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The Inner Telepathy With a Master, Part 1 of 7, May 16, 2000

2023-06-25
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You know, like the inner understanding, the inner telepathy? I need that kind of person around; one is enough. We have so many, but it’s very difficult to understand each other. Even though you are very enlightened, your mind is still into the habit. A lot of habits, playing games, playing tricks, or thinking too much, using too much head instead of too much heart, and less wisdom even. OK. You are all in Heaven; I don’t blame you. I guess I'm the only one that’s on Earth.

Hi, guys. These are the guys who came the other day? Except me, everybody looks different every time. Are you not going home yet? (Friday.) Friday? (Tomorrow.) Tomorrow. (Friday.) I invite you for some (vegan) cookies. (Oh.) You like that? (Yes.) But every day you have these (vegan) cookies, or not? You still like? (Yes, doesn’t matter.) Doesn’t matter? (They’re beautiful.) Oh, cool. Alright then. Why don’t you pick what you want? OK, like… (Mother’s home [vegan] cookies.) like this, and then you… And the rest, you take care. You guys can also have. It’s OK. I don’t know which one you like. The rest just pick or exchange. Here. You don't have any? Wow, too bad. If you play hard to get, I can’t help you.

So, all of you all checked the tent already, right? Everything OK, huh? (Yes.) (Beautiful tent.) Beautiful, huh? You bought one or you…? (No, I had bought one just before I came over, so…) Oh! You’re clever. (I wish I didn’t now, then I would be able to buy one of Yours.) Oh, you bought a different tent. (Yes.) Oh, OK, OK. I thought you already bought before you came, this kind of tent. Some people already bought. They camped together in one place. You checked it out? Is it good, really? If you have already, you don’t have to buy. Just for alternative. In case we have to camp somewhere... It’s good to have two kinds maybe. If there’s a flat land, no tree, then what they call Mongolian tent is convenient. But in the jungle, like last time, we were in Africa, there were a lot of trees, this is a good place for that kind of tent.

I just want you to eat some (vegan) cookies, that’s it. Everybody have? (Have.) You have the kind that you like? You can exchange, like exchange to the neighbor’s. What is that? Chocolate? Chili? (Not chili, peanut butter inside.) Peanut butter, oh, I never know. Oh, give me one. It’s all gone! If you like that, you take that. (That one is.) If you like it, you take it. (No, it’s OK. I ate a piece already.) I still have some in there. You don’t like this, or you don’t know? (I never tried. I have one in my tent.) No, here, here, here. I’ll just try a little bit. I never eat any of these. Never have a chance. How about that flowery one? Is that good? (Yes, very nice.) (That one’s very nice.) Yeah? Let me have one. (We like it very much.) You do? (Yes.) Cool! Wow! Everything you like, I guess.

Where are the sisters? (They are in the other room.) Ah, they are over there. Have they eaten yet? (Yes, they did.) I thought you all sat together. Oh! It’s so soft like this? (Marshmallow.) Oh, It’s a (vegan) marshmallow. (You got to chomp into it.) (That’s right. Better to bite.) Yeah, I know. Not bad. Here, baby. Sitting there looking like a dog-person. (Like a painting, your painting, different ideals.) (Your painting.) My painting, what? (Different ideals.) Different idea? (Ideals.) (Disciple is not...) Oh, disciple. Oh. Yeah, yeah. One looked at the Moon, and the other looked at the grass. (A reflection.) Not bad. (Good.) I’m glad that you didn’t feel offended by that picture. Oh, woah! Very rich. Whoever gets it. What? (Like, woof woof.) (Like a dog[-person].) Woof! Not bad! (Thank You for spoiling us, Master.) (Yes.) I’m sorry I didn’t spoil you more. (No, it’s more than enough.) You came from so far away. All fell in love with one person – strange, very strange. (Hard not to!) I don’t know why. (And we’re able to share as well, Master.) Yeah, yeah, no jealousy. Oh, that's cool! That is really cool! Husband and wife fall in love with one person. It’s cool! (Perfect.)

