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Bishop E. Bernard Jordan

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Our sixteenth principle is disorient your adversary. Your strategy is to compel your adversary to redirect until you cause him to make an exploitable mistake. Why: an adversary who cannot cope with your maneuvers yields the initiative to you. This lesson teaches you the benefit of using misdirection as a way to gain the advantage over your adversary. A disoriented adversary is confused and off-balance, giving you an opening to deliver that knock-out punch. Imagine two prize fighters in the ring: if one of them can disorient his opponent, get him on the ropes or confuse him so he doesn’t know where the next punch is going to land, he has the winning edge. Sun Tzu said, “Appear at points where the enemy must hasten to defend; march swiftly to places where he does not expect you” (VI.5)