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art of ninzuwu

The Sword of the Ninzuwu

The term Ninzuwu is defined in the Vasuh language as meaning Magicians of the Yi Jing,” or one who is able to navigate through life changes. This navigation is a work of cultivating purity and virtue, for these are the double edges of the Sword of the Ninzuwu. We are well aware that what dies has never come back to life in the same form, yet its principle has always been with us. Therefore, we can resurrect these principles in us while disregarding what is not useful.

The Sword of the Ninzuwu is the collecting and refining of our thoughts and emotions which allows to betters communicate the Universe. Also Known as Ame-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi, the Cloud-Gathering Sword of Heaven.  It is used by the priest and priestesses in their communications with the Celestial Immortals and the Spirits of the Deceased.

The unseen forces of the natural world are communicating with higher senses beyond the five of man and are reacting to our thoughts and emotions whether we are aware of these processes or not.  Water is a symbol of emotions.  So the act of levitating water or the formation of clouds is an allegory for the alchemical process of refining our lower emotions into higher divine emotions.  When we are able to refine and direct our emotional energies then we are consciously communicating with the Divine World.

The journey to the immortal spirit is a state of consciousness, an eternal and everlasting arrive and go at once. The word changes extension for intention, and that’s how the light reflected from the edge of the sword Ninzuwu is felt in the world.

In  the Yi Ching the 5th Hexagram is Water over Heaven which is the call to raise our emotional state into that of the Divine World through internal balance using the gift of experience to refine our perceptions and intentions for the greater benefit of all.

In the Art of Ninzuwu the divine world is called Nyarzir. This is a Sumerian compound made of three parts, ny (ni) meaning awesome, aura. The term Arzir is made up of two parts, Ar meaning Plough or Ara, a reference to the Big Dipper and Zir meaning light or starry. This would indicate someone who has developed this body by integration with the energies of the Big Dipper, which takes place in a process called the Soul of Fire.

There is certainly benefit in reviewing the understanding of those who have preceded us in the work. We often find posts about those who are known for their work of spiritual cultivation. It is good in many respects to share these observations. However, it should also be made aware that the work is always happening now and cannot be validated by things that existed in the past for all aspects of life are happening now and all elements in life are the same though they may appear to change. The Yi Jing Apocrypha of Genghis Khan, states:

“Know that while the things in this world may appear to change, they are still in the same place. A glance between the creator and creation is the cause of time. Things appear to change, but they are still in the same place. Once consciousness is born the cycle ends and that which is aware no longer finds salvation in temples of prayer.  Heaven is the condition of our spirits. What crimes have we allowed to exist in the cities and villages of our minds? Surely, these populations live in fear for this is how the world is judged. When the abundance of wickedness that permeates within the mind destroys the spirit, the world will no longer exist. Immortality for us is the act of preventing a dark cloud from entering the residence of the soul, allowing the spirit a peaceful place to heal while basking in the light of eternity. “

 

In the Art of Ninzuwu it is known that our thoughts and emotions are the means by which we communicate with the Magicians of the Unseen Lands.  For example a plant doesn’t have a negative reaction to cigarette smoke, but to someone thinking about smoking a cigarette.  The unseen forces of the natural world are communicating with higher senses beyond the five of man and are reacting to our thoughts and emotions whether we are aware of these processes or not.  Water is a symbol of emotions.  So the act of levitating water or the formation of clouds is an allegory for the alchemical process of refining our lower emotions into higher divine emotions.  When we are able to refine and direct our emotional energies then we are consciously communicating with the Divine World.  Water over Heaven is the call to raise our emotional state into that of the Divine World through internal balance using the gift of experience to refine our perceptions and intentions for the greater benefit of all.

The journey to the immortal spirit is a state of consciousness, an eternal and everlasting arrive and go at once. The word changes extension for intention, and that’s how the light reflected from the edge of the sword Ninzuwu is felt in the world.

The Sword of Gathering Clouds of Heaven is the Sword of the Ninzuwu.  In Ame-no-Ukihashi: The Ancient Martial Art of Ninzuwu it states: Her priest and priestesses possessed a certain skill, known in the histories of mankind as Ame-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi, “Sword of the Gathering the Clouds of Heaven,” a technique of Ame-no-Ukihashi. […] Ame-no-Murakumo-no-Tsurugi, the Cloud-Gathering Sword of Heaven, is used by the priest and priestesses in their communications with the Celestial Immortals and the Spirits of the Deceased.

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