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Old 04-27-2007, 08:08 AM   #46
Dojo: West Wind Dojo Santa Monica California
Location: Malibu, California
Join Date: Feb 2006
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Re: Aikido for Drug/alcohol Rehab

Lynn Seiser wrote: View Post
For sake of conversation and communication, generalities are used and "never" represent universals. There are always exceptions to the rules, and that's a rule that is "always" true. I trained in a "strip-mall-dojo" under a truly great master. But, in my experience, he was an exception.

Yes, practice and application are different. And yes, the symbiotic harmonizing of dualities has "always" been the way of the mystic and healing. There is no either/or.
Thanks for the reply AikiBrother. I confess I was hinting a little bit regarding the location of your great teacher's Dojo in my question.

To sum up from my experiance A background in Aikido or some form of conflict resolution is a great asset to have if you desire to help people. Practice Hard and keep your Heart open.

William Hazen
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