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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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mauri tu, mauri ora, mauri hobo, mauri mate--a saying about vitality and lifeforce, when we stand up and strive the desire to live is strong, when we give up or sit down we are more prone to sickness and death
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