I agree that Ki is an operation ( verb)- channeling the Universal Energy thru thru the body out to an action, but I disagree that it's an oscillation ( verb)-
1 a: to swing backward and forward like a pendulum
b: to move or travel back and forth between two points
2: to vary between opposing beliefs, feelings, or theories
3: to vary above and below a mean value
You may disagree all you wish, however:
That's not an argument. It's just contradiction. An argument is a connected series of statements intended to establish a proposition. It isn't just saying, "No, it isn't."
So what what is "universal energy" -- if not angular momentum or its potential moment?
What is "an action"" -- if not motion about a point of observation ( a center)?
How do you deal with mass and what comprises it?
This is a physical theory, remember, so metaphor and analogy are off the table.
If you propose it -- you should define it -- if you intend to rebut the argument at hand.