It's Bruce Kumar Frantzis teaching the single and double palm change. He doesn't seem as kooky as he does in his books.
To me he was basically saying move horizontally or vertically and make up techniques that move in this directions.
the only thing I take from that video is that you don't know how to post a link to a video.
lol. Darn. I was half asleep.
What he says when he's sitting makes sense and I've heard the same sort of thing from numerous other experienced practitioners.
The demo itself and what he's saying during it wasn't the best representation of what he originally started talking about.
its hard to respect a "martial artist" who is out of breath after standing up. And what's up with the granny arm flaps?
he looks to be in severe pain w/limited mobility in most of his videos from recent years. probably why he's talking so much instead of demonstrating.
The guy was supposedly in 7 car accidents which almost crippled him. I would say he looks pretty good for a guy who can barely walk.
after 7 near fatal car accidents- I hope he gave up driving.
He's definitely is a crappy driver and is probably rich enough to have his own driver.
He is a little younger in this video but the technique demo at the end was lame.
"well that's a simple way; ON THIS PLANET,of looking at it"
Well if he actually has another set of eyes under the sunglasses on his head that allows him to Taoistly astro-project on to other planets to look at it in more complicated ways- that would be "KOOKY"
here is one from when he is much younger and doesn't look injured.
I like the first two apps of chopping and drilling. he shows the possibility of cutting off the attack while simultaneously striking.
but then at pounding, he shows blocking a roundhouse kick to the head with his forearm while punching the groin. I'd like to see that attempted against a muay thai practitioner who's really kicking.
If I'm not mistaken I think karate was the hot topic in this time period. Muay Thai wasn't so big in the US at the time of this video.
HIs books are entertaining, and somewhat informational. A good introduction, but more of a salesman.