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Cita: That is a good idea doing recapping for small amounts of time, at least to begin with. I will try that. Also I am going to try the magical passes again. I am going to do one new pass a day until I have mastered a set. Slowly but surely ha ha. :lol:
Try not to limit yourself in that way. I've learned the passes i know very slowly, but often in large chunks. i was able to learn the passes on the 2nd video in about an hour, quite unexpected. On the other hand, other movements have taken years for me to get to a satisfactory level. Just have to keep stalking myself as i do them, never thinking that i've mastered anything.

And if you're inspired to do more, great! Keep at it!
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Cita: That is a good idea doing recapping for small amounts of time, at least to begin with. I will try that. Also I am going to try the magical passes again. I am going to do one new pass a day until I have mastered a set. Slowly but surely ha ha. :lol:
Try not to limit yourself in that way. I've learned the passes i know very slowly, but often in large chunks. i was able to learn the passes on the 2nd video in about an hour, quite unexpected. On the other hand, other movements have taken years for me to get to a satisfactory level. Just have to keep stalking myself as i do them, never thinking that i've mastered anything.

And if you're inspired to do more, great! Keep at it!
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Thanks Bratsche. I think I will get a video of the passes. It may make it easier to learn them.
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Thanks Bratsche. I think I will get a video of the passes. It may make it easier to learn them.
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Thanks Bratsche. I think I will get a video of the passes. It may make it easier to learn them.
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If you hear your joints crack or pop in a non-painfull way can that be an indication of the proper execution or the tensing of the correct muscles during the movements?
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If you hear your joints crack or pop in a non-painfull way can that be an indication of the proper execution or the tensing of the correct muscles during the movements?
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If you hear your joints crack or pop in a non-painfull way can that be an indication of the proper execution or the tensing of the correct muscles during the movements?
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i don't think you can say that just because your joints crack, you have successfully done the movement. i used to think that after i did a certain series of movements and i got a shiver down my back, i did them right...and then i was told that i was seeking a routine.
Just be careful if/when you crack your joints, and you feel pain or discomfort, STOP! i used to do that when i was stretching during the day and it contributed to some major arm problems.

For more info, read page 10 in Magical Passes.
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i don't think you can say that just because your joints crack, you have successfully done the movement. i used to think that after i did a certain series of movements and i got a shiver down my back, i did them right...and then i was told that i was seeking a routine.
Just be careful if/when you crack your joints, and you feel pain or discomfort, STOP! i used to do that when i was stretching during the day and it contributed to some major arm problems.

For more info, read page 10 in Magical Passes.
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i don't think you can say that just because your joints crack, you have successfully done the movement. i used to think that after i did a certain series of movements and i got a shiver down my back, i did them right...and then i was told that i was seeking a routine.
Just be careful if/when you crack your joints, and you feel pain or discomfort, STOP! i used to do that when i was stretching during the day and it contributed to some major arm problems.

For more info, read page 10 in Magical Passes.
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Thanks. Sometimes my unbending intent gets the best of me and it becomes tempting to attempt to rip my ligaments from their bone. :angry: You said it has taken you years to perfect certain passes. How so? could you elaborate on that.
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Thanks. Sometimes my unbending intent gets the best of me and it becomes tempting to attempt to rip my ligaments from their bone. :angry: You said it has taken you years to perfect certain passes. How so? could you elaborate on that.
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Thanks. Sometimes my unbending intent gets the best of me and it becomes tempting to attempt to rip my ligaments from their bone. :angry: You said it has taken you years to perfect certain passes. How so? could you elaborate on that.
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I know what ya mean. Sometime (especially during the masculinity series) i feel like i could be so aggressive that i would rip myself apart! Doing them when i'm pissed, angry or frustrated may be dangerous.

Actually, i said that it has taken me years to get some passes to a satisfactory level. Every so often, i'll feel like i'm not doing a certain pass"correctly" or i'll forget how it goes (usually one of the longer ones). So i'll pick up the book and review it.
And for some reason, the Masculinity Series beyond the first group evades me. Just can't remember 99% of the movements. But i can't say that i've tried to hard to get them. Partly 'cos i'm a bit lazy and they take a lot out of me (can't do them for long periods).
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I know what ya mean. Sometime (especially during the masculinity series) i feel like i could be so aggressive that i would rip myself apart! Doing them when i'm pissed, angry or frustrated may be dangerous.

