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DaoZang Volume 131, Page 050a2
|Book 10 A Faithful Rendition in Regular Text
||Plate 5 Scroll 58
Yǎng Zǐ Yù Shù Lìng Kĕ Zhuàng
By fostering the Son, the Jade Tree of yourself
can be caused to be fit and strong.
Cháng Dāng Shŏu Xià Yuán Jīng Qì Rú Yù Jiān Bì
Jīng Shŏu Shén Lìng Kĕ Zhī Zhuàng Yĕ
By constantly keeping watch over down below,
[over] the Primary Essence (Yuan Jing) and Essential Motive Qi of Life (Jing Qi).
In compliance with your firmly shutting in the Essence
to be watched over by the gods,
it will keep the branches healthy and strong.
Zhì Dào Bù Fán Wú Páng Wŭ
Travelling the Path (Dao) unvexed or tired,
without veering to either side [even by] Midday.
Wú Zhì Guàn Luàn Ān Xīn Dìng Yì Zhèng Xíng Xiàng Wŭ Yĕ
Jiē Zǐ Xiàng Wŭ Yāo Dài Mǎo Yŏu
With Nothing Extreme (Wu Zhi), or being used to Disorder and Chaos (Luan),
but being instead At Ease (An Xin) and Calmly Stable (Ding).
The meaning is that which is [most] Positive (Zheng), is carried out along with
the Seventh Earthly Branch (11am-1pm).
All of this runs to the First Earthly Branch (11pm-1am).
[Wear the charm on the] waistband (Yao Dai) starting from
the Fourth Earthly Branch (5-7 a.m.) to the Tenth Earthly Branch (5-7 p.m.).
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