Tao (The Source) Calligraphy - Sacred Source Power for Healing, Rejuveation, Longevity and Immortality Video Package — 6. Sheng Xian Guang (Saints' Light)

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Every great spiritual tradition and religion has its saints. Taoists revere Taoist saints and deities. Christians revere Jesus, Mother Mary, and many holy saints. Hindus revere many saints and deities. Buddhists revere buddhas and bodhisattvas. Confucians honor Sheng Xian. A “sheng xian” (pronounced shung shyen) can be a wise man, holy man, Buddhist lama, or sage — any kind of saint.

Since creation, countless saints have served humanity. The Tao Calligraphy Sheng Xian Guang connects with countless saints. You can invoke these countless saints to transform all of your life.

Apply the Five Power Techniques to heal and rejuvenate through the Tao Calligraphy Sheng Xian 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 heart,
I love you.
You have the power to heal and rejuvenate _________ (make any request for healing and rejuvenation).
Do a fantastic job!
Thank you.

Say hello to outer souls:

Dear Tao Calligraphy Sheng Xian Guang (pronounced shung shyen gwahng),
I love you, honor you, and appreciate you.
Please remove shen qi jing blockages of _________ (name what you requested healing and rejuvenation for).
I am deeply honored and grateful.
Thank you.

Mind Power. Visualize the Tao Calligraphy Sheng Xian Guang radiating purple light to the area of your request. This light from countless saints and more within the calligraphy is blessing the area you requested.

Sound Power. You may chant silently or aloud:

Sheng xian guang, sheng xian guang (pronounced shung shyen gwahng)
Sheng xian guang, sheng xian guang
Sheng xian guang, sheng xian guang
Sheng xian guang, sheng xian guang …

or

Saints’ light, saints’ light
Saints’ light, saints’ light
Saints’ light, saints’ light
Saints’ light, saints’ light …

Tracing Power. Trace the Tao Calligraphy Sheng Xian Guang with five fingertips together. Continue to chant while you trace the calligraphy for ten minutes.

After ten minutes, close the practice and return countless souls to the calligraphy:

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

I recommend that you chant and trace for ten minutes per time, three times a day. For chronic and life-threatening conditions, chant and trace for two hours per day or more. All of your daily practice time should total at least two hours for best results.