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By Winfried Wagner

In this quantity, 9 popular specialists delineate their theoretical or methodological procedure of Aikidô in potentiating optimistic dealing with of social conflicts. The authors depict the contribution of the japanese self-defensive artwork Aikidô to the speculation and perform of clash transformation. the idea that of Elicitive clash Transformation (Lederach, Dietrich) unavoidably demands a revised knowing of utilized peace paintings and a brand new own profile of the clash employee. this can be the purpose the place Aikidô and conflict/peace paintings meet.

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However, human beings can feel whether the behavior of the other person is related to one´s own behavior: We can relate the observed behavior to our own inner proprioception by sensory-tonic correspondence (somatic resonance). By doing so, we participate in the subjectivity of the other (see Beebe & Lachmann, 2002, 107-110). In other words, sensomotoric and affective empathy both in everyday life as well as in aikidô are based on the attunement of person A (tori) to the spatio-temporal, tonic and affective characteristics of person B (uke); together, they create the sensory-tonic-affective field.

This is only possible if one´s body is “permeable” to the diverse forces which affect it. If tori´s completion technique is a throw, uke needs to fall resp. to roll in a way so that he comes back on his feet as quickly as possible. This rolling-over technique is called ukemi, which means “receiving with the body” and “being somatically receptive”. Thus, “taking ukemi” means to practicing our “somatic transparency”. In the role of uke, one gains enormous empathy/understanding of the attacker´s state, which in turn informs the defender’s ability to handle the attacker appropriately.

By doing so, we participate in the subjectivity of the other (see Beebe & Lachmann, 2002, 107-110). In other words, sensomotoric and affective empathy both in everyday life as well as in aikidô are based on the attunement of person A (tori) to the spatio-temporal, tonic and affective characteristics of person B (uke); together, they create the sensory-tonic-affective field. These features represent vital 34 interpersonal messages, which are stored in our procedural memory as fundamental and vital parts of the RIGs.

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