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DaoZang Volume 5,  059b2

Numinous Treasure Without Measure Salvation Highest Grade Wonderful-Scripture Plate 2 Scroll 24
DaoZang woodblock print from Volume 0005, Page 059b2

Hu Suŏ Chng Li Zhĕ Y Ling W Yng Zhī Zhng Zh Guŏ Yī Bn Tŭ
Jiē Piān Xin Fēi

the thing by which Accomplishment (Cheng) approaches us,
a Hundred Million (Yi) in total.
Unhaltered so that many can go back and forth,
pressing themselves in an urgent manner upon the country
so that half of the land and its native peoples were each and every one
partial and one-sided.
To sink down and become trapped - one simply must not do such a thing.

Kĕ Jn Zhǐ Y Sh Yun Shǐ Sh Xin Shn Q Bin Hu Zhī
But it is possible that this can be put to an end and prohibited. As a consequence on that day, the Primal Beginning (Yuan Shi) is proclaimed, and becomes ready at hand.
The Spirit of the Mind and Heart (Shen Qi)
[has to adhere to] Change (Bian Hua) [along]

Do Cng Xun Zu Qǐ Yŏng Shēn Xū Kōng Gāo Q Ji Rn Zi Fēi Yn
F Jǐng Zhī

the Path (Dao ), [while allowing] for the Profound (Xuan) by sitting
then [by allowing it to] rise upward, [so it can] leap up [within] one's body. In the Hollow Emptiness (Xu Kong), is this high level. Calamity fills the rest, and rather than remain with it, one can fly swiftly up to the clouds, up to their [upper] surface
to the Scene (Jing) with its bright and shining light.

Shng Q D Qiān Zhng Yun Shǐ Dēng Yǐn Tiān Zhēn D Shn Shng
Shng Gāo Zūn Mio Xng Zhēn Rn

[To get there] one should go up from the earth to a height of a thousand [Chinese] feet.
To start, one is drawn to the Celestially-Endowed Diety (Tian Zhen Da Shen),
the Superior-Sage Great-Venerable (Shang Sheng Gao Zun).
And to the Wonderous-Conduct [Senior-Level]
Perfected One (Miao Xing Zhen Ren),

Sh Fāng W J Bin Hu D Shn W Yng
the Ten Directions (Shi Fang- East South West North East-North East-South
West-South West-North Upwards and Downwards),
the Unbounded Pre-State of All Things (Wu Ji)
with Change from the God Unhaltered (Wu Yang).

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