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life force

n.
See élan vital.

life force

The central energy or power that moves through all living things; it is variously known as:
▪ Prana in Ayurvedic medicine;
▪ Chi in Chinese medicine;
▪ Vitalism in Chiropractic;
▪ Vital force in Homeopathy.

life force,

n metaphysical animating force in a system. This term corresponds to qi, prana, ka or ga-ilama, lung, mana, cheim, ruh, akasha, pneuma, apeiron, enormon, Archeus, animal magnetism, etc. See also vital energy, vital force, autoregulation, bioenergy, dynamis, and vitalism.
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Some say it's the most tangible experience of the spiritual life force energy.
The word "Reiki" is made up of two Japanese words: "Rei" meaning "Higher Power," and "Ki" meaning "Universal Life Force Energy.
Spiritual Science explores and answers these and many more questions covering a wide-range of topics including quantum physics, consciousness, synchronicity, the holographic universe, morphic fields, the human energy body, psychoneuroimmunology, life force energy, the chakra and meridian systems, acupuncture, qigong, pranayama, the power of prayer, auras, psi science, telepathy, psychokinesis, clairvoyance, remote viewing, precognition, out of body experiences, near death experiences, entheogens, death, ghosts, reincarnation, God, Oneness and much more.
When all three sounds are strung together correctly, the prana, or life force energy coming out of the chanter, hits the mouth in all five positions of the Sanskrit pronunciation, from the back of the throat up to the lips.
Reiki (pronounced Raykey) is the life force energy which surrounds and circulates within every living thing and a Reiki treatment can help, through a practitioner, to rebalance your body.
Winter is the time to nourish the organs that house our life force energy, the kidneys, so that we have enough stored to support us to ride the wave of the next cycle.
An East Indian word meaning "wheel of light," chakras act as regulators of the life force energy flowing through the body.
In the Wise Women Tradition, hot flashes are undisputedly the movement of vital life force energy up through the body through the energy centers.