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Chi

A unit of length in China approximately equivalent to 33.33 centimeters. It is sometimes called a Chinese foot.
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Adding light and movement can promote the circulation of Ch'i, such as the moving water in a fountain, plants, wind chimes or ceiling fans.
A feng shui adjustment would be to clean up that area," thus freeing the movement of the ch'i.
Readers will find essays representing African American, Native American, and Latino viewpoints here, along with essays representing Asian traditions such as yoga and Tai Ch'i.
I FEEL the problem in your arm would be helped by gentle exercise such as swimming, yoga or Tai Ch'i.
Releasing the tension by removing the wrinkle improves the flow of ch'i.
Its purpose is to help create an environment that enables ch'i, or energy, to circulate more freely.
All six of the selections are preserved in the first volume of one of the earliest and most important collections of guqin tablatures (not counting a book of five diaoyi [tiao yi] preludes), the Shenqi mipu or Shen ch'i mi p'u (Wondrous and Secret Notation).
Generally speaking, Neo-Confucianism in the Sung-Ming period spoke only of a dualistic hsing when referring to the Ch'i, or ether or physical aspect of the hsing.
Instead of positing that there is an energy exchange of some kind of subtle energy, ch'i or prana, where energy is lost or gained, we can say that the universe of energy is transforming in ways consistent with what we identify as health and healing.
AMPLIFY the ch'i energy in your home by hanging crystals and prisms in positions that catch the sun and reflect the light around the room.