Dù Fŏu Zhōng
Movement and degree (like fortune and luck) likewise have no finish or finality.
Rì Yuè Wŭ Xīng Kuī Yíng Zhì Zhì Shèng Shén Rén Xiū Fŏu Mò Xúe Zhī
The Sun and Moon, and the Five Planets (Venus, Jupiter, Mercury, Mars,
and Saturn) all wane and wax, and so are deficient and then in surplus.
The Sages and Emperor-Gods Rest in [the state of] Good Fortune (Xiu),
and censure Superficial and Insufficient Learning (Mo Xue).
Fū Jí Shāng Fán Yŏu Cǐ Zāi Tóng Qì Jiē Dāng Qí Xīn Xiū Zhāi Liù Shí
A Man has to deal with illness and Injury [much in the same way that]
the ordinary Mortal World has to deal with calamity and misfortune.
Similar to how [the different] Qi
all become [when it is suitable] of one accord.
One needs to Study, fasting from meat,
while having retired into a room for the six fixed days.
Xíng Xiāng Shí Biàn Zhuàn Jīng Fú Dé Lì Jiàng Xiāo Zhū Bù Xiáng
Wú Liáng Zhī Wén Pŭ Dù Wú Qíong
All the while burning incense and chanting the Tenth Universality.
Passing along this scripture brings happiness, good fortune, and kindness.
It will Immediately vanquish and eliminate all portents of evil omen,
being boundless and immeasurable, [the use of] this written work will
Relieve Souls out of Purgator.
[It is truly] Endless and Inexhaustible (Pu Dong Wu Qiong).
Dào Yán Fū Mò Xúe Dào Qiǎn Huò Xiān Pǐn Mò Chōng Yùn Yīng Miè
Daoist Doctrine states that common man, having superficial learning of the Way,
[even with a recent or rudimentary achievement as] a person
of Fairy Class level, the last stage is satisfy the carrying out
the suitable extinguishment of the limits of one body and life.