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Old 05-21-2003, 05:09 PM   #6
siwilson
Dojo: Kenshinkai Yoshinkan Aikido
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Join Date: May 2002
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I find that Gozo Shioda Sensei's explanation of Ki works best for me - the Mastery of Uke's Balance!

This then makes it composed of time (timing), position vector (distance/position), momentum/energy, force (from Uke & Tori/Sh'te/Nage), and mind (conciousness)!

There is obviously a lot more to Ki, but this is all I can piece together.


Osu!
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