Sān-Guāng Huàn-Zhào Rù Zǐ Shì
The 'Three Lights' (The Sun, the Moon, and the Stars) and their bright shining lights up the interior of the Young Son's room.
Míng Yuè Sì Dá
Ming ('Brilliant; Knowing') is also called the 'Four Clear Understandings' (Si Da).
Néng Cún Xuán Zhēn Wàn-Shì Bì
One has the ability and energy to store up Dark-Mystery and also
[deal with] the Ten Thousand Things in their entirety.
Zhuāng-Zǐ Yuè Rén Néng Shŏu Yī Wàn-Shì Bì
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-Shén Bù-Kĕ Shī
Filling the entire body as they do,
the Animal Spirits should not ever fail to achieve their normal tasks.
Cháng Cún Niàn Zhī Bù-Shĕ Xū Yú
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].