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The Martial Stances of Ame-no-Ukihashi

Ame-no-Ukihashi, “Princess of the floating bridge of heaven,” a bridge between Heaven and Earth, or the Mind and Body.

martial arts acts as a bridge between Heaven and Earth, or the Mind and Body

Each martial stance of this art is taught by the use of the hiragana script. The movement of chi energy can be taught and weighed by the shapes of these letters, which were symbolic of certain body postures. These letters were known in the past as onna-de, or woman’s hand, among the onna-bugeisha.

The Hiragana is represented as the Ut Language in the art of Ninzuwu, that reveals the mysteries and meanings of the alchemy of fire and water, the knowledge of Ame-no-Ukihashi.

You must take each Hiragana while in the martial stance through all nine chakras descending in one direction while in the stance and ascending in the next direction.

Cultivation of Ame-no-Ukihashi and the esoteric knowledge of its martial form is found in the book entitled Ame-no-Ukihashi: The Ancient Martial Art of the Ninzuwu. Practice of this dance leads to the development of astral abilities and a deeper understanding of the movement of chi energy.

Ame-no-Ukihashi also known as Yuki-onna was a class of warrior-priestesses/priest who were named after the founder of their lineage and were known to train in the snow and severe cold. Their martial arts style was entirely mystical in its approach. Means of self-transformation that allows one to cultivate abilities that surpassed the normal human condition

The martial stances of the ancient shamaness were taught in secret and by the use of a set of letters and symbols. The movement of chi energy can be taught and weighed by the shapes of letters, which were symbolic of certain body postures. These letters were known as onna-de, or woman’s hand, among the onna-bugeisha, which later became known as hiragana script.

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