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Sui is one of the five elements of godai, the Japanese philosophy that describes all things, whether physical or spiritual.

Represented by a circle or a sphere, Sui sits upon the solid base of Chi (earth). But instead of stable and unmoving, sui is constantly ready to adapt at the slightest movement. A ball ready to roll, bounce or change shape. Sui is formless, representing the fluidity of the world including emotions: ever changing, ebbing and flowing, like the blood in our bodies, the sea and the tides. It’s the ability to adapt and change our strategy or way of doing things. At its core, it embodies the emotional value of flexibility, the ability to "go with the flow”.


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