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The Completion of All Things

Aikido practice is an efficient solution for making efforts for a modern-day person who is asking questions about the meaning of life. A diligent exploration of the designation in this world provides a person with sufficient strength to discover Aikido practice as the tool to obtain free will and to realize the freedom of choice. It is about discovering our own destructive and defective nature with the help of Aikido practice, and about using Aikido as the tool to acquire a compensation for our imperfections through the discovery of the need to change our attitude to ourselves and to the outer world, and to begin acting with the missing intention.

About Aikido Practice

Aikido is not just some kind of new experience and aesthetic pleasure one can enjoy at spare time. A grown up person can come to the true Aikido practice out of internal need for an answer to the question about the sense of everyday and virtually wasted efforts made in hope to perceive the richness of life. Aikido is not just another thing that is worth trying. Aikido practice is the tool that should be knowingly used in order to fill the life with the missing element that a human being requires to obtain the integrity, awareness and harmony with the discovered world.

Aikido as a Self-cultivation Practice

Aikido practice is not just another kind of physical activity. The progress in Aikido practice is not only to learn a sequence of intricate moves and develop algorithms to use them in case of real danger. The real Aikido is to build a special kind of communication between people, as an embodiment of the human understanding and compassion. Aikido technique is a manifestation of such attitude. This way, Aikido techniques represent the form of our understanding and compassion as our reaction towards “aggressor's” actions, even if this person “wants to kill us”. The power of having such attitude is revealed in the efficiency of Aikido techniques. This power is not initially available to a common person, and also it cannot be cultivated without the appropriate intention.