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DaoZang Volume 131, Page 030a2
|Book 10 A Faithful Rendition in Regular Text
||Plate 7 Scroll 57
Chòu Luàn Shén Míng Tāi Qì Líng
Sniffing other Scents, chaos results, causing the gods of
the Fetal Qi to wither up and become scattered.
Tāi Qì Wèi Wú Wèi Zhī Zì Rán Zhī Zhèng Qì Yĕ Fú Qì Yŏu Tāi Xī Zhī Zhèng Fǎ Dù Líng Yóu Shī Yĕ
Fetal Qi is said to be tasteless; it is the Nature of 'Healthy Qi'
(Zheng Qi (the Qi used for maintaining a healthy body)) to willingly submit.
Dealing with [the cultivation and maintenance of Embryonic Breathing is
the True Method (Zheng Fa).
To have less than the whole amount means one will fail to achieve the goal.
Nà Cóng Fǎn Lǎo Dé Huán Yīng
Why not return from one's elderly state to that of an infant?
Fǎ Bái Fǎn Hēi Chǐ Luò Gèng Shēng Cǐ Yī Jù Yīng Zài Zì Zhì Shén Zhī Xià Qǐ Cǐ Zhī Bù Lèi Yĕ
The hair on one's head, though white, will return to black,
the teeth, though fallen out, will all regenerate.
This single sentence is the proper answer about whether one can reach that
supernatural state of causing that which has gone down to once again rise up,
It not minding whatever class or state.
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