The Secret Teachings Of Aikido – Ueshiba. Product code: BOA £ (4 in stock). More of a philosophical exploration than a practical guide, this book will. Here’s a book review of “The Secret Teachings of Aikido” by Morihei Ueshiba and translated by John Stevens. In part, the reviewer writes, “The. About a year ago someone gave me a copy of [The Secret Teachings of.
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The Secret Teachings of Aikido
Be the first to ask a question about The Secret Teachings of Aikido. Oct 22, Cheryl rated it it was amazing. About Ki About You. Please select a flair for your post to categorize the content for future generations.
It almost sounds like he was a practitioner of the “ancient knowledge” numerologists and conspiracy nuts talk about. Aikido is a nonviolent martial art designed to “save the life of one’s opponent as well as one’s own. Judson rated it really liked it May 04, An-hell rated it it was amazing Sep 04, Show Printable Version Email this Page.
Aikido really is a way of life disguised as a martial art. If you ask me teahcings it’s possible to get to what he was doing without going though that – I would say yes, absolutely.
I pretty much dismiss anything in martial arts that starts to sound mystical or esoteric. AikiWeb System Join Date: Actually, the English title is yeachings little different than the Japanese, which translates to “The Essence of Aikido”. Submit a new text post.
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The Secret Teachings Of Aikido by Morihei Ueshiba – Penguin Books Australia
If you wish to join in the discussions or use the other advanced features available, you will need to register first. I have no problem with other people believing it if that’s what they want to believe, and if an instructor starts going off on that sort of stuff in a class or seminar I’ll just sit quietly with the rest of the class and say nothing.
Evanston IL Join Date: While broken up into chapters, there’s quite a bit of repetition. Fabio Alves rated it really liked it Dec 11, More so when the translation is an edited version of text that was itself edited and rearranged. This is not a book of martial arts techniques, rather the spirit behind one system as presented by its Founder.
However look here for a more in-depth discussion. Happy Mike rated it it was amazing Feb 08, Subscribe to Read More to find out about similar books. Your subscription to Read More was successful. Perhaps my problem with it was that the philosophy of Aikido is so steeped in Shinto. I haven’t been able to train at the dojo all week due to a head cold, but this book is the next best thing to being there.
I know, it sounds kind of nuts – but if you look at what he said aikjdo the correct context he’s actually describing a very old, and very logical, training model and methodology. Transmission, Inheritance, Emulation 6.
I can’t imagine what it must’ve been like for O’Sensei’s students! There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Aikido evolved from the rich martial traditions of Japan, and was developed by Morihei Ueshiba based on their profound philosophies. The time now is The introduction was written by his grandson, Moriteru Ueshiba, the present Aikido Doshu.
Even if you are not interested in martial arts, but would like to find a different and nonviolent approach to life’s experiences, this is still a worth reading. Hello and thank you for visiting AikiWebthe world’s most ssecret online Aikido community! Juan rated it it was amazing Jul 20, Anyway, there’s a good bit of very solid technical information contained in what you are reading – but it’s a pain to dig out. For questions and comments about this website: