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  1. Chinese philosophy The fundamental life-force or energy.
    • 2003: Mallory Fromm, Qi Energy for Health and Healing: A Practical Guide to the Healing Principles of Life Energy
      And so he trained his qi, his breath, and his sense of timing, so that strength and size became irrelevant to his understanding of Aikido.




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