Tools, means or methods, as long as they are implemented, must have a certain effect. If there is no definite effect, then the tool is an inefficient tool and can be discarded. After Wang Sheng returned home, he couldn't wait to show the spell to his wife. The result was that he stammered and cursed the old Taoist priest as unscrupulous, but looking at his mentality, it is not difficult to understand why Wang Sheng cursed the old Taoist priest as unscrupulous. First of all, Wang Sheng received the immortal master of the industry for hundreds of miles. It must be said that he is diligent.
For Wang Sheng, it ghost mannequin effect was the hard work he had put into his existing rich second-generation status, but the old Taoist priest thought he was coquettish from the very beginning. Even if the brothers gather firewood every day, they still cannot change this determination. Since the very beginning, Wang Sheng's characteristics were subjectively determined by Taoist priests. He has long since missed the chance to obtain the skill, not to mention that the Taoist priest will change his mind because of what he has done. Secondly, since Taoist priests have taught spells, they cannot guarantee the effectiveness of the spells. In Wang Sheng's view, that is a kind of teasing, a kind of deception.
Because the behavior of boasting about encountering immortals is really unclean, and whether Wang Sheng will use magic to do evil when he returns home, the old Taoist priests have no way to review or distinguish. Therefore, it is unfair to Wang Sheng to make the spell invalid! Therefore, the magic of Taoist Laoshan can never be reduced to a process of "paying money and effort → acquiring skill knowledge" in modern society. Some learning in our modern sense is somewhat commodity-trading in nature. The art in Laoshan Taoist priests is not a commodity, and it is difficult to reduce it to a variety of One by one "skills", "skills", or "laws".