(Master Jun Hong Lu’s Call-In Radio Program)
IT IS BEST NOT TO UNDERGO SURGERY DURING A PERIOD IT HAS BEEN PREDETERMINED THAT YOU WILL EXPERIENCE MISFORTUNE. HOW DO WE RESTORE OUR STRENGTH AS QUICKLY AS POSSIBLE?
Caller: Master Lu, we understand ages ending in three, six or nine are all associated with predetermined misfortune. It is best to perform an increased number of prostrations and recitations to neutralise its effects. In addition, is it also true that we should avoid undergoing surgery?
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 its vital parts. Those who undergo frequent surgeries impair their strength. There once was an elderly man, who claimed to have undergone multiple surgeries, and as a result he passed away. This is because he had lost all his strength and vigour.
Caller: For those who have undergone surgery, what is the fastest way to restore their strength?
Master Jun Hong Lu: First, we should talk less and perform more recitations to seek the blessings of Bodhisattva. Next, we should not lose our temper. Anger leads to an internal dissipation of energy. For example, external dissipation of energy occurs when we engage in physical activities while in a discontented state of mind. However, when we are upset on an emotion level, energy dissipates from within.
Caller: I understand now.< About Health