The Landlord’s Tablet: More Than Just A Symbol of Power and Wealth

Published March 20, 2015 by jptan2012

“…the crowd, intoxicated with the unstructured power bestowed upon them by the government barge into the house of the man’s palatial house. They searched for the Landlord’s Tablet, and unfortunately for the man and his family, they have two. The tablets were used to hit them repeatedly. At the end, the master of house with his children, in – laws, and grandchildren were all severely bruised. The mistress of the house was not so lucky, because she died in the process.”

In his book HUNDRED DAY WAR, which is considered as one of the most accurate book about the Cultural Revolution and the Communism that preceded it in China, William Hinton made mention of the Landlord’s Tablet. The Landlord’s Tablet is also known as the Rich Man’s Tablet.

The Landlord’s Tablet is called as such because in the olden times it is usually the rich person or a landlord who has this kind of tablet. It is also sometimes called as the Statesman’s Tablet. In some way, it has become a symbol of a rich man’s status and power, but the Landlord’s Tablet, which is also known as the Rich Man’s Tablet is not some kind of an official tablet declaring their wealth and power or that they are from the government. It is actually a Taoist – Feng Shui amulet that is put in the house.

Officially, for traditional Feng Shui masters and Taoist priests the Landlord’s Tablet, or the Rich Man’s Tablet or the State Man’s Tablet is actually called Ing Deng Pay (Pay is pronounce as pie), which is also called Ing Tiak Pay.

The Ing Deng Pay became commonly known as the Landlord’s Tablet or State Man’s Tablet or Rich Man’s Tablet because the ones who usually have are the landlords or rich man or government officials.

The truth is the Ing Deng Pay is one of the greatest Taoist – Feng Shui cure or enhancer one can have. Not all Feng Shui experts are familiar with this, and needless to say not all Feng Shui masters can make one. In the same manner, not all Taoist priests are familiar with making one. Usually, to make an Ing Deng Pay it will take for a Taoist Priest who is familiar with it and a Feng Shui Master who is also familiar with it to collaborate with each other.

Recently, my Feng Shui teacher has found a Taoist priest who is familiar with making the Ing Deng Pay and they have set out to making it available to people. The Ing Deng Pay is usually made of marble, granite, any hard stone, or hard wood. Sometimes it might have some crystals, depending on one’s birthday and/or needs.

In the old times, a Chinese businessman or politician will usually hire a professional Feng Shui master or a Taoist priest, most of the time both, or a Taoist priest who is also a Feng Shui expert to do a Bazi (also call Paht Chee) analysis and an analysis of his property. Especially if his property is missing a sector. They will then make an Ing Deng Pay to ensure that missing sector is countered and continuously cured of its adverse effect. In a way, having the Ing Deng Pay makes an auric or psychic sector. For example, if the missing sector is the South, having the Ing Deng Pay made under the chart of the master of the house and the missing sector will create an psychic South sector and thus it becomes like there’s no missing sector. Furthermore, more than creating a auric or psychic sector, the Ing Deng Pay is also usually incorporated with powerful inscriptions that brings in wealth and power luck. That is why most people that have the Ing Deng Pay are not only wealthy and powerful but has very good social standing in the community.

A painting of a Chinese rich man or statesman.

A painting of a Chinese rich man or statesman.

The Ing Deng Pay is usually hidden because if somebody who is familiar with the art of understanding and making an Ing Deng Pay and wishes to do you harm, they can come up with another Ing Deng Pay that will counter the inscription of your Ing Deng Pay sneak it in to your house and your Ing Deng Pay might lose it’s power. Furthermore, the master of the house usually keeps his Ing Deng Pay hidden because if somebody in the house wants to create bad luck for the master of the house they can steal his Ing Deng Pay and destroy it. Some Ing Deng Pay is hidden under the ground.

