T'AI-CHI


T'AI-CHI
   a Chinese term for the FINAL CAUSE of all things.

Concise dictionary of Religion. 2012.

Look at other dictionaries:

  • Chi's Sweet Home — Cover of Chi s Sweet Home volume 1 as published by Kodansha チーズスイートホーム (chīzu suīto hōmu) …   Wikipedia

  • Chi (Chobits) — Chi Chobits character Chi, as seen in the anime First appearance Manga: Chobits Volume One Anime: Chii Awakens …   Wikipedia

  • Chi Phi — ΧΦ Founded December, 24 1824 (age 186) Princeton University Type Social Scope …   Wikipedia

  • Chi Kung — Maestra de Chi Kung Texto Chino Hanyu Pinyin qìgōng Wade Giles ch i4 kung1 Chino simplificado …   Wikipedia Español

  • Chi Nei Tsang — 氣內臟 is a hands on holistic healing practice of ancient Chinese Taoist tradition rediscovered and further developed by Chi Kung (Qigong in Chinese Pinyin: Chi based internal exercises and functional meditations) Master Mantak Chia and his lineage… …   Wikipedia

  • Chi Psi — Fraternity ΧΨ Founded May 20, 1841 (1841 05 20) (170 years ago) Union Coll …   Wikipedia

  • Chi-X Europe — Type Multilateral Trading Facility Location London, United Kingdom Founded 2007 …   Wikipedia

  • chi — chi·ri·mia; chi·ri·no; chi·ri·pa; chi·ri·pá; chi·ri·qui; chi·ri·vi·ta; chi·ro; chi·ro·cen·trus; chi·rog·a·le; chi·rog·no·mist; chi·rog·no·my; chi·ro·graph; chi·rog·ra·phary; chi·rog·ra·pher; chi·ro·graph·ic; chi·rog·ra·phy; chi·ro·man·cer;… …   English syllables

  • Chí Phèo — is one of the most famous short stories written by Nam Cao. This story, which was first published in 1941 by New Life publisher, affirmed Nam Cao s talent and showed deeply human values. Contents 1 Story 2 The titles of this story 3 The topic …   Wikipedia

  • Chi Chi (giant panda) — Chi Chi at London Zoo, September 1967 Chi Chi (1957 in wild in Sichuan, China 22 July 1972 London Zoo, United Kingdom) was a well known giant panda at London Zoo in …   Wikipedia

  • Chi-Chi — Chi( )Chi or chichi may refer to: Contents 1 In Music 2 Places 3 People with the name 3.1 Fictional characters …   Wikipedia


Share the article and excerpts

Direct link
Do a right-click on the link above
and select “Copy Link”

We are using cookies for the best presentation of our site. Continuing to use this site, you agree with this.