In the pursuit of immortality and understanding of the Dao, sometimes one needs to cultivate in tranquility, while other times it’s necessary to broaden one’s horizons and accumulate insights.
As for the balance between these two aspects, different sects, and even different cultivators, have their own standards.
The Xuanling Sect, for instance, believes in going with the flow—cultivating in seclusion when it’s time to do so, and being active when it’s appropriate, without imposing too many restrictions.
On the other hand, Liuyan Mountain is a typical “combat sect,” advocating for its disciples to interact with other cultivators and absorb...
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