My mother (an initiate) died on July 20, 2022, at the age of 80. A few days before she passed, my mother said in sign language that she had been picked up by Master and two ancestors. After death, the custom of Hindus in Bali is to do a ritual (using a psychic intermediary to ask the spirit of the dead). When the family asked who had picked her up when she died, my mother’s spirit replied through the psychic intermediary that she was picked up by Master in a very beautiful flower garden by using the Winged Carriage, and some of the ancestors who came to pick her up were also taken in the Carriage. I am very grateful that during my mother’s life, she diligently meditated 2.5 hours every day and that non-initiate families also had the opportunity to know about this revelation! Thank You, Master. You have shown us what You have promised us. May this experience make Your disciples practice more diligently. Budiwati from Bali, Indonesia
Filial Budiwati, We are touched by your heartline and offer condolences on your loss. Though your mother has left our world, it is wonderful that she is now in Heaven, and that your family received confirmation of it through the intermediary. May we all commit to ever more diligent practice of the precious Quan Yin Method. Wishing you and fragrant Indonesia to be forever under God’s watchful Gaze, Supreme Master TV team
P.S. Master has a reply for you: “Appreciative Budiwati, it is always comforting to know that our loved ones have peacefully moved on to a Heavenly abode. Your mother’s sincerity and dedication to spiritual practice brought her to Heaven, and through initiation, she was able to bring along her ancestors. Let us all meditate well and pray for World Vegan so that lasting world peace will come. May you and the serene Indonesians always be protected, in God’s all-encompassing Light.
“The Eid al-Fitr festivities marking the end of Ramadan present the perfect opportunity to put this philosophy of non-violence into practice by choosing to celebrate with vegan food, sparing countless animals extreme suffering and a painful death.” ~ Mimi Bekhechi (vegan)