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  1. Bamboo
  2. Reigi and the Aikido Hakama Fetish
  3. Reigo Sa Ho, an Aiki Perspective Revisited
  4. The "F" Words: Fear, Forgiveness, and Freedom
  5. Aikido Teaching Information Silence
  6. It Had to be Felt #6: Tada Hiroshi: "Like an Eagle"
  7. It Had to be Felt #5: Tanaka Bansen: "You Tokyo People!"
  8. It Had to be Felt #4: Arikawa Sadateru: "Please, put your hand Down!"
  9. It Had to be Felt #3: Osawa Kisaburo: Simply Perfect
  10. Hard and Soft
  11. It Had to Be Felt #10: Shioda Gozo: "A Wonderful Feeling"
  12. It Had To Be Felt #9: Watanabe Nobuyuki: How the Mighty Have Fallen
  13. It Had to Be Felt #8: Saotome Mitsugi: One Strike
  14. It Had to Be Felt #7: Yamaguchi Seigo: Suburi with People
  15. Getting Your Groove Back
  16. Kata and Aikido
  17. Dog Chases Tail, Tail Wags Dog
  18. G: Gift, Giving, and Growth
  19. How do we learn, an Aiki Perspective
  20. It Had to Be Felt #11: Kuwamori Shigeyuki: Chi-chan and Reimei Juku
  21. Paper House: Four Stories from the Dojo
  22. Intelligent Fools, Dragons, and Princesses
  23. It's Just a Matter of Time
  24. Teaching Aikido, an Aiki perspective
  25. H: Hatred, Healing, and Happiness
  26. It Had To Be Felt #14: Nishio Shoji: White Gold
  27. It Had To Be Felt #13: Takeno Takafumi: Sharp, Fast, Powerful and Very Scary
  28. It Had To Be Felt #12: Sasaki Masando: Actions Speak Louder than Words, or They Don't
  29. It Had to Be Felt #15: Abbe Kenshiro: "Trying to Catch the Wind"
  30. I: Ignorance, Intelligence, and Integrity
  31. Journals and the thoughtful aikidoka
  32. Conformity and the Bicycle Lesson
  33. They're All the Only One Doing It Right
  34. Being Committed to Aiki
  35. Why Have Martial Arts Demonstrations?
  36. It Had to Be Felt #19: Nakazono Masahilo: A Man of Peace and Pieces
  37. It Had to Be Felt #18: Terry Dobson: The Knight of the Mouldy Rope
  38. It Had To Be Felt #17: Chida Tsutomu: You Never Felt his Hands
  39. It Had To Be Felt #16: Ichihashi Norihiko
  40. It Had To Be Felt #23: Imaizumi Shizuo: "True Aiki"
  41. It Had To Be Felt #22: Kato Hiroshi: The same show, but it suddenly becomes living
  42. It Had To Be Felt #21: Shibata Ichiro: A Lean and Hungry Look
  43. It Had To Be Felt #20: Noro Masamichi: The White Tornado
  44. Aikido and Purpose
  45. Badger Stops Looking Up, Finds The Sky Within
  46. J: Judgment, Jokes, and Joy
  47. Rip Van Winkle
  48. Strategy and Tactics
  49. Superman
  50. Emptiness, Space, Ma ai, Irimi, and the True Void
  51. K: Kick-Ass, Kindness, and Kindred-Spirits
  52. It Had to Be Felt #25: Kanai Mitsunari: "Cradles and Clotheslines"
  53. It Had to Be Felt #26: Jan Hermansson: "Yust Bench Press Me Oop"
  54. It Had to Be Felt #24: Chiba Kazuo: "There We Were, Two Handsome Young Men"
  55. Whitetop Mountain
  56. How to Turn
  57. It Has to be Felt #0
  58. In the Spirit of Partnership
  59. L: Loser, Learn, Laugh
  60. It Had to Be Felt #27: Inoue Kyoichi: "Pure Class"
  61. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 22
  62. It Had to Be Felt #29: Masuda Seijuro: "Tall & Short"
  63. The Best Laid Plans...
  64. In Tolerance
  65. Practicing Aikido Cosmology
  66. The House of Pain
  67. M: Maai, Metsuke, and Musubi
  68. It Had to Be Felt #28: Robert Mustard: The Bastard from Angry White Pyjamas
  69. Losing
  70. Entrance
  71. Sempai and Kohai - The Ultimate Transmission
  72. The Way is Walked
  73. It Had to Be Felt #30: Kobayashi Yasuo: A Living Axle
  74. True Budo is a Work of Love, Even Down the Rabbit Hole
  75. N: Nowhere, Nothing, No-One
  76. O: Obstacles, Opportunity, and Openness
  77. Like an Unsheathed Sword
