Date Published: 2021-4-28
The Deity of Poetry Bai Juyi (Bai Letian) delivered a poetry from his lifetime, “Reminiscing Jiangnan” to the practitioners of Feng Huang Yuan:
Jiangnan is beautiful,
The long-familiar scenery.
When the sun rises, flowers by the river will be redder than fire,
When spring comes, water of the river will be green like indigo,
How can one not reminisce about Jiangnan?
Based on the guidance personally given by Deity of Poetry Bai Juyi (Bai Letian) on the spot, the high vibrational energy-infused photo and texts have been produced:
Deity of Poetry Bai Juyi (Bai Letian) delivered a divine revelation to Feng Huang Yuan on February 16, 2021:
This picture has two layers of meaning:
The first one is the propagation of your Master’s undertaking. If one is not afraid of hardships, the undertaking will be like “When the sun rises, flowers by the river will be redder than fire; When the spring comes, water of the river will be green like indigo”.
The second one is that your Master has all along never forgotten those people who have propagated his undertaking, no matter which corner of the world he is in, as long as you need help, he will come to you.
This poetry is bestowed upon your Master.
2021 February 16
Notes by Feng Huang Yuan Color Video Studio:
Do you know that Bai Juyi, a great and genius poet of the Tang Dynasty in China more than 1,200 years ago, had a given named “Juyi” and a courtesy name “Letian”?
The Japanese favorite Chinese poet is Bai Letian (among them are the emperor and the author of the world’s earliest novel “The Tale of Genji”, Shikibu who is a female master of literature.)
The philosopher, politician, and military strategist that the Japanese love the most is Wang Yangming.
These two great figures of ancient China who have very close informational ties with Feng Huang Yuan, are god-like figures in the eyes of the Japanese.
Bai Letian was conferred the title of “Immortal Poet” by Tang Xuanzong (the legendary emperor of the Tang Dynasty known as “Little Tang Taizong”); Li Bai is an “Immortal Poet” in the hearts of Chinese scholars and people.)
This time, the Divine honored Bai Juyi as a “Deity of Poetry”.