What is the true offering?
Why can a true spiritual practitioner benefit a thousand people and feed a hundred people without doing anything?
What’s the meaning of the phrase “there is originally no karma?”
It’s written in the Platform Sutra of the Sixth Patriarch that “When one has neither good thoughts, nor bad thoughts, one is with the Tao.” How does it relate to the teaching of “cultivating oneself, controlling the family, governing the country and pacifying the world?”
What’s the relationship between spiritual practice and having no prejudice and no discrimination?
What can be done if one has too many stray thoughts during meditation?
The Three Worlds are not at the highest level, because the things here have shapes, forms and material substances. Is it true that one has to be detached to these shapes, forms and materials in order to enter Samadhi?
Some people experience vibration during meditation and they keep vacillating. Is that normal?
Are dreams experiences as well? Is it easier to recuperate by meditating all night without going to sleep?
Can those with magical power harm the Quan Yin practitioners?
The initiates should have the heart of Bodhisattvas, because we walk on the roads paved by others, live in the houses built by others, eat the vegetables planted by others and the rice cooked by others. So we naturally share with them our merits from spiritual practice and benefit the world. That’s why Master reminds us to meditate and practice every day.
(Supreme Master Ching Hai’s lectures do not contain the complete meditation instruction. Please do not try it alone or teach others.)