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'Kwan Yin'. She corresponds with the Buddhist

Bodhisattva named Avalokiteshvara. (pronounced guwan yin)

Hara the Japanese name for the lower energy center, where the

Jing energy resides.

Jing one of the Sanbao (Three Treasures), it is the most basic of

a person's three energies and is centered in the abdomen.

Ki the Japanese word for 'energy' and is the same as the

Chinese word Chi or Qi . (pronounced key)

Koan a short paradoxical saying a Zen Master gives to the

student, which can only be solved through spiritual insight, not the intellect.

Laozi Also spelled Lao Tze, means the 'Old One', and is the

name of the legendary founder of Taoism. (pronounced lao dze)

Nei Dan means Inner Alchemy

Nei Sheng means the 'sage inside'.

Ohayo gozaimasu means 'good morning' in Japanese.

Qi means 'energy' in a general sense, and can mean a specific

sort of life energy. It is sometimes also spelled as Chi .

(pronounced chee)

Sanbaike the term used to describe a person's eyes when you can see

white below the pupil of their eye. In Japanese it is called

sanpaku . (pronounced san bye keh)

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