His instincts to climb the branch he held instead turned it into the mightiest weapon of the ancient world. Sometimes the monkeys would lose their grip, and then the wolves would go into prey drive and chase the stick.

  14. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Hey, anon, pay attention to the thread you made, dipshit.

  15. 3 weeks ago
    Anonymous

    Buddha's Fist! ;~>

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