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  1. Eat Your Veggies
  2. Off Center, and into the Zone
  3. Aiki-Grant Writing I
  4. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation
  5. The Point of Aikido
  6. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 2
  7. The Meta-Physics of Aikido
  8. Aiki-Grant Writing II: Enter, Blend, and Be One with Grant Writing
  9. The Child Budoka and the Forging of Character
  10. Aikido With an Attitude: The Other Intenal Strength (or Weakness)
  11. The Path Taken, and the Path Travelled
  12. What Exactly Are We Practicing Here?
  13. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 3
  14. The Greater and Lesser Problem
  15. Airport Aikido
  16. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 4
  17. Identity: Yet Another Internal Strength (or weakness)
  18. One True Way
  19. Discipline
  20. Circles, Spheres, and Spirals: Thinking in Circles Without Getting Dizzy
  21. The Warrior's Attributes
  22. Why is Easy So Hard to Learn?
  23. A Bit Belated
  24. Not Magic, Science
  25. Etiquette and Ego
  26. Banyu Aigo
  27. What Aikido is Not (IMHO)
  28. Yoshinkai - Beyond the "Hard Style" Label
  29. Everyday Holiday
  30. Parsimony
  31. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 5
  32. New Year, New Day, Everyday
  33. Aikido Cuisine
  34. Pareto Optimum
  35. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 6
  36. Receiving Corrections
  37. Eroticism
  38. Irimi: Entering = Initiate and Intercept
  39. Courage, Compassion, and Class
  40. The Death of Learning
  41. Of Oak Leaves, Blind Hogs, and an Acorn
  42. Soft Power, A Magnetic Approach to Practice
  43. Extend From There
  44. The Randori Game
  45. The Demonstration
  46. Kisshomaru as Interpretor of the Founder's Words
  47. Toto, We're Not in Kansas Any More
  48. Capture the Spine
  49. The 2nd Scout Law
  50. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 7
  51. The Potter and the Magic Clay
  52. Empty from Below. Connect, Load, and Move the Hip
  53. Applying Aikido To Other Budo
  54. On Teaching Writing and Aikido
  55. One Continuous Motion
  56. Breaking Time
  57. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 8
  58. Cut Like a Sword
  59. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 9
  60. Things That Won't Kill Me
  61. War, Conflict, Competition
  62. Recreation
  63. The Boxes We Make
  64. The Discipline of Loving Protection
  65. Correlation of Aikido and Daito-Ryu Waza
  66. Elusive Realism
  67. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 10
  68. My Son's First Black Belt Test
  69. Finding Expression
  70. Taoistic Aikido
  71. Aiki Exploratorium, Part I: Combining Simple Motions
  72. Aikido in Uncertain Times
  73. Sensei is No Master
  74. The Labyrinth
  75. Inclusion
  76. The Challenge
  77. A Passage in Time
  78. Taisabaki
  79. The Challenge of Not Competing
  80. Changes
  81. Looking Ahead
  82. The Magnifying Glass
  83. Don't Create What You Don't Want
  84. Fighting Boredom
  85. Aikido in Real Life
  86. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 11
  87. Evolving
  88. Aikido and Alexander Technique
  89. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 12
  90. Let Them Fall
  91. Slowly
  92. The Climb
  93. Off and On
  94. Aikido is a World Heritage
  95. Always Aiming
  96. Hai Sensei
  97. Personal Space
  98. Shark Repellent
  99. Imagine
  100. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 13
  101. The Soft Sword of Aikido
  102. A Strike Like Thunder
  103. Lead with the Head
  104. Little by Little
  105. No Pain, No Gain
  106. Modest Goals
  107. Student Intake Questionnaire
  108. Feel the Finesse
  109. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 14
  110. The Visitor
  111. Big Mind, Small Technique
  112. Saluting Salubrity
  113. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 15
  114. Guests in the House
  115. Ride the Wave
  116. Patience
  117. Soccer Team Spirit in Aikido
  118. A Brother to Dragons
  119. After Training... Friends
  120. How To Be An Amateur
  121. Why Beauty
