The rules which govern nature also govern Aikido. Even a small bird can fly in stormy weather; however, she must not resist the wind. Instead, she should use its momentum to her own profit. You can successfully navigate a small boat on high seas – provided that you know how to sail the waves. The same applies to Aikido students – they learn how to receive their opponents' momentum and then, in turn, try to use it to their own gain, instead of resisting.
The Traditional Aikido Kurilla Budokan would like to express its sincere gratitude to all partners for their kind assistance and long-term cooperation.