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After a journey of several thousand kilometers, I now have to resume my aikido practice in a new environment.
There's no dojo in the immediate vicinity affiliated with my old organization (Aikikai). The club at my workplace is affiliated with an organization with ties to one of the uchideshi of O-Sensei who is now independent.
I've been to practice at the club and I must say, I didn't take long to adapt.The idiosyncracies of my old style (which I am quite attached to and would like to develop some more) I will have to work on my own.
I left my bokken and jo back in the Philippines, so I guess I'll have to find replacements.