(Hallo, Master. I would like to ask a question please. When I think positive things, the negative power will follow. For example, when I am thinking about the Buddha, there is some negative power attacking the Buddha.) You can’t attack Buddha. So don’t dream of it. Our brain just thinks about nonsense. Just do your best to control it if you can. If you can’t control it, just let it be. If it’s too noisy inside, play the Buddha’s chanting or my lecture recordings, etc. to comfort your mind a little. OK? The so-called Buddha that you believe in is a fixed concept in your mind. You have a fixed law in your mind. You think that a Buddha should be like this and that. It’s the 20th century now. Buddha nowadays should be different. But this different Buddha doesn’t fit in your fixed frame. Then you start to have some doubts. It doesn’t matter. You can just follow the teachings. Then you meditate. The result will naturally prove itself. Modern Buddha is not the same. You see that when the Buddha was alive, he also had troubles. Many people couldn’t practice spiritually and many attacked and defamed Him. Now, it’s also difficult for us to practice the Quan Yin Method. So you see, if the Buddha comes back in this time and age, He has to change. He has to change according to the time in order to save sentient beings. (Then I dash into a black hole. Also, when I pass through the black hole, there is very strong Light. My eyes feel very uncomfortable.) It’s your brain that thinks you cannot. The stronger the Light, the better. We cannot bear it because we are too used to negativity. We are used to darkness. It’s like a person being locked in a prison. When he gets out of darkness the first day, people cannot let him see the sun right away. They need to cover his eyes for a while. It’s just that he’s not used to it. It’s not that the sun is not good.