In ancient Japan, a sword`s saint; sometimes rendered in English as Kensai, Ken Sai, Kansei, or Kenshei was an honorary title given to a warrior of legendary skill in swordsmanship. The literal translation of "kensei" is "sword saint". Thus, the term is considered by some to imply a higher degree of perfection (possibly also encompassing a mo...
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The technique with silent KIAI. Related to meditation.
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Kensei was an Australian Thoroughbred racehorse, who won the 1987 Melbourne Cup. Bred in New Zealand he was sired by Blarney Kiss (USA), his dam Kitty’s Dream (NZ) was by Nauplius (NZ). The horse was ridden by Larry Olsen and won the race by ½ length carrying just 51.5kg from the champion mare Empire Rose. Prior to his win in the
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