However, the Ing Deng Pay as written in my first post about it -ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM AN AFFLICTED BAZI THAT’S CAUSING SEVERE MONEY, CAREER, RELATIONSHIP, OR PERSONAL PROBLEMS? AN ING DENG PAY IS A POWERFUL TAOIST CURE FOR THESE PROBLEMS -was first created not for the missing sectors. The original formula of the Ing Deng Pay is originally for those people whose Bazi is severely afflicted with a lot of conflicting elements or signs. When a child is born, specially if its a son, the father will usually ask a Feng Shui master to check on the Bazi of the baby, if they see it’s afflicted they then make an Ing Deng Pay for him. It is said that the members of the royal family will have their Ing Deng Pay guarded 24/7.

It was not until the 17th century when a famous Taoist priest who is also a Feng Shui master discovered (or created) the formula for creating an Ing Deng Pay for the house. Since then, the formula was handed down from one generation to the other until Mao Zedong’s ruling disrupted it when he banned China. And to ensure that people get scared of acquiring and Ing Deng Pay the government seeded to the army and later on the Red Army of the cultural revolution for them to use the Ing Deng Pay to hit and reeducated landlords.

It has been a long time dream of my Feng Shui teacher to make an Ing Deng Pay, he is well familiar with the formula but he is not very confident. But it’s a good thing that he was introduced to a Taoist priest last year that is also knowledgeable to make the Ing Deng Pay, they then sent out to making Ing Deng Pay/s available to the public.

Note: I’m not showing a picture of an Ing Deng Pay because of privacy reasons. Some information, for those who are familiar with it, may reveal information about the owner of the Ing Deng Pay.

If you wish to know more about the Ing Deng Pay you can read the following blog posts:

For comments, suggestions, and questions, please email sanaakosirickylee@gmail.com

Is There Such A Thing As Too Much Yang Energy in the Summer?

Published March 19, 2015 by jptan2012

sunshineRegular readers of this blog know that I always espouse for a balance of energy, specifically Yin and Yang energies. But as I have also clarified balance doesn’t necessarily mean than Yin and Yang energies are in equal amount, in Feng Shui Yin and Yang means there is more Yang than Yin in our life.

What are the examples of Yin and Yang? Morning is Yang and evening is Yin, as living persons, we should spend more of our time with Yang and lesser time in Yin. This usually manifests during our waking hours we need light and when we retire in the evening, it is advisable to sleep with the lights dimmed so we have some Yin. Sleeping itself is a Yin activity of the body with great Yang effect.

It is easier to feel the effects of too much yin, and we seldom hear Feng Shui experts talking about the dangers of being exposed to too much yang energy. But is there such a thing as too much yang? The straight answer to that is yes, but then yang is so much preferred that too much yang is simply not taken into consideration.

In my recent trip to the popular resort island here in the Philippines, some local government officials consulted me about what they dubbed as mysterious deaths that happens in April to early May. They said these are cases of people simply having fun and they would suddenly drop dead. They said the number of deaths is quite bothersome, and when they checked their records, they said that almost half of the deaths that happen in the island occur during April to May. It takes all their PR efforts to ensure that this news doesn’t come out to the media, but they said it is really significant.

Much of these deaths they said happens during an activity, whether it is island hopping or some water sports or it can be during party time. Most, if not all these mysterious deaths, happens to young people between the ages of 20 to 35.beachparty

Obviously, I won’t be able to offer a very accurate comment about these mysterious deaths, but when they explained to me what happened, I think this could be a case of an exposure to excessive yang energies! I came to this conclusion because of what they said; some of the common factors are these people die on their 3rd or 4th day in the island. A lot of them have been found to party a lot and on top of that, a lot of them are sometimes too drunk to go back to their hotel and have slept on the beach in the morning under the heat of the sun. Several of them have even abused themselves further by going without sleep or only sleeping for a few hours. Meaning there was not much exposure to yin energies or yin activities, it’s all yang.

Too much yang is also bad. The very first thing that it will affect is our tempers and heart or blood circulation. Go figure, a lot of these deaths was caused by simply their heart working too much that it seems to simply give up on them. So remember, too much yang, although rare, can happen and its effect is felt far faster than that of yin energy.

So remember the next time you go to Boracay or Panglao or Puerto Galera in the Philippines or to any other resort in other countries, enjoy the strong yang energy of the summer but have some yin energies as well. Do not kill off your yin energies because it might kill you also.