  122. Open Eyes
  123. In Time and Out of It
  124. Communication
  125. Loaves and Fishes
  126. Always Re-finding
  127. Learning by Feel
  128. The Secret
  129. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 16
  130. Triangles to Circles
  131. The Journey Continues
  132. The Pupil Sees
  133. Aikido Comes to Hawaii
  134. What the Body Learns and Remembers
  135. Falling in Love
  136. Aikido is Healing
  137. Belonging
  138. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 17
  139. In Memory of Kuroiwa Yoshio - 黒岩洋志郎 -- 1932- 2010
  140. The Second Coming
  141. Letting Go
  142. Mindful Practice
  143. Proficiency and Aikido
  144. The Hiden Diaries: A Day in the Life of Morihei Ueshiba
  145. Conflict and Aikido
  146. The Master Craftsman
  147. The Hourglass
  148. Yet
  149. The Hiden Diaries 2: Another Day in the Life of Morihei Ueshiba
  150. Breaking Shu Ha Ri
  151. Another New Student
  152. Why Courtesy
  153. Victims and Predators
  154. Same, Same, but Different
  155. Winning with my Aikido
  156. Sheepdogs
  157. Out of the Blue
  158. Aikido and the Path to Better Horsemanship
  159. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 18
  160. Sleight of Hand, Sleight of Mind
  161. Independence Day
  162. Layers of the Onion
  163. Nothing but Misogi?
  164. Principle, Practical, and Practice
  165. The Fraud
  166. 5th Kyu Shihan and Learning Styles
  167. Stress Inoculation and the Spirit
  168. Focus and Aikido Training
  169. Interview with Paul Linden Sensei
  170. Another Lesson
  171. Oh Yea Uh
  172. When Systems Falter
  173. Whose Aiki Is It, Anyway?
  174. The Thought
  175. Go Slowly
  176. What's With All the Pushing?
  177. Circles, Spirals, and Spheres
  178. Flights of Fancy
  179. Mindful Modeling and Mentoring
  180. Aiki Principles - Are They Realistic?
  181. Learning and Mastering
  182. Keeping It Together
  183. Winning vs. Not Losing
  184. Receiving and Giving Gifts
  185. Aikido Solution to a Cultural Collision
  186. A Solid Idea
  187. Legacy and the Founder
  188. A Season
  189. Everyday: A New Day
  190. Economy
  191. The Hand and the Glove (thirty two reasons)
  192. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 19
  193. Reciprocity
  194. My Living with Aiki Principles
  195. Injury and Responsibility
  196. Do We Know What Aikido Truly Is?
  197. Testing Nerves
  198. Zen in the Art of Aikido
  199. The Box
  200. The New Grading System
  201. The Dojo is a Stage
  202. Importance of Keeping it Simple
  203. Responsibility and Smiling, or Training for Mutual Benefit
  204. Half a Tatami
  205. Knowing
  206. Kalamma Sutta
  207. Hitori Geiko, an Aiki Perspective
  208. Unbalance - Feet of Clay
  209. Nearness
  210. Understanding Aikido
  211. Learning Through Feeling
  212. Go, Said the Bird...
  213. Am I Tough Enough to Be a Beginner?
  214. Shugyo: Mindfully Train
  215. Brothers
  216. The Word "Aikido"
  217. History in the Making
  218. A Difficult Application
  219. DIKIW
  220. Improvised Weapons No. 1: The Umbrella
  221. Indigo Blue
  222. A: Awareness, Ability, and Assertiveness
  223. 9/11, an Aiki Perspective
  224. Lessons of the Sword
  225. Irimi
  226. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 20
  227. The Realm of Aiki
  228. Martial Arts in Manga and Animé
  229. Un Camino que Tiene Corazón
  230. B: Blending, Balance, and Bull
  231. Kihon Waza and Randori
  232. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 21
  233. Kuzushi
  234. Resistance
  235. Pas de Deux for Peace
  236. Rethinking Aikido for the 21st Century
  237. C: Conflict, Contemplation, and Clarity
  238. Lessons from Missed Classes
  239. Fred and Ginger
  240. Aiki and Kokyu Ryoku
  241. A New Column: It Had to be Felt
  242. The Benefits of Not Doing Aikido
  243. Worldwide Joining
  244. Yurusu, An Aiki Perspective
  245. D: Direction, Decision, and Discipline
  246. Twenty Years of Stillness
  247. It Had to Be Felt #1: Chasing Doshu
  248. It Had to Be Felt #2: Chasing Waka-sensei
  249. E: Empty, Empathy, Engage
  250. A Round Robin: Why and How We Train