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Last nights training went very well, I observed a few things last night that I am starting to understand about taking someone's mind then balance also I have observed people not really going though the technique Properly they just seem to go though the motions and I thought well it is so easy to get into that trap even my sensei said the same thing last night, I have decided not to be one of those people so when I do a technique I snap it on it gives a true representation of the technique, I am guessing people do not want to hurt anyone which is noble but what if you have to do this in real life and it does not work, because you have not trained properly you might get hurt or worse, in this case people would blame their sensei or Aikido its self but the true blame must lie at the feet of the student the sensei can only show you and point out these errors but its down to the student to implement them.
My Grading training is going well I am starting to feel the tension on the other person, I am not sure if this is because I am getting softer or I am more relaxed doing the technique but I can really feel a difference once I understand this more I will try capture that feeling by writing it down .
When my sensei now shows us things everything slows down for me it almost like I am looking at everything in slow motion I wonder if anyone else has this kind of feeling its like I am living just in that moment it's a pretty awesome feeling