Just let the hardworking immigrants come in, to help develop the country, to strengthen the workforce, and to boost the economy of the country. That would be a very, very wise policy.
(Master, this is so amazing. We originally had thought that none of us could go past the Fifth Level. So now that this is even near Ihôs Kư, above the 11th, how is this possible? Do we have to go through some sort of cleansing process?)
Yeah, of course. At the Fifth Level, we will take care of all that, so that you can go up, OK? (Wow, thank You, Master.) How long, how much cleansing, depends on how you live your life in this physical dimension. The worthy ones, the really selfless, and sacrificial spirits go very fast, like my sister. It takes even within one week plus, from the Fourth, and then the Fifth and then up over there. OK? (Yes, Master.)
(Master, how do we get so lucky, out of all the souls, all the beings here? We just wonder, why are we so lucky to be there?)
Your Master is strong! (OK, thank You.) Originally, because most of the people that are initiated into the Quan Yin Method, they’re too heavy, I even thought maybe Fifth Level would be the most already. Understand? (Yes, understand, Master.) Too heavy, too heavy. But now I have found the way, so even the heavy ones, if they’re sincere and practice well, I still can bring them up. (Wow!) I’m also very happy about this new development. (Thank You, Master.) Even my parents, it takes many years until they can go up to the New Land recently. (Wow!)
(Master, is it possible to describe, a little bit, this New Land, with physical words?)
Oh, no! Oh, no, I cannot! OK, the closest you could understand, maybe if you read the sutra called Amitabha Sutra. (Yes, Master.) Yeah, it describes the place that Amitabha Buddha created for His followers and believers. But that is not beyond the Fifth (Level), OK? (Understand, Master.) It is between the Forth and the Fifth. So, the people who don’t really have a lot of merit, or don’t meditate at all, don’t know anything else, they can just be rescued by Him. If they believe in Him, and recite His name. That is according to Shakyamuni Buddha. OK? (Yes, Master.) And it can be so, yes! And they will also be liberated, even though they’re not at the Fifth Level or not beyond the Fifth. That’s good, very good already. (Yes, Master.) The soul is liberated, never suffers again, never have to bear the pain of birth, old age, sickness and death.
Even you think being born is a lucky event, no no, the baby suffers a lot. (Yes, Master.) Even scientifically speaking, they know the baby comes out, the skin at that moment is no longer protected by the mother’s womb’s liquid inside. He was swimming inside, and protected, for nine months plus. And he suddenly comes out and all the radicals, outside in the air attack him, attack the body of the baby and it’s very painful, like needles pinching him or her. It’s very painful to be born. First of all, he has to squeeze through the cervix, right? Cervix, do you know where they have to come out? (Yes, Master.) From the mother’s womb, is very painful already. Squeezing the body like pliers. They’re plying your body, and comes out, and then all the radicals, and the bacteria stuff in the air, they attack him.
So, if the baby is breast fed by the mother, then he or she will continue to have more protection, because that’s the element that he’s used to, since he’s inside his mother. The connection, the immune system from the mother, through her milk. The babies who are breast fed have more protection than the babies who are fed by, for example, cow’s milk, or other milk. But nowadays, I think they say they have made some milk, which very much resembles the qualities of a mother’s milk. That’s what I read. That’s what I saw somewhere, they advertised on TV in Europe, when I was in Europe. So, maybe the babies nowadays are more protected, and the infant mortality is less, lower, much reduced, compared to long time ago. (Yes, Master.) Yeah, compared to many decades or hundreds of years ago. And that’s why our population on the planet is blooming. (Oh, yes.) Yeah, in some countries.
But in some countries, the younger people nowadays, they are too busy with the high tech and new lifestyle, and they say not all of them want to have babies. (Yes, Master.) So, in some countries, there are only older generations, getting older, and the younger generations become dwindled. Not so many babies are born and the new generation kind of dwindled a little bit. And the governments are trying very hard to encourage young couples to have babies (Yes, they do, Master.) by giving them more subsidies and encouraging them, giving them financial support and other incentives, so that they are more encouraged to have children, and that they don’t feel too overburdened financially. Because some young couples, they also have problems with financial situations.
