The 14 poems of how 孫不二Sun Bu’er became an Immortal, (3) Rejuvenation



The 14 poems of how 孫不二Sun Bu’er became an Immortal, (3) Rejuvenation
By Dr. George Ho of Vancouver
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Sun Bu’er lived c. 1119–1182 C.E. in the Shandong province of China. She was a beautiful, intelligent, wealthy woman, married with three children . She wrote a set of fourteen poems and is credited with various alchemical works. She used her poems and verses to give women a general outline of the alchemical enterprise for women. The poems describe the cosmic connection of an individual’s qi (energy flow) and the tendency of humans to fall into sensory complications. The poems outline the path to wholeness and how to achieve the “Dao” through meditation, breathing exercises, the reversion of qi, and ending menstruation.[10]
Sun Bu’er’s poems reflect certain aspects of Taoist spirituality: that the cyclical changes in the human body and cycles of the seasons of the natural world are related. Sun Bu’er wrote about letting nature taking its natural course.(Wikipedia)
Sun Bu’er’s 14 poems are guidelines for good Daoist practice and she became an immortal in 12 years, about 1/3 the time needed forcmost male Daoist practitioners.
The corresponding key rejuvenation signs for male Daoist (Taoist) practitioners are in this movie.

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