Evgeny Xaymaxan

Evgeny Xaymaxan

Evgeny Xaymaxan
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4 Blades

Sick apocalyptic hand-forged blades by Zombie Tools Not one for impractical weapons, in the modern paradigm, but these are pretty dope. If I was in a battle that went and someone pulled one of these, I would shit in my hand and throw it.

Duel sword belt

Functional Clothing Research Dual Sword Belt via Etsy. The ring at the back allows the weight of the swords to distribute evenly across the bearer's hips, and the angled frogs make drawing the swords much easier.

Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza (Hieronimo de Carança; 1539-1600?) was a 16th century Spanish knight, philosopher, and fencing master. In 1569, Carranza published a detailed fencing manual entitled On the Philosophy of Arms and its Skill, and Christian Offense and Defense. Amidst extensive philosophical musings, this manual presented a new system of rapier fencing based on science and geometry which he called The True Skill in contrast to the "common fencing" taught by other masters.

Jerónimo Sánchez de Carranza (Hieronimo de Carança; 1539-1600?) was a 16th century Spanish knight, philosopher, and fencing master. In 1569, Carranza published a detailed fencing manual entitled On the Philosophy of Arms and its Skill, and Christian Offense and Defense. Amidst extensive philosophical musings, this manual presented a new system of rapier fencing based on science and geometry which he called The True Skill in contrast to the "common fencing" taught by other masters.

Duel sword belt

Functional Clothing Research Dual Sword Belt via Etsy. The ring at the back allows the weight of the swords to distribute evenly across the bearer's hips, and the angled frogs make drawing the swords much easier.

Yantra Yoga: The Tibetan Yoga of Movement by Chogyal Namkhai Norbu. $14.38. Publisher: Snow Lion Publications; 1 edition (December 25, 2008). 418 pages

Yantra Yoga the Buddhist parallel to the Hathayoga of the Hindu tradition is a system of practice entailing bodily movements breathing exercises and visualizations. Originally transmitted by the m.

Roaring Silence guides the reader through a series of nine practical sitting exercises – constantly encouraging the testing of experience against the theory. It is more than a manual however – it explains the practices within the context of Dzogchen. It is down to earth and accessible, yet shimmers with the realisation of the path described.  http://arobuddhism.org/books/roaring-silence.html

Roaring Silence: Discovering the Mind of Dzogchen by Ngakpa Chogyam

The Flight of the Garuda: The Dzogchen Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism by Keith Dowman

The Flight of the Garuda: The Dzogchen Tradition of Tibetan Buddhism by Keith Dowman