The Art of Ninzuwu: Mediation Techniques

 

 

NInzuwu ( Nin = 你 = you, Zu = 祖=ancestor, Wu =巫= shaman) is one who appears as an embodiment of change.
The Art of Ninzuwu is a mystical science of self-transformation, also known as Ryūjin Shinkō.
A Mix of Ninjutsu and Esoteric Shinto
The mediation consist of The Language of Vasuh language which resonates within the subconscious mind and can be used to purify this aspect of the mind.
Also the Armor of Amaterasu ohkami hand mudras/Kuji Kiri for focusing and evoking energy change.

All information can be found in the Art of Ninzuwu literature “The Ivory Tablets of the Crow” and “The Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami”
available here
Once the Initiate has activated the “crow,” the internal spirit, they can then communicate with other sentient creatures in different forms through the language of intuition.
The Ivory Tablets of the Crow
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The Armor of Amaterasu Ohkami
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Ninzuwu acknowledges a natural process between ourselves and those that we share DNA with.

 

“The language of the Vasuh (Footprints of the Crow) is a very mystical tool that can be used for the spiritual evolution of the practitioner.”

The process described in the passage above refers to the relationship between the subconscious and the super-conscious minds. The super-conscious is the “crow and its footprints are triggers that it uses to subjugate the subconscious mind. The subconscious is raw power, but is responsible for over 95% of our actions. It is amoral. Florence Scovel Shinn wrote:

“The subconscious, being simply power without direction, carries out orders without questioning…Working under the direction of the superconscious….”the resurrection of the body” would be accomplished.

 

“The mere reflection of these words caused that which is self-aware to stare at itself in darkness. Yet, it remains whole. These are the Footprints of the Crow.”

“The subconscious, being simply power without direction, carries out orders without questioning…Working under the direction of the superconscious….”the resurrection of the body” would be accomplished.

Shinn attributes the superconscious as being the Christ. We are told in the Ivory Tablets that “the mere reflection of these words caused that which is self-aware to stare at itself in darkness.”

This means that part of us, which is self-aware now begins to “stare at itself,” meaning that we engage in the act of self-observation.

 

We come to recognize ourselves as a true Watcher. This “darkness” is our subconscious mind. Since the subconscious mind controls over 95% of our actions, then part of self-awareness is understanding this function. The subconscious mind is non-local, impersonal. It rules not only our actions, but everything around us. The Vasuh language is a language of the fourth-dimension the subconscious mind, as the “mere reflection” of these words creates self-awareness. Notice how the Ninzuwu are described in the Ivory Tablets:

“Know that the realm of the Ninzuwu is a place of mirrors above and below, side by side. It is a world of reflection, but the Ninzuwu walk about in this Dream as upon solid ground.”

 

The Vasuh language resonates within the subconscious mind like no other set of words. It can be used to purify this aspect of the mind that we may gain immortality/constant self awarness. In this case, Ninzuwu describes an internal process that involves our gaining self-awareness. We read in the Ivory Tablets of the Crow:

Vasuh language resonates within the subconscious mind to purify aspect of the mind

 

Meditation practice is associated with a purification and activation of the kundalini and the chakras or energy centers associated with it. In addition, there are other disciplines that specifically address the kundalini and the chakra energies. One of these practices is the Kuji-In.

Nine syllables, also referred to as ‘’The Nine Hands Seals’’ or ‘’The Nine Cuts’’ are hand positions used in Ninjutsu as a process of ritual and meditation called Kuji Kiri. Outside of the Shinobi culture they are sometimes called “The Ninja Secret Hand Signs.” This should not be surprising given that many areas of the art of Ninjutsu are stereotyped as “secret” whether they are or not. “Kuji” is a term that is used to describe energy focusing, which is what is meant to occur when preforming kuji-in or kuji kiri. The nine hand gestures or cuts correspond with mantras that serve to evoke energy change and in some cases, inspire enlightenment.