My question to you is why "seeing" is important here? Has it occurred to you that what you see can be deceptive?
I am a Chinese American if it matters.
Also, I have been trying to open my Chakras again. I believe some were closed for a while after what I experienced when I was 18. I am in 30s now.
2 nights ago I have opened my Root Chakras and Navel Chakras.
First, seeing is not important in itself, the most important is to advance in cultivation(increase Xinxing level). In the lower dimensions you are
bound to see demons mostly. Seems like you have good inborn quality. I hope you will read Zhuan Falun once and see what it really is.
You are right, many people have the animal´s third eye and not their own third eye open. That is very well explained in Zhuan Falun:
Indeed this is very dangerous to pursue as Master Li explains in Zhuan Falun:
How many people are there who have proper thoughts when they do qigong exercises? When a person practices qigong he has to take virtue seriously, do
good things for others, and be kind—he should discipline himself this way in every action and in every circumstance. Take all the people doing
qigong exercises in the parks and all the ones doing them at home, and how many do you have thinking that way? To be honest, when some people are
doing their qigong, who knows what they’re doing, they’ll be exercising away, swinging their bodies all around, and at the same time going off
about things—"Ugh! That daughter-in-law of mine has no respect for me," "My mother-in-law is such a wretch!" Some people even go on and on, from
talking about things at their company right on to headline news—there’s nothing they don’t babble about, and the things they don’t agree with
will blow their fuse. Tell me, is that doing cultivation exercises? And then there are people doing a standing exercise right there, getting so tired
their legs shake, but his mind isn’t at rest, "Things are so expensive these days. Prices have gone up, and my company can’t make the payroll.
Why can’t my practice bring out some abilities? If I got some abilities I’d be a qigong master, and I’d get rich—I could make money by giving
Once he sees that other people’s abilities have come out he gets even more agitated. He gets obsessed with getting abilities, with getting the Third
Eye, and with getting healing skills. Now think about it, isn’t that about as far as you can get from the nature of our universe, to be True, Good,
and Endure?! He’s simply turning his back on it. To put it a little more seriously, he’s practicing in an evil way! But he isn’t aware of it.
The more he thinks like that, the worse the thoughts are that his mind emits. That kind of person doesn’t have a handle on it, he doesn’t know he
should take virtue seriously, and he thinks that by doing those movements he can get gong, and that he can get whatever he wants by seeking after
it—he thinks that’s how it is.
A person attracts bad things precisely because his thoughts aren’t proper. Then the animal sees it, "This guy wants to get rich off qigong, and
that guy wants to get famous and get abilities. Boy, his body is pretty good and what he has is pretty good. But his mind is really bad—he’s after
abilities! Maybe he has a master, but even if he does, I’m not afraid." It knows that the master of a true cultivation will see him seeking
abilities like that, and the harder he seeks after them the less likely the master will give him them, since that’s exactly an attachment he should
get rid of. The more he thinks that way, the less the chance he’ll be given any abilities, so basically the more oblivious he is to how it works,
the more he wants them and the worse his thoughts get.
Finally that master gives a deep sigh when he sees that this guy is finished, and he won’t have anything more to do with him. Some people don’t
have masters, and maybe somebody who happens to pass by will look after them for a while, since there are so many Enlightened Beings in different
dimensions. An Enlightened Being might take a look at him, watch him and follow him for a day, and leave him after he sees that he’s not good. The
next day another one comes by, takes a look at him, finds out he’s no good, and off he goes.
The animal knows that whatever kind of master he has, be it a regular one or a passing-by one, his master won’t give him what he’s seeking.
Animals can’t see the dimensions where Great Enlightened Beings are, so they aren’t afraid, and they’ve taken advantage of a loophole: our
universe has a law, that when somebody wants to seek something, or wants something, normally he shouldn’t be stopped. It takes advantage of that
loophole—"He wants them, then I’ll give him them. It’s not wrong for me to help him, right?"
