"Satori is a Japanese word used by Zen practitioners to describe the natural harmony of body, mind, and emotions(or spirit).
The mind, when free of all internal distractions, is totaly attentive to the present moment.
The emotions, when free of tension, manifest as pure motivational energy or drive.
The body, when fully relaxed and energized, is sensitive and open to life.
When the three centres are in this relationship, something clicks; that's satori. It's like your watching yourself from within yourself. It's a state which the athlete, musician, and every performing artist, flashes in and out of on many occasions.
Satori feels fantastic! It's the state that athletes describe in glowing metaphores (i.e. being in the "zone"). It's the natural state of the natural athlete. Satori is meditation in motion; it is the reason we enjoy sports."
Whether or not Citori is a slang for this word? Who knows?
I was told it loosely translates into "a wise man who spends his money on practice instead of a high dollar gun and then has more fun taking the high dollar gun owners money at registered shoots" or something like that..... Dan
Dednlost, I came up with the same answer as you did, elaborated on it a bit, and it was deleted by the moderators. I guess I should have been as evasive in my answer as you were. Oh, well. There but for two letters, a Citori.