00088 Everything Is Created by the Mind
00088 Everything Is Created by the Mind
No. 00088
Category / Between Master and Disciples-Group Meditation
Event date / 1986.08.26
Place / (Formosa/Taiwan) Taipei
Language / Chinese
Time (mins) / 37m44s
Publication No. / "The Immediate Key of Enlightenment", Chinese version(vol.5)
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  • Summary

We are great beings, not weak ones. Humans have the greatest status and can do anything. We can accomplish as much as we believe we can. Buddha said all beings are the same as Buddha. That is, beings have the same amount of merits, but they are unable to use them because they do not know they are Buddhas.

We should believe that we have the power to change our fixed karma and our environment. The more we practice spiritually, the better our concentration will be and the more we can change the environment—not only our own environment, but also that of our friends and family, the world, and even the universe. We decide whether we go to Heaven or hell. We will not go to hell if we decide not to. We might go there because we choose to. The power of decision lies in our hands. Truly, everything is created by the mind.


  1. Where does illness come from? How should we cultivate our body, speech and mind to keep illness at bay?
  2. How should we cope with crisis? Master shares an experience when She used Her spiritual power to resolve the danger of falling rocks.
  3. Why are spiritual practitioners seldom ill? When we become ill, how should we quickly heal ourselves and keep illness away?
  4. What is the difference between the illness of an enlightened Master and that of ordinary people? What causes a Master to fall ill?
  5. What is the difference between Buddha and sentient beings? Since all beings are the same as Buddha, why don’t they know that they are Buddhas?
  6. What is real karma? Is illness caused by karma?
  7. How is demon hindrance created? Will greed attract demons? Why are some people still surrounded by ghosts and demons after they are initiated into spiritual practice?
  8. Why can’t Buddhas and Bodhisattvas intervene forcibly in the karma of sentient beings? What kind of people can obtain salvation?
  9. Master once had an argument with God over Biblical prophecies of various disasters in the Dharma-Ending Age. Why is Master opposed to God punishing humans in this way?
  10. What is the fine Light of spiritual practitioners? How do Buddhas and Bodhisattvas emanate light to save sentient beings? Is this the ultimate Light?
  11. Why do we feel so comfortable and happy when we approach a Master with great blessings?