World Martial Arts Council 

The WorldMAC Family is growing like a tree with many branches but  will always remain connected at the roots.   

WMAC Creation

There are many possible reasons why you now find yourself reading this, and these are not as important as understanding the content of this website. It is not what you look at that matters, it is what you actually see.  If you are a serious martial artist who seeks change to that which exists at present, the World Martial Arts Council provides an alternative.  Throughout the world the martial arts continue to suffer from an absence of unity, constant disagreements, and confusion regarding their control and management.  Over the years numerous styles and disciplines have evolved which are predominantly classed as minority sports by governments and local authorities, and considered as such, receive little or no promotion, media coverage, or financial assistance for their development and expansion.  The World Martial Arts Council was established as a constituted international ‘unincorporated association’ to represent all martial arts, both traditional and modern, and offers unlimited growth potential, opportunities, and ongoing programmes of development.  In order for the concept of a global martial arts family to succeed among the enormous number of unions, federations, societies, associations, or other bodies, it has to be unique and offer benefits other organisations fail to provide, and this requires an ongoing commitment from everyone involved.  The World Martial Arts Council is a vehicle for all individuals and groups of any size, and aims to become the most influential martial arts body through the unification of all martial artists regardless of their chosen discipline, age, colour, creed, gender or location.  It aims to maintain high standards, respect traditions, foster the true spirit, encourage development, and is an alliance of all nations, their people, martial arts, and cultures. 

Driven By Passion - Not Profit

If you are dissatisfied with existing martial arts organizations, the World Martial Arts Council offers a global alternative established to unite all martial artists without exception through a policy of total non-interference, and objectives designed to benefit all individuals and groups.  It has the support of the international martial arts community, and provides opportunities and services not available through conventional institutions claiming to represent the interests of martial artists.  Success and growth depend largely on the organizational structure at every level, and necessitates the appointment of suitably qualified individuals willing to commit to the aims of the World Martial Arts Council, and that have demonstrated their dedication to the martial arts through a proven record, not only of physical achievements, but also the ability to build and successfully manage entire organizations.  In some countries governments recognize a number of different national associations affiliated to international bodies established to control martial arts as separate entities, and this often creates conflict due to the absence of shared interests and a common purpose.  Almost everyone within the martial arts has experienced rivalry where biased individuals, instructors, students, clubs, and associations have impaired the natural process of growth and development of the various disciplines.  The advancement of science and technology leads to greater knowledge, understanding, and the discovery of different ways of doing things with greater efficiency, and the martial arts are part of this evolution. For this reason alone, they cannot, and must not be treated as separate entities, and whilst the traditional teachings and philosophies of the past must be accepted, change for the better should not be resisted.  True martial artists should not fear change but must embrace it, and cause it to happen.

Earliest Recorded Evidence

In one form or another the martial arts date back to pre-historic times when the earliest evidence is thought to be the temple wall paintings discovered in the Nile Valley in Africa, said to be the 'Cradle of Humanity'.

Since then they have continued to develop in the same way as the human quest for survival. Unfortunately, the fighting skills needed to survive have been lost, and most martial arts are no longer recognizable as such due to a pre-occupation with sport, health and safety regulations, internal politics, and financial gain. The World Martial Arts Council was created to provide all martial artists in every country with an alternative to the organizations, which for many years have used the martial arts to generate profit, dictated and enforced regulations that in some cases are illegal, and have violated the human rights of many individuals.

Aims

Defeating Resistance

No dream becomes great until all resistance has been defeated, but unfortunately this fact is usually ignored because the average person is afraid to confront even the slightest opposition, does not want to be criticised, and fears failure.  With any new idea the first to oppose it are family, close acquaintances, and potential competition because they dislike change, facing the unknown, and invariably respond with negative comments and actions. To make progress necessitates strength to resist the influence of negativity, which is difficult and requires courage. 

History has proved over and over again those initially in opposition eventually respect success achieved through persistence, and all over the world there are those determined to destroy progress and criticise the success of others.  However, when commitment and determination prevail, such practice is in vain, so respect and support should always be shown to those making history.  It is better to try, and fail, than to do nothing, and succeed. 

The first stage in creating the World Martial Arts Council was to build a strong foundation of dedicated martial artists from across the globe, to appoint representatives in different countries, and to remove all annual fees for groups and individuals. In just three years hundreds of groups registered, and within these are an estimated 14,000,000 martial artists, a result that surpassed all expectations due to the dynamic leadership. In addition, the first WorldMAC Games were held in Thailand during March 2015, and these attracted competitors from 56 countries.  This tremendous success placed the annual WorldMAC Games at the forefront of international martial arts championships, assured these will be staged in different countries indefinitely, and provided a long awaited platform for all martial artists to compete in events that surpass all others.

Innovative Concept

   The idea of establishing the World Martial Arts Council resulted from questioning how to invigorate what had become stagnant martial arts organizations, and how to develop and transform these in such a way that enabled them to attain their full potential. It was never the intention to create a global martial arts body in opposition to existing federations, as the underlying aim has always been to unite all martial arts under one world body whilst maintaining their own autonomy. In order to achieve this George Lepine, Chief Instructor of Okichitaw Indigenous Martial Arts, believes the five key elements below are necessary for the transformation process to be successful.

Learning Environment

The one quality that greatly influences innovation is an effective interactive learning environment in which everyone is able to learn from all martial art forms and their instructors, regardless of whether this is done on an educational or physical platform. Innovation cannot exist without an environment receptive to sharing ideas, professional development, and effective discussion that allows ideas and actions to evolve naturally through a process of collaboration. Stagnation within the martial arts is due to a resistance to change, and introverted environments that prevent continuous open minded learning and ongoing personal development.

Positive Attitude

Any attempt to bring about change must involve an open, honest, and collaborative work environment that encourages the sharing of new ideas and concepts. Constant resistance to new thinking, attitude adjustment, fear, and opposition to change, are all detrimental to progress, but the removal of fear and the ability to understand failure can actually be positive when changing from dormant to energetic practices. All types of innovation derive from the absence of fear, and every martial artist should embrace this, not be afraid of change or resist collaborating with others, and should conduct their business in a trusting, open environment.

Trust

For any kind of innovation to exist, people must feel they are part of a trusting culture where they are safe to share ideas, valued for their contributions, and have an acute awareness regarding the way to speak with others, which allows a culture of innovation to effectively grow and flourish. Within any organization an understanding of different personalities is essential, as each of these have different needs that must be heard if individuals are to feel they are an important part of the overall structure. Once trust is established the ability to experiment, communicate with others, and conduct business processes, will create a dynamic martial arts organization. When such a culture within an organization is created it becomes a motivating, enjoyable atmosphere where innovation will flourish.

Individual Recognition

In order to embrace and experience innovation there must be a fundamental importance placed on the recognition of every individual, due to the fact there is tremendous power in promoting and supporting everyone, as this provides a sense of progress which otherwise may not be evident.

Test & Failure

Test and failure are the real contributors to innovation, and any organization willing to become innovative allows members the freedom to express themselves. The most successful organizations are those not afraid of failure, and excited to learn and grow as a result of their experiences. This not only leads to a sense of excitement, but effectively contributes to the organization as a whole, in which it is important to remember there is no set formula for innovation, and as a fast growing martial arts world body, individual business objectives must be constantly reviewed. 

Free Registration 

Any individual or group may apply on the Register Page and shall be bound by WMAC Constitution.  Free registration necessitates belonging to one or more of the three sections of the Council, which are the WMAC Executive Board, International Guild of Masters, and the WorldMAC Alliance. Groups or organizations representing activities associated with the martial arts are also eligible for free registration.

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