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 Zhuge Changqing: The Secret of Life's Destiny? All in the Four Sermons of the Wayfarer

   date:2020-09-18 16:26:43     read:37   

Zhuge Changqing: The Secret of Life's Destiny? All in the Four Sermons of the Wayfarer


The Secret of Life's Destiny? In the Four Sermons of the Buddha

   Is life's destiny predetermined? Can it be changed? The answer is: do more good deeds and you will instantly change your destiny. So what is the secret of destiny? It's all in the Four Sermons on the Perfection of Fate! According to Zhuge Changqing, this is a strange book that explains the fate of life and changes it. After reading it, you are bound to be enlightened that fate is like this and fate can be changed ....... Those who do more good deeds will get what they ask for and have good fortune!

                     ----- Zhuge Changqing


  "Destiny" is familiar to everyone. But is there really a master manipulator of destiny?

   The answer is yes - it is "yourself"! You are the master of your destiny, but you are often at the mercy of it!

   After reading this book, may you emerge from the gloom of being destined and become a man who is brave enough to create his own destiny!

   May you read this book and become a person who is brave enough to create your own destiny!


   If you are serious about it, you will be able to "get what you ask for and get what you want", and not be a slave to your fate, but a master of it - a brave person who can really master and manipulate it.

   Although the book is not a Buddhist scripture, it should be respected as such. In the early years of the Republic of China, Master Yin Guang of the Pure Sect was a strong advocate of this book throughout his life. His Hong Hua Society printed and sent over a million copies of this book, so it is clear that Master Yin attached great importance to this book. Not only that, but he also constantly advocated teaching us to study, practise and preach it.

   "Do not do all evils, practice all good deeds, and purify your own mind; this is the Buddhas." This is the Dharma seal of the Buddhas. Buddhism is about principles and reasoning. That is why the sutras have five kinds of people who say that, apart from the Buddha, the rest of the disciples, the celestial, immortal and incarnate beings speak, and as long as it is the same as the tenets of what the Buddha says and does not contradict the principles of the Buddha, the Buddha recognises it as a sutra.

    Let us look at the contents of this book, all of which are about "avoiding all evils, practising all good deeds and purifying oneself", which is equivalent to Buddhist scriptures. It is not only what the Buddha himself says that is called Buddhist scripture. This is what makes Buddhism respectable and worthy of admiration. Therefore anything that is in line with the principles and principles of the Buddha's education, we should look at as a classic. This book, in particular, has been proven by our ancestors and advocated time and again that it is the foundation for our study of Buddhism; not only for Buddhism, but also for people in general to establish their lives in society.

   There is a set of disciplines for creating destiny; it has theories and methods, and these theoretical methods are in this book. This book does not have a lot of weight, but it does hold the platform for this aspect. Therefore, if we want to transform our destiny, create our destiny, and even achieve real success in Buddhism, we must rely on the theories and methods in this book as the basis.

In his recent book "The Essentials of Zen Practice", Old Monk Xuyun mentions four conditions that must be fulfilled in order to practise Buddhism.

   First, a strong belief in cause and effect. One must believe deeply in the truth of karma and retribution and not have the slightest doubt about it.

   Secondly, strict adherence to the precepts. The precepts are a great discipline, and we who are new to the subject need not be ponderous in the study of the law. Zhuge Changqing: Just do more good deeds and do not do evil deeds.

   Thirdly, have faith. We must not be swayed by evil knowledge and opinions. Confidence is very important.

   Four: Decide on the door of practice. Of the 84,000 teachings, we should choose which one to practice and never change it easily once we have decided on the path. Zhuge Changqing recommends that we start with the Four Sermons on the Way of the Buddha. We should start with the Four Sermons on the Way of Life, and make the release of life a priority.

   Only when you have these four conditions can you be considered a true student of Buddhism. Therefore, these four conditions can be said to be indispensable for our future propagation of the Dharma and benefit of life - not only for propagation of the teachings, but also within the sect. All in all, the old monk has indeed pointed out the direction for the future propagation and evolution of the sect, and this is what we must abide by.

