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#169187 - 02/17/09 01:30 PM Re: kuji no in/kuji kiri/hand mudras [Re: telecino]
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Hey, great stuff here about Kuji-in/Kuji-kiri and related material!

As a student of martial arts and a seeker on the spiritual path, I have come across many people claiming one thing or another. Making claims is the easy part. Following through on them is the tougher part. Following through consistently is practically non-existent.

One thing I can safely say about this thread, is that the one called 'Telecino' here, is the real deal. The Venerable Francois Lepine, or as I call him Maha Vajra, has taught me much about spirituality, Buddhism, and the Kuji systems.

I have been training in his system for years and have experienced very real results. I am content that he knows what he knows, for I have felt it for myself and I continue to feel it as I progress in my own travels on the path.

With respect to all, I count myself blessed to have found such a teacher. He teaches in a way that is meaningful to me and to many others. His lessons have been verified through numerous classical sutras and text, that I have found through other channels and that Maha has provided. The message is clear and consistent. The messenger is too.

My thanks to Maha for his teachings, guidance, and support on my spiritual journey.

Tony Griffin

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#169188 - 02/17/09 02:16 PM Re: kuji no in/kuji kiri/hand mudras [Re: Daisan]
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I concur. I too have come across Francois Lepine, aka Maha Vajra a number of years ago. I've done all sorts of things, logging a lot of time in yoga, qigong, and various meditation styles under other teachers.

I realize that my opinion will not be a popular one. however, I've noticed that whenever I followed Maha's teachings, particularly his Kuji system, with regularity that moments of spiritual revelation would come much more frequently.

In times when I had financial stress, he never turned me away because I couldn't afford a book, or headphones for discussions. He gave me the books, and even money for headphones. He did not require any service from me in exchange, and it is out of a desire to repay his kindness that I decided to chime in here. Even though I went my own way numerous times over the years, he always quickly responded to my questions and offered guidance.

Shawn Zemba

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#425954 - 03/20/10 02:13 PM Re: kuji no in/kuji kiri/hand mudras [Re: eyrie]
sachslx Offline
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actually there is a difference between Kuji Kiri and Kuji in. This I find seems to be forgotten. Seems like all think Kuji kiri and Kuji in as the same art but this is not true. Kuji Kiri is energy cultivation....and Kuji in is the Shugendo/Shinobi warriors energy channeling as I know.

me, I am still looking for the Kuji Kiri practise

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