Have Some Summer Fun But Be Conscious of Feng Shui!

Published March 18, 2015 by jptan2012

It’s summer once again in the Philippines, and a lot of people are going to the beaches or resorts again to have fun. Boracay, Panglao in Bohol, and Puerto Galera, among other destinations here in the Philippines are again teeming with tourists.

Some resorts in an attempt to make their pool aesthetically appealing creates some Feng Shui blunders that may be bad for those who swim.

Some resorts in an attempt to make their pool aesthetically appealing creates some Feng Shui blunders that may be bad for those who swim.

And as tourist, remember in my earlier post that while yang energy is really good, please be aware that there is such a thing as too much yang energy and you should do try to get some rest.

But more than that, you should also be aware that there are a lot of resorts that may be aesthetically nice but may be bad in terms of Feng Shui. For example, some resorts loves putting a bridge over their swimming pools, and for us tourists we might find this beautiful, but remember swimming under the a bridge is like walking under a stair. It creates a lot of bad energy for us and might affect us long term.

Simple Protective Ritual To Drive Away Malicious Spirits

Published March 6, 2015 by jptan2012

I’m often asked whether the Vajrapani Ruel which is a very powerful amulet that can help enhanced wealth luck, can also be use for protection to drive away malicious spirits. The straight answer is yes. But what if you don’t have the Vajrapani Ruel?snap

If you find yourself visiting an unknown place or a place that you know can be haunted, and you are afraid that you might be psychically attacked, all you have to do is chant the mantra of Amitabha Buddha 3x (OM AMI DEWA HRIH) and the mantra of the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Kuan Yin aka Avalokitesva or Chenrezig (OM MANI PADME HUM) 7x then snap your finger 3x or clap 3x. Voila! You’re protected! As simple as that! A very easy but very powerful simple ritual to protect you from malicious spirits!

The Ing Deng Pay Also Addresses the Problem of An Afflicted or Missing Sector!

Published March 5, 2015 by jptan2012

In the preceding post, I wrote about the afflicted Bazi and how it can be addressed by a puja and/or by the Ing Deng Pay which is also known as the Ing Tiak Pay.

In my several years of practice of Feng Shui, one of the biggest problems I’ve ever seen that may be quite difficult to solve is the problem of a severely afflicted or missing sector. For example, the East sector of your house is missing or severely afflicted and renovations are quite impossible to implement, then the best solution for this if ordinary Feng Shui cures are impossible to help is an Ing Deng Pay.

Sample of a Missing Sector of a House

Sample of a Missing Sector of a House

Having the Ing Deng Pay in strategic locations of the home is quite powerful to help ease the negative chi cause by the missing or severe affliction of the sector. In fact, our own house has this problem. The Southwest section of our house is totally missing on the ground floor, and the second floor is severely afflicted, this could have cause a great problem for some members of my family, however, early on we were very lucky to acquire an Ing Deng Pay, and the result is simply amazing, it is as if we have the sector after all.

Sometimes, even if your Bazi or Paht Chee is fine but a sector of your house or office that affects you is missing or afflicted this might cause some problems for you. I have seen this a lot of times. Sometimes success is elusive because of this.

Not only that, it is also good for houses or offices whose Feng Shui you don’t have any control or if you’re not sure whether the Feng Shui is good or not. Simply putting the Ing Deng Pay will help ensure that you are protected.

But more than that, special incantations on the Ing Deng Pay help bring wealth luck to one’s home also.

If you wish to know more about the Ing Deng Pay you can read the following blog posts:

 

For comments, suggestions or questions please email sanaakosirickylee@gmail.com

Are You Suffering From An Afflicted Bazi That’s Causing Severe Money, Career, Relationship, or Personal Problems? An Ing Deng Pay Is A Powerful Taoist Cure for These Problems

Published March 4, 2015 by jptan2012

Have you ever felt like something is already within your reach then all of a sudden it seems to slips through out of your hand?

Have you ever felt like all your relationships are in chaos?

Have you ever felt like you know you’re a good person, you’re not ugly, you’re nice but somehow love seems really just elusive?

