Kisshomaru Ueshiba


Born
in Ayabe, Japan
June 27, 1921

Died
January 04, 1999

Genre

Influences
Morihei Ueshiba (father)


植芝吉祥丸

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The Spirit of Aikido

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Aikido

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Best Aikido: The Fundamentals

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A Life in Aikido: The Biogr...

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The Art of Aikido: Principl...

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Uma Vida no Aikido

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L'essence De L'aïkido:  L'e...

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Budo: Teachings of the Foun...

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Takemusu Aiki, Volume 1

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More books by Kisshomaru Ueshiba…
“One becomes vulnerable when one stops to think about winning, losing, taking advantage, impressing or disregarding the opponent. When the mind stops, even for a single instant, the body freezes, and free, fluid movement is lost.”
Kisshomaru Ueshiba, The Spirit of Aikido

“what is LOVE ?”
Kisshomaru Ueshiba, A Life in Aikido: The Biography of Founder Morihei Ueshiba
tags: hope

“The subtle working of ki is the maternal source that affects changes in breath. It is also the source of martial art as love. When one unifies mind and body by virtue of ki and manifests ai-ki (harmony of ki), delicate changes in breath-power occur spontaneously and "waza" (proper technique) flows freely.”
Kisshomaru Ueshiba, The Spirit of Aikido