The monk is exhausted from all of the walking. He wants to eat something before talking to the girl. He shows her the treasure he has found. He says it is not bad, but he wants to have more mouthfuls of it. He also says that after his body was strengthened he became a lot more alert. The bean paste tastes different from the other bean paste he has eaten, but the monk says he never said he wouldn't eat if he did not like it. The monk asks the girl where she got the prayer beads, and she says she picked them up from the coffin. He explains that the religion of the kagyu monks seals half of a person's spirit into a "spiritual object" if the person is not reincarnated. If the person dies, the spirit of the dead person will carry on his or her powers. He tells the girl to get off him, because the beads are useless if they don't have the master to unlock their spell. The girl says she only dripped her blood onto the beads because of the female corpse.