All the rest are gone already, huh? They’re gone this morning? (A lot of them.) (Yesterday.) Yeah, but in the morning, they went also a lot, right? (Yes, Master.) Because it’s very far from the airport. So, some people may fly in the afternoon, but they take them altogether. I wanted to let you Westerners have a little bit more time with me. It’s just sometimes, it's not possible. Sometimes my body also doesn’t listen to me. Pressure and all that, and time. Time! Time is the element that we don't need here. Time and space. Those are the elements that we don't need anywhere. But unfortunately, we have a lot here. A lot of time problems and space problems. Well, maybe it’s their fault. Why did they go home so early, right? (Yes.) Maybe work. Work pressure. It’s already a very long vacation, very long. (Not long enough.) I know.

This time I feel it’s very long. You don't feel it’s long? (No.) (My knees feel it’s long.) Your knees feel it’s long. You have long legs, that’s why. You can buy those chairs, but it’s trouble to buy so many things. (I fall asleep.) Fall asleep in the chair? Oh. (Keep the stick in front of your face.) And just lay down, the sticks. The noble invention of the happy yogi. Of the unhappy yogi. (You never run out of spikes.) Or sit next to the pole. We have many poles everywhere. The tents, at least small poles, you sit next to it. (Complete with face padding too.) That’s why we sit so near each other, so in case, if you bump into him, both of you are awakened. Convenient. One person awakened, maybe a chain effect even – the front row. The last one… Domino effect. The last one drops his head on the front shoulder and the one in the front falls, and that front one falls in the front, then domino effect. The whole hall is awakened. That’s cool.

(How are You feeling, Master?) Oh! I’m OK. I’m just mad now and again, but I’m OK. I’m mad because I can’t find somebody who understands me without having to speak, without having me to explain. It seems like most people just do things at the wrong time. You know, like the inner understanding, the inner telepathy? I need that kind of person around; one is enough. We have so many, but it’s very difficult to understand each other. Even though you are very enlightened, your mind is still into the habit. A lot of habits, playing games, playing tricks, or thinking too much, using too much head instead of too much heart, and less wisdom even. OK. You are all in Heaven; I don’t blame you. I guess I'm the only one that’s on Earth. (Yes.) When you're in Heaven, you’re oblivious to anything; you don’t know anything. You don’t think of anything. You don't care about anything. And when I have to do those mundane work, I need a mundane person who understands with the Heavenly telepathy.

Every time I call in the office to find somebody, it's so difficult. All speak Greek. It sounds Greek to me. And then they don’t understand me, I don't understand them, and then they just cut me off, (Wow.) instead of trying to find some English person, find out what’s wrong. They just cut me off any time because they don't understand me. It’s all Koreans down there. And I’m surprised – so many Koreans, they should find some English-speaking. And it’s very easy, I don’t speak a lot. I just said, “I want Tong. I want to speak to Tong.” That’s it. And she still didn’t understand, and I said, “Tong.” That’s it; just one word. Everybody knows Tong. Everybody should know. But either they didn’t understand or they pretended not to understand, and they spoke Korean to me, and then cut me off. And I wasted a lot of energy and time, and good mood to invest on these things.

I’m just very tired of this stuff. And the walkie-talkie they gave me never works. Maybe I can hear somebody say, “Hallo!” and then that’s it. That’s it, for the rest of the conversation. And then, finally, I say, “Over!” I can’t talk anything; wastes a lot of time and energy. And when you are here, I am extremely busy. It doesn’t look like it. I’m busy because I have to go there and sit with you. Not that I am doing anything; it’s time. I need to come back, and I wash and refresh, and then maybe have a bite or two, or take medicine, if that bite is bad. If the bite is bad, you have to take another bite of something else. It’s sometimes very, very frustrating and energy-straining. Otherwise, I’m really cool! I’m fine, I’m very healthy, in very good mood, I’m happy all the time. That is if I’m alone. If I don’t have to do any work, I’m happy. If I don’t have to go through some computer work, then I’m fine, because most of the computers are kaput. And all the instruments here are Korean. I have no idea about the air-con, the heat and cold here. So, I just don’t care. If it's hot, I go out here. If it’s cold, I go in there, even at midnight or whatever. That’s how I cool myself. Or I compete for the tent. Send the attendant somewhere else, and get the tent for myself. Switch. My turn, your turn, whatever.

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