By Koichi Tohei
Aikido is in strict accord with the legislation of nature and provides a impressive co-ordination of psychological and actual states. each stream calls for consistent perform and ideal co-ordination. This e-book explains intimately Aikidos guiding spirit and the fifty easy strategies.
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He saw that post-war morality was at a low ebb among the people and many young men went astray, and he deeply grieved at this tendency. Many self-conceited Japanese who had thought themselves spirilUally superior lost self-confidence after the miserable defeat of their nation and even denied the existence of any spirit. Professor Uyeshib3 was convinced that this was the time to open AIKIDO to the public, let them know the proper use of mind and body. let them underst3nd the principles of Nature and leI them once more gain back their confidence.
With Nature. AIKIDO l$ in accord Lei us suppose that there is a sleep mountain as yel unconquered. Though many have tried to reach its summit, only :l few have even reached half way. Some lost their way; some lost their lives, but many fortunately returned without mishap. Then came a man of iron will, intrepidily, delermmation and cool contemplation. With inflexible spirit and knowledge of Ihe mountain based on Ihe experience of his predecessors. he finally attained the summit Ihrough his supreme effort.
We shall some day pay the penalty for our sms. 11 is of prime Importance lhcn for each individual to discipline himself so lhat he receives ature's bleSSings with gratitude and perceives the relative value of each blessing as il is received. Professor Uyeshiba always says. " Those who heard this seemingly paradoxical statcmcnt received it with suspicion. One studenl asked. " This student was looking at the form and not Ihe spiril of AIKIDO whose principles are nothing less than the principles of Nalurc.
Aikido: Coordination of Mind and Body for Self Defence by Koichi Tohei