Carl. I am still missing your point. You keep trying to connect what I say with what someone else says.
Are you really
missing my point or just avoiding it? I think it is you
who is trying to connect what you say with what someone else says. I'm trying to either disconnect it or find out how you can justify the connection.
In my previous post I asked you to clarify one way or the other if you are just talking about your own aikido or that of others too regarding this "feeling different on touch".
- When you start a thread claiming "a new phenomena" is standard to your aikido, I want to 'understand' if that phenomenon is the same one you were arguing about recently.
- If not, please say so. If so, I also want to ‘understand' how you got enough information on an IHTBF phenomenon without feeling to be able to connect it to your aikido.
It's that simple.
The use of the word "understand" instead of "know" that you introduced earlier hints that you don't claim to have the exact information, in which case I think you should retract the claim that the phenomenon is "standard to" or "regularly stated in" your aikido.