Happeh Theory – A Linear Approach
Happeh Theory is concerned with the function and construction of the human body. Happeh Theory employs a combination of real life facts, in conjunction with purely theoretical models, to provide insight that is useful to regular people into the function and construction of the human body.
Happeh Theory is heavily influenced by Asian philosophy and culture. Asian culture and thought is difficult to comprehend for many western people. The Asian way of thinking is almost completely opposite from the way that western people think.
Many concepts from Happeh Theory are an attempt to translate Asian thought into something more familiar, or more suited to, the way a modern technological minded western person thinks. These ideas have been accepted and believed by Asian people for centuries. Their entire culture and their daily lives are influenced
by these ideas.
Happeh Theory is focused on the martial arts and the affects on the body caused by performing martial arts. The inspiration for Happeh Theory was the author’s own confusion at the sensations his body provided him with after years of martial arts practice. The explanations provided by the author’s Asian instructors made
no sense at all according to the western scientific view of the world.
This particular book is an attempt to reach people who think in a scientific way. Happeh Theory is usually presented as a random collection of seemingly unconnected ideas. That method will train a person to think in a beneficial way. Information presented using the random method can be hard to accept for scientifically minded people who are trained to be linear thinking and organized.
This book has been written in a style that mimics a simple lab manual for a school science class. The concepts are presented in a linear way with simple pictures for illustration. Perhaps the familiar style and simplicity of the book will make the information more palatable for the scientifically inclined reader.