Have you ever felt like you’re a good person, you work really hard, but money, wealth, or financial luck seems just to be so elusive? It is like they have all connive against giving you a good life?

On the other hand, you can be very hard headed, you get angry easily, you’re irrational, you know that the things you do are not your right but somehow you are unable to control yourself. It seems that there is some evil force controlling you!

Are you a gambler, do you have an addiction to drugs or alcohol or sex or food or shopping? You just can’t seem to control yourself?

Do you always wreck all your relationships by doing bad things? You fight with your parents? Cheat on your partner or worst emotionally, verbally, or physically abused them? Do you physically hurt your children? You know that these things are wrong but then there seems to be an evil force that is controlling you!Problem-Solving

If you can relate to one or more of the above problems, chances are you might be experiencing one or two kinds of afflictions. First, which is the most common one, you might be suffering from an affliction from your Bazi, or second, you might be suffering from a Feng Shui home or office affliction. The second one is easier to resolve. All you have to do is find out the problem from your home or office and fix the problem. However, if the cause of the problem is an affliction of the problem is your bazi, and then the solution might not be as easy, finding it out will be a little bit more difficult also.

Regular readers of this blog know that I don’t normally respond to questions like lucky color, lucky day, etc. Because these factors are not determine by your Chinese animal zodiac alone, but rather this is determine by your Bazi or Paht Chee, which is in turn determined by your birth year, birth month, birth day, birth time.

You may also have remembered me writing about the fact that a person’s Feng Shui is actually determined by three factors. These three are: Heaven’s Luck (can be determined thru your Bazi or Paht Chee), Man’s Luck (the things we do) and Earth’s Luck (which is Feng Shui by considering the location of our house, office, the placement of objects and the directions, etc.). Among all these, the least control that we have is Heaven’s Luck, some people believe that we cannot change this, but base on my experience; I believe this can be changed, it will be difficult but it can be change.

The truth is most people will have an imbalanced Paht Chee or Bazi, but what we have to remember is that imbalanced does not mean it’s afflicted.

When does it count as afflicted? If there are a lot of conflicting elements or signs on your Paht Chee. However, this is something that is quite difficult to be determined by ordinary people who are not familiar with the Paht Chee, because this requires a skill to count the Paht Chee. The best thing really is to consult a qualified Feng Shui consultant to help determine your Paht Chee or Bazi.

An imbalanced Bazi can be cured with Feng Shui, for example, wearing of a certain color, or gemstones, etc. But a Bazi that is afflicted will require much more than Feng Shui to be cured.

But before we talk about the cure, I guess the bigger question now is how to determine whether you have an afflicted Bazi? If you constantly experience one or more of the things above at a frequency or magnitude that can’t be ignored anymore. If that is the case chances are your Bazi is afflicted with a lot of conflicting elements and signs.

An afflicted Bazi is much more common than most people think. Usually people who suffer from some form of clinical mental problem have an afflicted Bazi. A person who has severe temper or anger management problems are also usually has an afflicted Bazi. People who are predisposed to whatever kind of addiction usually have this kind of problems also.

But other than that, if you notice people work really hard but can never attain financial or wealth luck, or even success luck, are also suffering from an afflicted Bazi. Have you heard of people being robbed several times, or being duped more than thrice? They also usually suffer from an afflicted Bazi. The challenge here is determining whether your Bazi is afflicted or simply suffering from an imbalanced chart or bad home or office Feng Shui. Unfortunately, this is something that can be accurately determined if you consult a Feng Shui expert or if you can absolutely be certain that you have practice good Feng Shui.

But what to do if you have an afflicted Bazi?

As of now, there are only two known cures for this. One is a 49 days long Medicine Buddha puja. Followed by 10,000 Buddha repentance ceremonies wherein a person should prostate 10,000 times in front of an image of a Buddha. This has to be done continuously and if one is missed then it should done all over again. Normally, this is done every week, some prefers doing it everyday. The 10,000 Buddha Repentance ceremony is done because it is believe that it is due to your past life bad karma that gives you an afflicted Bazi. After the Medicine Buddha puja and the 10,000 Buddha Repentance ceremony, the monk will do some divination to determine whether the affliction has been cured or tempered. If not, then the whole process is repeated. This kind of cure is base on the Buddhist practice.

