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DaoZang Volume 131, Page 022b2
|Book 10 A Faithful Rendition in Regular Text
||Plate 22-23 Scroll 56
Dòng-Fáng Líng Xiàng Dŏu-Rì-Yuè
The Bridal Chamber has spirits and motive energy resembling the
Dipper, Sun and Moon.
Cún Sān-Yuán Yú Dòng-Fáng Dòng-Fáng Míng-Táng Yǐ Shì Yú Shàng
The accumulation of the 'Three Origins' (Heaven Origin, Earth Origin, and
Man Origin) is in the Bridal Chamber (Dong Fang).
There is the Bridal Chamber (a portion of the Brain) and the Bright Hall
(located one inch behind the frontal sinus).
These phrases explain clearly what is contained in the Upper.
Fù Yuè Ní-Wán Mŭ Xíong-Yī
'Pappa' is the name.
He is called 'Pappa' of the Mud Ball (the Brain).
[This implies that] there are Male and Female, Mother and Father.
Míng-Táng Zhōng-Yŏu Jūn-Chén Dòng-Fáng Zhōng-Yŏu Fū-Fū Dān-Tián Zhōng-Yŏu Fù-Mŭ Ní-Wán Nǎo Shén Míng Lǎo-Zǐ-Jīng Yún Zhī Qí Xíong
Shŏu Qí Cí Cí Wú-Wéi Yī Yĕ
The Bright Hall (located one inch behind the frontal sinus) has within it the
Monarch and his subjects.
The Bridal Chamber has within it the Husband and Wife.
The Lower Sea (the Qi Field below the navel) has within it
the Father and Mother (the Parents).
The 'Mud Ball' is the Brain (proper), and the names are those given its gods.
Lao Zi's Classic (the Dao De Jing) says:
'Knowing the Female, the Male defends (keeps close watch over) the Female',
and 'The Female does Nothing and Remains Passive'.
These all refer to the same thing.
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