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Old 05-29-2002, 08:22 AM   #9
Greg Jennings
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Re: KI

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Originally posted by aiki_what
I once had someone chastise me because my ki was going in the wrong direction to do a throw.......so I smacked him in the cojones lightly and while he attempted to regather his ki I executed a beautiful Kaiten-nage.
In that context, I've heard people use "ki" to mean "momentum" or "the natural path things are headed in".

In that sense, one could certainly have one's "ki" headed in the "wrong" direction(assuming one's goal is to utilize his partner's momentum to execute the technique).

Best Regards,

Greg Jennings
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