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00622 Everything Is Contained in Our Original Nature
00622 Everything Is Contained in Our Original Nature
No.00622
Category / Group Meditation
Event date / 1989.08.31
Place / (Formosa/Taiwan) Tainan
Language / Chinese
Time (mins) / 55m00s
Publication No. / CD-CG16
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  • Summary

Many religious groups emphasize learning doctrines and/or magical arts instead of searching for the Original Nature. Indeed, our Original Nature contains everything we need. We will gain all that we require in life as long as we inwardly connect with our Original Nature each day through the Quan Yin Method. We should rely on Hirm, because Hes can take always care of us.

Anything that makes us forget our noblest, richest, original Self is Maya. Without great wisdom and a good teacher, we can be easily confused in our spiritual practice, becoming obsessed with gaining magical powers and then learning partially and imperfectly. We should instead rely on the enlightened inner Master, return to the original Source by searching inwardly, and avoid the charms of magical powers.


Highlights
  1. How can we tell whether a religious sect's teachings go beyond or remain within the Three Worlds?
  2. Why are the results of fortune-telling inaccurate after we practice the Quan Yin Method?
  3. Why do the spiritual practitioners of many religious schools have to reincarnate back to this world time and again?
  4. Have the philosophies of Lao-tzu and Chuang-tzu already reached the highest Level? What are the differences between their teachings and meditation in Buddhism?
  5. How do the undiscriminating attitude of a great spiritual practitioner and the attitude of an ordinary person differ?
  6. How can we attain the Level of true fearlessness? Why is it more likely for people to fall into lower Levels if they are fearful at the time of death?
  7. Why do spiritual practitioners need the guidance of a Master who has attained the highest Level?
  8. Why do some aspects of the Dharma lineage often get lost in the process of being passed down from one generation to the next?
  9. Do souls have to forget their past-life spiritual attainments each time they are reborn?
  10. Why are inner experiences that can be understood by the mind not high enough?
  11. What are the differences between magical powers attained through the Quan Yin Method and ordinary magical powers?
  12. Why do merits and bad karma exist? How can one avoid reincarnating to pay for them?
  13. What does the expression "keeping the precepts while not keeping them" mean? Is it true that after becoming a Buddha, no matter what we do, we are not required to pay off karma?
  14. Why shouldn't we insist that Master help us in the ways we expect?
  15. Spiritual books mainly describe magical, wondrous phenomena, but they make us forget our True Self. How can we avoid being attracted by these marvels?