Monday, June 26, 2017

View One’s Teacher as a Buddha



          Tonight, Xi Le Lama and Woesl Lama of the Karma Kagyud lineage joined us for our group prayer. They are participating in a local  Kagyu Monlam during this period and took this opportunity to pay a visit to Acho Rinpoche too. They recited “The Eight Auspicious Stanzas”, Guru Rinpoche’s and Medicine Buddha’s heart mantras etc., and dedicated their merits to all sentient beings. Xi Le Lama told us that Guru Rinpoche’s heart mantra has the greatest power of blessing, as it could mitigate the natural disasters caused by the elements of earth, water, fire and wind, whereas Medicine Buddha’s heart mantra could cure sicknesses. He also explained that we should always dedicate our merits of cultivation to our relatives and friends, as well as all sentient beings in the Six Realms of Existence. If we fail to dedicate our merits in this way, they could be destroyed by the hatred arose in us at a later stage.
          Later, Acho Rinpoche shared with us his future travelling plans including a trip to Kuala Lumpur of Malaysia in August this year for him to co-host an Amitabha Buddha Smoke Puja with H.E Konde Rinpoche, a trip to Nepal in December to celebrate the enthronement ceremony of Princess Roshana’s son who has recently been recognized by H. H. Dodrupchen as a reincarnated master, a visit to India next year to inaugurate the opening ceremony of Acho Rinpoche Retreat Center, a visit to Jambi of Indonesia where Atisha met his teacher etc. Next, Acho Rinpoche invited Dharma Sister Yue from France to share her recent amazing experience related to her practice, over the Internet.
          Yue said, “I consulted Acho Rinpoche on last Thursday on how I could manage my negative emotions quickly. Soon affter receiving the teachings from him, in less than 20 minutes later, I suddenly saw rainbows appearing above my legs – more than ten rainbows in total, which were very clear and beautiful! But they disappeared within the next 20 seconds. My husband saw it and told me that “Buddha Master is with you and giving you his blessing now!” From that night onwards, I started having dreams of Buddha Master and the numerous deities who appeared to be giving their teachings in an assembly, to a large audience of students. Initially, I saw Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara, Amitabha Buddha, Medicine Buddha and many other Mahabodhisattvas whom I had no idea what their Buddha titles were. They were draped in different attires. I tried looking for Buddha Master and finally found him sitting right in the center of all the deities. As I was sitting in the right most of the front row, I was unable to spot him quickly. When I finally found where he was sitting, I felt really excited and kept chanting his title. I saw a very huge rainbow appearing right behind his back - broad, clear and beautiful! I noticed that the rest of the deities had similar rainbows behind their backs too – vertical rainbow pillars rising high into the sky! I could not quite hear their teachings because I was too excited chanting his title. I had never had an experience like this – repeating the same dream for four consecutive nights. The dream finally ceased after I shared it with the rest through WeChat. I am most grateful to Buddha Master and the deities for their wonderful blessing. My homage to the Sun Moon Lamp Buddha!”
          Acho Rinpoche praised Yue for truly viewing her teacher as a Buddha, which is, in fact, the highest teaching of the Vajrayana. When a student views his teacher as a Buddha, he will receive the blessing of a Buddha. When a student views his teacher as a pile of shit, he will get himself into a pile of shit too. This is true. In fact, the highest teaching transmitted by Guru Rinpoche, a patriarch of Vajrayana, is “Revere the Guru, Cherish the Teachings, Internalize the Practice”. “Revere the Guru” is of the first priority! However, it is easier said than done. It is, in fact, extremely difficult to internalize this teaching. Hence, there is hardly anyone who could accomplish the practice through revering his teacher as a Buddha.
          He also mentioned a lady whom we met at the Vajra Yogini Cave in Dali of Yunan, China in the past. She revered the 17th Karmapa Urgeyn Trinley very much. She finally went to India to be ordained personally by the 17th Karmapa. Later, she dreamt of Acho Rinpoche advising her to go into a retreat, telling her that he would transmit the teaching of Dzogchen to her after she has completed her retreat. This Ani (nun in Tibetan language) could not understand why Acho Rinpoche would be the one transmitting Dzogchen teachings to her when the 17th Karmapa is the one whom she took refuge in and the one who ordained her. It is indeed a very strange and amazing dream!
          Lastly, Acho Rinpoche ended tonight’s prayer with an overall dedication of merits by reciting the various Buddha titles and dedicated the merits to this world which is experiencing endless pains. Yesterday, a serious land slide happened in Mao County of Sichuan Province, with a complete destruction of a village resulting in very high number of casualties. We wished that the enlightened ones would bless and save the victims of this land slide, and reduce the occurrence of natural and man-made disasters plaguing this world. 
Reported by Sun-Moon KFS on 25-6-2017

