Please do not take offense, but to the person who felt that using the It Has or Had to Be Felt format other than in its original format and content was inappropriate, then I also am guilty, because in my own blog I described being thrown by Kanai Sensei in a similar title, It Was Not Felt.
Presumably I am that person. No offense taken.
Just to clarify, I'm not saying it is inappropriate to use the It Has to Be Felt format other than in its original form. In any case, this usage isn't an account of getting thrown by anyone as you described and even a spiritual
"It Has To Be Felt" is not a problem here. Osensei did not just bring his hands together in the ceremonial claps to merge HI-dari
(aka: fire or "KA" 火) and MI-gi
(water 水) making KA-MI
(God 神). HI-dari
is also the spirit and MI
is the body (the MI
半身 is 'body'). The wonders of kotodama
also make this KA-kureteiru MI
or the "hidden body" which cannot be seen, but which can be felt.
But Ross just wrote a list of rhetorical questions such as...
Is O Sensei still relevant? Was he ever?
...under a column title that uses a play on the title of another set of columns.
As I said, the level of intention behind any insinuation is debatable.