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    Psycho-physio Advantage in Combat. Mantram. Questions on Martial Art in the Mythological Past.

    Psycho-physio advantage in combat from the use of mantram. Questions on martial art in the Mythological past.


    The martial arts of south India are founded on the Vedic tradition and use mantram (mantras) to enhance aspects of training and combat empowering the warrior.
    I found some very thought provoking martial practices with deep and ancient Indo-European roots in this book.
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/When-Body-Be...sr=1-1-catcorr

    Although it is not the pure Vedic art (especially externally I would guess) the internal foundation is taken from Vedic teachings and from kundalini yoga.


    What explanations for the perceived or actual increase in power can people suggest?

    Are there any Germanic equivalent? Warrior spells or magic words that empowered a hero or activated the power of a weapon.

    What would be good mantras for a Germanic warrior for different aspects of combat, body and mind?

    The use of points on the human body to attack the Energy body is also a big aspect of the root art as Indra himself attacked vital points when defeating a Demon with his Vajra (thunder bringing mace). Are there any equivalents in western mythology?

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    Systema, the Russian combat fighting is also based on ancient Aryan techniques and enhanced by the tribal technicques of Cossacks, Tartars etc.

    It involves no prescribed movement, breathing, energy techniques, many use the continuous prayer of orthodox Christianity, no confrontation etc.

    Masters developed so far they can knock out opponents from a distant without physical touch by mental power. That seems to me the ultimate martial 'art'.

    Martial arts deteriorated to a sport and has lost a lot of reality.

    Combat fighting is constantly tested in real situations and enhanced through that.
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