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Old 03-18-2012, 04:31 AM   #25
Dojo: Brisbane Aikido Republic
Join Date: Jun 2004
Posts: 296
Re: What is a great framework for learning (Aikido) ?

Lars Beyer wrote: View Post
Dear Daniel
I like that qoute but I am a bit uncertain how I should interprete it. Maybe itīs because I feel that the structure and framework for training is allready present, that is not something I created but rather something I should explore and become aware of during regular practise. Is this a prober interpretation you think ?
Sounds like you are well equipped already for learning, down the track when/if the quote is helpful... use it!

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