  78. Past Perfection
  79. Eyes in the Martial Arts
  80. The Maths of Aikido
  81. It Had to Be Felt #31: Tamura Nobuyoshi: The Sharp Blade
  82. What I Learned by Not Going to a Seminar
  83. The Aiki Puzzle
  84. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 9a / 22a
  85. P: Problems, Possibilities, Progress
  86. It Had to Be Felt #32: Seishiro Endo: Practice Basics - Be as Free as Nature
  87. Playing with Others
  88. Creation Myths
  89. Q: Question, Quiet, Quit
  90. Aikido, Cross-training, Aiki and the Arts
  91. A Consideration of Aikido Practice within the Context of Internal Training
  92. Arikawa Sensei and the End of Showa
  93. True Stories
  94. The Gordian Knot of Grading
  95. R: Resistance, Relaxation, and Resolution
  96. The Joy of Ukemi
  97. It Had to Be Felt #34: Suganuma Morito: The Calligrapher
  98. It Had to Be Felt #33: Alan Ruddock: I Don't Know What It Was, but He Had It
  99. La Petite Mort
  100. A Rising Tide
  101. Violent Socks and Haiku
  102. It Had to Be Felt #35: Tomita Takeji: Cold Rain and Wild Strawberries
  103. It Had to Be Felt #36: Clyde Takeguchi: Ecce Homo
  104. It Had to Be Felt #38: Hiroaki Izumi: Uke Should Feel Like He's in Control
  105. S: Seriousness, Silliness, and Silence
  106. It Had to Be Felt #37: Dennis Hooker: This Has Never Happened Before. This Will Never Happen Again.
  107. T: Transitions, Transformation, and Tranquility
  108. Seven Rules of Training
  109. Winning
  110. The Least Amount of Force Necessary
  111. It Had to Be Felt #39: Ohba Hideo: He Felt Almost Like Nothing
  112. It Had to Be Felt #40: Inaba Minoru: Creating Diamonds Under Pressure
  113. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 23
  114. Shinken
  115. Learning How I Learn
  116. I'm Better than You
  117. Like in Water
  118. U: Unimaginable, Unknowable, and Unexplainable
  119. It Had to Be Felt #41: Shirata Rinjiro: "Your Aikido Techniques Must Become Majestic"
  120. There Are No Shortcuts
  121. V: Violence, View, and Victory
  122. The Aiki Web
  123. It Had to Be Felt #42: Seki Shoji: "Cold Autumn Wind Rustling Through the Gingko Leaves"
  124. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 24
  125. Fit
  126. Leading a Low Impact Aikido Class
  127. Aikido Paradoxes
  128. W: Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How
  129. It Had to Be Felt #43: Kanetsuka Minoru: "Following in the Footsteps"
  130. Division of Divisiveness
  131. The Little Kids' Class
  132. X: Unknown Mysteries, Buried Treasures, and Multiplicity
  133. Instruction
  134. Y: Yearning, Yielding, and You
  135. Don't Miss This!
  136. The Last Seiza
  137. The Knot in the Plywood
  138. Performing on the Dojo Stage
  139. Z: Zazan, Zanshin, and Living in the Zone
  140. It Had to Be Felt #44: Takeda Yoshinobu: Boundless Energy and the Joy of Practice
  141. Interview with Tanaka Tadamitsu Shihan
  142. Pop Quiz
  143. Coincidence, Serendipity, Synchonicity
  144. The Intention behind the Technique
  145. It Had to Be Felt #45: Kubota Ikuhiro: The Power of Ki no Renma
  146. Learning, Teaching, Repeat
  147. Floating
  148. Outgrowing the Hollywood Cliches
  149. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 25
  150. It Had To Be Felt #47: Kobayashi Hirokazu: Meguri
  151. It Had to Be Felt #46: Kinoshita Takehisa: Edge of the Cliff
  152. Growing Up
  153. Always Moving Forward...
  154. Inch, Yard, Mile
  155. The Challenging Instructor (Part 1 of 2)
  156. It Had To Be Felt #48: Nakashimada Tamami: A Beautiful Gem
  157. Chronoscopic Perception
  158. A Lesson in Salt and Pepper (Part 2 of 2)
  159. Obvious, Subtle, Elegance
  160. The Four-Chambered Heart
  161. Cultivating Yin and Yang
