Re: What is Ki?
Is it something like runners high?
I won't say, "no"; I can see where that would be an appropriate analogy.
I see looking back through the post that Dirk and David said much the same thing as I, understanding what the Japanese term means and understanding the pitfalls of trying to define it as if it were a concrete property.
What is sight? Here is another thing that is experienced better than it can be described, which also varies in quality and gives us power.
Mary, why be troubled by the words?
The point above all is practice Aikido to attain ki, not to attain definitions.
Last edited by Nikopol : 02-12-2010 at 09:03 AM.
Reason: spelling, wording