Here is the newly editted video on Siniwali Drills
Here is a YouTube video on the Sumbrada exercise that you will find in Lesson 2: Sumbrada Video
Del took a deep breath. She let it out. Her voice was gentle. “That’s insane,” she said.
“Maybe,” agreed Lewis as Foss lunged at him yet again, “but it’s sincere as hell!” -John Steakley, “Armor”
The Code of Chivalry always needs to be considered in context. In my last essay, I discussed the idea that honor […]
Just added the Motherhouse’s 2014 Beltaine ritual to the Rituals page of the site and here is a Beltaine message:
Beltaine Message 2014
Hope everyone has a wonderful Beltaine!
In Her Service, Kerr
I practice Bojutsu, the art of the Japanese quarterstaff. One generates a great deal of chi swinging the bo around in a kata or form, and you certainly move around while doing so. Indeed, that’s one of the reasons that I’m attracted to that discipline. One of the best examples of this sort of energy […]
I’ve started working on Lesson 20, the first in the Paladins series and it is posted on the Lessons page. I’ve also updated several other lessons with newer versions. I’m currently 28,000 words into a new book on energy work which I hope to finish soon. Stay tuned!
In Her Service, Kerr Cuhulain
I have started uploading basic training videos to supplement the lessons and I’ve updated lesson 1. Check out the lessons page to view the links for these videos.
In Her Service, Kerr
Lois McMaster Bujold writes, speaking as Count Vorkosigan, that “Oaths of death before dishonour, given time, tend to divide the world into the dead and the forsworn.” Honour is a word much used by many people, in many situations, for many reasons. Schoolyard fights can erupt over a perceived maligning of a parent’s honour, even […]
This month I decided to talk about the marriage of creativity with logic. Many people seem to throw others into one of two categories. They are either “left brained people” or “right brained people”. These categories create limitations in people both by changing what others expect from them and what they expect from themselves. Almost […]