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"Aiki" is a film about a martial artist in a wheelchair. The film is from Japan and was released in 2002. It is loosely based on the life of a Danish practitioner of the Roppokai branch of Daitō-ryū Aiki-jūjutsu, Ole Kingston Jensen, who started training in Daitō-ryū after he was handicapped in an accident and now is the highest ranking non-Japanese member of the Roppokai.
- also known as アイキ
- country: Japan
- languages: Japanese Language, English Language, French
- director: Daisuke Tengan
- producers: Hisashi Iino, Shunsuke Koga, Yasushi Matsuda
- executive producer: Masaya Nakamura
- written by Daisuke Tengan
- cinematography by Yi Yi-shu
- edited by Hirohide Abe
- music by Meyna Company
- genres: Martial Arts Film, Japanese Movies, Drama
- released on (13 years ago)
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The Trinity of Conflict Transformation by Winfried Wagner
When talking about the movement structure of a typical Aikido defense technique, Aiki means not going against the flow...
When talking about the defender's inner functioning, Aiki refers to a state of soft muscles, stable posture, gentle ...
by Asiatic Society of Japan
Wagimokowo Aiki is a jo to Tsuga, shinahi nebu is phonetically linked with shinubi in both its meanings. O swaying nobu tree that flourisheth on ...
Enlightenment through Aikido (2012)
by Kanshu Sunadomari
"Aiki is a way of harmony. It is a manifestation of the natural form of all beings in which all of mankind and the universe are united as one. In other words, there is only one center in the universe, and it is the movement of this center that governs ...
A Comprehensive Guide by James Moclair
Aiki is a Japanese martial arts principle or tactic. In Japanese Aiki is formed from two kanji: ড় - ai - joining, harmonizing, ⇫ - ki - spirit, life energy.
Aikido Ground Fighting (2013)
Grappling and Submission Techniques by Walther G. Von Krenner, Damon Apodaca, Ken Jeremiah
g Physically, takemusu aiki refers to the internalization of Aikido principles so that its techniques can be spontaneously created, without thought and without reliance on (specific) techniques. In other words, it is not the utilization of memorized ...
Hiamnda Dictionary (2015)
A Wordlist by Daniel M. N. McDikkoh
Fara yin aiki / ƙaya. Sunkuya/ a duka. Kaya/ kusa. Harhada / tara/ tattara. Zuciya/ rai. Lankwashewa / lankwasa. Kunyoyin noma. Ayukan sa tsoro. Abin / ayuka/ zancen / dariya. Lankwashe/ lankwasa. Tsusa / tsutsawa. Kosawa / abu ya kosa.
by James Daniel Richardson
AIKI'TIIY, adj. Proper, suitable. AJgf'rov. Same as Mamas orMsun'sr.
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Explanation and Demo of Aiki in Iaijutsu
While Aiki is not a physical technique movement is critical in its application. This turning/displacing movement is deceptive to the eye if done properly and gives ...
Scrabble value of A1I1K5I1
The value of this 4-letter word is 8 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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