Monday, June 12, 2017

The Lost Civilization of Xi Xia Dynasty of China

Preface


         On 27th May 2017, a group of Dzogchen practitioners took a flight to the capital city of Ning Xia of China, Yin Chuan. Our flight transited briefly in Chendu for more than one hour. When I looked out of the window of the airplane, I saw a huge rainbow circle surrounding the sun which kept us company throughout the flight. We arrived in Yin Chuan past midnight, after 1 am. There were 56 of us, including a few of the Chinese members who joined us locally, participating in the same journey to find a lost civilization.
A sun halo kept us company during the first four days, accompanying us on our journey to find the lost civilization. In the next 14 days, there were unusual phenomena occurring in the sky, showing the signs of dragons and protectors of the Dharma following and protecting us during our tour. On the 3rd day, we visited the imperial tombs of the Xi Xia Dynasty and witnessed the aftermaths of disasters caused by nature and mankind in the past one thousand years. Where is the almighty founder, Emperor Lee, of the Xi Xia Dynasty todayEven the grand imperial tombs were not spared from the fate of impermanence, as they had been reduced to merely heaps of sands today. It is indeed very disheartening to see the ruins.
On the 4th day, we visited the Vajrayogini Cave in Wei Wu of Gansu Province. This is the only Vajrayogini Cave which remains in its original form in China. It was excavated during the Xi Xia Dynasty and was once a sacred place of Buddhism. It was documented in Tibetan history that this place is located in a hill that resembled the image of Maitreya Buddha, with a total distance between its head and feet requiring a half-day walking distance. Its head is facing west and its face is facing east. The Vajrayogini Cave and its popular tale of the human Yoginis being born into this world captivated the interest of many high monks and practitioners. There were many precious historical relics found in the Yogini Cave which originated form the Xi Xia Dynasty, making this hill, its cave and temple a rare gem store to Xi Xia researchers worldwide. Unfortunately, our tour guides and drivers had no idea about this cave at all. Our tour bus was too big for the small lanes and we had to abandon our bus and walk on our feet instead. We walked for more than 7km before reaching the cave, which was inaccessible to the public by now as it has been taken over by archeologists appointed by the Chinese government since 2016, to study the historical relics originated from the Xi Xia Dynasty. We did a Vajra Yogini Prayer at the temple enshrining five statues of Vajra Yogini of different colors behind the cave instead. Interestingly, when we were reciting the mantra of Vajra Yogini, we heard a few birds singing along too; we were later told by the care taker of the temple that there were a few red-beaked crows which made this temple their home, and they were the ones which sang along. The care taker of this temple, Zen, shared with us some interesting stories about this sacred place and even led us in circumambulating this sacred hill. He told us that Vajra Yogini stopped him from leaving this place until he has accomplished his mission. We also circumambulated a stupa enshrining the sacred relics of one of the human Vajra Yoginis – the Precious Yogini. This stupa has its origin related to the 6th Dalai Lama.
            On the 6th day, we visited the Jia Yu Gate of the Great Wall. Shao told me that he had a vision of Guan Gong during his morning prayer. Guan Gong was seeking my help to deliver the soul of some spiritual beings who died being accused for crimes that they did not commit; they were being taken care by Guan Gong all this while. We saw a Guan Gong Temple located near the entrance to this gate. As our local tour guide took a long time to brief us on the history of this gate, Guan Gong kept extending his invitation to me until I finally entered his temple to do the soul deliverance. There were many spiritual auras being captured by the cameras after we left the temple.  
            We arrived at Dun Huang at night and went to see a show entitled “Meeting Dun Huang Again”. There was a member in our group whom I had never met in the past until she joined us for this tour. She started crying at the beginning of the show and hugged me tightly. She continued to cry for the rest of the performance. We did a Sakyamuni Prayer in the hotel after the show, and she told us that she actually felt that she belonged to this place more than a thousand year ago. Indeed, one thousand year is only a moment in time.
            On the 7th day, we visited the Dun Huang Grotto, which is one of the greatest grotto arts in ancient China. We came for the 314th Cave which featured Lotus Bodhisattva. The narrator included one more cave which featured the Lotus Sutra upon our request. It was indeed a very eye-opening experience. At this juncture, a sun halo appeared in the sky in our Lion City (Singapore); both places are indeed blessed by the Buddhas.