So it gives them to him. At first the animal doesn’t dare get on his body, so it starts by giving him a little gong as a test-run. The person keeps
seeking it, and one day he really gets it, and he can even heal people. The animal sees that it’s worked pretty well, and it’s just like playing a
prelude before the show really starts. "He wants them, so I’ll get right on his body. And once I’m there I can give him more, I’ll pour it
on!" "You want the Third Eye, right? This time I’ll give you it all." So it gets right on him.
While he’s having that thought about wanting it, right there doing that, his Third Eye pops open, he’s able to send out gong, and he’s even got
a few little abilities. He’s beside himself with joy, and he thinks that he’s sought and sought these things and finally got them, and he thinks
they came from his practice. But actually, his practice didn’t bring him anything. He thinks that he can see through a human body and see where the
problems are in someone’s body. In reality, though, his Third Eye isn’t open one bit—it’s that the animal is controlling his brain. That
animal sees things with its eyes and then reflects what it sees into his brain, and he thinks his Third Eye is open. "Want to send out gong? Go for
it." When he holds out his hands to send out gong, the animal’s little paws extend out from behind his body. When he sends out gong, the forked
tongue from the little snake’s head comes out to lick the sick or swollen area. There are a lot of things like this. Those spirits that possess
these people come only because they asked for them.
So he seeks after them, he dreams about getting rich, and about getting famous. "Okay then!"—he gets abilities, he can heal people, and he can see
with his Third Eye. That makes him happy. The animal takes a look, "You want to get rich, don’t you? Okay, I’ll make you get rich." It’s way
too easy to control an ordinary person’s head. The animal can control a lot of people and make them come to him for treatments, and they’ll come
in droves. Oh my goodness!—while he sees patients right here, it’s stirring up reporters over there to promote him in newspapers. It manipulates
ordinary people to do these things. When someone who comes for a treatment doesn’t pay him enough, he won’t let them off the hook, and he’ll
make you have a headache. What it comes down to is that you just have to give him a lot of money.
The guy pulls in both fame and wealth—he’s made a bundle, he’s become well-known, and now he’s a qigong master. People like him usually
don’t care about character and they’ll dare to say anything, "I’m second to none but Heaven." They go as far as saying they’re the
reincarnations of well-known deities, like the Queen Mother or Jade Emperor, and they even go as far as saying they’re Buddhas. They haven’t
really gone through character cultivation, so they seek abilities when they do their exercises and end up getting possessed by animals.
Maybe some of you are thinking, "What’s wrong with that? It’s okay as long as I can make money, or get rich, and I can get famous." That’s
what a lot of people are thinking. But I’ll tell you, that animal isn’t doing it without a purpose, it turns out, and it doesn’t give you
something for nothing. There’s a law in this universe: no loss, no gain. What does the animal get? I talked about this earlier, didn’t I? It’s
trying to get that bit of essence in your body to cultivate into a human form, so it just gathers the essence from the human body. But there’s only
this one share of essence in a human body, and if somebody wants to cultivate, he only has this one share. And if you let the animal take it from you,
you can forget about cultivating—how would you cultivate then?
You’ll have lost everything, and you won’t be able to cultivate at all. Maybe some people will say, "I don’t want to cultivate. I just want to
get rich. All’s well as long as I have money. I couldn’t care less!" Look, I’ll tell you: you want to get rich, but after I explain how it
really works, then you’ll change your mind. So what happens? If it leaves your body not too late your limbs will feel like lead, and you’ll be
like that for good, because it drained you of too much of your essence. But if it leaves your body late, you will become a vegetable and lie in bed
for the rest of your life hanging on by a thread. Even if you had money, would you be able to spend it? Even if you had fame, would you be able to
enjoy it? Wouldn’t it be horrible?
These things have become really serious and they’re common among people who practice qigong these days. The animal doesn’t just possess the body,
it also kills the person’s master soul, and it burrows into the person’s Niwan Palace and squats there. The person looks like a human being, but
he’s not. You even see things like that nowadays. Mankind’s morals have changed, so when some people do bad things, and you tell them they’re
doing bad things, they just don’t believe you.