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Old 12-04-2002, 09:48 AM   #13
siwilson
Dojo: Kenshinkai Yoshinkan Aikido
Location: Portsmouth
Join Date: May 2002
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Some thoughts...
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I still think that someone would be able to experience and incoroprate aikido in its entirity into their life, without necissarily being able to make it abstract and teach it.
Is the spread and sharing of Aikido not part of "Aikido in its entirity"?
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Yes, being able to verbalise it and communicate it may help... but I think improving your ukemi is a better way of sharing aikido in its complete form than to try and explain it with words.
Do you think teaching Aikido is purely verbal?

Osu!
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