            On the 9th day, Lan Zhou became very cooling after being washed by heavy rains in two consecutive days. Today was the 10th day of the 5th Chinese Lunar Month, which was also the 10th day of the 4th Tibetan Lunar Month. We visited the Labrang Monastery on this auspicious day. On our way to this Monastery in Xia He, the numerous spiritual beings had obviously lost their patience and came forward to seek my help for soul deliverance while we made a hygiene break at a rest area.
            We visited the Labrang Monastery in Xie He. When we saw buildings of Tibetan design and smelled the fragrance of butter tea, it made me feel at home. Our local narrator was Qiao Mei Lama. He invited us to his personal room after showing us around the monastery, for a friendly chat. We also did a prayer in front of the five stupas enshrining the sacred relics of the past five generations of Jia Mu Yang Rinpoche and felt the great blessing power.
            At night, we did a Guru Rinpoche prayer in the hotel. There were many lamas who were killed by the cruel General Ma Bu Fang more than a century ago, they came forward to seek blessing and soul deliverance. They died a very terrible death indeed, with their heads, waists and legs severed by the armies. On the following day, we returned to Lan Zhou which has just been hit by heavy down pour and hail storms. Our tour guide, Chang, thanked us for bringing rains which are so rare to Lan Zhou; the total rain fall actually amounted to one full year of rain fall measured in Lan Zhou which is located in a very dry area in the north west of China.
            Words cannot fully describe the exceptional phenomena we saw at Mt Sumeru in Gu Yuan of Ning Xia. Initially, a dragon king appeared in the sky. Half the sky was clear blue sky with white clouds and bright sun light. The other half of the sky was covered by dark clouds, with dragon king dancing in the sky, welcoming a group of Dzongchen practitioners who came from a far-away land. During our visit, nectar fell from the sky non-stopped. When we reached the first grotto, a huge rainbow appeared in the sky, between the clear blue sky and the dark clouds. On our way back to the city, a doubled rainbows appeared in the sky this time, which is a very auspicious sign. A dragon-riding Avalokitesvara also appeared next to the rainbow. Chan told us that Lan Zhou was hit by heavy downpour and hail storm yesterday, and Yin Chuan had its turn today. The locals had not seen a hail storm for many years because this is a very dry place in the north west of China which is a sandy highland. I thanked the dragon king for giving rains to this sandy highland in three consecutive days. I had no other words to say but simply felt grateful.  
            On the 11th day, another local tour guide, Guan, who took care of our second tour bus fell sick and needed to be replaced by another person. I gave her blessing after dinner. This morning, Guan came to bid me farewell and told me that she did not need to go to hospital anymore. She slept very well last night and her insomnia which lasted many years was suddenly cured. She kept thanking me and told me that it was just an inconceivable experience to her.
            On the 13th day, we visited the Sha Po Tou in the Teng Ge Lin Dessert. It was touted as one of the Top 10 Fun Places in China. It embodies a vast dessert, Yellow river, mountains and oasis in one location. It was also the filming location for the 2nd and 4th seasons of “Where has my daddy gone?” Today, a sun hallo appeared again. And my right foot has swollen – the sentient beings are indeed suffering in great pain……
            The 14th day was the 15th day of the Tibetan Lunar Month which commemorates the birth, enlightenment and the passing of Sakyamuni Buddha. It was also our last night in Yin Chuan. We would be returning to Singapore tomorrow morning. The entire group went to see the mural arts at Mt. He Lan but I went to a local hospital instead. I took an X-ray picture of my right foot, as advised by the local doctor. He said that there was nothing wrong with my bones; I seemed to have sprained my foot due to too much walking. I just needed to rest and apply a cream prescribed by him. At this time, one of the members sent me a picture showing a rainbow appearing in the sky.  
            The 15-day trip had come to an end. The Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, dragons and protectors of the Dharma appeared daily during the entire trip. I felt deeply touched and felt gratitude for their support. As I could not walk due to my painful swollen foot, I had to be transported using wheelchair or being carried by a member up the airplane. One of the airport crews also helped to carry me down the airplane. I was being helped throughout the flights until I returned to Singapore. I had no other words to say but felt grateful to all the sentient beings for their help.