  162. It Had to Be Felt #49: Tohei Koichi: Master of Relaxed Power
  163. Configuring the Inevitable :: Practice :: Lesson 1 :: Balance
  164. In Praise of Selfishness
  165. Apathy, Empathy, Epiphany
  166. Lesson 2 :: Arm Zones and the Distribution of Pressure
  167. Impossible, Possible, Probable
  168. Effective Technique
  169. Configuring the Inevitable :: Practice :: Lesson 3 :: Interaction
  170. A Curriculum for Teaching Falling Skills, Part 1
  171. Self Defense, Self Development, and No Self
  172. Total Disaster (Part 1 of 3)
  173. It Had To Be Felt #50: Masatake Fujita: When is a Hombu Deshi Not a Deshi? When He's the Secretary
  174. Configuring the Inevitable :: Practice :: Lesson 4 :: Directed Action
  175. A Curriculum for Teaching Falling Skills, Part 2
  176. The One-Liner (Part 2 of 3)
  177. Imitation, Improvisation, Self-Expression
  178. Training New Muscles
  179. Awareness, Action, Contemplation
  180. Configuring the Inevitable :: Practice :: Lesson 5 :: Roles
  181. It Had To Be Felt #51: Isoyama Hiroshi: "No harm was done to any uke in these performances!"
  182. On Good and Evil
  183. Pull, Push, Place
  184. Ichi go Ichi e
  185. Crystal Clear Path (Part 3 of 3)
  186. Hello, Good-Bye, Today
  187. Structure, Connection, Inclusion
  188. A Defining Moment
  189. What is Peace?
  190. The Non-Violence of Aikido
  191. In the Name of the Center (Part 1 of 3)
  192. Start, Continue, 20 Years
  193. Configuring the Inevitable :: Practice :: Lesson 6 :: Exploiting the Intransitive
  194. I'm Just Not Good At...
  195. Fungus and Chopsticks (Part 2 of 3)
  196. I Got Nothing
  197. Configuring the Inevitable :: Practice :: Lesson 7 :: Matching Forms
  198. From Darkness to Light: Clarifying Intent
  199. Teaching Myself (Part 3 of 3)
  200. Randori
  201. New, Old, Re-Solution
  202. Holding Your Tail Up
  203. Stone Love (a Rock 'n' Roll Suicide)
  204. And now for something completely different …
  205. How I Am
  206. Road Rage
  207. Imagine Not Being
  208. Are Aikido Organizations Relevant?
  209. Cause and Effect
  210. One Thing Happening
  211. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 26
  212. Adverse
  213. Guess Who I Ran Into?
  214. Please Help Me
  215. Bow
  216. Empathy, Compassion, Connectedness and Conscience
  217. Touch
  218. Finishing Touches
  219. The Illusion of Knowing
  220. Nothing
  221. Interview: Bill Leicht and Bertram Wohak -- International Aiki Peace Webinar
  222. Is Aikido Unique?
  223. The Day I Lost My Mind
  224. Musings on Keeping a Dojo Alive
  225. The Kuzushi Question
  226. Apples and Oranges
  227. It Had to Be Felt #52: Inagaki Shigemi: "A Gentleman of Aiki"
  228. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 27
  229. The Orthogonal Drill, or How to Work Constructively at Cross Purposes
  230. Feeling My Way Through Career Change
  231. Chunking
  232. It Had to Be Felt #53: Mochizuki Minoru: "History was handing itself down to the future and asking me to pass it on"
  233. Let Go and Flow
  234. Facing Demons and Slaying Dragons
  235. The Atom Bomb
  236. Root and Branch
  237. The Liberating Power of Doubt
  238. Some of What I Said, Some of What I Should Have Said
  239. It Had to Be Felt #54: Murai Kyoichi: “After he threw you, you could not help laughing”
  240. Violence
  241. Pillow Book
  242. Pain
  243. Memento Mori
  244. Looking for Aiki (in all the wrong places)
  245. Seminar, Salmon, and Sleep
  246. In, Up, Turn, and Down
  247. Solid as a Sword, Flexible as a Whip
  248. Aikido and the Third Generation
  249. Sensei Jekyll and Sensei Hyde
  250. It Had to Be Felt #55: Murashige Morihiko: "Heavy Hand, Light Heart"