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Old 11-17-2017, 03:26 AM   #1
Leonaiki
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Beyond the method

Hi all,

I'm beginning the translation of a (very) long series of articles devoted to Saito sensei's method:

Beyond the method

The series is 75 posts long (and counting...) so bear with me, it will be a long ride.

In that series, Philippe Voarino explains Saito sensei's methodological principles and how to go beyond the method, hence the name.
Let's not take the map for the territory

Since I'm not the author of the articles I can only vaguely answer in this forum to any of your comment or questions. Philippe Voarino is always happy to answer there.

Good reading.
Léon

P.S 1

(I welcome any suggestion regarding the translation, I translated as close as possible to the original text, hence some clumsiness here and there).

P.S 2
I strongly recommend reading the series devoted to Kajos. I can only speak for myself but that series changed everything in my practice/understanding. (Yeah, don't laugh, back to zero, very funny... )
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