Tao (The Source) Calligraphy - Sacred Source Power for Healing, Rejuveation, Longevity and Immortality Video Package — 4. Fo Guang (Buddha's Light)

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Millions of people honor the Buddha (Gautama Buddha, Sakyamuni, Shi Jia Mo Ni Fo) for his selfless service and unconditional love, forgiveness, and compassion to humanity. He taught to remove greed, anger, and lack of wisdom. It is important to remove desires and attachments that feed greed, anger, and lack of wisdom.

The Tao Calligraphy Fo Guang (fwaw gwahng) means Buddha’s light, and carries the frequency and vibration of all buddhas’ unconditional love, forgiveness, compassion, light, integrity, and more. Practicing with this calligraphy could give you incredible blessings to remove greed, anger, lack of wisdom, negative desires, attachments, and more.

Apply the Five Power Techniques to transform the emotional body through the Tao Calligraphy Fo Guang.

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

Soul Power. Say hello to inner souls:

Dear soul mind body of my liver, heart, spleen, lungs,
and kidneys,
I love you.
You have the power to heal and rejuvenate yourselves.
Do a wonderful job!
Thank you.

Traditional Chinese medicine teaches that the physical body connects with the emotional body. Liver connects with anger. Heart connects with depression and anxiety. Spleen connects with worry. Lungs connect with grief. Kidneys connect with fear.

Say hello to outer souls:

Dear Tao Calligraphy Fo Guang,
I love you, honor you, and appreciate you.
Please heal and rejuvenate my emotional body.
I am extremely grateful.
Thank you.

Mind Power. Visualize the Tao Calligraphy Fo Guang shining golden light to your liver, heart, spleen, lungs, and kidneys. All of the treasures within the calligraphy are blessing these five major
organs.

Sound Power. You may chant silently or aloud:

Fo guang, fo guang, fo guang, fo guang (pronounced
fwaw gwahng)
Fo guang, fo guang, fo guang, fo guang
Fo guang, fo guang, fo guang, fo guang
Fo guang, fo guang, fo guang, fo guang

or

Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light
Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light
Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light
Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light, Buddha’s light …

Tracing Power. Put the fingertips of one hand together. Trace the Tao Calligraphy Fo Guang.

Simultaneously chant and trace the calligraphy for ten minutes. After ten minutes, express gratitude and close the practice:

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

Chant and trace for ten minutes per time, three times a day. For chronic and life-threatening conditions, practice for two or more hours per day. Total all of your daily practice times together to equal at least two hours.