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Between Master and Disciples

Body Code of a Master, Part 1 of 11, May 20, 2000, Seoul, Korea

2023-11-30
Lecture Language:English,Korean (한국어)
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The wisdom eye is already open. It’s just that sometimes you pay attention, but too forcefully. And so it feels a little tight or pain here. Just relax. Just relax. Relax, like we have fun. Just put down everything in the world. And relax and remember here. It’s really easy, really. Just forget outside, and then you come inside right away. No need to squeeze yourself and feel such headache. Very easy. Just close your eyes, forget the outside, and then the inside… and you are in the inner world, you are in the real world right away, very easy.

Hallo. How are you? My shoes, very clean. Can I go in? (Yes.) Yeah, yeah. Look nice. New clothes. No. New shoes. Everyone OK? Korean clothes. Very nice. Supermarket. Hallo. OK. Everybody happy, yeah? (Yes.) Yes. Hungry? (No.) No? (No.) Really? Not hungry? (Yes.) Yes or no? (Yes.) (No.) No. (They said not hungry.) Good, good. Have so many people. Why? Can you make it louder please? Louder, please. Louder. I don’t have too much voice. Make louder, please. Ah, all the Europeans here also? My God! And all the monks.

You want some (vegan) food? (Yes!) Yes. Just a little. Just a little, your (vegan) cake. Have some (vegan) food. Yeah, go around. Have some food first, then you’ll feel awake. What is this? Soy drink. This is good for the monks. What’s this? (Grapes.) Oh, grapes. Good for the nuns. Share, share. One more here. Together. Symbolic. I don’t have everything here. What is this here? Ginseng tea? No. Lemon juice. Sorry, here. This is good. No sugar! [They] don’t want me to get fat!

Like my new clothes? (Yes.) (You look good, Master.) This, I went to a Korean wholesale market. (Ahhh.) Very nice. Cheap! Two and a half dollars per yard. (Two and half?) Two and a half dollars. Like 25,000 (Vietnamese) dong. One yard. Not bad? (Yes.) Designed it myself. Comfortable. Cheap. Korean clothes are very nice. (Yes.) I discovered. Very nice. I brought some for Taiwan (Formosa), Happy Yogi clothes. And soon they can wear something comfortable.

Where from? Where’re all these people from? Seoul? I know from Yeoungdong, Yeoungdong Center. And from Seoul alone? No. Pusan, Pusan. Pusan, raise your hand. (Daegu.) (Daegu.) Pusan, Daegu. OK. Daegu. (Pohang.) (Daejeon.) (Daejeon.) (Gwangju.) Huh? (Gwanju.) Gwangju. Gwangju. (Sangju.) Sangju. (Pohang.) Pohang. (Gwangju.) Kimchi. From Ginseng! OK. Alright. You have good meditation? (Yes.) So tight. Normally not tight? Just today, right? (Right.) (Yes.) Other people “immigrated illegally” to Seoul. From Pusan and... This is not your Center. You have a visa to come here?

OK. Any more questions that last night we didn’t have enough time for? Can ask again. If similar question, then watch the last video. Ask new questions, interesting. Old questions, boring. OK. Anyone who ask questions, raise your hand, quick, quick. Otherwise, we don’t have time. We give it to somebody else. Pass, pass, pass. It’s OK. Can sit, it’s fine. (When I meditate, I feel some pressure on the wisdom eye. I’m wondering if there is any relationship between this and the opening of the wisdom eye.) (When I do meditation, I feel some pressure on my wisdom eye. How is it different from opening the wisdom eye?) No, no, it’s not.

The wisdom eye is already open. It’s just that sometimes you pay attention, but too forcefully. And so it feels a little tight or pain here. Just relax. Just relax. Relax, like we have fun. Just put down everything in the world. And relax and remember here. It’s really easy, really. Just forget outside, and then you come inside right away. No need to squeeze yourself and feel such headache. Very easy. Just close your eyes, forget the outside, and then the inside… and you are in the inner world, you are in the real world right away, very easy. Never mind, at least when you have a little pain here, that means you know you are concentrating well, and you don’t think of other things. At least, it’s good. Yeah. Try to relax more. (Thank You.)

Next one. How come they don’t ask funny questions any more like last time? (The Gwangju Center is underground. Is there any difference between a Center of underground and the one that’s above ground?) (Now, the Gwangju Center is underground. Is it different for center to be located underground or above ground?) No. It’s no problem. It’s in here. No ground.

(May I ask You a question? There’s a beautiful story of a Master-disciple relationship between Yogananda and Milarepa.) Yogananda. (Milarepa. It’s a very beautiful story of love, and I felt it was even more beautiful than the love between parent and child or between brothers and sisters. And I saw many times that a Master saved His disciple in the story. There are some people around me who are not initiated but are very sincere, and I know a couple of people who are initiated but are still looking for another master right now. I’d like to ask You, regardless of whether You gave initiation or not, what is Your standard likened to such Masters as Milarepa or Yogananda or Babaji show, the standards that guide the disciples?) (Yogananda or Milarepa or Babaji, They have many stories about devoting Themselves in loving Their initiate disciples. For You, what is the criteria or standard for taking care of and loving Your disciples? Is it whether he or she is initiated or not, or do You have any standard for that?) Standard for what? (Taking care of people devotedly.) You mean, I don’t take care of you enough?

(I will tell simply. There are people around me who are not initiated but are very sincere and beautiful, and there are people who are initiated but are still not meditating and are searching for another master.) (There are some people who got initiated already but they are not very sincerely practicing. But [some of] those who didn’t get initiated, they are very sincerely doing something. So now, how do You discriminate [between] them?) I don’t discriminate against anybody. If they want to be sincere and want to know themselves as a Buddha, that’s their choice. If they don’t want to be sincere and don’t want to know themselves as a Buddha, that’s their problem. I only show the way. And they do it or not do it, it’s their free choice. What’s that got to do with Yogananda and Babaji?

(When I saw Yogananda and Babaji risking Their lives to protect Their disciples, I was curious about the relationship between the disciple and Master.) (I asked this question, that Yogananda and Babaji, Their relationships with Their disciples were very special for her. So, she would like to know what kind of relationship They had.) Who? Who is special? Babaji and Yogananda? (Both. Both have a special relationship with Their disciples.) Yeah. How many? How many have a special relationship? Babaji has only one. One special. And that special one has only one, that’s Yogananda, two special. If you want to be special, you have to be special. Like Buddha has one special relationship with Ananda. For example Jesus had one special with Peter, Saint Peter.

For me, every one of you is very special. That’s why I make every one of you become a teacher. Not disciple. You can teach people already, Because you have good vision, you have good experience, you have good power. I don’t make you a “special” disciple. I make you a special teacher. You read too many books, watch too much TV. Sometimes romantic spiritual books, it’s good to whet your appetite, but you have a very special relationship inside.

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