    The Four Sutras of the Wayfarer is the name of the book, and the "Wayfarer" is the person who wrote it. There are two ways to say the word "van" in the book. The first is about a human being, if not a saint like a Buddha, Bodhisattva or Lohan, then an ordinary mortal. The word " 了" means to understand, and it also means to finish. To "understand the mortal" means to understand that it is not enough to be an ordinary person, but to be the highest of all. It means that all the bad thoughts that ordinary people have should be gradually eliminated. Secondly, it refers to the author, Mr. Yuan Zuifan. He was born in Wujiang County, Suzhou Province, Jiangsu Province, and was destined to have no children, live to be fifty-three years old, and become a magistrate. However, his love of doing good deeds and his belief in Buddhism changed his destiny by actively cultivating good fortune and virtue - he was born childless and gained a son, became a high school scholar, was posthumously appointed to the post of Young Secretary of the Shangbao Division, and lived to the age of seventy-four. Because he was a great benefactor, everyone respected him and called him "Mr. Huifan". Zhuge Changqing: I would advise people not to go around telling fortunes, but to follow the Four Sutras of the Wayfarer and practise them, and no one will be able to tell your fate.

   The Four Sermons of Jie Fan are four essays that Mr Yuan Jiefan taught his son, which, when we read them, are certainly not the same as the classics. These four essays, when read from beginning to end, are almost always about our faults, and if we know our faults, we have to change them, and if we don't change them, we can't enter the Way. So two of these four texts - reforming faults and cultivating goodness - are the focus of the Four Disciplines. The book we have printed has a preface by Venerable Yin Guang, so we can read it as an introduction to the mysteries.

   Zhuge Changqing: You can search and see, there are videos of Venerable Jingkong, films of The Four Teachings of the Buddha, and translated texts, so you can take a closer look. Anyone who has watched it, Zhuge Changqing guarantees that you, have a correct understanding of the destiny of life.



                     ----- 诸葛长青





   届 时:求富贵得富贵,求升迁得升迁,求健康得健康,求子女得子女。
















What are the acts of abstaining from killing and releasing



 1. Do not kill a living being with your own hands.


  2. Do not abet others to kill.


  3. Do not help others to kill.


  4. Abstain from eating meat.


  5. Do not engage in trades related to killing.


  6Whenever there is worship, regardless of what is being worshipped, use vegetarian dishes, flowers and fruit, not animal gifts.


  7. If you see someone killing a human being, you should discourage them or buy the animal to be slaughtered with money and release it. If this does not work, or if the person does not sell the animal, then you should have compassion for the slaughtered animal, and even better if you can recite the Buddha's name or mantra for it.


  8. Do not abuse the animal.


  9Other actions that are contrary to killing.


  10. Abstain from killing and releasing animals yourself, and advise others to do the same. 












(This article is an original article by Zhuge Changqing, and the pictures are selected from the Internet. Welcome to forward it, and please indicate the source for forwarding)

Introduction to Zhuge Changqing: Zhuge Changqing, the inheritor and promoter of traditional Chinese culture, is willing to "learn from sages, promote virtue, revitalize China and benefit the world" together with people with the same ideals in the world.

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Selected Articles in Previous Periods

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1The wisdom of traditional Chinese culture changes the destiny: filial piety to parents+five in one+self-improvement


2Zhuge Changqing's Three Golden Keys to Changing Destiny


3Zhuge Changqing's Greeting Ritual (15 Steps Concise Version)

3诸葛长青施食仪轨 (十五步简洁版)

4How to repent: the ritual of repentance and the method of repentance (full version)

4   如何忏悔:忏悔仪轨忏悔方法(完整版)

5How to read the Dizang Sutra: Methods for reciting Dizang Sutra (complete version)


6How to release? The ritual of releasing life


7Zhuge Changqing's Repentance Culture: A Case Study of Repentance Methods for Changing Destiny


8Free Life Culture: Free Life Culture in Ancient China


9Shocking photo of feeding: Buddha, Bodhisattva and Dharma Protector come to the scene


10Feeding Rite Return: the return is changed to simple return







That is to say, with this merit and virtue, we should solemnly observe the Buddha's net ten. Report four blessings and save three hardships. Those who wish to see and hear,Know and send Bodhi Heart. To live in a state of bliss

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