AIKIDO IN EVERYDAY LIFE

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Aikido In Everyday Life

Author : Terry Dobson
ISBN : 1556431511
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Conflict is an unavoidable aspect of living. The principles of aikido are uniquely suited to everyday conflict resolution because it is a martial art based on avoiding attack. Its nondefensive, prosocial stance offers new options for dealing with conflict and can help break habits such as bullying and intimidation.
Category: Sports & Recreation

A Way To Reconcile The World

Author : Cooke Quentin
ISBN : 1631734083
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A collection of over 80 aikido stories from aikido practitioners around the world about the impact of their practice in everyday life. The story tellers range from almost the complete beginner to the most seasoned sensei.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Aikido

Author : Paul Frederick Rest
ISBN : 1522775404
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An everyday approach to understanding and using the core principles of the martial art Aikido written by a teacher and student of Aikido for over twenty years. The book is fun to read and the exercises can done during the course of one's everyday activities.
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The Principles Of Aikido

Author : Mitsugi Saotome
ISBN : 0877734097
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Demonstrates basic and advanced techniques in the Japanese art of swordsmanship and discusses the philosophy behind the martial art
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Total Aikido

Author : Gozo Shioda
ISBN : 4770020589
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Explains the principles, and basic postures and movements of aikido with special emphasis on key points to perfect one's technique, develop greater strength, and increase one's speed
Category: Sports & Recreation

Aikido Exercises For Teaching And Training

Author : C. M. Shifflett
ISBN : 155643314X
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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A training guide for Aikido practitioners. Author C. M. Shifflett explains the rationale behind each of the exercises, and addresses questions and concerns of Aikido students and teachers.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Knowing The Basics Of Aikido

Author : j Renkins
ISBN : 9781329786813
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Aikido is one of the oldest form of martial arts. Founded by Morihei Ueshiba, aikido came about through the studies of many different kinds of traditional martial arts. In fact, is often perceived as a form of exercise or a dance because of some of its forms. It is also viewed by some quarters as some form of martial mesmerism. Aikido is even confused with Daito Ryu Aikijutsu, it is different in its essence. Still, its founder attributed his creation of aikido to the way, his master Sokaku Takeda, grandmaster of Daito Ryu, opened his eyes to the nature of Budo.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Aikid

Author : Winfried Wagner
ISBN : 9783658101664
Genre : Psychology
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In this volume, nine renowned experts delineate their theoretical or methodological approach of Aikidô in potentiating constructive handling of social conflicts. The authors depict the contribution of the Japanese self-defensive art Aikidô to the theory and practice of conflict transformation. The concept of Elicitive Conflict Transformation (Lederach, Dietrich) necessarily calls for a revised understanding of applied peace work and a new personal profile of the conflict worker. This is the point where Aikidô and conflict/peace work meet.
Category: Psychology

The Practice Of Freedom

Author : Wendy Palmer
ISBN : 9781930485556
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Drawing on the poetic wisdom of the Tao Te Ching, American sensei Wendy Palmer translates the powerful teachings of aikido for use in everyday life. With poignant reflections on her own life, including teaching inmates in a woman's federal prison, she describes how we can regain our sense of freedom, vitality, and integrity when under the duress of life's "attacks" by transforming our negativity into budo, or unconditional love.The Practice of Freedom is invaluable not only for students of aikido and other movement and martial arts, but also for those who seek to live with confidence and self-reliance, to establish clear and compassionate boundaries, and to deepen their capacities for relationships.
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The Way Of Aikido

Author : George Leonard
ISBN : 1440621594
Genre : Self-Help
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“This book is a warmhearted handshake, a graceful and practical invitation to enter and blend with the ahhh of the world. It is as natural and wise an introduction to the spirit of the martial arts as you can find on paper.”—Jack Kornfield, bestselling author of A Path with Heart In his bestselling Mastery, renowned spiritual and martial arts teacher George Leonard taught hundreds of thousands of people how to use Zen philosophy to reach mastery in any field. Now, he brings together his extraordinary knowledge and experience into a book that translates the principles of aikido directly into our everyday lives. Aikido is more philosophy and meditation than a technique or a series of purely physical maneuvers. Leonard shares the secrets of this remarkable Eastern philosophy, which is the basis for the most radical and demanding of all martial arts. Through mind-body exercises inspired by aikido yet designed for non-practitioners, he demonstrates the fundamental understanding behind aikido and shows how it can be applied to help set us on the path to composure, self-sufficiency, and spiritual centeredness. Combining illuminating personal anecdotes with practical advice, this award-winning author describes the ways in which aikido can help turn life’s unanticipated blows into gifts and transform discord into harmony, anxiety and pain into vital energy. Exhilarating, enlightening, and filled with unique wisdom, The Way of Aikido is an inspiring lesson in balance, confidence, and power. “The Way of Aikido does no less than open the door to the universe and invite you through to become one with it, to become balanced, powerful, energetic, alert, and present.”—Susan Trott, author of The Holy Man and Crane Spreads Wings
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