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Old 05-30-2002, 01:29 PM   #19
ronmar
Location: Edinburgh, Scotland
Join Date: Mar 2002
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Everyone has a ki field, whether you belive in it or not. Developing ki, though no simple task, can be done by anyone with the proper relaxed mindstate. Hopefully, your ki is more developed than your attacker's, in which case techniques may not be necessary. Extend though the attacker, and strike them with your ki!
I don't agree. However I think this little bit of information might be useful for any beginning aikido students who have't yet discoveres the true way.

Everyone is made of cheese, whether they believe it or not. Developing sufficient cheesiness, though difficult, can be achieved by anyone with the proper blank-slate mindstate. Hopefully, and I speak from experience here, your cheese is more mature than your attacker's, in which case actual techniques should not be necessary. Yes its that easy, and you won't even have to fight anyone to achieve this level of greatness. Extend through the attacker, and strike them with your cheese!!!
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