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This particular training manual provides information originating from the Taiqing (Great Clarity) Daoist tradition, and includes secret methods of writing magical talismans and speaking sacred Words of Power via Breath Incantations. This particular Taiqing Daoist Manual provides for four special categories of magical talismans, as well as their specific stroke orders, and their essential activation incantations. Included in this special training manual are:
- The special categories of magical talismans traditionally used for the “Suppression of Demon Spirits” and for “Blessing the Home;” which are to be posted up on the wall or main pillar of the house like a “Public Notice.” These special Taiqing Talismans must both be written with Black Pine Soot Ink and Cinnabar on Yellow Talisman Paper.
- The special categories of magical talismans traditionally used for “Summoning Spirits” and for “Treating Diseases.” These special Taiqing Talismans must be written with Red Cinnabar Ink on standard Yellow Talisman Paper.
These four special categories of Taiqing Talismans are extremely important, and essential for all Daoist disciples to study; therefore this special instruction manual is presented here as an essential companion to the Daoist Magical Talismans textbook.
This ancient Five-Volume Daoist Text is traditionally known as “The Perfected Classic on Wisdom and the Exorcism of Demons as Spoken By the Great High Lord of Cavern Perfection.” It was originally written prior to 400 A.D., and was eventually categorized as Book #1032 in the Zhengtong Daozang (Daoist Canon of the Zhengtong Reign Period),during the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644A.D.).
The important information contained within these five short chapters represent the secret “Cavern” teachings that originally accompanied ancient Daoist Alchemy Training. Because the reading was traditionally used in ancient China in order to help spiritually activate and energize the disciple’s esoteric “Three in One” Practice, “Cultivation and Transformation” Practice, “Small Heavenly Cycle” Practice, etc.; it is presented here as an essential companion to theDaoist Internal Alchemy Neigong and Weigong Training textbook.
It is important to note, that the term “Cavern” does not refer to a literal Cave, but instead was intended to convey the sense of “Penetrating Thorough Esoteric Knowledge.” Therefore this special teaching was specifically used to also help free the disciple from the mental overshadowing of the “cultural trance,” and liberate his Mind.