Relax head, shoulders, and jaw - and simply look at the image.
Let it do the magic it's supposed to do.
Ancient Taoist talisman designed to vitalize the brain.
From the Tao-tsang; Section 2: The Cave of Mysteries; Wieger index number 543-41:22b.
The Tao-tsang, also known as Taoist Canon, is the largest collection of Taoist sacred, philosophical, magical and alchemical texts. It contains texts and images from both major branches of Taoism: Tao-chia (the so-called philosophical and mystical branch) and Tao-chiao (the so-called religious, alchemical branch).
Many works of the canon date back to the 3rd/5th century, and it was first printed in 1190. However, It was only in 1926 that the one and only extant edition, in a Peking monastery, was made accessible to Western scholars. The work is as yet not completely translated.
More images and/or information on the Tao-tsang can be found in the following
Legeza, Laszlo. Tao Magic. London: Thames & Hudson, 1987.
Rawson, Philip, & Laszlo Legeza. Tao: Chinese Philosophy of Time and Change. London: Thames & Hudson, 1984.
Schipper, Kristofor. Tao: De levende religie van China. Amsterdam, NL: Meulenhoff, 1988.
If you save and use the image, in your "wallpaper" for example, make sure that it remains red on white! The ancient text demands that for the magic to work.