If they’re young, just come out from college, then they have to work to find a job first, and then earn the money. And some have to pay back the student loan, which sometimes takes a very long time. And then they have to rent or buy houses, which are very expensive in some countries. (Yes, Master.) Like for example, in Japan, one of the several, most expensive countries in the world. (Yes.) I can’t remember much, but I think Japan, and then London, Paris, and what else? I forgot. And if you go to Japan, and in Tokyo, for example, you will see houses are small, small. Many houses they make on top of the roof of some building. It’s small, just like a store room. Maybe as big as my cave or a little bigger. (Yes.)
And most of the Japanese young couples, they cannot afford to buy any house. (Right.) Because it’s very expensive. (Yes.) And even if they can, then the house is very small. They have to really make do of whatever space they have. Like the staircase, they use it for whatever, maybe shoes, or maybe books or maybe other items. (Yes.) And the room they have, that is used for living room, there are sofas, but then in the night time they put tatami to sleep. (Yes, Master.) So one room can be used for many things. Can make do for many uses. It’s not like, some like Western countries or America, you have a living room separately and then you have a kitchen and then you have your library room or maybe working room, office. Stuff like that.
In Japan, not everyone can afford like that, unless the exceptionally rich. Most people, they just have small houses. And the room is used for different purposes. So actually, if you complain about your office, about your caves, your special villa, bungalow cave, you think twice, OK? (Yes, Master.) Think Japan, all right? (OK, Master.) But you see the Japanese, they are very developed, even though they have a small area. Or maybe that is the secret. You don’t have to run around all day to look for your things or walking from one room to another just to find your stuff. (Yes, Master.)
When I first came out to... Not really “first” first, but the first years of my mission, wherever I go, people, due to respect and love, they gave me the hotel room with the presidential suite. So long, and I always complained. I said, “Please don’t ever do this again!” after several times’ walking. It’s a very long, long room. It’s like a house but long, long, and you walk like maybe at least 50 meters to go to your bedroom and then another 10 meters to the bathroom and living room, and conference room. Oh, I had enough of that before.
(Master, You were talking about Japan. They’re hoping that robots will be enough developed, so they will take care of elders now, since they’re having such a problem with the younger generation not having enough children. And then they’re accepting more foreign workers now, too.) Good, they should do that. Every country should do that anyway, because according to research, we know on our Supreme Master TV, the motivated migrants are contributing a lot for any country, because they are motivated to work. (Yes.) They do anything; they really work hard to earn money, to take care of themselves and their families. They are motivated. They are not born spoiled. They’re really motived. They’re really desperate to work, so they really work hard, conscientiously, and they really want to do something to earn a living. (Yes, Master.) So, this will be a very good workforce for any country.
Any smart country would take in migrants, and give them citizenship and all that, so their children can also have a good education and then contribute to the country. It’s the same like every citizen, like native citizens. And then after a while, they marry the natives, etc., and then become half native and then full native. Who cares. The whole world is a global village anyway. (Yes.) The whole world is a home. There are different rooms, the German rooms, the England rooms, the Japanese rooms. Who cares what room. It all belongs to humanity. So, if they change rooms and make it better for that room, then it should be a very, very fortunate thing. (Yes, Master.)
I’m glad that Japan will do that. I’m glad. Bravo. Congratulations. (Yes.) Not just Japan, but I think every other country should follow suit. Now Canada is accepting more, 300,000 migrants, etc., for example. You see that? (Yes, Master.) Yeah, tell me.
(Usually, astronauts often say that from space, Earth looks like one big room, like there are no borders, no walls, no limits.) No, no, of course. In the beginning, there were no borders, no rooms. Our ancestors roamed around from one continent to the next. Not to talk about one country to the next; there were no countries.
For example, the American continent, there was no one there, only the Native Americans. They lived in tribes together without any trouble, without any borders. They worshipped the land, they made use of whatever they could from the land and from whatever God had given. And they lived well, until so-called civilization came, and then everything was different. And then, they have borders and then walls and then possessive conflicts and stuff like that. It’s not right. (Yes, Master.) So now, I think we should go back to basics – there should not be any borders. Or at least accept from the other side of the border. If people need to work and we need manpower, they should just accept them. (Yes, Master.)
