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He devoted himself to hard physical conditioning and eventually to the practice of martial arts, receiving certificates of mastery in several styles of jujitsu, fencing, and spear fighting.In spite of his impressive physical and martial capabilities, however, he felt very dissatisfied.
Omoto Kyo was (and is) part neo-Shintoism, and part socio-political idealism.Before creating Aikido, Ueshiba trained extensively in several varieties of jujitsu, as well as sword and spear fighting.Ueshiba also immersed himself in religious studies and developed an ideology devoted to universal socio-political harmony.He began delving into religions in hopes of finding a deeper significance to life, all the while continuing to pursue his studies of budo, or the martial arts.By combining his martial training with his religious and political ideologies, he created the modern martial art of Aikido.All photographs herein contained are the copyrighted property of their respective copyright holders.
And there is a very small part of this document that comes from my personal experience as an Aikidoka.
Oversimplifying somewhat, we may say that Aikido takes the joint locks and throws from jujitsu and combines them with the body movements of sword and spear fighting.
However, we must also realize that many Aikido techniques are the result of Master Ueshibas own innovation.
One goal of Omoto Kyo has been the unification of all humanity in a single heavenly kingdom on earth where all religions would be united under the banner of Omoto Kyo.
It is impossible sufficiently to understand many of O-Senseis writings and sayings without keeping the influence of Omoto Kyo firmly in mind.
Aikido has no tournaments, competitions, contests, or sparring.