Acho Rinpoche
12th Jun 2017

Moon Crescent Lake

Jiayu Gate of Great Wall

Group Prayer at night  
Dan Xia Landscape

Vajra Yogini Temple in Wu Wei of Gansu


Sha Po Tou in Teng Ge Lin Dessert

Imperial Tombs of Xi Xia Dynasty

108 Stupas at Qing Tong Gorge of Xi Xia Dynasty
Beautify auras at Jiayu Gate of Great Wall

Sun Halo
Dragon-riding Avalokitesvara

Doubled Rainbows

Friday, May 19, 2017

Exposition of Lotus Sutra by Acho Rinpoche - 3

       Tonight, we did a Guru Rinpoche prayer. After which, Acho Rinpoche continued to expound the Lotus Sutra. Sakyamuni Buddha waited for this final moment in his life to transmit the ultimate teachings to his students, which would truly bring them onto the path to Buddhahood. It was also the time for him to prophesize their final attainment of Buddhahood in the far future, with their Buddha titles foretold.
      A Vietnamese Zen Master, Thich Nhat Hanh, had a very special experience when he recited the Lotus Sutra one day. “At night, when I was reciting the Lotus Sutra, suddenly I heard the sound of recitation resounded in the entire universe, earth seemed to have awaken within the vastness of space, and all kinds of flower blossomed fully! A brilliant jeweled stupa appeared, illuminating the whole universe. As I lifted my head and look upward into the night sky, I saw an oceanic assembly of Bodhisattvas appearing in the space, and I saw the hand of Sakyamuni Buddha within mine…”
In the history of ancient China, another Buddhist master by the name of Master Wisdom (538-597) also had a very special experience while reciting a chapter entitled “King of Medicine” within the Lotus Sutra that read “which is thus considered true diligence, true offering of Dharma to the Buddha.” At that juncture, he entered the Lotus Samadhi and witnessed the very assembly on top of the Vulture Peak, where Sakyamuni Buddha was still expounding the Lotus Sutra, with Sun Moon Lamp Buddha appearing in the same space too. Later, Master Wisdom founded the Tian Tai School which specialized in the propagation of the Lotus Sutra.
Anyone who recites any sentence within the Lotus Sutra, or by merely reciting the title of the sutra, will attain the state of Buddhahood one day! The Japanese Lotus Sect advocates the mere recitation of the title of Lotus Sutra as the main practice. Lotus Sutra is often being studied from two angles: its historical background and the miraculous phenomena such as the oceanic appearance of the enlightened ones, the appearance of the Jewel-rich Buddha Stupa from beneath the earth etc. Acho Rinpoche told us that the appearance of the Sun Moon Lamp Buddha will be accompanied by the Jewel-rich Buddha Stupa without fail due to the deep spiritual connection between the two. Thich Nhat Hanh expounded the Lotus Sutra from the third angle, emphasizing on the importance of “action”. Bodhisattva Despising No One is an exemplary role of “action”, where he would prostrate to everyone whom he met and addressed everyone as a Buddha. Such is the practice free of ego. When he was about to die, he heard the exposition of Lotus Sutra by the Magnificent Voice Buddha in space and immediately attained the ultimate state of liberation with his six sensual organs purified instantaneously. So, viewing everyone as a Buddha is the most expedient path to enlightenment! One who can internalise this teaching will attain the state of Buddhahood in the shortest time.
                Acho Rinpoche also mentioned another enlightened being coming from a different world, Bodhisattva Wonderful Sound, who came from another Buddha Land to our world in order to hear the exposition of Lotus Sutra by Sakyamuni Buddha. At that juncture, a strong light was emitted from the forehead of Sakyamuni Buddha which illuminated all the Buddha Lands within the universe, including the Clear Light Sublime Pure Land where Bodhisattva Wonderful Sound was a resident. The Clear Light Sublime Buddha of that world advised Bodhisattva Wonderful Sound not to look down on Sakyamuni Buddha and his students in our world who were a lot smaller in size and our land which appeared to be uneven and filthy. It is obvious that we are not alone in this universe and the numerous worlds mentioned in the Buddhist doctrines far surpassed what the modern science can verify.
                Finally, Acho Rinpoche advised us to copy the Lotus Sutra, recite it and be mindful about it during our daily activities while eating, walking and working etc. Eventually, we should truly attain the ultimate teachings expounded in the Lotus Sutra.
Homage to the Lotus Sutra! Sadhu! Sadhu!

