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DaoZang Volume 131,  Page 023a1

Book 10    A Faithful Rendition in Regular Text Plate 23   Scroll 56
DaoZang woodblock print from Volume 131, Page 023a1

Sān-Guāng Hun-Zho R Zǐ Sh
The 'Three Lights' (The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars) and their bright shining lights up the interior of the Young Son's room.

Mng Yu S D
Ming ('Brilliant; Knowing') is also called the 'Four Clear Understandings' (Si Da).

Nng Cn Xun Zhēn Wn-Sh B
One has the ability and energy to store up Dark-Mystery and also
[deal with] the Ten Thousand Things in their entirety.

Zhuāng-Zǐ Yu Rn Nng Shŏu Yī Wn-Sh B
The Zhuang Zi (written by Zhuang Zhou) says: Human beings are capable of
defending against and monitoring all of the Ten Thousand Things completely.

Yī-Shēn Jīng-Shn B-Kĕ Shī
Filling the entire body as they do,
the Animal Spirits should not ever fail to achieve their normal tasks.

Chng Cn Nin Zhī B-Shĕ Xū Y
It is their usual job to constantly assist in Accumulation.
The basic idea is for them to stay in close proximity and not leave,
but instead wait patiently, and then follow after [each other].

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