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qigong deviation, obsessed with something, something takes one over, possessed by the Devil

Chinese text: 走火入魔

The meanings in Chinese:

obsessed with something

something takes one over

possessed by the Devil

qigong deviation

a Chinese term traditionally used to indicate that
something has gone wrong in spiritual or martial arts training,
applied to describe a physiological or psychological disorder
believed to result during qigong practice.

combination of characters:

lose, leak out

pronunciation:
zou~3


fire

pronunciation:
huo~3


into, enter

pronunciation:
ru~4


evil spirit

pronunciation:
mo~2

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Chinese Proverbs Collection

related section:
Chinese words for Fantasy, Legend, Mystery

related keywords:
qigong
unbelievable


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