Heaven and Earth interact to create all things. Man and woman consummate to give new life. This is the law of nature. Taoism, Buddhism, and Catholicism prohibit sex and acclaim solitude because they pity those who are attached to their spouses and children and cannot practice Tao.
Nowadays, Tien-Tao is available to everyone. It means that practicing Tao should not violate the laws of nature, nor should it violate the Tao of Mankind.* Parents, children, husbands, and wives all live together to practice Tao. Practicing Tao will not conflict with the duties of students, farmers, merchants, or any person. Continue reading “60. Sex exhausts the vitality. Why doesn’t Tien-Tao prohibit sex? (& Q61 to Q62)”
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)”
It is of utmost importance to be a vegetarian after one receives Tien-Tao. The True Self is pure and clean. To retain such purity, one should not allow any contamination.
If the True Self is contaminated, it becomes lost. To restore the True Self to its original brightness, the practitioners of Tao must filter out all impurities.
The impurities consist of the onion family, garlic family, leeks, shallot, and tobaccos among vegetables, and all animals such as poultry, meat, and seafood. Continue reading “41. Should one become a vegetarian after receiving Tien-Tao? (& Q42 to Q46)”