[TN: There is a mistake in Chapter 255. The three corpses in the passage have been burned by Mu Yi, so Qian Butong didn’t find those corpses afterwards. Thanks for the correction of our fan Xiao Yansun.]
Although Mo Ruyan was a woman, she was as excellent as her male colleagues when fighting. She knew that if she didn’t fight, the consequences would be unimaginable. However, Big Slave had no power to fight this Qian Butong, increasing the pressure on Mo Ruyan.
Fortunately, the effect of the six ding-headed Stem-Branch pairs and six jia-headed Stem-Branch pairs charm enabled her to fight this Qian Butong. Although she was weaker than him, it was not so easy for him to take her down in a short time. Mo Ruyan also felt that his strength was waning. Although the body changed its owner and the combat power improved greatly, the essence of strength had not changed. Otherwise, if Mo Ruyan fought against the old monster inside him, she wouldn’t be able to fight back.
“You will die.” Qian Butong seemed to be infuriated by Mo Ruyan’s attitude, and a flash of murder flashed in his eyes.
He wanted to kill Mo Ruyan, but his face suddenly changed, “This time I will let you go.”
After saying that, Qian Wutong swayed to avoid Mo Ruyan’s attack, but he didn’t attack Mo Ruyan anymore and fled into the distance.
Mo Ruyan was stunned when she saw that Qian Butong escaped, but she didn’t pursue him. With the long gun in her hand, she watched him run away.
The effect of the six ding-headed Stem-Branch pairs and six jia-headed Stem-Branch pairs charm was about to wear off and she had promised to wait at the entrance for Mu Yi’s return.
Big Slave was also hurt. She could only watch Qian Butong get away. Qian Butong ran tens of feet away and suddenly shook, nearly collapsing. Mo Ruyan didn’t run after him.
Big Slave was unreconciled. His big eyes watched Qian Butong across the distance, imprinting Qian Butong and promising revenge.
Mu Yi was preparing to open the third chakra in the channel.
The human body had seven chakras. From the bottom to the top, they were seven shackles that locked up the body’s treasures. Only by opening these seven chakras could he reach the bridge between heaven and earth and truly touch the unity of heaven and man.
At the time of breaking through to the second difficulty, the words from the copper lamp made Mu Yi lay a solid foundation diligently. It turned out that this way was right. If he chose the path of shortcuts for the sake of rash progress, he would definitely regret it in the future.
It was like closing the door to the third difficulty. If he had gone that route, he would have had to repair the broken wheels as Leng Yu did to reach the third difficulty, but how many people in the world had such courage?
He could only imagine the pain of not being able to pass through after years of trying.
However, those old monsters hadn’t made progress for decades, watching the years pass by. That kind of pain was not something he had experienced. He could understand why they clung to every glimmer of hope.
The old monsters’ competition for the Sutra of the Seventh Methods of the Yin and the Fu was proof of their hope. Mu Yi thought that if he interfered with their battle, even the Qin Sanchao, who had a good feeling for him at the beginning, would kill him.
Not to mention Ning Wuque who disliked him at the beginning and was more than willing to kill him.
It was precisely because he knew the consequences that Mu Yi couldn’t wait to open the chakra. He had to risk it to protect himself.
After thoroughly remoulding himself, Mu Yi didn’t know to what extent his strength had improved. He only opened two chakra, he could be sure that if he faced with a first-class like Ghost Four again, he could easily kill them without using the copper lamp and Bamboo Tree of Life
If according to this standard, Mu Yi’s normal strength should be between the first-class fourth- grade and fifth-grade, but even if the last card was used, it was estimated that Mu Yi could only firmly stay on the top of the first-class fifth-grade. After all, the higher the grade, the greater the difference.
This time, he was very satisfied to be able to increase his strength, but if he could open another chakra, his strength would definitely advance by leaps and bounds, and reach the sixth grade.
Although it was still inferior to those old monsters, he would not be afraid of the second-grade first-class experts. He could take one or two hits and escape if he fought the old monsters.
Mu Yi had cards in his hands. He didn’t think that those old monsters would have no cards in their hands. He even suspected that even the first-class experts of the seventh grade were not the match of those old monsters.
Therefore, Mu Yi had to make preparations early. After all, in addition to these old monsters, there was also Leng Yu to deal with.
In the past, Mu Yi thought that he knew her strength, but if she was competing with the old monsters he had been mistaken.
Getting rid of the pressure of all his disordered thoughts, Mu Yi’s mind gradually sank into the bottom of his heart. In the deepest part of his body, the two chakras stood quietly. The two chakras were introverted and full of the feeling of eternal heaviness. It seemed that after the vicissitudes of life, there had been no change.
If it had not been for the situation and the help of the copper lamp, this kind of increase in power would have taken him years of hard work.
The first chakra was the Mūlādhāra Chakra located at the bottom of the vertebrae and was the deepest chakra, which controlled the vitality of the human body.
The second chakra was the Svādhiṣṭhāna Chakra, which was the essence of human body and controlled the body’s essence.
The third was the Manipura Chakra, located in the lower abdomen. In Taoism, the Manipura Chakra was also called Dantian, the most important part of the human body.
As soon as the Manipura Chakra was opened, if the Qi in his body had a destination, it could be absorbed into his Dantian, his Manipura Chakra, allowing him to wield more Qi with better results.
The Manipura Chakra was very important among the seven chakras. Hence, Mu Yi believed that as long as the Manipura Chakra was opened, his strength would rise to the sixth grade of the first-class.
‘Calm down.’ With the power of his mind and spirit surging, Mu Yi seemed to see a ladder. It started from the Mūlādhāra Chakra and went all the way up, through the Svādhiṣṭhāna Chakra then fell into a thick fog. If he wanted to open the Manipura Chakra, he first needed to dispel the fog and break the door above the ladder.
Vaguely, there seemed to be a figure on the ladder. It was his imagination, but as long as the figure could open the door at the end of the ladder, he could jump up and open the Manipura Chakra.
Mu Yi completely integrated himself into that figure.
With a sound of dispersion, the fog on the stairs began to slowly disperse under a certain force, and Mu Yi kept walking up step by step. His steps were extremely firm, and his eyes were full of determination.
Maybe it was difficult for others to open the Manipura Chakra, but for Mu Yi, it was just a matter of course.
Finally, Mu Yi reached the gate. He looked up and quietly looked at the gate in front of him. The gate was too big for him at the moment. He felt small when standing under the gate, but he felt that he had unparalleled power, as if he could break the sky, let alone this gate, so he clenched his fist and knocked on the gate.
His fist collided with the gate, making a dull sound. He felt that he had not exhausted all his strength, but there was a small crack around his fist.
With a click, there were more and more cracks on the gate. Soon, they covered the whole gate. Then, it collapsed.
Mu Yi was a little confused. He didn’t think that he could smash the gate with his fist. He remembered that he struggled opening the first two chakras. The had opened, not shattered.
Even though the second gate was easier to open than the first, it was definitely not as easy as this one.
The ground beneath him shook, and endless light came out from behind the gate. Then, Mu Yi saw a sun rising into the sky. In a moment, his body was illuminated by the light, and his body began to smile in the light.
Finally, Mu Yi saw a dragon flying from the deep sky towards the sun.
Outside, Mu Yi closed his eyes and looked solemn. After a quarter of an hour, he heard a light sound coming from his body then a strong breath rose from him. This breath was more than twice as strong as before. His face became ruddy, and his skin was filled with a golden light.
Mu Yi opened his eyes and mumbled to himself, “It turns out that this is the Manipura Chakra. That dragon was Qi.”