Brahma Direction. What is this direction and how does it differ from others? First of all, it has a white ritual form. White is the color of Brahma. During the task a warrior turned to Him for help, connected to His energy, meditated on Him. All psychophysical training was based on the worship of Brahma and performance of rituals dedicated to Him.



Brahma, in Hindu mythology, is the creator of the world, opening the triad of the supreme gods of Hinduism. In this triad, Brahma, as creator of the universe, opposes Shiva, who tries to destroy it, supported by Vishnu, who preserves it.



Brahma created the sky and the earth, with airspace in between. Manifested the five elements: water, fire, earth, air, ether. From Him appeared all Gods, sacrifices, the three Vedas, stars, time, mountains, plains, seas, speech, people, passion, anger, joy, repentance, all progivings (cold - hot, etc.).


Divided everything into two parts - male and female.


Brahma created plants, animals, birds, insects, demons and saints. All living things, the whole world order is controlled, guided and directed by Brahma. His life is above the life of all other Gods (he is "eternally ancient"), defines the chronological framework of the universe.


Brahma lives a hundred "proper years," equal to 3110400000000000000 "human years." He is depicted as red, lotus-eyed, with a beard, he has four faces, four bodies and eight hands, in which are four vedas a rod, a vessel of water from the Ganges, a sacrificial spoon, a pearl necklace and a bow. He abides on the summit of the greatest mountain, Meru, and rides on a swan.


The main difference between all directions is the work on different energy flows, controlled by a certain god (and the color that corresponds to it).


To demonstrate one's affiliation with a particular tradition, the sign of the god (patron) and the sign of the school are placed on the true form (in this case, the white one). Each tradition has its own sign, which is placed on the hood. The school mark is also placed on the left side of the chest.


At the first stages of mastery KHUAI-TO (white warrior on top of a white uniform wore a false, black or dark blue. The height of skill was the ability to hide in the dark grass, in the woods in a white uniform, and to fight with only a single sword. As a rule, a warrior who mastered all this earned the rank of master. A white uniform, made of silk or dense linen cloth, was worn over the naked body. A corset made of leather or dense1 sturdy cloth was put on top of it. A sword, a chain with a hook and a hollow pipe, darts, throwing knives and a plate were fastened to the breastplate. Leather bracelets were worn on the arms, on which wooden throwing sticks were fastened. A camouflage uniform was worn on top of this.


The black uniform was virtually indistinguishable from the traditional clothes and was tightened with a black belt. The footwear was made of thick leather or very dense coarse cloth. They were soft, light slippers.


There were special bags for storing weapons and uniforms, which had many pockets for the warrior's weapons. The bags were quite compact and easy to handle.