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Theoretical lesson 1st level. Three human survival laws in any extreme situation.

                                                                                       Be yourself – be better.
 Three human survival laws in any extreme situation:

  1. Foresee.
  2. Avoid.
  3. Act.

In this lesson we will look at the 1st law of survival -  to  foresee a dangerous situation.
 To foresee a dangerous   situation will help us if we have our own:

  1. Knowledge;
  2. Experience.

1. Where can we acquire knowledge?
1.1. Reading special literature.
1.2. Watching special films.
1.3. Visiting professional Internet sites.
1.4. The most important way we can get  knowledge is when we communicate  with professionals.  If   you practice Systema then it is your  instructor or teacher of Systema who must be really the  professional  in this activity.
 What he teaches he should really also do it in his life. As a rule it is his profession now or it was before.  Now he earns his money for life with this  activity.
2. Where can we acquire experience?
2.1. Service in the army; in the police; in secret service; especially the participation in real war;
2.2. Being in prison;
2.3. Participation in street fights and conflicts before;
2.4. Working in very difficult conditions. For example: working in a mine underground, tree felling in the North, and so on.
Experience gained in the above cases, as a rule, has a lot of negative consequences. These effects may include the following such as:
1. Acquisition of serious diseases that have accumulated, for example in the course of service in harsh conditions. Therefore, people who have served in the military, police, secret service usually they go to retire much earlier than ordinary people. Generally it occurs in 40-50 years. However, ordinary people retire at 60 years and older. Now things are changing, but it is not our topic.
2. The limited motion after injuries.
3. Disability and inability to perform certain movements.
4. Breakdown of the psyche and the acquisition of mental illness.
5. Failure to adequately assess the situations of life, especially after taking part  in real war.
6. Unfortunately after the dismissal  very often the military and law enforcement officials cannot adapt to normal life, abuse alcohol, use drugs begin and end life suicide.
Based on these negative effects, as well as the fact, that many people do not have experience in paragraphs 2.1. - 2.4. see above. 
 The special program of Maksimtsov's System is designed to obtain this experience without the negative effects listed above.
This effect is achieved with creating artificial situations similar to those listed above, in special trainings and seminars. The gradual transition from simple to more complex situations is an important part of this activity.
The purpose of a special training - it is achieving maximum awareness and inclusion of all the senses, as experienced in a real situation.
The great advantage of artificially created dangerous situations – is that you can ensure the safety and preservation of the physical and psychological health of all participants.
   Every follower can use of these learning situations in everyday life.
Typically the average person can foresee about 95% of all extreme  situations that he could seriously hurt in.
The exceptions are:
1. Drug addicts.
2. Alcoholics.
3. People with mental illness.
4. People who are in an affected state and they  do not understand what they are doing in this moment.
5. People who are involved in real war or they are in an area where there is a real war.
Let us examine the remaining 5% of extreme situations.  We analyze practically the following daily interaction   between "man - car." It is not a secret that in this interaction many  people  are injured and killed. And this happens because the first law of survival violated.
Let's look at why this is so:
1. A person who does not have good control and he can't operate his body properly, that is he  has poor coordination of movements, but he  started to drive  the car. The result of this interaction is well known.
2. Driving a car in  a state with drug, alcohol  or any other intoxication, as well as after the use of certain medications.
3. Driving a car in a state of extreme fatigue, in a state of illness, stress, etc.
4. Overrunning and other violations of the rules of the road.
4. Driving a faulty  car.
5. Passing pedestrians roadway in the wrong places.
Summing up the results of the above, we can see that when people:
1. Ignore the traffic rules;
2. Do not follow the safety instructions for all kinds of electrical, mechanical and other tools;
3.  Go to nature: to a mountains, to a  forest, to a river or to a  sea without  sufficient knowledge, skills and experience,  and also without the proper equipment:
3. Can't control and operate movements of   their bodies;
4. Not being able to control their mind and emotions;
These people will   be constantly involve in  difficult and very dangerous situations which they had all possibilities to foresee and avoid.
Homework  №1.
Given that the main value of any knowledge is the ability to use it in everyday life you should write 3 examples of the application in everyday life of the 1st law of  survival.

Homework  №2.

Based on the above material briefly please write what  you would do  in the following situation.
- You get home late at night and you need to cross a disadvantaged area. Usually, there is could be a criminal, a drug addict, a drunk, who could harass you and ask you about what you have in your pocket. You see that these people are just on the way through which you need to pass.
What will you do?
After your answers I'll send you next part of this important question concerning survival.
 Every day do what you like to do.
Live where you want to live.
Communicate with the people whom you like to communicate with.
Good luck to achieving your goals.

A student said to his master: “Why you teach me fighting, but we talk about peace. How do you reconcile the two?” The Master replied: “It is better to be a warrior in a  garden than to be a gardener in a war.”