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21 March 2017: God! A chemist told me that today's sales hasn't been good and so if I can buy a box of whey protein. I already had one box, however, I bought another. This was few hours ago. Earlier today, I was thinking from where the top Indians buy chicken. Recently my physiotherapist had said that chicken is good for muscle building which I already knew, however, I don't eat chicken regularly due to quality concerns.

Just now I was praying. I pray to several Gods. When I started praying to Lord Hanuman, it came to mind that I should take two scoops of protein a day at different times instead of thinking about from where to get good quality chicken and perhaps that's also why I bought another box of protein today. I had taken a schoop several hours ago today. I again had another scoop of protein and then continued praying.

This reminds me of high school years when I used to keep fast on Tuesday for Lord Hanuman and I also used to learn martial arts then. I used to watch several Shaolin Kung Fu movies during my school years and I didn't know that I would get to learn it from the start of my college at Georgia Tech in Atlanta.

Moreover, today another physiotherapist asked me how's my grappling on which I said that I'm not much into grappling. I would rather not fight but in the worst case scenario, I've learnt more on how to end it quickly, however, which would most likely finish the other person and so I wouldn't fight even if I'm hit a bit and I would rather try to get away from it. My Shaolin Kung Fu and Tai Chi grandmaster said that he taught not for competition but to kill. I thought the same whenever I practiced for around eight years. I only see fight like that. I see martial arts more than just for fighting and which those people might understand who've been learning martial arts for years.

I pray to Lord Hanuman for love, kindness, forgiveness and protection. Jai Maa Kali, Jai Maa Mary, Om Namah Shivaye!

8th August 2013: My gym personal trainer in his efforts to learn some martial arts from me started using much of his muscle and bone strengths. I showed him a few things from my trainings from years before. He said that what if he applies his full power on which I told him to do so and that I was still able to make the technique work. There was another person there who was also trying to learn from me. I told them that there are many techniques and that proper training is required to learn and that they can't learn properly like this. I told them that there would be nice martial arts trainers around. A friend of mine runs his martial arts school and who these people also know. I also them that his teacher has stayed in China and learned Shaolin for several years and he also choreographs fight scenes in movies.

My person trainer was becoming competitive and told me that let's have a fight but not an extreme one. I told them that I know little and that I wouldn't go for a power fight but to end it asap however I can and hence I wouldn't fight until I've no option. I did show them a few possible combination moves to be done at proper speed based on his moves that would finish him. I told him that I wouldn't go for a power fight and would avoid fighting until no option. I said that power is also important because if both have similar techniques then power could make a significant difference.

I showed them basic punching to get them started but then said that I wouldn't generally punch with a fist because it can also cause harm to self and I would generally rather use open hands and other means. I wish that my inputs would be of value to them and also to martial artists in general. I miss my Shaolin trainers in USA. From my early years in USA, I had thought of bringing my Shaolin school to India. During school years before going to USA, I used to watch Jackie Chan and other martial arts movies and it was great that I had started Shaolin from the first semester at my college at Georgia Tech. I do wish to keep contributing to martial arts and martial artists around our world. Best!

3rd July 2013: God, Please bless women. If you want to fight abuse then great. However, please don't think that you don't have limits when it comes to fighting. It's great if you've guts to keep fighting, however, please also be careful about body limits and healing processes. Please don't mind but I mean the following in your best interest that generally it's stupidity which leads to ignoring limits. I wish that SAHARA www.linkedin.com/groups/SAHARA-Sexual-Assault-Helpline-Reporting-47..., Security and India www.linkedin.com/groups/Security-India-4667311, Health and Fitness India network www.healthfitnessindia.com, World Martial Art Association www.worldmartialartassociation and my other efforts would also be of value in this regard. If you like any of them then please support as you can. Best!

Updated months before:

I just showed this to a person in class eight since he likes cars: "Enzo car review - Top Gear - BBC" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7jsauspMmU "...that you're in control of something biblical, something utterly magical, something wonderful...".

This person, Shashank, in class eight mentioned to me about Fight Science on National Geographic and that we just saw "Fight Science Fight Like an Animal Tiger Style Kung Fu (Power & Ferocity)" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lCm5WiHda-0 video.

Also, "Animal Style Kung Fu - Snake (Speed & Accuracy)" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jPGS1ORua54 video.

Also, "Animal Style Kung Fu - Praying Mantis (Accuracy, Speed & Explosiveness)" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TlxkpQZ-FeQ video.

Also, "Fight Science: How to Move Like a Monkey (Strength, Balance & Co-ordination)" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhZubx05P9s video.

Best,

Shakti Saran

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Amazing! During morning, I had called the physiotherapist that if I could come during evening on which he had told me that he's off during Sunday evening. I generally take the stairs, however, today I went to the elevator because I was feeling lower energy I think because I hadn't had proper nutrition. Few seconds before the elevator came, another one came and that my cousin who's also partner came out with some wooden boards because we've been shifting our office. Parents weren't home and that if I had taken the stairs or if the elevator had come few seconds before then I would've missed him. He and I said it was perfect timing!!!

After physiotherapist, I went to the gym and first watched The Kick movie on the HDTV system of LifeFitness treadmill which has nice action. After that I changed channels and started watching Bruce Lee movie The Big Boss and that few minutes later, one person spoke about the kicks of Bruce Lee as being nice. It does seem that the martial art movies sometimes go way over the board in their action sequences. I do wish that they inspire people to be healthy and fit and possibly also learn martial arts for positive purpose. Best!

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