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MessagePosté le: Ven 22 Juil 2011 - 22:14    Sujet du message: A propos du RIAI Répondre en citant

Bonjour,

Un excellent article sur le RIAI trouvé ici: http://www.makotokan-aikido.co.uk/documents/riai.htm
C'est tout en anglais, masi pas très compliqué, même moi j'arrive à comprendre. Pour les plus réfractaire je vous recommande l'outil linguistique de google qui fait des merveilles.

Extrait:
"The Riai of aikido is explained in many ways by different teachers. Morihiro Saito sensei (Iwama Aikido) defined the Riai in terms of the correspondence between tachi waza (open handed practice) and buki waza (weapons practice). Correct Aikido for Saito sensei results from the harmony of these two disciplines and when one performs tachi waza it should appear the same as if one were performing buki waza and vice versa."

Pour l'auteur l'esprit fait aussi parti du RIAI:
"Shin refers to mindset or state of mind during aikido training. There are many aspects of spirit/mind regarded as important in martial arts practice. It is a widely expounded fact that the mind controls the body and without a focussed mind any end result will not reach its true potential. This covers aspects such as Ishin (one mind) totally focussed on the task ahead and aware moment by moment as a confrontation develops. Also mushin (remember last samurai “too many mind!……no mind” ) when the rational mind steps back (or perhaps is suppressed) to allow the intuition to dominate the situation, making for simple, holistic and instantaneous responses without conscious analysis. Mushin, too, is the mind that does not compete, does not differentiate between attacker and defender but just functions in perfect harmony with the developing event.
Zanshin means continuing awareness most often expressed as the essential mindset on completion of a technique. Its full meaning, however, is greater than this and suggests an all pervading awareness which effectively denies the existence of any weakness or openings for attack (suki). O’sensei’s zanshin was legendary and he appeared to present no openings even when apparently relaxed and socializing.
Fudoshin is the imperturbable mind, empty of goals, yet totally focussed on the moment. Like the moons reflection in a pond, it remains constant despite any disturbance of the waters surface."

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