(But this is Japanese!) Calligraphy 大道 "main street / great principle" by SUDA Kokuta (1906-1990), Japan 須田剋太

(But this is Japanese!) Calligraphy 大道 "main street / great principle" by SUDA Kokuta (1906-1990), Japan 須田剋太

Qi is a Chinese term that literally means breath, air, or gas. Qi is the fundamental life force or energy found in all living things. Qi is formed from the interaction of yin and yang energies.    In Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, it is often referred to as the "energy" present in the Meridians and the organs of the body. #FengShui #wlfs http://patricialee.me/

Qi is a Chinese term that literally means breath, air, or gas. Qi is the fundamental life force or energy found in all living things. Qi is formed from the interaction of yin and yang energies. In Traditional Chinese Medicine theory, it is often referred to as the "energy" present in the Meridians and the organs of the body. #FengShui #wlfs http://patricialee.me/

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