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Appearance Doesn't Always Reflect Inner Attainment, Part 10 of 10

2024-04-19
Lecture Language:Chinese (中文)
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Up there, I smelt that lousy food. Originally, I thought it was good. Because the nose and the tongue were not coordinating well, the nose cheated the mouth and said, “It smells good. Come down quickly.” They were really powerful. It happened that they didn’t know how to dispose of the leftover rice noodles, so they prayed to the inner Master for help. As a result, I had to go down to help them finish it. To eliminate the karma, I went down. Seeing there was a big pot, I thought it was edible. After eating a few mouthfuls, I wanted to “die.” It was so lousy. […]

Each time you go to the ashram, leave all your garbage outside, and then smile. Sometimes we force ourselves to smile, which is also useful. (True.) Because our cells are “stupid.” They just follow the signals. Seeing that the cells at the corners of your mouth are turned up to smile, the cells of your whole body will think: “Ah! It’s time to smile.” Then all the cells of your body smile together. If you have a microscope, you’ll see that all your cells are smiling. Then our smile becomes natural. Our spirits will rise, and we’ll be in a better mood. Try it, OK? (OK.) […]

Smile when you go home. (Smile.) Greet your family smilingly. At least each time before you step into your house, smile for a few seconds before going in. It’d be better if you can keep your smile. But smiling also has to become a habit. Or else people would think you’re an idiot. Just borrow it for a while. Borrow. Goodbye! (Goodbye.) Smile. From now on, no admittance without smiling, or their initiate ID card will be confiscated. This trick works better. Let me tell you. You have just a few kids. There’s nothing you can’t laugh about. I have so many kids and I still can laugh. OK. (OK.) (Thank You, Master.) Is it enough? (Hallo, Master.) (So beautiful.) (Master is so beautiful.)

Let me tell you a secret. Why we have to smile. One more secret. (OK.) You see, when you look at people, no matter how ugly he (she) might look, when he (she) smiles, he (she) looks beautiful. Isn’t it? (Yes.) (It’s true.) Some people’s looks scare me. He (she) usually looks so ugly when I see him (her). But once he (she) smiles, wow! Oh! I can’t take my eyes off him (her). So, if you want me to look at you more, smile. Just smile sweetly. (Hallo, Master.) Good, good. Take care. I have to leave. (OK.) (Take care, Master.) (Goodbye, Master.) (Take care, Master.) (Master is so beautiful.) (Take care, Master.) Just smile and you’ll be beautiful. Smile and you’ll be beautiful. (Master, please take care.) (Hallo, Master.) (Master is so beautiful.) (Hallo, Master.) (Good afternoon, Master.) (Hallo, Master.)

Also, you’ll become younger if you smile every day. Just look at me and you can see. (So beautiful.) (Hallo, Master.) (So beautiful.) (Hallo, Master.) If I allow you to come every day, will you come? (We will.) Oh, my God. I’ll think of ways. (OK.) OK, I’ll think of ways. (Thank You.) (Hallo, Master.) (Master is so beautiful.) (Hallo, Master.) (Hallo, Master. So beautiful.) (Hallo, Master.) Thank you, you are beautiful. (Hallo, Master.) (Master’s car is coming.) (Step aside. Step aside.) Do you really want me to go this way? See you next week. OK? (OK.) (Master.) (Hallo, Master.) There’s an initiation here next week. (OK. Thank You, Master.) If anyone wishes to stay overnight, they may come. (OK.) Only need to bring a tent. OK? (OK.) …Either by the riverside or roadside. Just not over there, it doesn’t look nice in the daytime. And let the children play, otherwise they might fall if they walk all over the place. Understand? (Understand.) (Thank You, Master.) (See You, Master.) Just like kids. In my eyes, we’re all old, old naughty children. Old naughty children. Have you heard me just now? (Yes.) What will you do at home? (Smile.) Good kids.

Is it OK? (OK.) Satisfied? (Satisfied.) Goodbye. (Goodbye. Thank You, Master.) Be happy and cheerful every day. (OK.) (Same with Master.) (Be happy and cheerful, Master.) This is an order. Do you understand? (Understand.) Confiscate the initiate ID card of the miserable ones. Scared to death. There is more. (Master still has words to say. Wait a while.) For those whose ID cards have been confiscated, I pardon all of them as it’s Mid-Autumn Festival today. Regardless of the reasons. OK? (OK. Thank You, Master.) Bye-bye. (Bye-bye.) (Thank You.) (Goodbye, Master.) (Goodbye.) (Bye-bye, Master.) (Be happy every day.) (Have to laugh happily.) (The rear, the front.) (People on this side can’t see You.) (Master is so beautiful.) (So beautiful.) Alright, I know. I can’t look at all of you. (Goodbye, Master.) (Master is so beautiful, getting more and more beautiful.) (Goodbye, Master.) (Master is very beautiful.) (We’ll never get tired of looking at Master.) (Thank You, Master. Please take care.) Yeah. But you still have to go home, your own home. We’ll see each other next week. OK? (OK.) Thank you, everyone, for your love. (Thank You, Master, for Your Love.) Thank you also for your diligence.

(Then, Master will become more and more beautiful.) (Master is so beautiful.) (Forever young.) (Hallo, Master.) (So beautiful.) (Beautiful figure.) It’s all because I’ve been eating your lousy (vegan) rice noodles. I can’t put on weight because I have no appetite. Last night… I didn’t eat for the whole day, except for two pieces of toast and a cup of tea in the morning, to wake me up. Otherwise, I couldn’t wake up. And then, I ate nothing until two or three in the morning. Up there, I smelt that lousy food. Originally, I thought it was good. Because the nose and the tongue were not coordinating well, the nose cheated the mouth and said, “It smells good. Come down quickly.” They were really powerful. It happened that they didn’t know how to dispose of the leftover rice noodles, so they prayed to the inner Master for help. As a result, I had to go down to help them finish it. To eliminate the karma, I went down. Seeing there was a big pot, I thought it was edible. After eating a few mouthfuls, I wanted to “die.” It was so lousy.

Yet it was two, three o’clock in the morning, I couldn’t find any food elsewhere. So I had to gobble it down. No wonder there were several pots left. They even said to me, “It’s strange, Master. Why do the initiates lose their appetite as they practice spiritually longer.” I also said delightfully, “Oh! Really? What should we do then?” He said, “That’s right, Master. We worry that the food would go off tomorrow.” I said, “It wouldn’t. Just add some water to make a new dish out of it tomorrow. It will become (vegan) rice noodle soup.” They said, “We worry that it is already very sour, Master.” I said, “Well, never mind. Just stir fry it and let me try. If still OK, we’ll finish it today.” I fooled them by saying, “It will taste better when eating with me. Let’s enjoy it together.” They were not fooled. Each of them just ate a small bowl while serving me a big bowl of it. I am a lady. A well-bred lady. So I swallowed it politely. Wow! It tasted terrible. When I saw the noodle today, I still wanted to flee. I even wanted to go abroad to study.

From now on, when you’re cooking, take your mind off your wife or husband. Keep your jealousy for yourself. Don’t bring your mutual karma to us, especially to the pitiful Master. I have to answer your prayers. Why pray to me when you can’t finish the food? My stomach is not big. It’s also good eating your kind of noodles. Thanks to you, my figure is in good shape. If you cook well, I’d have become Sister Maitreya by now. OK. I really must go. Last farewell. (OK. Thank You, Master. Bye-bye, Master.) (Goodbye, Master.) (Thank You, bye-bye.) (Goodbye, Master.) (Bye-bye.) (Goodbye.)

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