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Between Master and Disciples

Taoist Teachings from the Book of Lieh Tzu, Part 1 of 4, Sep 17 & Oct 1, 1995

2020-02-26
Lecture Language:Chinese(正體中文)  Host Language:English

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Today’s story is about not differentiating ourselves from other beings. “Lieh Tzu learned from old Mr. Shang. Nine years later, he didn’t know what his body depended on for existence. He didn’t feel that his feet were standing on the ground. So he followed the wind, traveling everywhere, like a falling leaf in autumn. He did not know if it was the wind carrying him, or if it was him carrying the wind.” What kind of wind? The (Heavenly) Sound of the wind inside us. We also follow the wind everywhere now and then. Yes? (Yes.) We go to Amitabha Buddha’s realm, or Bhaisajyaguru’s realm. We visit many beautiful realms, planets and places in the universe. Perhaps after reciting the sutra, Lieh Tzu taught him the Quan Yin Method. Then Yin Sheng could also travel with the “Wind” like we do. Now there is a passage below that explains what being one with all beings is like. “There was a person called Zhao Xiang Tzu, the king of Zhao. One time, he led one hundred thousand people on a hunt….”
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