Aikido AT The Leading Edge

Interview With The Edgar Ortega Radio Show

If you’re a serious practitioner of Aikido then I am sure you are no stranger to the occasional struggle. Like every other developmental practice, hitting personal limitations and working on the edge of your comfort is unavoidable. As true as this is in ourselves, so too is it true in the world.

The Wisdom Of Awareness, Tolerance & Allowing

Dharma Bite w/ Stephen Fulder and Miles Kessler

I have recently been conducting a series of “Dharma Discussions” with several of my friends who are meditation teachers. These discussions are exclusively for our current “Meditation For Aikido” course participants. However….

Polarities, Sex & Enlightenment

A Spontaneous Conversation With Mark Walsh, Part 2

In our previous chat, master facilitator Mark Walsh and I spoke about 3 phases of our personal development, namely “retreating from the world, returning to the marketplace and expressing our practice in virtual space” – and how each one of these moves comes with its set of challenges and learning curves.

Polarities, Sex, Enlightement

To Inner, To Outer, To Online

A Spontaneous Conversation With Mark Walsh, Part 1

Well, I’m back from the Dead Sea Seminar for about 10 days now, and my life is finally getting back to normal. I’m still catching up on things, but I thought I’d make a quick blog post here of a video my friend Mark Walsh from Integration Training made with me out at the Dead Sea.

Inner, Outer, Online

“How Can Meditation Affect My Aikido Practice?”

Your Questions Answered About "Meditation For Aikidoka"

Well, we are in the middle of the “Meditation For Aikidoka” online course launch and I’ve been really surprised by the response I’ve gotten from all of you. This is the 5th day of registration and many of you have sent in great feedback, AND great questions too.

Meditation

“The Importance Of Sangha”
by Miles Kessler

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Meditation For Aikidoka - Community Call
November 5, 2016

“Sangha” is a communal space where people organize around the Dharma, universal principles, ultimate realities, and spiritual teachings. It is a space where we put our higher intentions in the center and allow the light of awareness to shine it’s light in all the dark places. It is a WE-SPACE where we come together in greater truth, goodness, and beauty.

It’s impossible to overstate the importance of having a “Sangha,” a spiritual community. It is important in Dharma and meditation traditions, and it’s especially so in Aikido.

The Art Of Peace

The Art of Peace: Teachings of the Founder of Aikido (Shambhala, 1992)

This beautiful little handbook contains the inspirational teachings of Morihei Ueshiba, O’ Sensei himself. Each of its 112 short verses describes O’ Sensei’s perspective of the real way of the spiritual warrior. If you seek to explore the greater meaning of Aikido, and what it means in your life, then this book will give you a deep dive into the enlightened mind of the founder of the art.

Maastricht, Holland – Integral Aikido Intensive, w/ Miles Kessler

Date: October 6, 2017—October 8, 2017
Event: Integral Aikido Intensive
Topic: Integral Aikido intensive weekend with Seminar with Miles Kessler
Venue: Aikido Maastricht
+31 43 3020075
Location: Duitsepoort 13 A
Maastricht, Netherlands
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.