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Qatana's Blog Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 05-06-2003 11:30 PM
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Entries: 24
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In General 2 week panic Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #13 New 11-03-2006 09:29 AM
. At least I wasn;t the only one who sucked last night,and I think i am entering better on jiyuwaza but I also got the same damn correstion I ALWAYS get-too much head & shouolders while simultaneously trying to back away from uke. I Can't Feel It.. I know this is the body's default position when I feel threatened, the system just wants to plow through any opposition so my head goes forward while my center goes back and I get stuck in the middle.
Bill, my other teacher, told me I was "doing fine" but i'm all freaked cuz I'm going symptomatic with my mdical stuff on the mat now and this has never happened before.medical stuff being essentially non-life-threatening and largely psychosomatic and stress-elated and very,very annoying and disr=tracting on the mat.
Right now I am ready to not only bail from the test but my theatrical and social plans for the next two months.
I will not die
I will not quit
I will cry a lot
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#1 11-03-2006 11:42 AM
Mark Gibbons Says:
Breathe, walk, look closely at how beautiful the fuschias are in the Bay Area in fall. Best wishes Mark (who doesn't have to test for most of a year)

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