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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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Among them are the Irish erotic sculptor Ian (Donal McCann), who is supposed to do Lucy's portrait; his wife, Diana (Sinead Cusack), a kind of easygoing earth mother for the whole little group; and the English writer Alex Parrish (Jeremy Irons), who's dying and wittier than the rest and, of course, revived a bit by Lucy's life-force presence.