In fact, however, this is neither a religion nor a form of faith, but a spiritual knowledge that can be developed through critical self-experience, self-discovery and logical derivation. One of the most important recommended principles of Saiyasart is: “Believe nothing, question everything!”
Because this state of mind stands in the way of almost every form of faith, many religions and sometimes even social models, Saiyasart practitioners / Pahuyuth Free-Warrior have often been the target of social, political and religious persecutions in the past.
A Saiyasart practitioner is a person who has acquired knowledge and certainty about the thematic areas of tSaiyasart and integrates this knowledge into his own everyday way of life. For example, by consciously dealing with mental activity (emotions) in relation to oneself and others.
Advanced Saiyasart practitioners are also skilled or specialized in so-called “magicphenomena”, i.e. things that lie outside the explicable realm of others. The term “magic” describes in the Saiyasart only a knowledge advantage over others.
There are usually three areas of professional activity or specialisation in which Saiyasart practitioners work:
“Magic Natural Healers”
The most common field of work is called “Magic Natural Healer”. This involves the targeted support of the natural self-healing functions of the human body to correct physical or psychological ailments that underlie unhealthy mental activity. This field overlaps with the traditional Free-Warrior medicine.
The second field of work is called “Magic Designer”. These are activities and advice in the production, design and use of “magic objects”, such as amulets or talismans. Typical examples of this include animal amulets, Sak Yant tattoos, Kuman Thongs, and many more. Healing stones or healing metals can also fall within this area.
The third area of work is called ‘Magic Practitioner’. This involves counselling and conflict resolution in relation to problems related to ghosts, ghost appearances, ghost occupations or the effects of magical acts (e.g. curses, voodoo, etc.). It is about the expert handling of things that do not currently have a biological body.
What Saiyasart is not
Saiyasart is a field of knowledge that can be used for self exploration, self discovery and personality development. It does not represent any form of psychotherapy, philosophy, religion or medical diagnosis and treatment. It is a way to gain knowledge. The application of this knowledge and results thereof is the sole responsibility of the user. We generally recommend that you acquire comprehensive information in all directions and weigh all available information on the basis of logic and rationality.
Saiyasart, Pahuyuth and Naturopathy – three sides of a coin
All three areas of knowledge together form an existence.
How is Saiyasart taught?
The mediation of Saiyasart is always based only on self-experience, self-discovery and logical derivation. This form is absolutely necessary, because an unchecked acquired knowledge is not a real knowledge, but only an accepted knowledge (a belief). Incidentally, the same principle applies to martial arts.
The recommended basis for self-examination is first of all the knowledge about the functioning of one’s sensory organs (seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, touching), which includes both the conscious and the unconscious aspects. Understanding usually presupposes perception – this applies to both biological (physical) and psychological (non-physical) perception.
Understanding the so-called “magic senses” and the expression of these abilities is again a recommended prerequisite for conscious communication with non-physical existences (ghosts, spirits, vibrations), but also with animals, plants or trees.
The traditional Saiyasart knowledge functions only as a rough guide, whereby in the classroom the element of “channeling” is often used in order to ensure the greatest possible correctness and authenticity in the transmission of theoretical knowledge. In the course of development and training, the reference point of new knowledge shifts further and further, because independent communication with non-physical sources of information arises.
Whether all this is true or not, and what precise insights and areas of application result from it, the students must always find out for themselves. Saiyasart is, as I said before, not a faith, but a knowledge – the knowledge of nothingness.
Informal and undogmatic – in Saiyasart there is no hierarchy or belief structure
However, by dealing with the non-physical aspects of fighting (see the Model of Autodynamics), some astonishing effects and insights can actually emerge, which must have played a role in the conflicts of the past.
A very simple example:anyone who deals with martial arts knows that sometimes you just don’t see certain strikes coming. Maybe because you’re distracted or focused on something else. This is so far normal and really happens to everyone (including us), because the perceptual and processing capacity of human consciousness is limited.
The question is: what if one had the ability to harness the sum of all conscious and all unconscious perceptions in combat situations?
Online information event
For those who want to know more: In September 2013, a teacher held an informationevent at the Martial Arts School In Neukölln in Berlin. The 80-minute recording of this event is available on this page free of charge and without obligation.
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Anyone who has read this page so far may have noticed that the Saiyasart is a rather complex and abstract field of knowledge. The study of this knowledge presents many (also long-time PahuyuthFree-Warriors) with a challenge that should not be underestimated.
The format of Yaan Meditation was developed to make it easier for everyone to get started with Saiyasart. Yaan Meditation is a practice-oriented perceptual training that serves to bring unconscious sensory impressions (see, hear, smell, taste, touch) into consciousness.