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Title118407102 I Ching Book of Changes
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misjudges him, but his honesty and frankness convince her
of his sincerity, and he is eventually accepted.

If one must be adorned with something, then let it be
honesty and sincerity, for they alone will overcome all

LINE 5: “A small garden, a modest house on a hill
and a simple [email protected] taken to a wise one. These w-e the
things on which a happy and lasting relationship are

Be content with a simple garden and house. Comfort
does not come from luxuries. The most valuable things in
life are peace and safety. Indeed what they bring is true

LINE 6: “Decoration is not needed when one is plain
and simple. Illus. there Is no blame.”

Maintain simplicity. Why must we have titles or be-
long to special organizations? Decorations are not needed
to prove that one person is better than another. Instead,
one should be what one really is. Thus, one remains
completely unaffected by the world and keeps the whole-
ness of one’s being.


PERSONAL FORTUNE: There will be some obstacles, and
things will not go as desired. The correct thing to do
is move away.

MARRIAGE: The beginning will be successful, but the
marriage will finally end in divorce.

CHILDBIRTH: Not very peace&L
ELECTION: It will take a long time to accomplish.
SEARCHING FOR SOMEONE: You can meet them.
WAITING FOR SOMEONE: They will come.

water and can be found.

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336 Hexagram 1221

HUNTING FOR THIEVE.& They may be a family who
&es in the Northeast. Lf the fourth line is the focus, they
will be harder to catch. Otherwise, they can be caught.

LAWSUIT: In the beginning there is some happiness; but
in the end, some worry. It is best to make peace.

CLIMATE: It will rain.
TRAVEL: Profitable.
DISEASE: Danger.

The Light in Self-Cultivation

ThC @3l 6f !X!lf-&ilt.iV&ion is to return to one’s natural
state of purity. Through cultivating the self, one can see one’s
true nature by the light of one’s own unfolding intelligence.
Turn inward and examine every part of yourself. Follow what
is right, eliminate what is wrong. All things depend upon the
harmony of one’s will and the will of the subtle realm. Do the
best you can, and leave the result to the subtle realm.

Maintain strict discipline in all circumstances. Relinquish
worldly ambitions and abandon worldly cares. Do not live a
shallow life. To be awakened to the path and still adhere to
your old, inferior habits is disastrous.

Still the mind and its passionate nature. Learn to say
“no” to friends and especially “no” to yourself. You will receive
strength from conquering an overwhelming desire. It might
seem easier to straighten the winding rivers or llatten tall
mountains than to alter the disposition of a rigid mind.
Regulate your temper and cultivate your heart.

With undaunted determination. one can become a true
immortal being if one has worked on self-cultivation and has
transformed oneself to a more subUe level of pure existence in
body, mind and spirit. Human beings have the potential to
evolve to this higher form of life.

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Crane Sty/e Chi Gong by Dr . Daoshing Ni (book and v ideotape ava i lab le ) .

Eight Treasures videotape and Eight Treasures: Energy Enhancement Exercise
book by Dr . Maosh ing Ni .

Harmony/Trinity T’ai Chi, two v ideo tapes by Maosh ing Ni .

See Power of Natural Healing, Chapter 9: “Guard Yourself from the Hidden
Negative Elements” for spiritual practices and description of Merry-Go-
Round .

SevHeahng Chi Gong v ideo tape by Maosh ing Ni .

Health and Healing

Chinese Herbology by Dr. Maoshing Ni.

See Crane Style Chi Gong, Chapter 1 : “Chi Gong as a Medical Therapy.”

See Tao, the Subtle Universal Law, Chapter 3: “The Human Body and
Universal Law” and Chapter 4: “The Art of Preserving Health.”

Poz;,er o f Natural Healing by Hua-Ching Ni .


See Attune Your Body with Dao-In, Chapter 8 , pages . 94-106.

See Enlightenment: Mother of Spiritual hfependence, Chapter 5: “ H o w t o U s e
Meditation to Attain Your Enlightenment.”

See Eternal Light, Chapter 10: “Guidance for Deep Medi ta t ion .”

See Life and Things of Two immortals, Volume I: Kou Hong, Chapter 3:
“Insrruction for Good Medi ta t ion .”

See Life and Teachings of Two Immortals, Volume II: Chen Tuan, Chapter 3:
“Essen t ia l Guide l ines fo r Medi ta t ion and S leep ing Medi ta t ion .”

See Story o f Two Kingdoms, “Taois t Indoor Medi ta t ion ,” pages 106 - 1 1 1 .


Key to Good Fortune by Hua-Ching Ni .

Mysticism: Empowering the Spirit Within by Hua-Ching Ni .

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orb ~ti, ,~-rt/~l, q,iribwl DW&JJI~~~~~L uf ~0 People, Chapter 3: “Work to
Improve the Quality of Your Mind.”

Practitioners of T’ai Cbi Movement

Lifeand Teachings of Two Immortals: Volume I, Kou Hong by Hua-Ching Ni.

Lifeand Teachings of Two Immortals: Volume II, Chm Tuan by Hua-Ching Ni.

See Esoteric Tao Teh Cbing for information on the life of Lao Tzu.

Spiritual Classics

Attaining Unlimited Life (The Book of Chuang Tzu) by Hua-Ching Ni.

Complete Works of Lao Tzu by Hua-Ching Ni, containing the Tao Teh Ching
and the Hua Hu Ching.

Esoteric Tao TSr Cbing by Hua-Ching Ni.

Spiritual Practices:

Awaken Your Life Spirit With Complete Meditation by Hua-Ching Ni.

Eternal Light by Hua-Ching Ni.

Gentle Path of Spiritual h-ogress by Hua-Ching Ni.

Power of Natural Healing by Hua-Ching Ni.

Story of Two Kingdoms by Hua-Ching Ni.

Taoist View of the Universe and the Immortal Realm by Hua-Ching Ni.

Workbook for Spiritual L&velopment of All People by Hua-Ching Ni.

T’ai Cbi Movement

See Tm, the Subtle Uniti Law, Chapter 5: “T’ai Chi Chuun, Universal Law
and the Law of Individual Being” and Chapter 6: “The Application and
Practice of Thi Chi Ghan. ”

See Power of Natural Healing, Chapter 7: “Discussion about Eight Treasures,
Bi Gong and Tai chi Movement” and Chapter 8:“Visual Energy Connects
with Internal Movement.”

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