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@dalsingh101 wrote the below post.

https://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/84865-singhs-taking-opium-in-gur-sobha-granth/&do=findComment&comment=760699

Cannabis is being greatly used in combat sports and MMA. It's similar to military combat.

1. Cannabis increases focus while fighting.

2. One doesn't feel body pain or pain of wounds while fighting.

3. Cannabis reduces anxiety and stress/fear of war in one's mind

4. Cannabis increases creativity/innovation. Innovation is a great skill needed in combat warfare.

https://news.green-flower.com/how-cannabis-cbd-help-combat-sport-athletes/

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4 hours ago, shastarSingh said:

https://news.green-flower.com/most-influential-cannabis-athletes/

Sportsmen and sports authorities advocating for cannabis.

Even a dangerous war like sport rugby is doing so.

Sports require

Focus

Athleticism

Mind-body coordination

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4 hours ago, shastarSingh said:

@dalsingh101 wrote the below post.

https://www.sikhsangat.com/index.php?/topic/84865-singhs-taking-opium-in-gur-sobha-granth/&do=findComment&comment=760699

Cannabis is being greatly used in combat sports and MMA. It's similar to military combat.

1. Cannabis increases focus while fighting.

2. One doesn't feel body pain or pain of wounds while fighting.

3. Cannabis reduces anxiety and stress/fear of war in one's mind

4. Cannabis increases creativity/innovation. Innovation is a great skill needed in combat warfare.

https://news.green-flower.com/how-cannabis-cbd-help-combat-sport-athletes/

Cannabis helps in pain relief and aids in recovery from injury.

War is all about injuries and pain.

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The GOI and RAW are at the very forefront of getting their agents to heavily promote and push smoking cannabis among Sikh youth as a means of deliberately dumbing down aspirations, life motivations and educational (and physical) achievements of Sikh youth in Punjab.

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On 7/24/2022 at 4:50 AM, Singh2022 said:

The GOI and RAW are at the very forefront of getting their agents to heavily promote and push smoking cannabis among Sikh youth as a means of deliberately dumbing down aspirations, life motivations and educational (and physical) achievements of Sikh youth in Punjab.

Nihangs never smoke cannabis. Smoking is a BIG kurehit.

Whole world has started to acknowledge the magic plant called Cannabis/hemp.

Nihangs hv been using this plant for hundreds of years now.

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12 hours ago, shastarSingh said:

Nihangs never smoke cannabis. Smoking is a BIG kurehit.

Whole world has started to acknowledge the magic plant called Cannabis/hemp.

Nihangs hv been using this plant for hundreds of years now.

Indeed. It's a dietary herb used properly, not for smoking. 

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1 hour ago, shastarSingh said:

@GurjantGnostic

@dalsingh101Plz read. Bjj is very difficult combat sport and martial sport.

https://bjj-world.com/bjj-high-weed-and-jiu-jitsu/

Grappling martial arts are tough and complicated arts in nature. Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu stands out even among other grappling martial arts in that context. The elaborate maze of ground fighting that is the focus of BJJ is arguably the most creative martial arts platform out there.

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When we’re rolling in BJJ if there’s one thing that we need it is the focus. There’s no space for any thoughts not related to grappling on the mats. And weed sharpens that focus like nothing else. It helps your mind reduce all clutter and just work on the issues each and every roll presents right there, at the moment. Furthermore, it opens up new avenues of problem-solving, which, in Jiu-Jitsu, is only a good thing. Most people that enjoy weed and Jiu-Jitsu find their rolls much more productive and creative when they roll high. Also, it helps reduce anxiety and nerves, which also play a major role during rolling or competition.

Another thing weed and Jiu-Jitsu have in common is flow. Being high and rolling are tightly related to the flow state. Weed helps your mind get into that “flow zone where your rolls are seamless and just keep on going. It is Jiu-Jitsu at it’s finest and weed is a great way to find your flow.

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Another positive aspect of combining weed and Jiu-Jitsu is tissue oxygenation. Weed allow more oxygen to get to our tissues, making them able to work at a higher rate. For the effect of increased tissue oxygenation, you need to have weed in your system while you roll.

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Just now, shastarSingh said:

The elaborate maze of ground fighting that is the focus of BJJ is arguably the most creative martial arts platform out there.

Laughable. Go on. 

Yes being in a flow state helps martial arts and creativity. 

If only there was a martial art based on flow...and unlimited creativity...

I wonder what Takemusu Aiki means?

Lol. 

The article is right about cannabis bro. Bjj is just garbage. 

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武 - Bu (as in Budo), also read "Take", originally holds the sense of "War" or "Martial". However, to Morihei Ueshiba, it had a divine nuance, and 武 was a gift from the gods. (God actually, not gods, O Kami, but yes with agents the Aiki Kami)

産 - Musu, means "innocent", "naive", but also refers to the concept of birth, nativity and creation.

合 - Ai – joining, unifying, combining, fitting (as in Aikido).

氣 - Ki – spirit, energy, mood, morale (as in Aikido).

 

It is sometimes said that this expression refers to the birth/creation of harmony through the practice of Budo 

Joe Rogan laughs at Aikido but does nothing but try and feebly chase in our footsteps. Mma is garbage. Joe Rogan is garbage. They're going to wind up at Aikido thousands of years from now if ever. 

 

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Just now, shastarSingh said:

@GurjantGnostic

Creativity/innovation is very important in combat sports and martial arts.

Is creativity also important in combat warfare and gun fighting???

Your life depends on it. You either fight, flight, flow, or freeze, and outside of that there is the Heiho or strategy coming to bear on all situations. The Jumbi, or set up, all sorts of principles. And to outlive great odds great creativity is all you have, that and great fundamentals and a mind body that is clear, flowing and fighting not frozen. 

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