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Old 01-07-2011, 10:28 AM   #26
Hellis
Dojo: Ellis Schools of Traditional Aikido
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Re: Aikido Dreams

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Henry you are a bit of a card, BUT I LIKE YOU HA HA!!!

If ya can't laugh at yourself it's time to go and see a shrink I always think!!

Do you reckon the daft idiot who phrased that might have a foot odour problem, Hence the breathing through his toes?
I never did find out what all that was about, the student did say that the teacher was teaching Ki Aikido and had some strange ideas.
It was only when he offered the carrot for the next lesson "" Next week I will be teaching you how to breath through your toes !!""The student said he knew it was time to leave.
Then again, the teacher could have had a foot fetish after tying them all up with ribbons

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Old 01-07-2011, 01:30 PM   #27
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Re: Aikido Dreams

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I never did find out what all that was about, the student did say that the teacher was teaching Ki Aikido and had some strange ideas.
It was only when he offered the carrot for the next lesson "" Next week I will be teaching you how to breath through your toes !!""The student said he knew it was time to leave.
Then again, the teacher could have had a foot fetish after tying them all up with ribbons

Henry Ellis
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HHmmmmm .....Ducky Ha ha ha....
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Old 01-08-2011, 04:49 AM   #28
Lari Hammarberg
Dojo: Aikidoseura Asahi Lappeenranta Finland
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Re: Aikido Dreams

I've had few lately again... Mostly stuff with bo and a lot of tenkan. Like usual practice. But all people i've met in my dreams this far have been unfamiliar to me or some well known sensei. I just came from class, a tough one, lets see if i this brings more vivid stuff tonight. Will report back then. I hope i'll have some cool dream to tell ya about.
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Old 01-08-2011, 05:34 PM   #29
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Re: Aikido Dreams

I rarely dream, about aikido or anything else. Generally I go to bed and sleep the sleep of the just until the alarm goes off. When I do dream, it's usually the antimalarials at work, and I don't take any meaning from it.
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Old 01-09-2011, 01:46 PM   #30
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Re: Aikido Dreams

Wow, some of you guys have wonderfully detailed dreams
I've had some cool aikido dreams over the years. One was about training in a gym & there was this muscular bloke who was hassling me. When he put his arm around me, I realised he was pretty tense, so I lightly put my arm on his & did a load of down on it. He went down very hard, which was immensely satisfying.

I often have vague dreams of doing amazing aikido, but I don't tend to remember the movements, just how wonderful it felt.

I had a dream last night about being taken hostage & the person trying to shoot me. Managed to dive out the way the first time & then I remembered being told on the mat the day before "you have to enter". Entered very positively as he came round the corner & got the gun off of him!
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Old 01-10-2011, 05:26 AM   #31
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Re: Aikido Dreams

Hi All,
Yea i have Aikido related dreams often (at least weekly) sometimes the're vivid sometimes vague, sometimes they relate to my training and make sense at other times they make no sense.
I used to write them down (what i could remember) to try and make sense of them.
These days i just accept them.
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