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Mind, Body and Soul, for the most part, do we practice the other aspect of the Martial Arts?

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Measures of Loyalty towards our mentors and the system from where we acquired our skills and knowledge of The Filipino Martial Arts. Posted by Ramyer Asonalleba on February 2, 2010 at 11:19am in Luma

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True or just part of the old Filipino Folklore

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True or just part of the old Filipino old folklore, my experienced was somewhat strange or rather mystical. When I was a kid, my parents sent us to our ancestral home in Negros Oriental, Philippines. We had to spend the whole of summer to learn the ways of the country side. All this includes farming, fishing, and some ways were rather a bit enchanting. My great grand parents, they're both old already that time but amazingly still able. My great…

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At 10:12am on February 18, 2011, Rocky Twitchell said…
Thanks for accepting me into your group...............
At 12:17pm on December 8, 2010, terry joven said…
Happy Birthday
At 11:09pm on October 13, 2010, Jacinto R. Rocales said…

Dako kaayo nga garbo nga daghan na kaayong mga tao sa tibook kalibutan nga gusto nang magtuon sa lumad-ong kaalam sa atong mga kinatigulangan. Tungod gihapon kini sa mga hirap at pagod na sinimulan ng ating mga ninoo. Kita karung panahuna naga sunod na lamang sa ilang mga lakang ug gi tugyan sa bag-ong henerasyon ang pag-alima sa ila na nga gihaguan.

It fills the heart with pride and honor to know that a lot of foreign martial arts practitioners are studying the art of the stick and the blade. It is equally heavy on the shoulders of those who are entrusted with the duty and responsibility to propagate and nurture the art for the future generations of this earth to benefit.


Jessie Rocales
At 9:51pm on October 12, 2010, Jacinto R. Rocales said…
Dear Igso,

I have a question. I meet a Master here in Manila in front of Camp Aguinaldo by the name of Frank Subrino. He is the trainer for the Philippine Army and the Philippine Marines in the Art of the Blabe. He said the his style is WEDO and his Grandmaster is Jesus Pallorina. Is he in any way related to the art of which you are also using? Do you know each other or it just so happen that you have similar name in your style? Anyhow, I am just curous. It just so happen that I was training in front of Camp Aguinaldo and he happen to pass by our training camp and we were introduced to each other by a common friend.

Padayon mga lumad, MABUHAY!!!

Jessie Rocales
At 1:47am on October 11, 2010, Jacinto R. Rocales said…
Dear Bro,
Ang akong inahan taga Carcar, Cebu ug ang akong inahan taga Cagayan de Oro City. Pareho sila nag iskwela sa San Carlos Cebu mao nga didto sila nagkita. Ang akong amahan usa ka magtutuon sa Doce Pares. Kadtong bata pa ko, iya kong gi tudluan ug Doce Pares. Unya pag eskwela nako dinhi ug masters degree sa De La Salle University sa Manila, na meet nako ang mga grupo sa Sayoc Kali, ang ilang Grand Master si Baltazar Bo Sayoc, Sr. Naa ko karon sa Senado ng Republika ng Pilipinas taga buhat ug balaod sa atong nasud. I wrote the bill creating "Arnis" as the national sports in the Philippines. This bill now became a law in our land NOW and I am proud of that accomplishment.

Para sa atong mga lumad, MABUHAY!!!
At 9:45pm on October 10, 2010, Jacinto R. Rocales said…
Malipay ko ug maayo nga inyo akong gidawat sa inyong kapulungan. Daghan kaayong salamat sa inyong pagdawat. Unta mulambo pa ang atong panaghiuban dinhi sa MyFMA.

Jessie Rocales
Supervising Legislative Officer
Senate of the Philippines
At 5:33pm on February 26, 2010, terry joven said…
on the invites..thanks for the responses i know your out of town but i set them to everyone on my friends list!
At 11:37am on February 24, 2010, terry joven said…
Thanks for all your advice and help!
At 10:20am on February 24, 2010, terry joven said…
yes i ment the body armor! that was 2 sets for 6500p?
At 10:09am on February 24, 2010, Ramyer Asonalleba said…
Mr. Terry,

I don't remember about the apron but the body gear is longer enough to the knee length if that what you mean by apron? Anyways, I will let you know if I can arrange it during your travel there in Cebu!


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