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【 长辈要有德,不然小辈必定吃苦 】盧台長觀世音菩薩心靈法門
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Metaphysics Q&A 146 – Performing recitations for people with Hepatitis B


Q146: Hi Master Lu, I am a Hepatitis B carrier. How should I perform recitations?


From the medical perspective, Hepatitis B is related to a physiological imbalance. This is in fact an illness resulting from karmic obstacles due to negative karmas, regardless of whether you were born with it or you became infected later on in life.The following is recommended for your Daily Recitation: the Great Compassion Mantra (Ta Pei Chou) at least 21 times, Heart Sutra (Hsin Ching) 7 times, and Eight-eighty Buddhas Great Repentance (Li Fo Ta Chan Hui Wen) 3 times. These are the basics.In addition, it is recommended that you recite the Arya Amitayur Niyama Prabharaja Dharani (Sheng Wu Liang Shou Chueh Ting Kuang Ming Wang To Lo Ni) at least 21 times per day. This is because an illness such as Hepatitis B is especially detrimental to people during old age and can affect their lifespan. Before you recite this mantra, you can say the following prayer, “May the Great Merciful and Great Compassionate Guan Yin Bodhisattva protect and bless me, <full name>, help me to eliminate my Hepatitis B virus.”It is recommended that you also combine the above with the recitation of at least 3 Little Houses per week. Please be persistent and recite the Little Houses continuously until you have fully recovered. Generally, you can recite 21 Little Houses as your first batch, 49 Little Houses as your second batch, 21 Little Housesfor your third batch, and 49 Little Houses for your fourth batch, and so on.It is also strongly recommended that you perform Life Liberation in large quantities, as well as make Great Vows.

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Wenda 20150628b 43:12, Pray to Guan Yin Bodhisattva before Sharing Inspirational Story


Wenda 20150628b 43:12, Pray to Guan Yin Bodhisattva before Sharing Inspirational Story


Male Listener: Hi Master Lu, one of our dharma friends recovered from illness after practicing your Buddhist practice.  When asked about his health condition, he’d answer honestly, “I am much better now than before.” When sharing his story to inspire people to learn Buddhism, he would day, “By following this Buddhist practice diligently, my health has greatly improved.” However, he experienced bad luck shortly after saying so.  Is there any reason behind it?

Master Lu:  It’s very simple.  He needs to include a few more words in his prayer to Guan Yin Bodhisattva before sharing his story. Otherwise, he is just showing off, and revealing the divine secrets.  This will only serve to invite spirits to hold him back.  However, most people don’t understand this. That is why you hear people warn against bragging about having a successful career or improved health conditions.  In fact, many people get sick soon after they brag about their health, because doing so attracts jealous spirits to put a spanner in the works.

Therefore, before sharing your personal story, you have to include a few words in your prayer to Guan Yin Bodhisattva: “ May Guan Yin Bodhisattva bless me and protect me. Today I share my story to inspire people to learn Buddhism. I am doing this for the benefit of sentient beings; I want to learn compassion from Guan Yin Bodhisattva and to help sentient beings. May Guan Yin Bodhisattva bless me and help transform my good deeds into merits.” Once you say the prayer, everything will be OK.  So make sure you do so before sharing your inspirational story.  (Now I understand! Thank you, Master Lu! ) [emoji4][emoji120][emoji120][emoji120]

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