For Taoism, there is a different approach. A Taoist Priest or Feng Shui Grand Master will usually make a certain ritual for you, followed by you acquiring Ing Deng Pay, which is also called as Ing Tiak Pay (Pay is pronounced as pie). The Ing Deng Pay is actually a small tablet usually made of marble, or hard stone, sometimes wood with special incantations and name of the person. Sometimes it also has crystals depending on the affliction. The Ing Deng Pay can only be made by an ordained Taoist Priest or a Feng Shui Grand Master, because it involves some special incantation and while it’s important that you get the Ing Deng Pay, equally important is the ritual that goes through with the process of making the Ing Deng Pay.

The Ing Deng Pay is almost a dying ritual, because it is quite difficult to do it. In fact, I don’t know of any Taoist Priest here in the Philippines who are able to do it. However, my Feng Shui teacher in Hong Kong just recently started doing this again with the help of a Taoist priest.

If you wish to know more about the Ing Deng Pay you can read the following blog posts:

 

Note: No photo of an Ing Deng Pay is available for confidentiality reasons. An Ing Deng Pay is a personalized cure that will bear some information of the person.

For questions, suggestions, and comments please email sanaakosirickylee@gmail.com

Using the Auralite As A Medium to Transfer Protective Energies

Published March 4, 2015 by jptan2012

One of the perks of traveling and or living in a country where traffic is really bad is that a blogger like me can write blog articles. This and several of the succeeding articles are all written either at the airport or in a traffic and are bring posted via the automatic schedule posting.

Aside from being a very effective wealth enhancer the Vajrapani Ruel is also a very powerful protective amulet, and as mentioned in the previous testimonies like the very first Vajrapani Ruel stories, it is believed that it was used by the 17th Karmapa in his escape from Tibet to India. However, the real truth is that not everybody can afford to get the Vajrapani Ruel, also there are people who does not believe in Feng Shui or Buddhism or Taoism, and you might want to still send them protective energies.

The Vajrapani Ruel looks simple, maybe even rustic, but this simple amulet is packed with a special talisman paper inside, with various ingredients, which includes Namtso Salt, soil, various herbs and plants, crystal, and a relic from a high lama. It's important to put the ruel inside a amulet holder or something sturdy as to not ruin it. If the cloth had tear which exposes or spill the ingredients inside, the ruel becomes useless.

The Vajrapani Ruel looks simple, maybe even rustic, but this simple amulet is packed with a special talisman paper inside, with various ingredients, which includes Namtso Salt, soil, various herbs and plants, crystal, and a relic from a high lama. It’s important to put the ruel inside a amulet holder or something sturdy as to not ruin it. If the cloth had tear which exposes or spill the ingredients inside, the ruel becomes useless.

Today, I would like to share a simple protective ritual that was recently shared with me by my Feng Shui teacher.auralite2

If you think a person is in danger, all you have to do is chant the Amitabha Buddha Mantra (OM AMI DEWA HRIH), followed by the Mantra of the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Kuan Yin (OM MANI PADME HUM), Mantra of Medicine Buddha (TADYATHA OM BHEKANDZYE BHEKANDZYE MAHA BHEKANDZYE RADZA SAMUGATE SOHA), chanting of the name of Kuan Kong (NAMO SANGHARAMA BODHISATTVA), with Mantra of Namgyalma (OM BHRUM SOHA OM AMARITA AYUR DADI SOHA). All of these should be recited 108x or more if possible. While reciting imagine a white light coming out of your mouth, going toward the base of the Auralite (which should be placed between you and a picture of the person being protected) and then the light going out of the pointed end of the Auralite, and then the light directly going to the picture of the person.

The Auralite will help enhance the protective energies.

I personally didn’t know that there are a lot of uses for the Auralite and for that I’ll always be thankful to Atty. B for giving one to me as a gift.

Please note that I don’t sell Auralite. It is usually found in stores that sell crystals.

For questions, comments or suggestions please email sanaakosirickylee@gmail.com

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