Part Five: The Explanations
“Constantly guard the Six Doors and don’t let the soul pass by.”
The Six Doors are the:
- body, and
Continue reading “78. What is the meaning of “Constantly guard the six doors and don’t let the soul pass by.” in Scriptures? (& Q79 to Q82)”
To “free oneself from shackles” in Buddhist Sutras means to unleash from the shackles of false images and be free from the sufferings of the Three Domains. 22 The only method of “freeing oneself from shackles” that does not dwell on any images is instantaneous enlightenment.
Buddha virtues are based on ceasing doubts and establishing faith, guided by being remote from marks or images, and built on not dwelling one’s heart anywhere. By establishing Buddha virtues, one can free his True Self. To free the True Self means that the True Self is freed from shackles. Continue reading “73. What is “The method of freeing oneself from shackles?” (& Q74 to Q75)”
Since mankind came to Earth in Yin Phase, we all lived through many lives. Through these lives, we have accumulated tremendous debts and sins and caused many catastrophes.
We committed sins and owed debts to others in one life, came back in another life to try to repay, but instead, accumulated even more. Thus we are trapped in the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth.
For those who have received Tien-Tao and sincerely practice Tao, all those whom the practitioners trespassed against are now worried that debts cannot be collected if the practitioners return to God’s kingdom forever. Continue reading “55. Why is it that as the state of practice advances, the practitioner of Tao faces tests of devil in ten folds? (& Q56 to Q59)”
To worship God is to show one’s sincerity. We always pay respect to all who have helped us. God descended Tien-Tao to depict the Truth in Oneness. With this revelation, mankind knows that Oneness is the beginning of everything, and God is the only Lord who created the cosmos.
We named God as Wu-Ji Lao-Mu 4 because God is the Mother of our souls as well as the Origin of our body. Once a man is born, he loses his True Self and forgets where he comes from. As one is lost, he suffers the tragedy of going through the cycle of birth, death, and rebirth in eternity. Since Lao-Mu constantly thinks of us, She descended Tien-Tao to bring salvation to mankind. Continue reading “50. To receive Tien-Tao is good, but won’t worshiping God be superstitious? (& Q51 to Q54)”
The purpose of religion is to teach people:
- the Truth of God,
- to redeem their souls,
- to move the evil so they repent, and
- to correct wicked into good.
All five great religions
(Taoism, Buddhism, Confucianism,
Christianity, and Islam)
are derived from the Truth.
Continue reading “29. What is the explanation for the statement “The five great religions are One?””