Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door

* Kosho Caging Theory

Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door is part 8 of the Kosho Core Concepts Series. When someone attacks you they are on an adrenaline high steeped usually with intense anger. And when frustrated they will become desperate like a caged animal.

Have you ever experienced claustrophobia? The irrational fear of closed spaces?

What if you could create this response in an attacker? Causing them to panic because their movement becomes confined. And they will not understand why!

And in this confinement shutting the down completely, or letting them escape only to run into a devastating flurry of counter punches and kicks.

This course will amaze you!

Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door

Is this even possible? The answer is YES when you understand the natural laws the attacker must and always will follow in order to deliver the attack on you.  This is the Kosho Caging Theory, one of the most fascinating of all the Kosho Core Concepts.

What is required to learn and master this theory? A proficiency that comes with training in the basics found in the Introduction to Kosho Ryu Course which is part 1 of the series. And that is the 12-6-3 Theory

What is in this course?
  • Learn to control the initial attack
  • Control what the next step the attacker will take
  • Trap the attacker because of his own anger
  • Control the fate of the attacker, let him go or destroy him
  • And much more!

People are very fast in the martial arts to wish to do damage to an opponent. And yet we preach self control.  Above all else do no harm. Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door allows for this to be a reality.

Mitose said "in true self defense there is not body contact." What does this mean? True self defense is learning to live in harmony. In harmony with what? All things, living creature. This of course means nature too. To become a man or woman of peace. 

Sometimes there is no other choice than to do harm. But even then this must be controlled. And only advanced understanding can assure this. And as I have said for decades, martial arts is a study, a journey for life, not a destination. 

Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door

This course is a great learning opportunity for you. And I am privileged to have been chosen to learn this information. Very few learn what I am teaching. Kosho Ryu is a martial art, a complete martial art, not a style. 

This course contains powerful information very few will ever learn. But we also have to make sure it does not disappear in a world of too many useless distractions. 

This is one of the most powerful of all the Kosho Core Concepts and also one of the most fascinating to discover. And it is very important to understand this information allows you to make choices. Using caging to escape a situation, "in True Self Defense There is No Body Contact," or do damage.  It is recommended to have taken the Introduction to Kosho Ryu and Kosho Skeletal Freeze Theories courses first to best understand this course.  This is powerful information!

Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door is one of the MOST POWERFUL Concepts in Kosho Ryu!

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Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door

Martial Arts training should not be looked at as an activity. It is rather a study. And a study that lasts for a lifetime. The world is in the trouble it is in today because people are not educated, they are indoctrinated. Therefore they regurgitate information that is not truth, but part of a narrative.

And the martial arts world has been affected by this also. Thus the believe that ring fighting and feats of physical prowess are the only way. There is no truth to this idea. These things have value, but are only a fraction of the entire picture.

This is something I hope to be able to change with my teaching, what I have learned from my teachers. And that is what the real essence of the martial arts is. It would be very sad for it to be lost to these times in history.

Learning is for a lifetime.

How often have you heard someone say that they are "too old for" something? There is not truth to this as age is a state of mind. Anyone can do the Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door. Age is a state of mind.

Too many martial artists my age have relegated themselves to talking about their glory days at a coffee shop, or worse social media platforms. Remember to "Never say Never" or "Niciodată să nu spui niciodată" in Romanian. You are never to old to learn, and as an example I am learning a language to the point of certifying as a speaker in my 60's. And I consider this to be part of my martial arts training!

Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door

Kosho Ryu is the study of natural laws, and language is hwo we communicate and teach those laws. Age is a state of mind. But if you are trapped in the idea that martial arts is ONLY physical, a victory at a tournament then you grow old. Relegated to talking about the glory days at a Pizza Hut as Hanshi Juchnik states it. And this course on the Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door is an important part of learning and study. Something you will want to do!

And the best part, if you purchase this important and amazing video course called Kosho Caging Theory: Closing the Door and are not happy within the first 30 days I will refund you. Just submit a Support Ticket. But I know you will love this! Do you prefer eBook on Kosho, check here

Thank you for your time and have a wonderful day! Keep Learning!

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