(Minghui.org) A practitioner in my area received a message from an out-of-town practitioner who was concerned about the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) hosting the Winter Olympics and the People’s Congress that would be held after it. The out-of-town practitioner also said he sensed that bad substances from other dimensions had fallen into the human world.

This reminded me of something I’ve noticed. Many veteran practitioners, particularly those who have been persecuted, are sensitive to whatever big events the CCP is having and worry if they will affect us. I feel that these practitioners are still trapped in the dark shadows of their past persecution.

Master told us that long before July 20, 1999, he has pushed all Dafa disciples into their supposed divine positions. We are no longer ordinary – we are Dafa disciples with supernormal capabilities.

Whatever festivals and activities that the CCP and its organizations are hosting have nothing to do with us Dafa disciples. They can only affect ordinary people. We Dafa disciples are all taken care of by Master, who has the final say.

As long as we, Dafa disciples, do the three things well according to Master’s requirements, carry out our duties with righteous thoughts and righteous actions, and walk solidly on the path of divinity, the sickness karma and persecution will not happen.

As cultivators, we all understand the principle that “the appearance stems from the mind.” Everything that happens to us is caused by our hearts. So when the CCP is celebrating something or hosting some event, we don’t even need to think about it. Those so-called festivals and activities have nothing to do with us practitioners. In this way, our environment and the entire space field will be filled with righteous energy, and the evil will not exist.

We need to pay attention to our minds and thoughts and save people with our compassion.

This is my understanding at my level. Please point out anything inadequate.

Editor’s note: This article only represents the author’s current understanding meant for sharing among practitioners so that we can “Compare with one another in study, in cultivation.” (“Solid Cultivation,” Hong Yin)