900K Development Fund Released After Experiencing Some Hardships: A Reader Shares His Personal Vajrapani Ruel Miraculous Story!

Published August 29, 2016 by jptan2012

Miracles do happen. Sometimes we get them simply because of our faith, sometimes it is because of what we did, and sometimes it is because we simply deserve it. But sometimes it is because of what we have; then again sometimes it is a combination of all.

A few months ago, I received an email from a guy name Kevin. We end up talking over the phone, and that’s where I found his problems.

Kevin is the youngest in their family. His situation is sort of complicated because his sister is actually his mother, and his parents are actually his grandparents. But in this post, whenever I mention parents, I’m referring to his grandparents, who really are his parents in the strictest sense of the word.

Kevin and his siblings inherited some properties from his parents, however, without going into details this was not properly transferred to them. This created a lot of problems for them, and some siblings were hostile against him. Furthermore, some people thought he is gullible and offered to help him but their real intention was to abuse Kevin, and when Kevin patiently and even nicely refused to be abuse and to be taken advantage of, there is this one person who decided to continuously harassed him.

Kevin is also hitting a rut, because he needs some money to fix some of the properties so that he can either rent them out or sell them.

It is because of the concerns mentioned above that Kevin decided to get in touch with me so that he can have the Vajrapani Ruel. Before I he got the Vajrapani Ruel, I offered to read his Bazi / Paht Chee Chart to see what is wrong. However, reading his chart proved to be difficult, for one when a person has been adopted by another person, this sort of gives that person a secondary chart that has to be analyzed. Furthermore, the difficulty lies in that throughout his lifetime, Kevin’s name was changed several times because of adoption, etc. This will also have an effect on his Bazi Chart. Add to that is the fact that he was adopted by his grandparents, which carries a double implication.

Anyway, to make the long story short, it took me awhile to finish his Paht Chee Chart and because of that we lost contact for quite sometime. But I remember that his chart indicates that there is a critical period for him and for some reason he called me up a few days before that critical period and because of that he immediately got his Vajrapani Ruel.

Well, the good news is 2 or 3 days after he got the Vajrapani Ruel, Kevin received the development fund that he needs. The amount is Nine Hundred Thousand Philippine Pesos (Php 900,000.00) or in US Dollars around Nineteen Thousand Five Hundred Pesos (US$ 19,500.00)! I clarified with Kevin whether he can truly attribute this as a miracle of the Vajrapani Ruel, and he said yes because according to him, that fund should have been released a long time ago but there are groups who were trying to block it, and it is out of desperation that he decided to get the Vajrapani Ruel and voila the fund was released!!!!

In his SMS to me, he also clarified that while not all his problems have been solved (like the guy who is harassing him), he believes that things will start to get better. Actually, since that happened, Kevin has shared with me two more possible Vajrapani Ruel miracle, I hope to be able to write about them soon.

In the meantime, Kevin out of his gratitude to Bodhisattva Vajrapani and out of his good heart has decided to acquire one more Vajrapani Ruel which he gave as a gift to his good friend who has been helping him, especially at the time when he was quite down. Because of this I know he will receive more miracles, because he has a good heart.

Vajrapani Ruel

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 itself is only about 1 to 2 inches and it varies from one ruel to another.

 

You can also read the following posts about the Vajrapani Ruel:

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All People in the Leadership Position Needs the Help of the Historical Fundamental Teacher, Buddha Sakyamuni!

Published August 18, 2016 by jptan2012

Buddha-Shakyamuni-3-transparent-800x803The first time I wrote about Sakyamuni Buddha (also known as The Historical Buddha, and The Fundamental Teacher) is in a post called – BASIC BUDDHISM (2): THE THREE JEWELS – BUDDHA, DHARMA, & SANGHA – but in so many ways, it was really a short article meant to be a very basic introduction.

Writing about the life of Siddhartha Gautama (also spelled as Siddartha / Siddharta) is a very big task, because there is just simply a lot of information about Him, and I really don’t know how to write about Him in this blog.

Today is a special day because this is my 700th article, and I thought I’d write about Buddha Sakyamuni (also spelled as Shakyamuni) because in a way I have reached a milestone. However, I still don’t know how to write about his life, but instead I will write about one of the most frequent question people ask me: If Amitabha Buddha is known for protection and Medicine Buddha is known for health and wealth, what is Sakyamuni Buddha known for?

First, all Buddhas or Bodhisattvas are capable of doing all things, it’s just that they have certain vows or certain character drawn from vows or life as written in the sutra that makes them known for certain virtues.

Buddha Sakyamuni is the Historical Buddha because He is the Buddha who manifested in human form in this lifetime. Amitabha Buddha also manifested in human in a different lifetime. And in the next lifetime Bodhisattva Maitreya is the one foretold to be the Buddha who will manifest in a human form. Anyway, Buddha Sakyamuni is also called the Fundamental Teacher because all the Buddhist teachings that we know now and all the Buddhist practices that we know now came from Him. It is in this regard that Buddha Sakyamuni is said to bring about wisdom for all of us. But more than that His wisdom is especially for leaders who lead their country, city, business, or even department.

