Mokuso is a Japanese term for silent meditation. The first kanji reads as “Moku” and means silence or stop and the second one is “So” and means to think or focus. Mokuso is a common way to start and to end a training session in the Japanese Martial Arts and especially Aikido.(more…)
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Quarantine? This guy has something more important than that...
Can be a new Japanese word for you with a meaning to think about
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Not the best example to use Koshi but definitely a possible one 🙃
Kisaburo Osawa teaching at Hombu Dojo.
Shomen Uchi Kokyu Nage with Ushiro Tenkan
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Hiroyuki Sakurai @ 39 All Japan Aikido Demonstration, 2001.