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Old 12-14-2006, 10:55 AM   #53
Mike Sigman
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Re: How to teach and train relaxation

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Craig Hocker wrote:
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Mike Sigman wrote:
The Hara, the one-point, is the control center for the force coming from the ground, not the origin of the force. In order to move so that the power of the ground is constantly expressed throughout the movement, the one-point is needed as the control center. It is nothing more than a control center, a "nexus" of power... not the power itself.
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Mike
I don't see how that is any different than what Tohei Sensei is teaching.
Well, my comment was that it's apparently not clear that they're the same thing, Craig... and my comment was an opinion based on what I felt some of the people do. In a way, I'm simplifying my observation on this forum because it's difficult to express exactly what I felt was lacking... it's a more complex thing, although I tried to express the main part of it.

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Mike
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