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RiaNi no Aiki Blog Tools Rate This Blog
Creation Date: 03-09-2007 04:33 AM
R. Anggraeni
aiki in my daily life
[a little blog of aiki-struggler]
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Status: Public
Entries: 2
Comments: 3
Views: 31,961

In General Long journey begins with small steps Entry Tools Rate This Entry
  #1 New 03-09-2007 04:50 AM
It's been almost 2 years for me to practise aikido in dojo of my campus. Two years, for me, is not enough to get what I want from aikido. So busy with tasks and lessons I must do, it's so little time to get more practise. I feel very pity for that. What a wasted time.

So, one of my new year's resolution is to return practising aikido. It's hard because of my more-and-more heavy tasks and lessons, but... I like aikido. The more difficult I practise, the more I like aikido. Well, I'm not kind a of masochist anyway but I feel some 'comfortable' when I've been dropped as uke, ukemi rolling and nage snapping. I feel some 'exciting'. Feels like... aikido is calling me.

The journey of mine has just begun.
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#1 11-02-2008 10:59 PM
Harm-ony Says:
have you try 'ukemi' on paving blocks??? i'ts fun and build our self confidence..... that's what i think.... Peace and Love, unisba aikido club bandung

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