Sān Jiè Tīng Fǎ Hé Hǎi Jìng Mò Shān Yuè Zàng Yún Rì Yuè Tíng Jǐng Xuán Jī
the Three Borders (San Jie- Past, Present, and Future Existences) to hear and obey the Law.
[Beyond] the Rivers and Seas, at Calm-Silent Mountain
(Jing Mo Shan -one of the Five Sacred Peaks),
stored up amongst the clouds are the Sun and the Moon.
Stopping the View (Jing) as if were an Armillary Sphere (Xuan Ji),
is smply out of the question.
Yīn Yáng Xī Hé Zhòu Yè Jiē Míng Qún Mó Shù Xíng Guǐ Jīng Miè Shuǎng Huí Shī
Qǐ Sǐ Bái Gú Chéng Rén Zhì Xúe Zhī
[When] Yin and Yang are in compliance there is peace day and night,
all this is bright and clearly lit up
so as to make plain the crowds of demons and monsters.
[This makes it easy] to bind up the entities of the ghosts
so that their life-force is extinguished just as if it were a light.
Using a straightforward [procedure] to reverse the [state of the corpse]
so as to cause it to rise up from the dead,
and so the dry skeleton turns into a grown person.
An extremely [high level of study and knowledge]
Shì Sòng Zhī Shí Guò Zé Wŭ Dì Shì Wèi Sān Jiè Jī Guǐ Guān Shù Xíng Mó Jīng
Shòu Fǎ Jì Dù Chuí Sǐ Júe
requires a scholar trained in this field to chant the Ten Deviations (Shi Guo).
Therefore it is the standard rule [when addressing] the Five Emperors of Old
and the Imperial Bodyguards (Shi Wei) of the Three Borders
(San Jie- Past, Present, and Future Existences)
delay the ghost and their bureaucracy from controlling the body,
and [keep] the demons away from the Essence (Jing).
By receiving the Law (Fa) and having successfully completed its limit,
and having reached the point of being completely moribund
Ér Dé Shēng Suŏ Yǐ Chú Xúe Dào Shì Xuè Huì
one will yet regain life.
Still, at the commencement of study by a Daoist Priest (Dao Shi),
the Blood (Xue) is Dirty and Abominable