Aikido and the New Warrior

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Richard Strozzi-Heckler
North Atlantic Books, 1985 - Sports & Recreation - 230 pages
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Aikido and the New Warrior includes essays which illuminate Aikido concepts as they apply to many different walks of life: sports, nature, anger, martial arts training, death, and aging to name a few. Please note that this book does not include information on martial arts techniques.
 

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This was a textbook for a class in Aikido I took in college. It was helpful and interesting. I recommend if you want more in-depth study about this marvelous martial art. Read full review

Contents

Richard Strozzi Heckler
1
Excerpts from the Writings and Transcribed
23
Accord with the Totality of the Universe
30
Bob Aubry
51
Terry Dobson
65
George Leonard
78
Sadaharu
99
Richard Moon
114
Richard Strozzi Heckler
135
Megan Reisel
147
Jeff Haller
155
Cheryl S Reinhardt
166
Donald T Saposnek Ph D
178
George Leonard
198
Robert Nadeau
206
Contributors Notes
226

O Fred Donaldson
126

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About the author (1985)

Richard Strozzi-Heckler is President of Strozzi Institute. He has a sixth-degree black belt in aikido and a doctorate in psychology. Dr. Strozzi-Heckler has taught the principles of embodied leadership and mastery to business, government, military, non-profits, health care, and education for the last thirty years. He is the author of The Leadership Dojo, The Anatomy of Change, and In Search of the Warrior Spirit; and the editor of Being Human at Work: Bringing Somatic Intelligence into Your Professional Life, and Holding the Center.

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