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Aikido Iwama Embukai (Hideo Hirosawa Shihan, O'sensei)
Su nombre es Hideo Hirosawa y es el último alumno del fundador del aikido Ueshiba Morihei conocido como Osensei (gran maestro).
A sus 71 años de edad, este risueño señor con más de 51 años de entrenamientos a sus espaldas ha decidido dar a conocer el aikido tal y como su maestro lo concibió en sus años póstumos.
Él ha sido el único uchideshi (alumno interno) que ha vivido y cuidado del fundador día a día los últimos 3 años de su vida. Años muy duros con unos entrenamientos muy especiales a través de los cuales ha recibido directamente todos sus conocimientos.
Ser uno con el universo y tener una mente y alma totalmente puras para poder transmitir un mensaje de paz al resto de la humanidad. Esa fue la misión que el fundador del aikido Ueshiba Morihei le encargó a Hirosawa sensei antes de morir.
Para ello Hirosawa sensei tuvo que peregrinar por las montañas del pueblo de Iwama (lugar de residencia de ambos) y otros lugares durante más de 17 años. Apartado casi siempre del resto de las personas normales, día tras día y estando casi 2 veces al borde de la muerte a causa del estrés y energía acumulados Hirosawa sensei consiguió, finalmente, pulir lo que su maestro le había enseñado, purificar su mente y espíritu totalmente y alcanzar el satori o iluminación celestial en las montañas.
Aunque parezca una auténtica película de aventuras esta es la vida de un señor aparentemente normal que nos da clase a algunos de nosotros aquí en Japón.
Por eso hemos decidido a través de export-manga dar a conocer este mensaje de paz y de armonía con el universo legado por Osensei. Un tesoro que queremos conservar para que todo el mundo pueda disfrutar de él y hacer de este mundo un lugar mejor día a día.
Entender el kokyu o respiración universal y a través de él conectarnos con las otras personas, manejar la fuerza de gravedad y las fuerzas centrífugas y centrípetas en nuestro cuerpo para así poder aplicarlas, guiar a nuestro compañero gentilmente a donde queramos a través de la mirada y este sentido de conexión no físico y, en definitiva, sentir dentro de nosotros un pequeño universo que se mueve a cada momento son algunas de las cosas que se estudian en el aikido que el señor Hirosawa está dando a conocer.
En el vídeo Amir Garcia y Bernardino Todoli hacen de ukes para el maestro Hirosawa en el embukai anual celebrado en Iwama el pasado día 19 de octubre del año 2008.
Aikido Iwama Embukai (Hideo Hirosawa Shihan, O'sensei)
His name is Hideo Hirosawa and he is the last pupil of the founder of aikido Ueshiba Morihei known as O'sensei (grand master).
This 71 years old smiling gentleman, after 51 years of constant training has decided to publicize the aikido as his master conceived it in his posthumous years. He has been the only uchideshi (internal student) who has lived and care of the founder every day the last 3 years of his life. Very hard years with some very special training through which he had received direct all his master knowledge.
"Being one with the universe and have a completely pure mind and soul to be able to convey a message of peace to the rest of humanity." That was the mission that the founder of aikido Ueshiba Morihei asked Hirosawa sensei before passing away.
To do so Hirosawa sensei had to pilgrimage through the mountains of Iwama village (place of residence of both) and elsewhere for more than 17 years. Almost always living apart from the rest of normal people, day after day and almost 2 times on the brink of death due to stress and energy accumulated Hirosawa sensei succeeded.
Finally he came to polish what his teacher had taught him, purifing the mind and spirit completely and reaching the heavenly enlightment or satori in the mountains. Although it sounds like a real movie adventure, this is the life of a man apparently normal that teach some of us here in Japan. That's the reason why we decided through export-manga to make known this message of peace and harmony with the universe left by O'sensei. A treasure that we want to keep in order that everybody can enjoy it and make this world a better place day by day.
"Understanding the kokyu or universal breath and through it to connect with other people, manage the force of gravity and centrifugal and centripetal forces in our body so we can implement them, to guide our colleague kindly to where we want through the eyes and this sense of connection non physical and, ultimately, feeling within us a little universe that moves all the time". All these are some of the aspects studied in the aikido that Mr Hirosawa is making well-known.
In the video Amir Garcia and Bernardino Todolí play as ukes for Hirosawa sensei in the annual embukai held in Iwama on the past October 19th of 2008.
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