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Karma Is Something Tangible: Master's Hurdles to Seeing Disciples, Part 2 of 3

2024-02-22
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I really want you to have a good time. […] I want you to enjoy the See (lake) a little bit around here. Not just sit here. Because you also work every day. I like to be near the See (lake) so that you can enjoy a little swimming. It got so hot. My God. You know, other places in Europe have thunder, Regen (rain), rain, Blitze (lightning), dark sky, airport closed. And here you’re sitting and sweating. Sweating from outside already. I was sitting in a taxi coming here and she had no aircon. […] She said, “We don’t need it here. We’re in Austria.” […]

Working, yeah? OK, it’s like this. OK? No, not OK? Hallo? (Turn it on, Master. Turn on.) No. No need. (That one’s OK.) Oh, two… I wish I had two airplanes yesterday instead. You know? Jump from one to another. Maybe we have to open an airplane company. If one’s kaput, we go on the other, otherwise, oh, it’s too much. This is very hot for summer. Oh, you know, what? It’s like this. It’s too hot. Noon time, you go do what you want, or is noon time good to meditate? (Yes.) Is it good? (Yes.) It’s cooler, right? Are there no coolers? Oh, there’s only one. Two. Not enough? (Three.) Three. Still hot? It’s you! You are hot! You are hot property! Did you take the…? (Yes.) At least, OK. But it’s hot outside, also! (It’s better.) So better keep it on.

OK. I’m telling you what. Why so small (low audio)? Can you make it bigger (louder)? I’m tired, man, two days traveling on foot. This one, you cannot make it bigger? (It’s a bit troublesome that one, I don’t know why.) No, turn on over there, no? (It doesn’t work. I don’t know why it doesn’t work.) So what now? (I’m just going to turn that one on there.) Hallo? Yes. There. That’s what I’m talking about. It’s like this. English? Or German? (English.) OK. You have translation? (Yes, Master.) Wonderful!

It’s like this. I have paid for the next Strand, the beach nearby. It doesn’t look like a beach, but they call it a beach, of course, because it’s next to water. Then you can go there and swim, (Oh, wow!) but normally this hotel only has about twenty, forty, sixty people. So, maybe you take turns. If you go there, you say you’re from this hotel, and you can go there and swim. We don’t have our own beach yet.

Actually, I wanted to buy the hotel in front of you. You see the blue one? That’s next to the… this beautiful… next to the lake. And you can swim whenever you want, but they don’t sell it. And any other hotels, they won’t sell. You know, the one next to the water? It’s difficult to buy. So just stick with this. And if you feel like going swimming, then maybe we arrange some time, like, today a group of twenty go at two o’clock, the other group – five o’clock. Go all day. Take turns. You arrange with each other. Who wants to go in the morning, who wants to go at noon. You’re free. And afternoon, when it’s a little bit cooler, go spazieren (stroll). Look a little bit around. And get to know the vicinity. Just walk around. Don’t try to tell everybody at one time. Two hundred people saying, “We’re all from this hotel.” (Yes.) The quieter the better. Understand me? (Yes, Master.)

I have so many problems over the years. It’s not like I control you. No, I don’t control you. I really want you to have a good time. It’s just the police, the bureaucrat, the local government, the neighbor! And the other tourists! The other tourists. Everybody. And we’re just a “weird” group. You must know it. Don’t do anything, don’t go anywhere, don’t even go spazieren (stroll). Don’t even go walking anywhere. Just sit, eat, sit, and eat again, and sit again. What kind of people? What kind of tourists are these? So of course, no wonder. They will feel like, “Oh, they must be aliens.” Extraterrestrials. So you do it quietly. Maybe you take turns. But go quickly.

I want you to enjoy the See (lake) a little bit around here. Not just sit here. Because you also work every day. I like to be near the See (lake) so that you can enjoy a little swimming. It got so hot. My God. You know, other places in Europe have thunder, Regen (rain), rain, Blitze (lightning), dark sky, airport closed. And here you’re sitting and sweating. Sweating from outside already. I was sitting in a taxi coming here and she had no aircon. I was sweating. I was cold, I wore a jacket, but when I sat in her taxi, and began to get out, stepping onto this land, I felt hot, sweating already, and she had no aircon. She said, “We don’t need it here. We’re in Austria.” What kind? It’s so hot.

