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Zhuan Falun
Turning the Law Wheel

(English Version)

Li Hongzhi

Translation Edition (Feb. 2003, North America)

This Law Wheel design is the universe’s miniature, and in all other dimensions it has its forms of being and its evolution processes, so I call it a world.

Li Hongzhi


On Dafa

The First Talk

Truly Guiding People Up to High Levels
Different Levels Have Different Laws
One Standard Alone Determines if Someone is Good or Bad: Whether He is Able to be True, Good, and Endure
Qigong is Part of Prehistoric Culture
Qigong is About Cultivation
Why Doing Cultivation Exercises Doesn’t Increase Gong
Falun Dafa’s Special Features

The Second Talk

About the Third Eye
The Ability of Remote Vision
The Ability of Knowing Fate
Beyond the Five Elements, and Leaving the Three Realms
Wanting to Get Things

The Third Talk

I am Taking All Students as Disciples
Buddhist Qigong and Buddhism
In Cultivation You Need to Commit to One Discipline
Abilities and Potency
Reverse Cultivation and Gong Borrowing
Spirit Possession
Cosmic Language
The Things Your Teacher Gives His Students
Energy Field
How Falun Dafa Students Should Spread the Practice

The Fourth Talk

Loss and Gain
Transforming Karma
Improving Character
Buddhist Anointment
Placement of the Mysterious Pass

The Fifth Talk

The Law Wheel Design
The Qimen Practices
Practicing in an Evil Way
Male-Female Dual Cultivation
Dual Cultivation of Nature and Longevity
Law Bodies
Buddha Image Consecration
The Subject of Sorcery

The Sixth Talk

Qigong Psychosis
Attracting Demons in Qigong
Breeding Demons in Your Own Mind
Your Master Consciousness Needs to be Strong
Your Thoughts Have to be Proper
Martial Arts Qigong
Showing Off

The Seventh Talk

On Killing
On Eating Meat
On Healing
Hospital Treatments and Qigong Treatments

The Eighth Talk

Bigu Fasting
Stealing Qi
Gathering Qi
The One Who Practices Gets the Gong
The Cosmic Orbit
Being Too Engrossed
Minding Your Speech

The Ninth Talk

Qigong and Athletics
A Calm Mind
A Person’s Base
A Person With Great Spiritual Inclination

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.

Li Hongzhi
January 5, 1996