In a hostile environment, having the Vajrapani Ruel to tap into the power of Bodhisattva Vajrapani is important to give us a winning edge. But pairing the Vajrapani Ruel with the power of Buddha Sakyamuni, will help give you wisdom how to diffuse the hostile environment. Buddha Sakyamuni, when He was still in human form also managed several Sangha communities, each Sangha community consists of about 2,000 Bhiksus (monks) and several more Bhiksunis (Buddhist nuns) and most of these communities also have Upasakas (male Buddhist students – not monks) and Upasikas (female Buddhist students – not nuns). And he is able to manage all of them all of these Sangha communities without having major concerns or problems. So when we tap into the power of Sakyamuni Buddha (Shakyamuni Buddha) we are able to tap into His power of managing a community (in present life businesses, departments, etc.) in a way we are able to gain respect and love but at the same time leadership powers.

Furthermore, Sakyamuni Buddha in so many ways is also a diplomat. Politicians (Emperors, etc.) would go to Him and seek His advice, more than that He has curbed some wars and conflicts. This shows that when we tap into His power we are able to become diplomat and deal with high statesmen with confidence.

The best way to tap into the power of Sakyamuni Buddha and honor Him is by chanting His mantra, wearing His image, and more also lighting incense and making offerings in front of his image.

The mantras of Sakyamuni Buddha are:

OM MUNI MUNI MAHĀ MUNI YE SOHA

NAMO PEN SHI SHI CHIA MUNI FO

 

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Recite – A – Sutra (7): Recite the Ullambana Sutra on the 15th Day of the 7th Lunar Month – How the Hungry Ghost Month Is Not Just About Negative Energies – It Is Also Time To Change One’s Bad Fate to A Positive One!

Published August 15, 2016 by jptan2012

Today is such a special day, not for any other reason but because today (again time of writing does not necessarily reflect day of posting, although this will be posted on August 16, 2016) I get to share with you, as instructed by my Guru Lama the Ullambana Sutra, which is one of the most important Mahayana Sutra that has to be chanted on the fifteenth day of the seventh lunar month that is popularly known as the Hungry Ghost Festival, but as you will see the worst day of the year is also the Ullambana Day, which is a tool for us to turn this day into a positive one.

But I think I’m getting ahead of myself. I really don’t know where to start because I’m really excited to share this. I have been wanting to write about this but my Guru Lama has prohibited me from doing so, but now he has agreed that I write about it.

So let me see. Where do I start?

The Hungry Ghost Month, which happens on the 7th lunar month, is a dreaded month. Its peak is on the 15th day of the 7th lunar month. For this year, the peak happens on August 17, 2016. So it’s eve, which is on August 16 and a day after that which is the 18th of August are considered to be the second most dread day. There are a lot of negativities associated with the Hungry Ghost Month and the Hungry Ghost Festival, in fact, I have written much about it also, and the following are just some of it:

If you notice, there was a particular attention on the 2014 Hungry Ghost Month only because the effects of the Hungry Ghost that year was particularly strong. It was quite a bad year that year. A lot of the negative worldwide things that are still happening now started that year.

It is because of the things that I have written about that the Hungry Ghost Month is one of the most dreaded months of the year. And rightly so because the threat that it brings are very real. In fact, this year, the Olympics in Rio de Janeiro was filled with a lot of flaps from World Class athletes, there were also a lot of accidents and problems. Furthermore, on a personal level, I won’t be surprised if a lot of you are experiencing illness, depression, loss of money, or even loss of a relative, or had some accidents.

I have written extensively about the cures of the Hungry Ghost Month and will not write about them anymore but as some sort of review, the cures are Chung Kwei, Vajrapani Ruel, gold Kalachakra pendant, Surangama Mantra Amulet or even the Illness Suppression Amulet.

But today, what I would like to talk about is how the Hungry Ghost Festival, the day of the Hungry Ghost itself can be turned into a day of positive energy and attract good luck especially wealth luck and family luck.

I always say that when there is bad luck, I’m quite sure that the Buddha has provided us with the tools already. Sometimes we just have to discover them and find out about it.

The answer to countering this bad luck and turning it into a positive one is with the ULLAMBANA RITUAL. Needless to say the main ingredient in this ritual is by reciting the ULLAMBANA SUTRA!

First, what are the Ullambana Ritual and the Ullambana Sutra?

The Ullambana Sutra is one of the earliest sutras shared by Buddha Shakyamuni back at the days when He still has a physical body. The Ullambana Ritual is one of the oldest rituals; because it was first held during the time of Shakyamuni Buddha, again back at the days where He still has a physical body. Roughly speaking the ritual is about 3,000 years old. (Buddhism is about 500 years older than Christianity.)

