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(Master Jun Hong Lu’s call-in radio program)

 

THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN EIGHTY-EIGHT BUDDHAS GREAT REPENTANCE (LIFO) AND LITTLE HOUSE IN ELIMINATING NEGATIVE KARMA

Caller:

Both LIFO and Little House are able to eliminate negative karma. Is there any difference between these two methods?

Master Jun Hong Lu:

Little House is more powerful.  Lumps of karmic obstacles resulted from the accumulation of deeds that lack moral sense in the past lives, and major karmic obstacles require the recitation of Little House.

Then, what about LIFO?  For example, you have just said something wrong, you may recite this Mantra once; or you have just had a passing evil thought that you eventually did not act upon, in that case, you will need to recite this Mantra several times; or it could be you just did something wrong, but felt that it is not serious and it had not accumulated into a lump of karmic obstacles.  In these cases, you would have to quickly take the opportunity to eliminate it through the recitation of the said Mantra. LIFO, in essence, is to repent and to eradicate some of the negative things that you have done.

What about Little House?  It is able to gradually help you to eradicate those misdeeds of past lives and when you were young, which are more serious in nature.  This is how it works.

Caller:

That means LIFO is used to eradicate less serious karmic obstacles; whereas, Little House is to resolve deep-seated karmic obstacles.

Master Jun Hong Lu:

That’s right.  However, should you wish to eradicate deep-seated karmic obstacles, it is essential to first recite LIFO, as LIFO is to profess your repentance, subsequently you may recite Little House.