Joined Sep 22 2009
You may call me Seldin.
It's been a while since I've updated my status. I am a game design instructor for a local high school and I really enjoy teaching. There's just something that happens with the lightbulb goes off in a person's mind.
I'm aslo a scientist, martial artist, above all I am a practitioner in the ways of energy; and have been for nearly twenty years. There are a lot of things that I have experienced but I only really talk about what I am able to do in the here and now. Despite my knowledge, I feel like I have only just touched the surface of it all and have decided to learn what I can from others. Although it is said that one should look inside for the answers, my insides are saying I need to seek guidence from someone with more experience than I.
Those who I have trained under:
*Amir Ardebily - Kick Boxing / Jujitsu. Amir is perhaps one of the best intructors in the state of Florida and one of the most powerful auras I've had the pleasure of standing beside.
*Nicolas Lee - Qi Gong / Meditation. Master Lee is a good friend of mine and while we haven't spokein in years, I had the luxury of having him as an instructor on and off throughout my studies of Chi. I still, to this day, have not met a better teacher of this skill in the state of Florida.
*Dan Schmidt - Northern Style Kung Fu. I spent a long time searching for a good Kung Fu school that I believed in. Sifu Schmidt has a local school called Chinese Martial Arts Center in Seminole Florida.
*Amin Jani - Energy Cultivation. We all should know and appreciate Sifu Jani. He is a wonderful guide in many of our lives. It's been a while since he and I spoke directly but I've studied his cultivating techniques as a way to fine tune and improve my own over the last few years. Because of my natural ability (and being a wind sign) my "root" chakra is not at my base but in my throat where the "wind" or "spirit" chakra is located. It took some time to understand this but with Sifu Jani's aid I have been able to open my "root" in order to practice a more traditional style.