Re: What is Ki?
I gave you my definition of ki, posts #66, because you seemed to ask in what sense I felt I understood ki.
I put it in bold type.
Ignoring it, you replied with :
a fuzzy phenomenon
any fuzzy shape
pointing at the moon
an ineffable experience
communication is pointless
impediments on the journey.
You insist on pushing a physical phenomenon into the realm of poetry, some mystic paradox,.
Why this resistance?
Am I to conclude that this is a passion with us, to complicate simple matters and refuse to agree, or even listen?
With all respect to the posters, and hope that you find something meaningful in Aikido, I am probably not wrong in concluding that there are thought issues that make dialogue impossible. Some find it mean to name it; the truth is a bitter pill to swallow.
I have emotions too; I want to rise above my own impatience. But if I give you a cup of water, and you spill it out on the ground, don't ask me for another. Sadly I am just the fool to give it to you.
Last edited by Nikopol : 02-14-2010 at 02:00 AM.