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Old 03-14-2017, 01:17 PM   #1
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Small Contribution about the Late Seigo Yamaguchi Sensei by Nick Kraus

New KogenBudo Blog -A Small Contribution about the Late Seigo Yamaguchi Sensei by Nick Kraus http://tinyurl.com/jj9n5dn

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Re: Small Contribution about the Late Seigo Yamaguchi Sensei by Nick Kraus

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Hello Ellis,

Very nice. Later, after 1980, I attended one of those yudansha classes, and I was very happy to take ukemi from Yamaguchi Sensei on that occasion. He came annually to Hiroshima for a three-day seminar and I had much more ukemi contact with him.

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Re: Small Contribution about the Late Seigo Yamaguchi Sensei by Nick Kraus

Peter - Thanks much for your note. It is interesting, is it not, how "classical" Yamaguchi sensei's attempt to chart his internal process in such a chart. Koyru documents are absolutely full of them. I always find, however, that it is very hard to discern what such charts encapsulate - it is such a difficult thing to sketch out just what one is doing!
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Re: Small Contribution about the Late Seigo Yamaguchi Sensei by Nick Kraus

Hello again, Ellis,

Absolutely. I am working on TIE 28 and have been going through some of the Takemusu Aiki material, with the Japanese text and three translations: that by Sonoko Tanaka and Stan Pranin, by John Stevens, and the French translation in progress. It is very instructive to see how they respectively attempt to grapple with Morihei Ueshiba's Japanese--and his Omoto / Shinto / Kogiki theology. Deguchi also made many diagrams, and it is very clear that Ueshiba made much use of these.

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