Tao (The Source) Calligraphy - Sacred Source Power for Healing, Rejuveation, Longevity and Immortality Video Package — 21. Da Qian Bei (Greatest Humility)

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In Dao De Jing, Lao Zi said, “The highest kindness is just like water. Water is very kind to help everything, and does not argue or debate with anyone or anything. Water willingly stays in places that people do not like. Therefore, water is close to Tao.”

Lao Zi explained that the nature of water is close to Tao because water is extremely humble.

In Chinese history, many sacred teachings emphasize humility. Humility can be summarized in one sentence:

Humility uplifts and expands; ego lowers and reduces.

Humility is a nature of Tao that can benefit every aspect of life. To transform relationships, humility plays a vital role.

Apply the Five Power Techniques to develop humility with the Tao Calligraphy Da Qian Bei (pronounced dah chyen bay), which means greatest humility.

Body Power. Place one or both palms facing the calligraphy without touching it.

Soul Power. Say hello to inner souls:

Dear shen qi jing of my relationship with _________ (name someone or something),
I love you.
You have the power to transform yourselves.
You have the power to transform my relationship.
Do a great job!
Thank you.

Say hello to outer souls:

Dear Tao Calligraphy Da Qian Bei,
I love you, honor you, and appreciate you.
Please transform my relationship with _________ (name).
I am beyond grateful.
Thank you.

Mind Power. Visualize the Tao Calligraphy Da Qian Bei shining crystal light throughout your relationship. Countless humble servants within the calligraphy are blessing your relationship and developing your humility.

Sound Power. You may chant silently or aloud:

Da Qian Bei, Da Qian Bei (pronounced dah chyen bay)
Da Qian Bei, Da Qian Bei
Da Qian Bei, Da Qian Bei
Da Qian Bei, Da Qian Bei …

or

Greatest Humility, Greatest Humility
Greatest Humility, Greatest Humility
Greatest Humility, Greatest Humility
Greatest Humility, Greatest Humility …

Tracing Power. Put the fingertips of one hand together. Trace the Tao Calligraphy Da Qian Bei. While continuing to chant, trace for ten minutes.

After ten minutes, express gratitude for the blessings you have received and close:

Hao! Hao! Hao!
Thank you. Thank you. Thank you.
Gong Song. Gong Song. Gong song.

Do this chanting and tracing practice for ten minutes per time, three times a day. For extremely challenging relationships, practice for at least two hours per day. You can practice for fifteen minutes here, thirty minutes there, but your total practice time should equal or exceed two hours.