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Old 08-07-2008, 05:42 PM   #78
Demetrio Cereijo
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Re: Pre War Aikido, 1930 through Iwama period

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Barry Clemons wrote: View Post
Ueshiba, more of a spiritual transformation and less of a falling out between student and teacher, created his art being Aikido.
Or it was simply the old su-ha-ri.

Anyway, one thing I've noticed is the great similarities in how waza is done (and the lack of "spirituality") in the styles developed by pre-war students* regardeless affiliation or separation from Aikikai, compared with the different approaches both technical and spiritual you can see in post-war Hombu lines.

*This considering the strong pre-war relationship of O Sensei with Omoto Kyo starting in 1920.

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