Reported by Sun-Moon KFS on 5-5-2017 in Singapore

Exposition of Lotus Sutra by Acho Rinpoche - 2


Today is the 8th day of the 4th Lunar Month, which was also the same day when Sakyamuni Buddha was born in this world more than two thousand five hundred years ago. Vajrayana Buddhism placed special emphasis on certain days of the year including the date when a Buddha was born in this world, when sun eclipse or moon eclipse happen etc.; we believe that the merits accumulated from doing the sadhanas on these days will increase by numerous folds, thus expediting our advancement on the spiritual path to enlightenment. A sadhaina performed today is equivalent to numerous rounds of sadhana performed for a long period of time, beyond one’s imagination.

Tonight, Acho Rinpoche mentioned the importance of the Lotus Sutra again. After Sakyamuni Buddha expounded the Innumerable Meanings Sutra (Amitartha Sutra), he entered the Samadhi of Innumerable Meanings. At this juncture, the whole world was illuminated brightly by the luminosity emitted from his body while he was dwelling in the state of profound samadhi.  It was indeed a very astounding and unprecedented experience to the entire assembly of students who observed the amazing situation in awe. Bodhisattva Maitreya could not help but asked Bodhisattva Manjushri, whether the latter had any idea of what was happening? Manjushri told the assembly that he had, in fact, witnessed a similar situation aeons ago when Sun Moon Lamp Buddha was about to expound the Lotus Sutra. True enough! Sakyamuni Buddha rose from this samadhi later and expounded the Lotus Sutra. There were five thousand Arahat students who left the assembly before the exposition began, leaving behind the remaining students who were ready to accept the teachings and receive the prophesy from Sakyamuni Buddha on their enlightenment in future with their Buddha titles clearly predicted.

Acho Rinpoche mentioned that the Vimalakirti Sutra despised the Hinayana practice but the Lotus Sutra mentioned that all three schools of Buddhism (Hinayana, Mahayana and Vajrayana) are actually one and the same – the Buddhayana. Sakyamuni Buddha prophesized that all his Arahat students who practiced the Hinayana would attain Buddhahood in future. Lotus Sutra is the king of all sutras. We should revere and cherish the Lotus Sutra by copying, reading and practising the teachings expounded within.

The Three Realms (Desire, Form and Formless) are but a house on fire. Sakyamuni Buddha transmitted the three schools of teachings for the sole purpose of helping us to escape from danger. Ultimately speaking, there is only one teaching – the Buddhayana. A practitioner must complete the practice of the Six Perfections (offering, discipline, tolerance, diligence, meditation and wisdom), in order to attain the ultimate state of enlightenment - Buddhahood. There is a practitioner by the name of Despising No One being mentioned in the Lotus Sutra, who did not appear to be reciting the sutras, chanting the mantras nor doing meditations in his practice. However, he would prostrate to everyone whom he met and addressed everyone as a Buddha. This is just the practice free of ego which views all sentient beings as the Buddhas. How many of us are capable of doing so? Bodhisattva Despising No One finally attained a state of enlightenment with his six sensual organs fully transformed into a state of purity that they could be used interchangeably. So, the most expedient path of practice is just the practice free of ego.

The ultimate state of enlightenment can only be reached through the actualization of practice, without which there will be no chance! A believer can attain the ultimate state of liberation but a non-believer will continue to be stranded in the Six Realms of Existence. Today, our world is very near the verge of destruction, with possible nuclear war breaking out anytime which could wipe out certain countries from the surface of earth immediately. Acho Rinpoche advised us not to belittle ourselves nor belittle the spiritual power of our practice.  Instead, we should have full faith in the teachings of Sakyamuni Buddha and all the enlightened ones like the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, that when we chant the mantras and visualize the numerous enlightened ones illuminating the Six Realms of Existence with bright lights to free all sentient beings of sufferings, and dedicate the merits of our practice to all sentient beings, it can actually help change the world and save it from destruction.

Sadhu! Sadhu!



