There have been many different Hawaiian Islands. The year 1734 was coral skeleton white sand and swaying Loulu palm trees. The year 1834 carried an innocence of the Kanaka Maoli people. The year 1934 Honolulu was much as novelist James Michener's epic work "Hawaii" described. It remained a magic and exotic paradise. On the old Chester Doyle Estate, South Hotel Street, Honolulu, was the Nikko Restoration Sanitarium and the Danzan Ryu Dojo. The business was owned and operated by a middle aged man named Seishiro Okazaki. He was known as a skilled physical therapist and a inspired JuJitsu Master. Danzan was a Chinese euphemism that referred to the island's fragrant mountain cedar trees. Okazaki, a Japanese immigrant, taught several hundred healing, defensive and spiritual techniques from the ancient Japanese Ryu to a mix of adult and junior students. Little did his students know that his Transmissions conveyed more than self defense and healing. For an inquisitive few, the Transmissions were lessons in how to enter and exit the void that surrounded them. The same void where Democritus, Aristotle, Pythagoras, Newton, Einstein, Maxwell and Planck's scientific theories of quantum physics play out. Okazaki knew the void as the Kiai and the Aiki. It was the Subjective Realm. Okazaki used the void for healing, self defense and spiritual alignment. Newton, Einstein, Maxwell, Faraday and Planck worked at explaining the void. There was a revelation for Master Okazaki. His students weren't who he thought they were. Through an opening at the base of a wooden fence, neighborhood teenage boys, Charlie and Lono witnessed uncommon events and clues to the Master's secret.
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Esoteric JuJitsu is a guide into the
Kiai and Aiki of the Subjective Realm.
While taught in the early Ju Jitsu schools,
Kodenkan is known for maintaining the practice of Transmissions and broad application of the concept.
Through a Sensei-Student dialogue, lessons
and revelations of the ancient Japanese
Ryu are revealed. All healing, self-
defense and spiritual techniques are
rooted and manifest in the Kiai and Aiki of the
Tori's intention and conviction, upon entering the Kiai/Aiki, must be honored by the greater Shen (Divine) to be effective.
Not understanding Professor Okazaki's esoteric teaching leaves the student with an art form that is solely physical and primitive at best.
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"The Kiai is not something you do. The Kiai is the space that you enter".