Jay and the techniques dancin mood - Traditional Japanese Hand Tools and Techniques with Jay.

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There are many layers to this practice. On the esoteric level, notice that since you're permuting each letter of the Divine Name with each vowel, somewhere in there you have pronounced the ineffable name of God. On the more practical level, the complexity of this practice really focuses the mind. You can be thinking about mortgages, tests, and kids when you start, but in order to keep it straight, those thoughts just have to leave. Moreover, this is just the simplest level of the practice. As you develop, there are more and more complicated versions. One is to visualize the letters and vowels as you pronounce them. Another is to combine Divine names, such as YHVH and ADNY ("adonai"), and rotate through the vowel-sequence with the two names. You can even do one name backward and the other name forward.

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A grip is considered forward when the blade opposes the little finger. The Hammer grip, also called forward and saksak* ,, this is the predominant grip technique. The fingers are wrapped around and under the belly of the handle, and the thumb is wrapped around the handle and in contact with the forefinger. The knife assumes a blade point angled up position when the wrist is locked and square.

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Price: $ USD + $6 USD regular shipping (or $10 USD for international shipping). Click the buttons below to order through PayPal, or contact us for other types of payment. This 2 DVD set includes over 2 hours of instruction about the ideas and working concepts for setting up and using wooden-bodied Japanese planes called “kanna”. Starting with a brief introduction of the tools used for working lumber into boards prior to the invention of Japanese pull planes, the chona, yari-ganna, and Chinese push planes are outlined. Also discussed are the different grades of planes – roughing, smoothing and burnishing, including a discussion of the use of different angles of blade in the block, and beam planes used in Japan.
In real time, viewers are taken through all the basic steps and adjustments usually necessary for using and maximizing the results with this tool. The core of the presentation is the adjustments needed to be made in a new plane before it can be used properly. Topics also thoroughly covered are sharpening the blade, relationships of the parts of the plane, adjusting the sole of the “dai” (the wooden plane body), and guidelines for setting the blade for effective planing. This presentation concludes with an important section on Ura Dashi, tapping out the hollow grind and re-establishing the ‘land’ on the top side of the blade which is lost during the continued sharpening process.

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