Reported by Sun-Moon KFS on 3-5-2017

Tuesday, May 16, 2017

Green Tara Puja & Naga Vase Offering in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia









On 13 May 2017, Acho Rinpoche and Konde Rinpoche jointly presided over a Green Tara Puja and Naga Vase Offering Prayer held at PGMR in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Konde Rinpoche explained the significance of Lamp Offering, Flower Offering and Puja. When one offers lamps during a soul deliverance prayer, the light emitted from the lamps will become so bright that it could hide the weaker light emitted from the Six Realms of Existence, thus leading the deceased towards the luminous path of a rebirth in the Pure Land instead of falling back into the Six Realms of Existence. The offering of flowers signifies tolerance, and it can bring peace to the mind of the deceased. Puja is a huge offering of foods to the deities, whereby the foods would be blessed by the deities and become nectar which can help to eradicate the negative karma and cure the sickness of one who consumed them. He shared with the audience that in the past, there were no doctors in the poor villages of Tibet. So, the villagers would just consume the foods offered in a Puja to cure their own sickness.
        Acho Rinpoche expressed his appreciation to 21 Singaporean students who rose early at 3am this morning, in order to catch a morning flight from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur and take part in this prayer; they clearly demonstrated their commitment to the practice and how much they cherished the Buddhadharma . There was a total of 37 Singaporean taking part in this public prayer, with some of us reaching Kuala Lumpur one day earlier. He also shared with the audience that there were simply too many spiritual beings attending this prayer too, which made him feel drowsy at the beginning of the prayer. But after the prayer started, there were numerous deities descending to the prayer hall and helped deliver the soul of the spiritual beings; by then, his feeling of drowsiness was swiftly swept away.
       Konde Rinpoche told us that the Green Tara practice is a very superior practice because when one finishes reading the Prayer of 21 Taras, he has in fact, finished reading all the sutras. When one makes offering to Green Tara, he has made offering to all the deities. When one chants the heart mantra of Green Tara, he has chanted all the heart mantras of all the deities. In Tibet, Green Tara Puja is part of the morning prayer in all the monasteries.
After lunch, we went to Port Klang and took a boat ride to the sea. We offered the Naga Vases to the sea beings by dropping them into the sea. By this time, a sun halo appeared in the sky. This was an auspicious sign telling us that the prayer was perfect and it had indeed helped the numerous sentient beings tremendously; the deities were greatly delighted by this meritorious act. Next, we went to a new Dzogchen Centre set up along Jalan Ipoh, for an inauguration ceremony. Acho Rinpoche and Konde Rinpoche jointly inaugurated the opening of this centre which was sponsored by one of the local practitioners. The centre will be an important place for the propagation of the Nyingma Dzogchen teachings which had been prophesized by Guru Rinpoche to flourish in this era (when iron bird flies in the sky). After the inauguration ceremony, Konde Rinpoche invited Acho Rinpoche to ascend the throne set up in the prayer hall. Konde Rinpoche prostrated to Acho Rinpoche and presented a few important religious objects to the latter including a mandala, a Buddha statue, a sutra and a stupa. This is a common practice in Vajrayana Buddhism for an abbot to show his utmost reverence to a precious master who graced the occasion. The offering of these religious objects signifies the prayer for the longevity of the precious master, and a request to him to transmit the teachings of the Buddha for the benefit of the sentient beings. Konde Rinpoche told us that the visit of a precious master to a spiritual centre can only happen when the audience has accumulated tremendous merits in their practice.  Acho Rinpoche told the audience that Konde Rinpoche is a great Vajra Master who are very humble in nature. He advised the local students to cherish the presence of Konde Rinpoche and learn from him seriously, and they will certainly accomplish their practice in future.
Acho Rinpoche shared with the audience his personal experience in spiritual cultivation, and his connections with Buddhism, Taoism and Christianity. In the past, he often dreamed of himself wearing monk robes which might mean that he would become an ordained person one day. Finally, he realized that those dreams actually hinted that he would become a Vajra Master one day, while remaining as a layman Buddhist. He has been practising for 40 years by now and he noticed that anyone who came to seek help from him, as long as he agreed to help (without doing anything), the requestor will naturally have his wish fulfilled. Such is the amazing ability of an accomplished spiritual master. Sadhu! Sadhu!

Reported by Sun-Moon KFS from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 13 May 2017