Thank you for all your responces.
I asked you because I wanted to refine on the Czech translation of the Password.
Initially I wanted to be grammatically correct but your answers make me think more about it and inspire me a lot.
Thank you very much for your great effort on the Czech translation of the password. "Accomplish result" in fact is a very profound philosophy view point. I find myself have deeper understanding on it only these two years. But I still cannot put my understanding into fine words. So if just for translation purpose, follow the translation on the revised version of "pan gu mystical qigong" is good enough. For those who willing to listen, it already makes perfect sense to them.
I would try to explain my understanding here though. Many people in this world, since the day that we were born, have had many dreams, ambitions, goals that we want to fulfill, have made many commitments to ourselves, to others. However, if we ask ourselves honestly right at this moment, how many of them we have successfully achieved? The answer will help us to be aware of that we are really not good at accomplishing result.
What we are really good at, is to find many excuses for our giving up and dropping off.
When it comes to study pangu shengong, the result we want to accomplish is to achieve the true state of well-being and happiness.
(The bigger result/goal is as Jason mentioned in his post'The goal is "Take kindness and benevolence as basis; take frankness and friendliness to heart." These are 4 things that we can do to accomplish that goal.')
There are many wonderful successful examples already. Here I would like to use Zhou Feng Ling’s case introduced by Jessica in one of her posts previously:
“I attended the advance training camp in Hong Kong from Sept 4th to Sept 6th, and I got a chance to meet a wonderful Pan Gu Shengong student named Zhou Feng Ling. I realized that her face always had great complexion radiating happiness and appreciation. She was in excellent fettle all the time. She was one of the dancers in Master Ou’s concert and her performance on the stage was graceful and dynamic. In the last day of the camp I eventually knew that in the past she had liver cancer in the last stage. Her doctor told her that she had one more month to live without having a surgery; even if she would have a surgery, she may only extend her life eight more months. Very fortunately she learned Pan Gu Shengong. After practicing it for a week, she could stand up; therefore, she spent more time, at least seven hours a day, in doing the practice. She brought all Master Ou’s books, and she diligently studied them and applied the theories in actions. She did what she could to love people around her and she gave many healings to patients. She also brought all Master Ou’s CDs and learned to sing his songs. She sang them very well. (By the way, Jason also attended the advance training camp and the trip to China. He learned two of Master Ou’s songs in a very short time. He could sing “The Pan Gu Shengong Song” in Chinese very well too, 100% right! That was amazing!) After three months of practice, she went to hospital and did physical examinations. The result showed that all her cancer cells were gone, and more interestingly, it showed that her hepatitis B which she had for more than twenty years also recovered. Her friends reflected that she looked ten years younger than before and her skin looked more beautiful. ”
Zhou demonstrated very well on how she “accomplished result”. There are patients with much lighter illnesses who could not recover as fast as Zhou with pangu shengong practice. Why? Because they give up in the middle or never really start the process of “accomplishing result” by just doing one or none moving form a day, ignoring the importance of the 5-practice, ignoring the importance of elevating the quality of one’s heart and soul, etc.
Another important point brought by “accomplish result” is that some people don’t even know what result they should or they want to accomplish—which leads to an empty life and an empty soul.