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CHINKON KISHIN 鎮魂帰神

Calming the spirit and returning to the divine; a mystical breathing and meditative practice for uniting the divine and human spirits used frequently by Morihei UESHIBA. Originally a shamanistic technique, chinkon kishin was modified by Onisaburo DEGUCHI and taught as part of the OMOTO RELIGION.

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