Van Sensei says:"Excellent riposte! I had a sense you would be a strong contributor."
You know, there is something very powerful about your spirit, Sir-you can sense it through the keyboard, so to speak.
And I thank you again for your kind words.
I believe the Book Ki In Daily Life, along with others by Koichi Tohei, is available through the Ki No Kenkyukai.
I know of a man,a good man, in Japan, who is on the Internet.His name is Stan Pranin, and he has a website which, though I don't have the url for, I know that a search engine will reveal it's whereabouts.Punch in Aikido Journal or Stanley Pranin or Stan Pranin.
Mr. Pranin has a line on every conceivable Aikido book, in any laguage, ever written, and usually can make available copies of these for sale, or tell where to get one.Others I have sent to him have found him to be extremely helpful.He also has vdeos of fims dating as far back as the 1930's.
I am sure that he would know about this book and could make available copies for purchase.It is not a terribly expensive book, as I recall.
But it is a terrifically important one, as it gives the psychological secrets so many of us seek, from an ancient warrior ttradition, along wth practical drills to master these skills in a relatively short time.
I believe this book is kept in print by the Ki Society(Ki No Kenkyukai).
Many of the drills are immediately applicable to martial purposes.
Peace indeed-warriors of the spirit wish this above all else.