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Old 04-07-2010, 12:01 AM   #126
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Re: Internal Power (AIKI?)-- Players and Haters

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The short answer, the aunkai doesn't teach sword waza, this is an application of a principle.

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Thanks Hunter for both very informative posts. I see allot of similarities of principles between what we are taught in Nishio Sensei's Iaido and Ken te Ken practice.

I sure hope to experience and practice Iai with Aiki one of these days.

William Hazen
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Old 04-07-2010, 06:55 AM   #127
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I say that because the mechanics we are speaking of are directly related -- and so analytically they need dynamic treatment.
But "we" are not speaking about the same mechanics. You're speaking about something you think is the same mechanics, but they're not. The ones I'm speaking of are easily analysed in static increments. This stuff is not rocket science, but you have to be shown how to do it in order to understand how to do it.

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Old 04-07-2010, 07:04 AM   #128
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Re: Internal Power (AIKI?)-- Players and Haters

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But "we" are not speaking about the same mechanics. You're speaking about something you think is the same mechanics, but they're not. The ones I'm speaking of are easily analysed in static increments. This stuff is not rocket science, but you have to be shown how to do it in order to understand how to do it.

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Mike Sigman
Ah, well. "you're wrong that I'm wrong that you're wrong that I'm wrong, that you're wrong... " ... and let's just leave that all again pretty much as read, shall we...?

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Old 04-07-2010, 08:57 PM   #129
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Ah, well. "you're wrong that I'm wrong that you're wrong that I'm wrong, that you're wrong... " ... and let's just leave that all again pretty much as read, shall we...?
I see. It is the right side of the Brain versus the left side of Brain thingy. What does the Body say?
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Old 04-08-2010, 01:27 PM   #130
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I see. It is the right side of the Brain versus the left side of Brain thingy. What does the Body say?
The Body? Jesse Ventura?

The body says it works just fine.

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Erick Mead
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