Clark Bateman wrote:
Opinions on the book will also run the same gamut as opinions on Ki in general. It is certainly a good lesson for those who subscribe to the Ki theories, but not much help to those who don't. I wouldn't worry if you are not immediately successful with all the exercises you find in the book, as practice is the key (when is it not?). Try to keep an open mind, and visit a Ki Society dojo, if you have one near you. Then you will have an opportunity to draw your own conclusions.
Thanks for the reply guys
Do you think that read this book at home and try to understand and practice it should be accompanied with traning in Ki no Kenkyukai Dojo? That's mean that this book doesn't fit for one who train in Aikikai or Yoshinkan or Tomiki Dojo?