You wrote:
--- In, Jue Miao Jing Ming - 覺妙精明 
> The Chi of us can be connected to Chi of others only if we don't 
use our 
> mind, eyes, mouth, nose, etc.  

I think maybe some of our difficulty in communicating comes down to 
word usage.

In the above sentence, do you mean:

1.  I have my Chi and you have your Chi, but the Chi's are not now 
connected, and the only way (or at least part of the way) I can 
connect to your Chi is to not use my senses?

2.  Or...I have Chi and you have Chi, and the Chi is the same Chi so 
by definition is already connected, but the only way I can sense or 
become aware of that connection is to not use my senses?

3.  Or...something else?

Also, is 'Chi' pronouced 'chee' (like the first part of 'cheese', 
or 'key' with a hard 'c' pronounced like 'k'; and is it also 
sometimes rendered into English as 'Qi'?



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