Dào Yán Fū Mò Xúe Dào Qiǎn Huò Xiān Pǐn Wèi Chōng Yùn Yīng Miè Dù
Shēn Jīng Tài Yīn Yáng>Zhī
Daoist Doctrine states that common man, having superficial learning
of the Way (Dao), [even with a recent or rudimentary achievement as]
a person of Fairy Class level will still not [yet] have the full capacity
to make use of proper extinguishment of the limits of the body and its Essence (Jing).
[Also needed to be studied is] the [changing cycles]
of Greatest Yin and Yang for
Shí Tóng Xúe Zhì Rén Wéi Qí Xíng Xiāng Sòng Jīng Shí Guò Yǐ Dù Shī Xíng
their appropriate times, while simultaneously learning about
how to produce the Perfect Man (Zhi Ren).
For this one needs to burn incense and chant the liturgy of
the Ten Deviations (Shi Guo) used to limit a Corpse's Form (Shi Xing).
Rú Fǎ Zé Chì Fú Zhào Xīn Dān Guāng Tà Xíng
For example, in compliance with these rules,
the Red Charm (Chi Fu) reflects upon and looks after the Mind,
while Cinnabar's Bright Ray (Dan Guang) handles the complexities of the Body.
Bù Yŭ Wù Huà Shén Níng Qì Qīng Hún Shén Jìng Shàng Nán Gōng Suí Qí
Xúe Gōng Jì Rì
Not taking part with the actual Change of Substance (Wu Hua),
the god, with attention fixed upon the Qi, clarifies the Soul (Hun).
There is a supernatural footpath
that leads up to the Southern Palace (Nan Gong).
Having followed it, one's study results are gauged daily.
Ér Dé Gèng Shēng Zhuàn Lún Bù Huò Biàn Dé Shén Xiān
Also, how to gain regeneration by the revolving turns,
and not to be puzzled about how to facilitate it or its convenience,
by doing so one gains the status of having achieved