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Zhuan Falun

(English Version)

Li Hongzhi
 

Internet Version
Third Translation Edition (Updated in March, 2000. USA)  


CONTENTS


LUNYU

LECTURE ONE

Genuinely Guiding People Toward Higher Levels
Different Levels Have Different Fa
Zhen-Shan-Ren is the Sole Criterion to Discern Good and Bad People
Qigong is Prehistoric Culture
Qigong is Cultivation Practice
Why Doesn’t Your Gong Increase with Your Practice?
Characteristics of Falun Dafa
LECTURE TWO
The Issue of Celestial Eye
The Supernormal Ability of Clairvoyance
The Supernormal Ability of Precognition and Retrocognition
Transcending the Five Elements and the Three Realms
The Issue of Pursuit
LECTURE THREE
I Treat All Practitioners as My Disciples
The Buddha School Qigong and Buddhism
Practicing Only One Cultivation Way
Supernormal Abilities and Gong Potency
Reverse Cultivation and Gong Borrowing
Spirit or Animal Possession
The Cosmic Language
What Has Teacher Given to Practitioners?
Energy Field
How Should Falun Dafa Practitioners Spread the Practice?
LECTURE FOUR
Loss and Gain
Transformation of Karma
Upgrading Xinxing
Guanding
The Placement of the Mysterious Pass
LECTURE FIVE
The Falun Emblem
The Qimen School
Practicing Evil Cultivation
Double Cultivation of a Man and a Woman
Cultivation of Mind and Body
Fashen
Consecration
Zhuyou Ke
LECTURE SIX
Cultivation Insanity
Demonic Interference in Cultivation
Demonic Interference from One’s Own Mind
Your Main Consciousness Should Predominate
Your Mind Must be Right
Martial Arts Qigong
The Mentality of Showing Off
LECTURE SEVEN
The Issue of Killing
The Issue of Eating Meat
Jealousy
The Issue of Treating Illness
Hospital Treatment and Qigong Treatment
LECTURE EIGHT
Bigu
Stealing Qi
Collecting Qi
Whoever Practices Cultivation Will Attain Gong
Heavenly Circuit
Attachment of Zealotry
Cultivation of Speech
LECTURE NINE
Qigong and Physical Exercises
Mind-Intent
A Clear and Clean Mind
Inborn Quality
Enlightenment
People with Great Inborn Quality
GLOSSARY

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On the surface, Zhuan Falun is not elegant in terms of language. It might even not comply with modern grammar. If I were to use modern grammar to organize this book of Dafa, however, a serious problem would arise wherein though the structure of the book’s language might be standard and elegant, it would not encompass a more profound and higher content. This is because modern, standardized terminology cannot express the guidance of Dafa at different high levels and the manifestation of the Fa at each level; neither is it able to bring about practitioners’ transformation of benti and gong, or other such fundamental changes.
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Li Hongzhi
January 5, 1996