Accessing the Mind of the Assassin

Olmec_Jadeite_Mask_3 Met MuseumFrom Ninja Mind Control
By Ashida Kim, 1985 (e-version 2000)

Introduction

 “There are no extraordinary men, only ordinary men in extraordinary situations.”

Those who have purchased this volume with the idea of employing mind control to further their own selfish motives will be sadly disappointed. Indeed, such manipulations would be considered by some to be “black magic,” and thus “evil.” Such attempts will almost certainly bring about the self-inflicted downfall of the perpetrator.

What we shall teach is far more valuable: You shall learn how to control your own mind. You are about to participate in a great adventure. You are about to experience the awe and mystery that reach from the inner sanctum of the mind to the outer limits of reality.

These pages contain the most profound and ancient exercises ever recorded. Do not begin them lightly, or without proper respect, for they are powerful in the extreme and will almost certainly change your life for the better. Once begun, there can be no going back to the past, or leaping forward into the future. There is only the reality of now.

These movements will balance the flow of energy in the body, thereby healing old wounds and filling the self with vitality. That is their first benefit. It is often said, “What good are all the treasures of the earth, if one does not have health?” These exercises will give you health.

This will not happen immediately, of course. The effects of all yogic postures, like those of meditation, are cumulative. One simply starts, and before long, one notices that some ache or pain, which was obvious at the outset, now seems much improved or has vanished altogether. Surely these rewards of daily exercise, the maintenance and well being of the body, are worth a few minutes of time. Surely you did not expect to read one chapter and have instant mind control over the masses. Whatever effort would have been expended toward that goal can much better be spent on the improvement of oneself; that is a far nobler mission, to be certain.

The second benefit of these techniques is the gradual development of the ability to direct, or conversely, to act in accordance with, the flow of energy within the physical body. With this power, one transcends the lower levels of consciousness that impede progress toward the realization of one’s true nature and place in the universe.

Once we have acquired self-knowledge and understand the way of Nature, it is clearly evident that no one can control the actions of another. In fact, if we can learn to control our own wants and needs, let alone our fears and desires, we shall have accomplished a great deal. When that is achieved, we shall no longer seek to control others, or even to interfere in their lives by giving advice. We shall glow with the vitality and energy of inner peace.

Seeking only to improve ourselves, we shall be seen as good examples to follow; and divesting ourselves of petty ambition in order to pursue this great goal, we-shall be known as followers of peace. Because we know our inner strength cannot be threatened, we are unlikely to feel the need for power over others. In this way, the true power can be achieved, because others, motivated by self-interest, will want to know how we can do the things we shall learn herein. And when they ask, we must tell them freely, and share all that we have, so that they, too, can find the Way.

Kinjiru, pronounced “ken-jeh-roo,” is Japanese for “forbidden” or “secret.” Beware, those who would journey here. Beware, those who would begin the inner quest in search of the Light, for there are dangers here. You will meet creatures of the id, the masks of ego. Dare you pass between the pillars of self-doubt and gaze into the mirror of self-knowledge? These techniques can light the path for you, where many have gone before. They can lead the way to the source, where all questions are answered and all things made clear. There is power here, enough to destroy you; there is love here, enough to make you immortal; and there is wisdom here, which is knowing the difference.

The key is practice. Wisdom may come in a day, in a single flash of insight; or it may grow slowly over the years-but come it will. A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step. The journey does not end until you concede that you have reached your goal. Once the wheel is set in motion, it goes on forever.

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