Action is the Key to Your Success!
Harmony of Mind-Body-Spirit. Issue 91. September 2010.
I hope you are well... here's your latest copy of the Harmony newsletter from Tony at the Aikido Health Centre... we welcome YOUR comments!
Your Path to Mastery continues with the International Aiki Peace Week, why is it so important to Aikido students all over the world? - See below...
Next month, we will discuss exactly how YOU can quickly motivate yourself to reach out and finally achieve your life goals... Stay Tuned!
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INTERNATIONAL AIKI PEACE WEEK
Aiki Peace Week is celebrated every year by Aikido students as part of the United Nations International Day of Peace.
In 2001, the United Nations declared that September 21st is to be the International Day of Peace. On that day every year, there are ceasefires in hundreds of conflicts around the world.
Many organizations worldwide celebrate that day with thousands of peace day events, benefit concerts, and other events that help focus the world's attention on love, peace and harmony.
The International Aiki Peace Week allows members of the Aikido community to take part in the global celebration of peace, and to offer Morihei Ueshiba O'Sensei's remarkable vision to the wider world.
A whole week of peace-focused teaching is offered because many Aikido associations, organisations and clubs do not have classes every day, and may not be able to put on an event on September 21st. This year Aiki Peace Week is held between the 19th and 26th of September.
This gives us, at the Arun Aikido Club, a unique opportunity to increase public awareness of Aikido as a joyful practice of harmony, compassion, and non-violence. We are offering unique classes to the community that teach Aiki principles to manage conflict and prevent violence.
All of our training fees and any donations for the International Aiki Peace Week will be sent to Aiki Extensions who organise the events. They are a non-profit organisation founded in 1998, and dedicated to passing on and applying Aiki principles outside of traditional martial arts training.
Members have applied Aiki principles in such areas as business, bodywork, psychotherapy, teaching, mediation, conflict resolution, and sports.
Tony Wilden, who founded the Arun Aikido Club in 1992, is a full member of Aiki Extensions and committed to offering the community all aspects of the art of Aikido. For full details and to join in please visit...
WHAT IS THE ART OF AIKIDO
Aikido is a nonviolent Japanese martial art that offers a practical philosophy of harmony and cooperative action. It includes principles and methods of self-awareness, calmness under pressure, compassionate power, and a respectful connection with others.
Aikido offers martial training, which is uniquely valuable for practicing peace because attack and defense drills offer you an opportunity to train yourself to receive an opponent in a compassionate and harmonious way.
Aiki means not going against the movement, but avoiding the power of an attack. Blending with the attackers energy flow and leading it to unbalance them and take control using minimum force.
The term 'aiki' is also used in discussing and using Aikido patterns of posture and movement in non-martial art activities and daily living. For example the common approach in a verbal dispute is built on a NO - BUT framework... no your idea is wrong, but my idea is right.
The Aiki approach would be a YES - AND approach. First blend with the content and energy of someone's opinion, find the core and express understanding and appreciation for that perspective. And then gradually add new material to lead the discussion where you wish it to go.
You are most welcome to join us at the Arun Aikido Club To celebrate the International Aiki Peace Week!
AIKI PEACE WEEK - FREE OPEN CLASS
Wednesday September 22nd 2010 - 7.00pm-10.00pm
Open to members of the public to come along and try Aiki principles for free. We will be covering a variety of Aiki related activities including...
1 - How to be more aware of your surroundings.
2 - How to change your reaction to stress and tension.
3 - How to release problems and experience peace & harmony.
4 - Practising a series of Aiki exercises to feel more peaceful... unbendable arm, immovable posture, breathing, meditation, contemplation, focusing attention on your centre, balance taking, and much more!
SPECIAL AIKI PEACE CLASSES FOR
ARUN AIKIDO CLUB MEMBERS
Thursday September 23rd 2010
Juniors: 6.00-7.30pm / Adults: 7.30-9.00pm
* All donations and training fees will go to Aiki Extensions *
For more information please visit...
Arun Aikido Club
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ACTION IS THE KEY TO YOUR SUCCESS
You can live a healthy and vibrant life, by using the following tips daily... "You Are What You Breathe, Drink, Eat, Think, Feel and Do" Tony Wilden
1 - Breathe DEEPLY and Relax.
2 - Drink Plenty of PURE Water.
3 - Eat ORGANIC Food and Supplements.
4 - Focus on POSITIVE Thoughts.
5 - Positively EXPRESS Your Feelings.
6 - Gently STRETCH for Flexibility.
7 - List Your Life GOALS.
8 - ACT on Your Plans.
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Tony Wilden is an Aikido Instructor and qualified in several Healing Arts. He has a deep interest in spiritual matters, optimum health, environmental issues, and the creation of harmony between people and nature. Tony is on a path to wisdom, freedom and power and shares his insights on aikido, health, universal principles, ancient knowledge and master strategies.
Please Note The information provided in the Harmony ezine is for educational purposes and not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any dis-ease. It should not replace the advice of your health advisor or doctor.
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