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Old 07-24-2016, 07:24 PM   #1
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Budo - Moritaka Ueshiba’s 1938 Technical Manual

New blog post! "Budo - Moritaka Ueshiba’s 1938 Technical Manual" - Budo Renshu, Aikido Maki-no-uchi, now - Budo. Get the complete set in freely downloadable PDF format!

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Old 07-24-2016, 08:06 PM   #2
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Re: Budo - Moritaka Ueshiba’s 1938 Technical Manual

Thank you for sharing this and for your insight into it.

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Old 07-24-2016, 08:46 PM   #3
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Hope you enjoyed it!

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Re: Budo - Moritaka Ueshiba’s 1938 Technical Manual

Thanks Chris!

A thought on this:
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Christopher Li wrote:
Takuma Hisa ...gives there the same exact explanation (word for word)...

"Strike while exercising the technique of the unity of opposites (陰陽合致) in the hand-sword."
So if I am thinking clearly, one of these is likely:
1. Both the Ueshiba documents and the Hisa book are quoting an existing Daito-ryu document;
2. Both are quoting a received oral teaching from Takeda;
or
3. Hisa is quoting Ueshiba.

I'm absolutely not surprised they are saying similar things, I just thought it was "striking" that it was verbatim.
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Old 07-27-2016, 02:11 PM   #5
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Re: Budo - Moritaka Ueshiba’s 1938 Technical Manual

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Thanks Chris!

A thought on this:

So if I am thinking clearly, one of these is likely:
1. Both the Ueshiba documents and the Hisa book are quoting an existing Daito-ryu document;
2. Both are quoting a received oral teaching from Takeda;
or
3. Hisa is quoting Ueshiba.

I'm absolutely not surprised they are saying similar things, I just thought it was "striking" that it was verbatim.
Very interesting, isn't it? Putting all the documents in a row for comparison is striking, indeed.

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