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Old 10-10-2012, 09:17 AM   #1
oisin bourke
 
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Aikido and shodo

Here is a nice link about Ueshiba Sensei, Abe Sensei, Aikido and Shodo:

http://blog.aikidojournal.com/2012/1...er-of-shodo-2/

IMO, practicing a fine art such as Shodo along with budo is essential at some point on the journey. We have plenty of precedents!

(BTW I have no connection with the poster or design company)
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Old 10-10-2012, 11:44 AM   #2
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Re: Aikido and shodo

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Oisin Bourke wrote: View Post
Here is a nice link about Ueshiba Sensei, Abe Sensei, Aikido and Shodo:

http://blog.aikidojournal.com/2012/1...er-of-shodo-2/

IMO, practicing a fine art such as Shodo along with budo is essential at some point on the journey. We have plenty of precedents!

(BTW I have no connection with the poster or design company)
I recently read an article on this very same subject. Aikido helped him through his barrier he had and what he did helped Ueshiba with what he was looking for. I found it very interesting and even joyful.

Peace.G.
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