(Master Jun Hong Lu’s call-in radio program)
MAKING A GREAT VOW TO HONOUR THE MASTER AND REVERE HIS TEACHINGS CAN HELP REDUCE THE NUMBER OF LITTLE HOUSES REQUIRED
Caller: A Buddhist practitioner dreamt that he was penalised over USD1,000 for speeding. He thought it could be the number of Little Houses required. Before he could make a vow of the Little House recitation, he had another similar dream but this time was a speeding ticket of USD2,250. May I ask if these dreams imply the number of Little Houses required?
Master Jun Hong Lu: No, it means he has not recited enough Little Houses. When the recitation of Little Houses is insufficient time and again, the number will keep increasing.
Caller: Got it. During the New Year period, the same Buddhist practitioner was in Sydney. When Master led the prayers during the First Incense offering on 1 January, this Buddhist practitioner made the vow to honour Master and revere Master’s teachings. That very night, he dreamt that he would need to submit additional documents and pay USD818 for his visa application for attending Master’s Public Talk. Has the making of this great vow helped to reduce the number of Little Houses required from 2,500 to 818 accordingly?
Master Jun Hong Lu: It is likely so. When one vows to honour one’s master and revere his teachings, one will receive enormous blessings, which will in turn help them eliminate a lot of karmic obstacles.
Caller: Yes, we heard a lot about it in recent discourses and many Buddhist practitioners have also made this great vow thereafter.
Master Jun Hong Lu: It’s really awesome! In fact, this vow is a must as it is considered a great vow yet it is easily accomplished.
Caller: Yes, indeed, thank you Master!< About the Little House