The Language of Unarmed Combat

In the White Lotus  system, the language of unarmed combat is defined as; “1. a series of behaviors associated with theprinciple considerations of the combative process. 2. aseries of behaviors associated with a practitioner’s physical processesmental processes, and emotional processes. 3. aseries of behaviors associated with the system’s learning processart form process, and/or combative process“. As an example, the language of unarmed combat is comprised of a group of signals that enables learned practitioners of the language to recognize and discern the many aspects of the combative process. The language of unarmed combat is segregated into two distant categories; 1) macro language and 2) micro language.Members of the White Lotus System learn the language of unarmed combat as they systematically progress from one exercise to another.

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Posted on September 15, 2012, in Combat Articles, Processes and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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