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What is Qi?

Qi (pronounced 'chee') is written with the character that indicates the cooking and steaming of rice, and it is usually used to mean "air", "breath" or even "steam". But this is only the outer, external breath. The word Qi is used by practitioners of Qigong and the martial arts to mean "internal mana", life force, or biopsychic internal energy. The canons of traditional Chinese medicine teach that life and health are result of the harmonious flow  of ample Qi throughout the body. When Qigong exercises are said to build up Qi, it is this internal Qi that they build up. All disease is thought to stem from a surplus or lack of, or disruption in the smooth flow of, this internal Qi.

Acupuncture is based upon the belief that Qi circulates throughout the body along twelve, major meridians, stimulation of which can cure various ailments.

We want you to feel the Qi!

Various meanings of Qi

1. Gas
2. Refers in particular to the air
3. (~ ) breath
4. Refers to nature phenomena (hot, cold, clouy, sunny and so on)
5. odor, smell
6. Human's state of mind
7. Human's living style, attitude, habit
8. be angry, become furious
9. Causes the human to be angry
10. Bullying; Oppression
11. The Chinese medicine refers to the human body internal energy to enable various organs to display the function , that is the original driving force
12. The Chinese medicine refers to some kind of illness symptom

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