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It was so simple! This says it all. Gary rated it it was amazing Jul 22, Delivery and Returns see our delivery rates and policies thinking of returning an item? Lists with This Book.

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Great book, much information about true ninjutsu, this coupled with Secrets of the ,im will prepare you well. Amazon Prime Music Stream millions of songs, ad-free.

Not only did it provide great techniques for distracting potentially harmful people, but it also given me a sense of strength and agility of the mind.

That is the standard strategy, ignore the problem and hope it will go away. It doesn’t just tell you about the history of ninjas it also shows you a bunch of cool techniques. Published June 1st by Citadel first published June When it arrived I found that it wasn’t what I was expecting, and after reading about half of it I put it up on my bookshelf and forgot about ninka.


I believe the problem with the other reviewers is that they did not take it seriously enough. Secrets of the Ninja is, without doubt, the best selling book on Ninjitsu ever written.

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It shows pictures of a ninja tje passed a military guard over and over with different tactics which i believe is complete nonsense and if you try to sneak in any military camp with these skills you won’t be alive very long. No one else teaches what I teach, because no one knows it.

That is about a million dollars a year off a book that ashidx went out of print in Paperbackpages. Therefore, being Ninja, we shall not fight them. I’ve had a spiral bound copy of “Way of the Mind Gate” and its predecessor “Secrets of the Ninja” since I was about 12, when I begged my parents to get me this so-called “Ninjitsu Training Manual” for my birthday.

Forget these envy-oriented reviews! May 21, Toneh rated it it was amazing. Free Online Pirate Edition.

Recently I took it down again and re-read it front to back for the first time. There are some step-by-step instructions on how to do certain physical techniques, but these are mostly useless. Of course, he was playing to the mysticism and James Bond crowd, but generally teaching commercially safe martial arts in black ghis.

These two volumes are less about learning to be a warrior of feudal Japan and more about how to handle a real life situation in which you’d have to deal with an aggressor. Any other book with this title and my name is a pirate copy, not as good as mine.

Very good and informational book, I have to say it was pretty interesting.

Secrets Of The Ninja

Matthias O’brien rated it it was amazing Apr 13, On the other hand, while he demonstrates a wide knowledge of pop culture and customs of the ancient world, his knowledge of modern psychology comes off as somewhat primitive.


Over the centuries the sect which might be called sshida original Fifth Column perfected the art of boring from within. If you do happen to get by the guards like the ninja photographed in the book then the guard and his army are not very competent and most likely won’t achieve what there trying to aashida.

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The word “ninjitsu” originated in sixth-century Japan. I’ve seen a lot of people on the internet calling Ashida Kim a “hack” and basically saying that he isn’t qualified to be writing these books, but personally I find his smorgasbord of philosophies inspiring and optimistic. By this time they had sold many secondary publishing writes to paperback companies, one of whom offered to publish any new books I might pen.

The only legitimate “ninja” authority left is Masaaki Hatsumi in Japan. Want to Read saving…. Paladin Pr 1 June Language: The ONLY non-violent martial art known to man!

All the other Ninja authors have been discredited or fallen by the wayside.