Actually, i said that it has taken me years to get some passes to a satisfactory level. Every so often, i'll feel like i'm not doing a certain pass"correctly" or i'll forget how it goes (usually one of the longer ones). So i'll pick up the book and review it.
And for some reason, the Masculinity Series beyond the first group evades me. Just can't remember 99% of the movements. But i can't say that i've tried to hard to get them. Partly 'cos i'm a bit lazy and they take a lot out of me (can't do them for long periods).
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I know what ya mean. Sometime (especially during the masculinity series) i feel like i could be so aggressive that i would rip myself apart! Doing them when i'm pissed, angry or frustrated may be dangerous.

Actually, i said that it has taken me years to get some passes to a satisfactory level. Every so often, i'll feel like i'm not doing a certain pass"correctly" or i'll forget how it goes (usually one of the longer ones). So i'll pick up the book and review it.
And for some reason, the Masculinity Series beyond the first group evades me. Just can't remember 99% of the movements. But i can't say that i've tried to hard to get them. Partly 'cos i'm a bit lazy and they take a lot out of me (can't do them for long periods).
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Can someone help me with some questions about the passes. It's kinda hard for me to explain. Sorry if I'm making this harder that it is.

1.The first question has to do with passes 35 and 36 on page 67. The first figures for both passes ie; fig.84 and fig.87, are identical. Both figures show hands bent at the rist and pointing to the sides. Yet in the description for pass 35 the fingers are described as "pointing forwards". Put simply. Why doesn't the picture for pass 35 match the description for that pass. Which is right?

2.Also concerning this same pass (35 on page 67) the hands are described as being 4 or 5 inches apart. I'm assuming that's talking about the distance from hand to hip and not hand to hand.


3. Ok two more. sorry. Pass 37 on page 69 requires that you move the hands 3 times in alternating succession ending when the heel of the hand touches the lower rib cage. This implies that the hands are brought closure with each movement so that on the 3rd movement the hand will come to rest on the rib cage. Right?

4. It's the same thing with fig 92 for that same pass (37). The description is that the thumbs are "nearly touching each other" yet the picture clearly shows both hands in-line with each foot upon completion. Help!
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Can someone help me with some questions about the passes. It's kinda hard for me to explain. Sorry if I'm making this harder that it is.

1.The first question has to do with passes 35 and 36 on page 67. The first figures for both passes ie; fig.84 and fig.87, are identical. Both figures show hands bent at the rist and pointing to the sides. Yet in the description for pass 35 the fingers are described as "pointing forwards". Put simply. Why doesn't the picture for pass 35 match the description for that pass. Which is right?

2.Also concerning this same pass (35 on page 67) the hands are described as being 4 or 5 inches apart. I'm assuming that's talking about the distance from hand to hip and not hand to hand.


3. Ok two more. sorry. Pass 37 on page 69 requires that you move the hands 3 times in alternating succession ending when the heel of the hand touches the lower rib cage. This implies that the hands are brought closure with each movement so that on the 3rd movement the hand will come to rest on the rib cage. Right?

4. It's the same thing with fig 92 for that same pass (37). The description is that the thumbs are "nearly touching each other" yet the picture clearly shows both hands in-line with each foot upon completion. Help!
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Can someone help me with some questions about the passes. It's kinda hard for me to explain. Sorry if I'm making this harder that it is.

1.The first question has to do with passes 35 and 36 on page 67. The first figures for both passes ie; fig.84 and fig.87, are identical. Both figures show hands bent at the rist and pointing to the sides. Yet in the description for pass 35 the fingers are described as "pointing forwards". Put simply. Why doesn't the picture for pass 35 match the description for that pass. Which is right?

2.Also concerning this same pass (35 on page 67) the hands are described as being 4 or 5 inches apart. I'm assuming that's talking about the distance from hand to hip and not hand to hand.


3. Ok two more. sorry. Pass 37 on page 69 requires that you move the hands 3 times in alternating succession ending when the heel of the hand touches the lower rib cage. This implies that the hands are brought closure with each movement so that on the 3rd movement the hand will come to rest on the rib cage. Right?

4. It's the same thing with fig 92 for that same pass (37). The description is that the thumbs are "nearly touching each other" yet the picture clearly shows both hands in-line with each foot upon completion. Help!
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