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Old 03-10-2002, 04:12 AM   #1
Delfin Labrador
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Teaching Aikido

Aikido Hyoho. How effective is Aikido? very! when you look at it from the view of Sun tzu. I think if you are not reading Go rin no sho something could be missinig from your Aikido.
Small tibit "He who excels at resolving difficulties does so before they arise. He who excels in coquering his enemies triumphs before threats materialize" Zanshin is 24-7 not fear but awareness.What do you think about Aikido Hyoho?
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Old 03-10-2002, 06:41 AM   #2
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Aikido Hyoho. How effective is Aikido? very! when you look at it from the view of Sun tzu. I think if you are not reading Go rin no sho something could be missinig from your Aikido.
"Go rin no sho" was written by Miyamoto Musashi (probably collected by his followers, actually). You're thinking about "Sonshi no Hyouhou" ("Sun Tzu's Art of War") .

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