Wenda20170903A 10:21
(Master Jun Hong Lu’s call-in radio program)

 

IT IS BEST NOT TO UNDERGO SURGERY WHEN THERE IS PREDETERMINED CALAMITY; HOW TO RESTORE OUR VIGOUR AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE?

Caller:

Master Lu, we are well aware that the ages that end with three, six and nine are associated with predetermined calamities. It is best to perform more prostrations and recitations in order to neutralise its effect.  Beside these, is it true that we should avoid undergoing surgery as well?

Master Jun Hong Lu:

Given a choice, it is best to avoid surgery; only do so if you are left with no other option.  A human body is like a watch.  If we open the cover of the watch once too often, we may damage the vital parts of the watch.   Those who undergo surgeries frequently will impair their vigour.  There was an elderly man, who claimed to have undergone multiple surgeries, and eventually passed away.  This is because he had lost all his vigour.

Caller:

For those who had undergone surgery, what is the fastest way to restore their vigour?

Master Jun Hong Lu:

Firstly, we should talk less and perform more recitations to seek the blessings of Bodhisattva.  Next, we should not lose our temper.  Anger will lead to internal dissipation of energy.  For example, external dissipation of energy occurs when we engage in physical activities with displeasure; however, if we are emotionally upset, energy will be dissipated from within us.

Caller:

I understand now.