By Winfried Wagner
In this quantity, 9 well known specialists delineate their theoretical or methodological process of Aikidô in potentiating confident dealing with of social conflicts. The authors depict the contribution of the japanese self-defensive paintings Aikidô to the speculation and perform of clash transformation. the concept that of Elicitive clash Transformation (Lederach, Dietrich) inevitably demands a revised figuring out of utilized peace paintings and a brand new own profile of the clash employee. this is often the purpose the place Aikidô and conflict/peace paintings meet.
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It is analogous to the perspective vision: different sites (loci) provide different views (foci). With the heart one sees differently than merely with the eyes. Thus, there are more possible centralizations. I believe we have to assume at least a triple centering (see Wagner 2006): 1. The region of the lower abdomen is the sphere of our visceral-vegetative wellbeing and motion drive, in general the sphere of our vitality. g. “gut feelings”, “to feel gutted” or “hit below the belt”)7. Nevertheless it is worth looking at a few examples from the Japanese language (see Duerckheim 1977, 47-61; Suzuki 1993, 104-105): The Japanese word for belly is Hara.
Furthermore, the centering of the person has to be able to shift depending on the situation, so that our thinking, feeling, and behaving is appropriate to the situation. Physical locomotion for example requires a different centering than mental processes. It is analogous to the perspective vision: different sites (loci) provide different views (foci). With the heart one sees differently than merely with the eyes. Thus, there are more possible centralizations. I believe we have to assume at least a triple centering (see Wagner 2006): 1.
A big heart” 41 kokoro-ga chiisai ma-gokoro kokoro-zashi zanshin is-shin isshin denshin to be faint-hearted (lit. a “small heart”) sincerity, devotion, reverence desire, intention, ambition, determination attention, awareness, attentive presence wholeheartedly (lit. “one-heartedness”) (directly and authentic) “from heart to heart”. According to Yamaguchi (1997, 60-61), in some expressions ki and kokoro are interchangeable, in others not. g. of ki-mochi and kokoro-mochi) is that expressions with ki are more functional, universal and turned outwards (→ extension), while expressions with kokoro are rather substantial, individual and internalized (→ centralization).
AiKiDô: The Trinity of Conflict Transformation by Winfried Wagner