The Quan Yin Method is an Eternal Universal Law

Spoken by Supreme Master Ching Hai, Three-day Retreat, Los Angeles, California, USA, December 17, 1998 (Originally in Aulacese) Videotape #640

The Quan Yin Method is an Eternal Universal Law

It's not that I invented the Quan Yin Method; I just know it. This method has existed since the beginning of time, when the universe was first formed. And it will always exist. It is not a method; it is like the way of the universe, a universal law that we must follow if we want to get back to the Origin, back to our true Self, back to the Kingdom of God or our Buddha nature. Just like a science that's very precise or just like two plus two equals four, one cannot do anything different to achieve it. If one knows that two plus two equals four, then two plus two equals four. No matter how we speak of it, even if we argue, it's still two plus two equals four.

Similarly, in the universe there are some precise laws like that. And whoever knows them is only discovering, not inventing. If we discover them and follow them, the result is very precise.

Of course there are many different ways to do things: There are faster ways, there are slower ways and there are superior methods. The Quan Yin Method is a flawless way, but I discovered it and did not invent it. It belongs to God; it belongs to everyone.

The Quan Yin Method works very fast; all kinds of karma from so many past lives is burned immediately. It's impossible for us not to succeed. It's impossible for anyone who follows the Quan Yin Method not to become a Buddha. It's impossible, as impossible as taking two candies, placing them next to two other candies and saying that they don't make four. That's impossible. Similarly, in practicing the Quan Yin Method, it's impossible not to succeed, not to progress spiritually, not to become enlightened, and that is good.

But there's something strange about this method: You can practice it without believing in it. Just practice; meditate two-and-a-half-hours a day and wisdom will naturally appear. Then we understand things ourselves. We're our own Master. Just practice this method and it will come. It's the same as putting the two candies next to the other two candies; there will always be four. It doesn't matter whether we believe the math teacher or not. Even if he says so, it doesn't matter if we believe him. Just put two candies next to two candies and you will get four!