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DaoZang Volume 5,  079b1


Numinous Treasure Without Measure Salvation Highest Grade Wonderful-Scripture Plate 2 Scroll 25
DaoZang woodblock print from Volume 0005, Page 079b1

Nn Nŭ Qīng Xīn Guī Yǎng Jiē Jin Ch Wn D Z Bin Mǎn Xū Ku
Men and women alike showed great admiration, and give their respect.
All availed of themselves to see [with their own eyes]
the Red-Character Writings (Chi Wen).
The Large Characters (Da Zi) were everywhere.
These completely filled in the blank parts extensively [for them].

Dān Guāng Dng Zho Sh Fāng Tng Mng Ni Jin Z Jǐ Shēn Zhōng
Xīn Tōng Wn Do

With Cinnabar's Bright Ray (Dan Guang) of the Cavity
with its penetrating light shining and reflecting out through
the Ten Directions (Shi Fang- East South West North East-North East-South
West-South West-North Upwards and Downwards),
it was all the same. With brilliance [evident] within a person's own body,
centered in their very core, the understanding was repeated
following down ten thousand Pathways (Dao).

Wi Yŭ Fǎ H J
Externally, [the same thing happened], and all took part
in following the Method (Fa) in a harmonious fashion.
The name given for this

Mng Ch F Jin Ch Wn Shū Y Tǐ
is the Red Charm (Chi fu).
This appears on close scrutiny to bring about
a thousand (Wan) special different [effects to be caused] in the body.

Tng Zho J Mng Dān Guāng Ni Wi Zhī
In similar fashion, there is [another] Shining Light (Zhao),
like rays reflected from a mirror.
The name given for this is Cinnabar's Bright Ray (Dan Guang).
Internal and External are

Do Jiē Sh Yun Shǐ Wi Shēng Tiān D Ni Hu Yī Shēn
[the effects of it with] the Way (Dao), and each one of these is correct.
At the Beginning (Yuan Shi) Externally (Wai) there was [just] life.
But with Heaven overhead and the Earth Within (Nei),
there comes a transformation of the entire body.

Jiē Tng Cǐ Do Z Fēi Li Shng Kāi Jiāo B Nng Hu Chng P
All of these effects are a result of the Way (Dao).
Certainly this runs counter to the common ranking order [of things].
But the Sages opened up the teachings of Religion (Jiao),
that things cannot be Transformed or Converted (Hua). Concerning this sort of accomplishment of 'Turning Into' (Cheng), a good example is the analogy of


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