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These are interesting places with some connection to Sam or Inner Art of Airmanship. Please e-mail me, post on the Inner Art of Airmanship Facebook page or use the Inner Art of Airmanship twitter feed to share information about other sites you find.

Center of excellence for all things Aikido, which is a relatively modern martial art that emphases self-defense and spiritual growth.


Artful Flying
Michael Maya Charles writes about beginner's mind, awareness, perfection and flying.  Don't fly by numbers — learn to fly artfully.

Bruce Lee Educational Foundation
Hero's have heroes, master's have masters. This is the definitive site on Bruce Lee and his Jun Fan Jeet Kune Do.


Convergent Knowledge Solutions
Dr Tony Kern leads the fight in a Global War On Error. Consulting company moving beyond CRM to true complete human performance solutions.

Esalen Institute
Publishers of Abraham Maslow's posthumous book 'The Farther Reaches of Human Nature' this is a real retreat and education center.


MIT Aero/Astro
One of the great centers for academic study of aviation, where both James Doolittle and Buzz Aldrin received their doctorates.

Rod Machado
There is no more thoughtful — and funny — instructor writing magazine articles and books.


The Shivas Irons Society
If your idea of Zen golf is Chevy Chase in the movie 'Caddyshack' you have a lot to learn.



Any man who wants to master the essence of my strategy must research diligently, training morning and evening. Thus can he polish his skill, become free from self, and realize extraordinary ability. He will come to possess miraculous power.

— Miyamoto Musashi

Music is never really work for me. Although it's hard work. I work very hard. But I love what I do. So I don't begrudge doing it. Ever.

— Sting

It is nonsense to insist that we cannot achieve enlightenment without learned and pious teachers. Because wisdom is innate, we can all enlighten ourselves.

— Hui-neng

The totally awakened warrior can freely utilize all elements contained in heaven and earth. The true warrior learns how to correctly perceive the activity of the universe and how to transform martial techniques into vehicles of purity, goodness, and beauty. A warrior's mind and body must be permeated with enlightened wisdom and deep calm.

— Morihei Ueshiba

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