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00305 All Methods Are for Spiritual Practice
To live a happy life, we should look at every place as Buddha's place, everyone as a Buddha, and every situation as a blessing and arrangement of the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. The world is originally perfect and there's nothing to worry about. That's why Lao-tzu said, ..(more)
00317 Loving Power Is the Foundation  for Realization of Tao
Hightlights: Since the ancient times till now, spiritual practitioners are liked by everybody, either good or bad , because they have more universal love which can be extended to every ..(more)
00318 Practicing Buddha's Method Will Make You a Buddha
Highlights: There are eighty-four thousand types of practicing methods, but why did Sakyamuni Buddha keep emphasizing that we can only be liberated and attain bBuddhahood through practicing Guan Yin Method? ..(more)
00319 Buddha is My Profession
Highlights: Why is that most people cannot accept the coming of a living Buddha? Supreme Master breaks our stereotyped misconceptions about Buddha with her wise insights and words: my profession is Buddha. If all ..(more)
00330 The Big-Boot Method
The Buddhist Sutra says that "troubles are Bodhi." How do we turn trouble into Bodhi? Supreme Master Ching Hai points out that we can easily find our Buddha nature with good methods of spiritual practice; there's no need to change anything. We just look for Bodhi and ..(more)
00347 The Eight Immortals Also Practiced Quan Yin Method
He Xiangu, one of the Eight Immortals, once heard the jingling sound of flute; Sakyamuni Buddha mentioned in the Lotus Sutra about the sounds of bell, drum, thunder and lion’s roar; the Bible also mentioned God's voice like the sound of thunder and flood, and when God ..(more)
00352 The Story of Water Margin and Spiritual Practice
The Story of Water Margin (All Men Are Brothers) helps us see ourselves: we might originally be Bodhisattva or angles, but if we do not practice spiritually, we could still be very coarse and ferocious and destroy everything. We could not distinguish good from bad; sometimes ..(more)
00353 Spiritual Practitioners Cannot Be Measured or Detected
Through the story of "Imaginary Plum to Quench Thirst" and many other penetrating and meaningful stories in the book "Three Kingdoms", Supreme Master Ching Hai vividly explains for us the wisdom of spiritual practice. Many so-called spiritual practitioners are ..(more)
00354 The Meaning of Eternal Liberation
It’s OK if we do not believe that person is Buddha, because it’s well enough if he has the method of Buddha. That means Buddha has taught the Dharma to us and guided us which way to choose and which way can bring us liberation. The world we live in is like a labyrinth ..(more)
00360 The Situation of Becoming Buddha
Why did Supreme Master Ching Hai say ‘Becoming Buddha is very easy and something that can not be smelt’? And why did Shakyamuni Buddha say ‘For me, Buddhahood is as simple as a flower in the air’? Supreme Master points out that the power of Buddha, or the power of the great ..(more)
00370 Worshipping Buddha is Worshipping One's True Self
Why do all the fellow initiates who practice the Quan Yin Method have (inner or outer) experiences? Master answered a series of questions. Fellow initiates talked about their miraculous ..(more)
00371-1 The Ordinary Mind is the Tao
Fellow initiates shared their inner experiences Some people saw the stars, the Moon. Some heard the sound of the bell. They asked Master how they could go higher? Is it good or bad to experience strong vibration during ..(more)
00371-2 Observing the Precepts is Necessary in Spiritual Cultivation
It is not easy to make progress in our spiritual practice without keeping the precepts strictly. How is our practice different from those that allow so-called freedom and do not demand people to keep precepts? Some people have inner visions while working. Should they ..(more)
00372 The Origins of Superstitions and Idol Worship
Were the inner visions that some of the fellow initiates told Master real or illusions? It’s said that there is only a thin curtain standing between Buddha and sentient beings. What does that curtain represent? Why is it said that there is originally no karma? Why ..(more)
00373 Master Is the Repairer of the Thread of Life
We have two beings in ourselves. Originally there is only one, but we believe the mind is us, thenthere seems to be two. What are they? One is the person who is doing something in this mundane world, for example, eating, working, driving, getting married, having children, ..(more)