But this See (lake) is the hottest See (lake) in the whole of Austria. When it’s proper, it’s 28 degrees (Celsius) and the water is drinking quality. (Wow.) Yeah. The best See (lake) in Austria. Well, I want to think it’s the best because it’s ours. Actually you don’t own it. Don’t dream about it, nobody owns the See (lake). The lake, they call it “See” here. See. S-E-E. It means lake. Because they don’t have a sea, so they dream about it – anything they call it See, See, See. They don’t have ocean. So they love to call everything “See.” Small See, big See, small See. There’s another small See (lake) next door. About one-third of the size of this lake.

And there’s another See (lake), bigger, Wörthersee, it’s very famous. They even made a film on it, but we don’t go there. It’s too far anyway. It’s too far. About 10-15 minutes. It’s not that far but we’re here. We have the See (lake) next door. You just cross the street behind here, behind you. But don’t get into that blue hotel, it has a private owner. I wanted to buy it, but they don’t sell it. Just keep going left. I have to even show you, if I remember. It’s not far, it’s about like three minutes’ walk from here. You walk through, there’s a blocked gate and then walk a little bit further and then go down. Anybody know about it? You know about it? (Yes.) How? (I have been swimming this morning.) I know, but how do you know about there? (I just walked around.) But you can’t just swim everywhere, they’re private-owned property. (It didn’t look private.) OK. (It looked like public.) Maybe, but people own it. Sometimes they don’t ask you, but there’s nothing public around here. I’m sorry.

Here, hot property, waterfront, not public. Everything’s owned by somebody. So I have arranged it with one of the owners of the beach, so that the people here can go there and swim. I pay, yearly. We already do that. But not many people at the same time. Their land is not that big. If you go all together outside, the whole See (lake) is full. Nobody else can come. Not to talk about that small private beach that I don’t even own; I only share. But that is only the arrangement from... I took it from before. Mostly this hotel, the fullest would be a hundred, 60 people, because it’s 20 rooms only. At the normal hotel, they don’t overbook like us like this. So, if everybody goes out, with 60 people maximum, and they go there if they say from this pension, then it’s OK. Because we pay for it. Well, I hope they still continue paying, but that’s what I arranged. Anyway, I have to ask a little bit more carefully. But if you see the See (lake) then just jump in. If somebody scolds you, OK, you jump out. You’re already in. At least you’re wet already. So, what’s the point?

Actually, everything is owned by some people. Of course, they don’t have a gate and lock and all that but it’s owned. I’m sorry. Everything good in this world is like that. Owned by somebody. I just want to... I have to talk about it. Maybe we don’t go swimming there yet. But I’m thinking it’s too hot for you, noontime. Maybe you take turns to go and walk around and go swimming. Did you take swim bathers with you? Nobody told you? (No.) They did? (No.) No, then borrow each other’s. Cut your T-shirt and make a triangle like… One triangle downstairs, one triangle upstairs – you’re singing. That’s all we need. What else you need? Or go full-length like that. People will laugh at us. But don’t try to lie too long on their chairs.

There is a hotel, it’s also free for people to go there. But don’t just go there and swim, lie on their chairs and then walk out. If you go there and swim in their See (lake) and lie on their chairs, walk on their grounds, then drink something. Understand? (Yes.) Well, they probably wouldn’t say anything, but if many people all walk in there, swim in their private beach and lie on their private chairs, if they even have enough, that many, and then all walk out together, then it would look very beautifully weird. No? They would never want to see you again. They might install a bodyguard at the gate. It’s very nice, that hotel. I wish we could buy that one. That would be enough for everybody to swim every day and have a lot of room. But I don’t know why… We have luck in Heaven, but we do not have much luck on Earth. Everywhere we go, we are squeezing. And the good hotels, they don’t sell.

Another good hotel, there is another one bigger than this, and it has bigger rooms and all that, but it’s too far from the See (lake). You can only see with the…. They don’t even have a lake like this. There is a small pond-like and you use binoculars to look at it only. But it’s very, very spacious, cheaper than this one. That’s… you see, something this, something that. And also, the toilet is not a communal toilet (sewer). Probably with so many people like this, I have to call the truck every day. Maybe every hour to go pump it out. Because it’s like a septic tank system. They don’t have a communal system over there yet. They will have it in five years. If we are still here, maybe, we’ll consider buying that. Maybe that’s why it’s cheaper, but it has bigger rooms, big rooms. Well, see, you can’t have everything. I wanted near the See (lake), as near as possible. And I don’t know if we’ll like it or not, so… Do you like it? (Yes.) Why? (It’s beautiful here.) What? (It’s beautiful here.) It’s yours. It’s yours. It’s ours. Private. Privately owned. It’s so far. My God. After four trains, many taxis and many planes, I’m feeling this place is like another world, another planet – so far away.

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