Tao Calligraphy Chinese Character Break Down for 45 Sacred Calligraphies — 39. Mu Bu Wang Shi, Er Bu Wang Ting, Kou Bu Wang Yan, Nao Bu Wang Xiang

In this video Master Sha teaches us how to write the sacred phrase MU BU WANG SHI (Do not see polluted things), ER BU WANG TING (Do not hear polluted words), KOU BU WANG YAN (Do not speak polluted words), NAO BU WANG XIANG (Do not think polluted thoughts) in Mandarin Chinese and also in Yi Bi Zi Style.

These four sacred phrases are ancient purification theory To not see polluted things is to purify the soul and heart, which belong to shen. To not hear polluted words is to purify jing (matter). To not speak polluted words is to purify qi (energy). To not have polluted thoughts is to purify the mind. Together, these four phrases purify shen qi jing (soul, heart, mind, energy, and matter).

Follow along with Master Sha to learn the structure and components of each traditional Chinese character and how to translate and connect them when writing the same word in Yi Bi Zi (one-stroke) writing.