Jí Shāng Fán Yŏu Cǐ Zāi Tóng Xúe Jiē Dāng Yùn Shén Liàn Qì Huà Shòu Jì Dù
illness and injury [much in the same way that]
the ordinary Mortal World has to deal with calamity and misfortune.
In common with this, to study everything suitable to the movements of the gods,
refining the influences to convert them to receive success
through the completion of the limits
Shí Biàn Zhuàn Jīng Yǐ Zhào Shén Líng Fù Huò Gèng Shēng Wú Liáng Zhī Wén
Pŭ Dù Wú Qíong
of the Ten All-Pervading Universalities.
And pass on the scriptures in order to Summon the Gods with the Marvellous Power
to restore [the conditions that bring about] Regeneration.
Boundless and Immeasurable, [use of] this written work will
relieve Souls out of Purgatory; [it is truly] Endless and Inexhaustible.
Dào Yán Fū Mò Xúe Dào Qiǎn Huò Xiān Pǐn Mò Chōng Shén Qì Wèi Bèi
Daoist Doctrine states that common man, having superficial learning of the Path (Dao),
[even rudimentary achievement as] a person of Fairy Class level's last stage
to satisfy the Spirit of the Mind (Shen Qi),
they have still has not yet completed enough to be able to fly when summoned.
Bù Néng Yùn Yīng Miè Dù Shēn Jīng Tài Yīn Lín Guò Zhī Shí Tóng Xúe
One cannot use the movements correctly without extinguishing the limits of the Body.
The Classic of the Moon Channel (Tai Yin Jing) overlooks the errors of the days and seasons.
This is the same as learning the knowledge needed to become a