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Old 05-15-2007, 10:46 PM   #18
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Re: 10,000+ techniques

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Lori Ann Hermano wrote: View Post
1.How did O'Sensei record them? From the moment of attack til the end when uke is immobilized? Or per movement, ex: 3 moves til uke is down is counted as 3 techniques?
Well, no matter how he did it - it's still overwhelming!!!

2. Was there any event where they tried to do all these techniques? Say in a 3 or 4 month 1 year, 5 year intensive course? How many years will it take to experience all of it? -

3. Where can his manuscripts and illustrations be viewed?

Thanks.

Lori (Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam)
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From O'Senei's book

'Budo',
"Your teacher can only give you an outline, a hint here or there to guide you. Only through constant practice will you master the practical use of this mystery. Learn to understand with your body. Do not engage in a futile effort to learn a great number of techniques but rather study the techniques one by one. Make each your own."

Trust only movement. Life happens at the level of events not of words. Trust movement. --Alfred Adler
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