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I never quite understood the reason for the faster improvement after a seminar than in a regular class.Could it be be due to the Ki aura that is emitted by the presence of the Shihan or the need to perform is created and thus makes one go the extra mile. I am certain that Sugano Shihan's 30+ years of practice has created an unfathomable amt of Ki accumulation waiting to be harnessed in a technique. I want to believe that the "high quality" Ki infused in the air improves one's technique.