Ng Lui Sin Si (五雷仙師), also known as Whuo Le Cian Cia in Saamlawnese, holds a significant and prominent position among the main gods in our lineage. Celebrated on the lunar date of September 15th, this deity is exclusive to our lineage and is one of the nine main gods collectively referred to as the Jade Seal Nine Gods (玉封九真, Yioh Fong Gew Jin). With a vibrant bright blue energy color associated with it, Ng Lui Sin Si, as a Sin Si, holds a close connection with the other five main gods: Dei Law, Tin Law, Daai Law, Saam Law, and Sun Lung Jo Si (also known as the five ancestor gods, 五祖 Ng Jo). In this blog post, we will delve into the realm of Ng Lui Sin Si and explore the profound influence this god holds within our lineage.
The Origins of Ng Lui Sin Si
In order to gain a deeper understanding of the background of our lineage, it is advisable to explore the stories and teachings surrounding the gods. Among them, Ng Lui Sin Si emerges as a deity born after the establishment of the celestial court, classified as a Sin Si, distinct from Jo Si. This distinction sets the stage for the subsequent birth of Sin Si, and Ng Lui Sin Si plays a vital role in the celestial court, specializing in decision-making, problem-solving, rule-setting, and providing solutions. By studying these gods in the specified order, we can ensure a coherent narrative that sheds light on the lineage's foundations.
Understanding the Five Elements
At the core of Ng Lui Sin Si's power lies the concept of the five elements: gold, water, wood, fire, and earth. These elements serve as metaphors to describe the flow of energy and the unfolding of events in the five phases. Rooted in metaphysics, the concept of the five elements applies to various aspects of life. Each element possesses distinct characteristics and influences the outcome of events. It is important to understand the quantity and quality of each element's energy and how it can significantly impact an event and determine its outcome. However, it is crucial to consider whether an abundance of a specific element aligns with one's intentions and serves their best interests.
Harnessing the Power of the Five Thunders
The term "Ng Lui" translates to "five thunders," representing the channeling of power from the celestial court. Thunder serves as a metaphor for channeling power from the sky, which symbolizes the celestial court as the power source for Taoists. The power of the five thunders can have both positive and negative effects, depending on its direction. By invoking specific thunders, such as fire thunder or earth thunder, one can impact the natural world and the lives of individuals. It is through understanding and harnessing the power of the five thunders that one can truly tap into the transformative abilities of Ng Lui Sin Si.
The Role of Ng Lui Sin Si in the Celestial Court
Ng Lui Sin Si leads the celestial troops known as the five thunder army in the celestial court. This army serves as a transformative force capable of changing any situation. It is akin to commanding a group of individuals to bring about the desired outcomes. By understanding how to command these soldiers, one can work with Ng Lui Sin Si to manifest their intentions. For example, one might command the fire thunder army to hinder the actions of a sorcerer using dark magic or employ the water thunder army to create obstacles for a villain, keeping them occupied and unable to betray. The celestial troops are always prepared for deployment at the celestial court, awaiting instructions to fulfill their tasks and bring about the desired results.
The Five Thunder Big General
When Ng Lui Sin Si is invoked to perform his duties, he is often referred to as the Five Thunder Big General, Ng Lui Daai Jeung Gwun (五雷大將軍). This title can be encountered in the FU talismans found within our FU books. As the Five Thunder Big General, Ng Lui Sin Si possesses immense power and authority to enact change and inflict harm. However, it is important to understand that the primary purpose of this god is to empower Taoists to fulfill their roles as peacekeepers in nature. Ng Lui Sin Si upholds justice within the lineage, ensuring that those who violate the laws of nature or the rules of the lineage face appropriate consequences.
Maintaining Justice and Alignment with the Tao
Ng Lui Sin Si assumes the role of a law enforcement god, upholding strict regulations and emphasizing the importance of alignment with the Tao. Disciples who violate the laws of nature or the rules of the lineage come under the watchful gaze of Ng Lui Sin Si. The god administers appropriate punishments to ensure justice is served. Additionally, Ng Lui Sin Si assists in guiding disciples who have strayed from the path, helping them realign their trajectory. However, anyone who challenges the system and the principles of the lineage risks invoking the wrath of Ng Lui Sin Si.
The Influence of Ng Lui Sin Si Beyond the Lineage
As practitioners of Taoism, we are responsible for maintaining justice outside of our lineage as well. Ng Lui Sin Si plays a crucial role in identifying and resolving issues such as exorcism, energy flow disruptions, and obstructive forces in Feng Shui. By aligning oneself with the Tao and tapping into the power of Ng Lui Sin Si, practitioners can not only protect themselves but also contribute to restoring balance and harmony in the world.
Harnessing the Power of Ng Lui Sin Si through FU Papers
In our practices, FU papers serve as essential tools for commanding and manifesting our intentions. While yellow is commonly associated with FU papers, Ng Lui Sin Si has established a color code based on the five elements. Alongside yellow, we utilize red, green, white, and black papers to harness specific energies and achieve desired outcomes. Each color paper serves a distinct purpose, whether it is issuing commands, absorbing or drawing energies, bestowing something, or manifesting events in the physical or spiritual realm. Working with FU papers guided by the principles of Ng Lui Sin Si allows practitioners to tap into the intricate workings of the magical system and effect transformative changes.
Ng Lui Sin Si, the god of the Five Thunders, holds immense power and influence within our lineage. Through an understanding of the five elements, the ability to command the celestial troops, and alignment with the Tao, practitioners can tap into the transformative and protective abilities of this powerful deity. Ng Lui Sin Si's role as a law enforcement god ensures justice within the lineage, while also extending his influence beyond, helping practitioners maintain balance and harmony in the world. By harnessing the power of Ng Lui Sin Si through practices such as FU papers, individuals can embark on a journey of empowerment and enlightenment as Taoists.Unlock the mystical world of gods and deities by delving into our curated "Top 50 Blog Posts." Discover the secrets of their power through our magic foundation ebooks, complete with spells, prayers, and FU HEAD. If you want to learn more about the main gods and deities of our lineage, feel free to read the "Tin Yat Lineage Gods and Deities 101" Ebook. Take the first step on your transformative journey as a Taoist by ordaining and accessing these divine forces to enhance your everyday life. Embrace the extraordinary and start harnessing the power of the gods today!