Phrases with «qi»

In traditional Chinese culture, qi or ch'i ( qì) is believed to be a vital force forming part of any living entity. (Wikipedia) (See all definitions)

Sentences with «qi» (usage examples):

  • «Chen Rong's Nine Dragons embodies the humanism of China's classical tradition, its polity, and its moral philosophy: dragons symbolize imperial power and order in national life, and they embody qi, the cosmic energy that animates the natural universe in Taoism. (
  • In yoga, pranayama is the practice of using breath to awaken prana, also referred to as qi or the «life force.» (
  • If the qi that «holds and lifts» is weak, the body doesn't have enough energy to carry a baby to term and may result in either miscarriage or inability to conceive. (
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