Forgive me if this has been covered before or if this is a silly question, but I'm wondering about the repetition of Pinan sequences in Kusanku. Much of the movements in Kusanku are encountered in the Pinan forms (which most likely were derived from Kusanku). So, when we get to Kusanku, should we develop more advanced or different bunkai variations of those shared movements, or do we just focus on the unique movements in the form and refer back to the Pinan applications for those shared sequences? I suppose another way to frame the question is this: for those shared sequences and movements, is Kusanku teaching us any different or more advanced combative principles than the Pinans?
Thanks so much,