15. What are the soul, the three components of the Hun, and the seven components of the Po?

I Ching states:

I is aligned to Heaven and Earth.
Thus it encompasses the
Tao of Heaven and Earth.
It explains not only the observable world
but also the unobservable world of spirits.

It embraces the law of beginning, end, and
regeneration of all phenomena
and matters.
It knows that all matters are formed by
spirits and vitality, and
the soul governs the changes
of the matters
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Glossary

1.
Tien-Ming means the Divine Mission from God to convey Tien-Tao. The Enlightened Teacher with Tien-Ming is the Enlightened Teacher ordained by God to transmit Tien-Tao to others.

2.
Yang represents the Qi (spirit) that is in motion; and yin, still. Once yang and yin are created, there are motions and stillness. The yang is pure and rises up to become Heaven. The yin is heavy and descends to be Earth. The Yang and yin interact to give rise to humans.

3.
Qi means spirit. Hun means awareness. Sheng means growth. Ling means soul.
Sheng-qi
means the Spirit of Growth.
Hun-qi means the Spirit of Awareness.
Ling-qi means the Spirit of Soul.

4.
Wu-ji is the Void. Lao means old or ancient. Mu means mother. Wu-ji Lao-Mu is also referred to as Lao-Mu. Continue reading “Glossary”