Precepts of Aiki-jujutsu
- Forging the body and mind
- Become a polite, patient, a person "good"
- Never lose our sense of gratitude
What you should know
- Whatever you do, try to see it through
- Follow the rules and keep your promises
- Your Dogi is your practice tool, both for body and mind
The path of Aiki Ju-Jutsu has been taught since ancient times and it is a form of culture in itself. Without competing with the personality of the people who undertake it, it becomes a way of harmony and a science for their bodies. By diligently training in Aiki jujutsu, practitioners develop their character and work potential, it illuminates their friendly and fraternal relations, flesh and spirit, competence in practice, giving them a strong and fair mind with a spirit accomplished in the art of letters and that of martiality. The goal of Aiki-jujtsu is to provide such a cultural education.
The mental attitude
- During Keiko (the practice) strive not to stop or rest (sustained effort will make you stronger)
- Do not learn from your head, but from your body (towards mastery and perfect knowledge)
- Never lose your passion or your quest
- Consider the words of your senpai (those more experienced than you) as teaching words, they must be taken with humility and kindness
- Vanity impedes progress and creates isolation
- Do not compete with others more than necessary
- Do not train in places other than the dojo, or with outsiders, or non-members
- Do not use the techniques except as defense and in absolute emergency
- Do not go to other teachers without approval of your master model
- Anyone who wishes to be admitted as a student at the dojo and intends to meet these conditions will be accepted
- Admission requires to complete the registration form
- Parental written permission (or legal guardian) is required for minors
- A person who is admitted to the dojo must accept and obey the rules and conditions of the dojo
- Anyone who acts against the precepts of the dojo or disrupt the morality of the dojo will be issued a dismissal order
Information about the practice
"Rei" is a form of greeting or appreciation
It represents having a sense of respect for others will observing the right attitude one's own heart. It expresses the heart and gives "label" but this label is not just an imitation of forms of politeness. It is indeed important to implement this label with its heart. The label during training is that our ancestors have done as designs (projects) that are deeply connected with our formation as a human being. Without weakness, but without exaggeration, salvation has its traditional magnificence. Not only in the place of training, the fact storing his shoes, pay attention to the words we use, etc., that is the meaning of the label (lit.: "the law of thanks"). It all starts with "Rei" and everything ends with "Rei".
About the practice
The drive is not only learn techniques, because it is also important to turn the drive way that builds the body and soul. This partner that highlights my flaws is that person who allows me to correct myself. The perceiver by his own immaturity, that one stands by it in modesty. And his technique will progress naturally, and "polishing" will be the same.
About the training
The fulfillment of flower arrangement (ikebana), of Budo, etc. does not say "learn" but "Keiko" (Train). This word literally means "consider the former." That is to say that "without allowing weeds to grow", "Keiko" is the "light of current art *" by which we must pay tribute to the "family" of all our predecessors day after day and night after night, by their heart, with skill and devotion, often risking their lives, have preserved this art.