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    24 November, 2017 
 
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Philosophy aspects of SYSTEMA

There is a reason why Russian Martial Art is called SYSTEMA. It is a complete set of concepts and training components that enhance one’s life.

In this case, acquiring the martial art skill is a way to improve the function of all seven physiological systems of the body and all three levels of human abilities the physical, the psychological and the spiritual.

The key principle of the Russian Systema is non-destruction.

The goal is to make sure that your training and your attitudes do no damage to the body or the psyche of you or your partners.

Systema is designed to create, build and strengthen your body, your psyche, your family and your country.

Systema has another name “poznai sebia” or “Know Yourself”.

What does it really mean to Understand Yourself? It is not just to know what your strengths and weaknesses are, that is good but fairly superficial.

Training in Russian Martial Art is one of the sure ways to see the full extent of our limitations – to see how proud and weak we really are.

Systema allows us to gain the true strength of spirit that comes from humility and clarity in seeing the purpose of our life.

As the roots of the Russian Systema are in the Russian Orthodox Christian faith, the belief is that everything that happens to us, good or bad, has only one ultimate purpose.

That is to create the best possible conditions for each person to understand himself.

Proper training in the Russian Systema carries the same objective – to put every participant into the best possible setting for him to realize as much about himself as he is able to handle at any given moment.

One of Mikhail Ryabko’s words to the beginners is “Be a good person and everything else will come to you.” In a simple, yet comprehensive way Systema helps you choose and follow the right path.

For more information visit RUSSIAN MARTIAL ART Systema Headquarters.

Truth, in the absolute sense of the word, can not be known. One can only know some aspect of what is true or not true. Truth is born of experience, and tested over time.