Self-Defense Techniques and How to Win a Street Fight: And Using Mind Power, Spiritual Energy, and Common Sense to Stay Safe - James Goi Jr.

Self-Defense Techniques and How to Win a Street Fight: And Using Mind Power, Spiritual Energy, and Common Sense to Stay Safe

By James Goi Jr.

  • Release Date: 2021-06-11
  • Genre: Martial Arts & Self Defense
Score: 3.5
From 10 Ratings


We live in a dangerous world, and this book can arm you with the knowledge, the strategy, and the mindset you need to stay safe!

The threat of physical violence from other human beings is and always has been a part of the human condition. The problem in our modern world is that most people don’t do enough to avoid this threat and are not able to respond appropriately if they come face to face with one or more people who wish to hurt them.

They don't have the proper mindset regarding physical safety, so they end up in situations that could have been avoided, they don't have a strategy for facing the threat of violence, so they are not prepared, and they don't know exactly what to do to actually defend themselves from an incoming attack. Whether this describes you or not, this book will help you to prepare yourself for something that, though it may never happen, just might. This book will teach you how to stay safe in an unsafe world.

Endorsement for This Book:

“James Goi Jr. mixes the subjects of self-defense, mind power, and spirituality in a unique and empowering way that clarifies needed action in an intense situation. I dare say there has never been a book quite like it. This book should be read by everyone who wants to stay safe in our unsafe world, and by anyone who wants to more fully liberate the awesome inner power we all possess!.” —Dr. Kevin Hufford, Multiple Hall of Fame Martial Artist

From the book:

"If you are under any threat of physical harm at all, you might do well to assume that you may be under threat of the worst physical harm possible, including death—or worse! And believe me, if you think about it, there might very well be fates worse than death. In other words, conditions you could end up in that you’d rather be dead than be in.
"And with that in mind, think brutal, think simple, think direct. If you have reasonable reason to fear serious physical harm, then you have reasonable reason to act in an aggressive, decisive, ruthless way. In a worst-case scenario, your mission is not to deter an attacker from trying to hurt you. It’s to make sure the attacker is unable to try to hurt you. Now sure, if you accomplish that with one of multiple attackers, the fact that you did so may well help to deter some or all of the others. Well, so much the better. That’s a freebie. In a perfect world, that would be the end of it and the other guys would just carry their buddy off into the sunset. But this is not a perfect world, so you will do well to be ready for a repeat performance without an intermission."