In the old times, in China, there was one king who had many concubines. Just like every other king in former lives. It’s their duty to have many concubines. It’s not that they even want it. So that they can have many princes and princesses, understand what I’m saying? (Yes, Master.) And then these princes and princesses can become governors of their country, so that they become like in the family, so everything will operate more smoothly. (Yes, Master.) Number one. Or number two, they can be married into the neighboring country to form a strong alliance. So, they were very, very wise, the Chinese people, that’s why they became so big. China’s surface is as big as Europe, the whole of Europe together. And it could have been bigger even, before, or it was smaller and then became bigger, for example like that. It’s because of the wise ruling. (Wow.) The king had many concubines, and he had three main queens, perhaps. But he still had a lot of concubines, and they all were entitled to bear children for the king. And they all would become princes and princesses.
And go back to the story: In the old times, there was a king who could not have children, even though he had queens and many concubines, he did not have any children. So, what did they do? Once in a while, they opened a party inside the palace, and then they let the strong, handsome boys from outside the palace, the citizens, secretly smuggled them in to have relationships with those concubines, the queens and all that. (Yes, Master.) And then all the children who were born from there became princes and princesses. (Wow. I see.) And then they still had the same system, as if it’s from the king. (I see.) Nobody needed to know. It was all like that. And then, so many princes and princesses they had, of course, and they ruled the kingdom just like every other king. Using the offspring to marry off to other neighboring countries, to form a strong, powerful alliance to help each other. Isn’t that wise? (Yes, Master.)
Not to talk about just to let the immigrants come in to work even. Don’t even have to share the wife or concubines even. Just let the hardworking immigrants come in, to help develop the country, to strengthen the workforce, and to boost the economy of the country. That would be a very, very wise policy. (Yes, Master.) (Also in Italy, they had the problem of villages. They saw their people going to the big cities, so the small villages were kind of dying. But with the immigrants, they came with their children, so they settled in the small villages with their children. So, their schools can stay open and the bakeries can stay open and the little shops can stay open. So, the villages can still live now and can grow and grow and grow.) Wow, that’s a very wise governance! Very wise. Oh, I like that.
That’s very good, because the workers, they will grow things to eat for themselves. They are happy to have land, to have a house, and they can develop, they can open their own shops and everything, and the tourists will be attracted also, to come and have a look. (Yes.) Like special villages, like Iranian villages or Iraqi villages, or mixed migrant villages. There should be some attraction there for the tourists as well, not just the workforce, you see? (Yes, Master.) And the produce they grow from this earnest labor of love and diligence will even produce a very, very good agriculture, nutritious food for the whole country, and even export. Oh my God, there’s no end to economy boosts from the migrants. (Yes, Master.)
I don’t mind to immigrate to Italy if they gave me a small house in the village. Have a piece of land and we go there safely, and we can work for us, and grow our own stuff, and contribute to the country. Wow, my God, the countries are getting better and better, my God. Thank you for telling me all this. Whatever good news like this, we have to expose it to all the public, and the whole world. (Yes, Master.) We have the means to do that, and that’s what Supreme Master Television is all about. (Yes, Master.) To let people see excellent examples, excellent governments, excellent people. All this is really very inspiring, exciting, and encouraging; for me also. Whenever I’m working on any shows or checking the scripts for you, with these exciting news, I’m so happy, happy, for the world. I hope you feel the same. (Yes, we do, Master.)
Do you have time to even watch TV or you just do your show and don’t have time? (We don’t really have time to watch shows, Master.) You must, OK? (Yes, Master.) Save some time. At least watch the Noteworthy News, OK? (OK, Master.) It doesn’t take long, OK? (Yes, Master.) Also, it’s good for you to know what you are doing, OK? (Yes, Master.) It’s good for you to know how much you contribute to the world. It’s also like a salary, you understand what I’m saying? (Yes, Master.) Yeah, it’s better than a salary; better than a salary for you.
You don’t care about money, do you? (No.) Because if you do, you wouldn’t have come to work together in such a small area in the forest like that, and have just pocket money every month. But you are good; you have a place to stay, to protect yourself from the elements. You have anything you want at your fingertips, no? You just write and it comes to you. (Yes. Thank You, Master. We are very blessed, Master.) And if you are not well, you go to see a doctor nearby or the doctor comes to you, even. (Yes.) And it’s all free of charge, because Master takes care of everything, like usual. Like everything else, they always say “Master takes care of everything,” oh my God. (Thank You, Master.) You’re welcome.