Well I cannot, because I don't actually know what you do, because there is all of this secret stuff that you all can't talk about. Which doesn't stop you from talking about how it has fundamentally changed your practice and challenged the way you understand aiki.
Anyway I have gotten way too close to breaking the rules of conduct here and this conversation is well past any hope of being productive. Bon appetit.
There's really not much that I can't talk about (nothing, really, except things that don't touch on the core issues) - and Dan has posted some very detailed explanations over the years. He's not the only one, of course.
We have at least three workshops with Dan a year, and he and other folks hold workshops all over the world.
The time is past, IMO, when "inaccessibility" is a viable excuse - and a senior ASU instructor said that very thing here on AikiWeb just a short time ago.