SADAO YOSHIOKA'S AIKIDO

analogy of Nature
another case of bad etiquette
bad etiquette
bokken, way of the warrior
bowing
bowing to strangers
bowing, sempai/kohai
bowing, signal for
breathing
cherry blossoms and weeds
clean mind
cleanliness
dangers of power
discipline
discrimination
dojo attendance away from home
dojo layout
dojo, front of
friends, lecturing
friendship/etiquette
growth
guest instructor etiquette
hakama folding
hakama folding as training
hardship
harmony of mind and body
harmony with nature
harmony with nature (2)
harmony with nature (3)
hotel pickup
how not to think
humility
hurting students' feelings
introduction, illness
junior guest instructor
Kusunoki Masahige
late for class
late for class, instructor
leadership
left side
left/right, plus/minus, foundation
line-up position
loyalty
loyalty (2)
making bokken
meaning of Aikido
meaning of Ai - harmony
meaning of ki
mirror
my teaching
non-Aikido friends
one point
otomo's loyalty
picture taking
positive and negative
punctuality
reading feeling
recent example (bad etiquette)
relative rank
respect for seniors
sempai/kohai
shomen uchi irimi nage
sixth sense
small plants
social/business gathering
spirit over beauty
strength though relaxed
students before class
take the crust with the cream
take care of self first
talking in class
tanto, bokken
teaching
teaching ki
the technique is the way
thinking mind
twenty-four-hour training
visiting young teacher
water hose analogy
way of the warrior, beyond technique
why teachers are different
wood as a part of people