If one does the Ullambana Ritual and chants the Ullambana Sutra, one has the power to save the lives of your elders up to 7 generations up. What good will this do? It will also create a tremendous amount of good luck for the one who did the ritual.

Ullambana is a Sanskrit word that means ‘to save from suffering’. Ullam means ‘being hung upside – down’, which was derived from a form of suffering experienced by Hungry Ghosts, and Bana means ‘to save’.

In the Buddha Speaks of the Ullambana Sutra, Maudgalyayana one of Buddha’s great disciple, Venerable Maudgalyayana, upon gaining the enlightenment and the Wisdom Eye, saw his mother became Hungry Ghosts and he saw that she is suffering and has an image of skin and bone, unable to take any food or drink. Venerable Maudgalyayana immediately made some food offering to his mother, but food when it was about to eaten by the spirit of his mother, turned into ashes. Venerable Maugdalyayana was deeply worried and asked Buddha for help.

At this point, allow me to lift several paragraphs from the website of BPL Monastery about the Ullambana Sutra and Ullambana Ritual:


Buddha told Maudgalyayana that due to his mother’s heavy karma Maudgalyayana alone was not enough to save her. On the 15th of July on the lunar calendar when all the monastics finished their summer retreat, he must offer to Sangha of the ten directions with a hundred kinds of delicacies. With the strengths of all the Sangha and the merit and virtue from such offering, he could then save his parents of the current life and seven lives past, and relatives from the suffering of the three evil paths.

Venerable Maudgalyayana followed Buddha’s instructions and was successful rescuing his mother from suffering as a hungry ghost. He then asked Buddha if Buddha’s disciples of the future wishing to practice filial piety could follow the Ullambana offering to help their parents of current and up to seven lifetimes past. Buddha answered, “Those who wish to practice compassionate filial conduct for the sake of the parents who bore them, as well as for the sake of fathers and mothers of seven lives past, on the fifteenth day of the seventh month, the Day of the Buddhas’ Delight, the Day of the Sangha’s Pravarana, they should vow to cause the length of life of the present father and mother to reach a hundred years without illness, without sufferings, afflictions, or worries, and also vow to cause seven generations of fathers and mothers to leave the sufferings of the hungry ghosts, to be born among men and gods, and to have blessings and bliss without limit.”

Who should do the Ullambana Ritual?

Well, technically speaking, we should all do the Ullambana ritual for our parents and other family members who passed away. We can also do this for all our ancestors and also for all sentient beings who are suffering in the realm of the Hungry Ghost.

However, if you notice that your suffering or bad luck started when a parent or family member passed away then you should definitely do the Ullambana ritual for that family member. Also, if you are suffering from lack of financial luck and also if you have a tremendous family problem you should definitely do the Ullambana ritual.

How often should you do it?

Do it every year, even if your parents are not in the realm of Hungry Ghost, or even if they have been reborn or reincarnated already, they will still benefit from the Ullambana ritual.

But more than that, we who offer them the Ullambana ritual will also gain a lot of blessings, but this should not be the primary reason, the primary concern should be for those relatives who have moved on.

How to do the Ullambana ritual?

Nowadays, Buddhist temples have made it easy for us to do the Ullambana ritual. All you have to do is go to the temple, and then register or enroll the name of the dead person whom you want the benefits of the ritual be offered to. The temple will arrange for you all the necessary offerings. You may or may not attend the actual ritual, but attending is highly encouraged because the merits gained when you attend is so much better or higher if you are physically and emotionally participating in the said ritual.

However, the purpose of this post is to teach you on how to do the ritual. Why? Because doing it yourself is so much better than having it done. What I usually do is enroll the name of my departed ancestor to a Buddhist temple and let them do the ritual, but at the same time, we also do the ritual at home.

Doing the ritual is actually easy, albeit it might be a little tedious.

Below is the step-by-step guide on how to do the ritual on the 15th day of the 7th lunar month:

Note: You can do the ritual anytime of the day, but it is better to do it early in the morning. Also preparing the ingredients a day before will make things easier. The most ideal time to do this is around 2AM.

  1. Brush your teeth and take a bath. Do not eat anything.
  2. Put on decent clothing.
  3. On a big table, put in the center an image of a Buddha or a Bodhisattva.
  4. Then put the following:
    1. Bowl of cooked rice put some chopsticks or spoon.
    2. A bowl of each vegetable that is either boiled or steamed: Broccoli, Carrots (cut into cubes), Cauliflower, Upo (White Squash / Sitting Vegetable) or Sayote (Chayote), Sweet Potatoes (Cut into Cubes), Mushroom, Radish (cut into cubes).
    3. The following fruits arrange into a small pyramid like structure: Apples, Oranges, Pears.
    4. One brunch or piece each of the following fruits: Pineapple, Banana, Grapes, Papaya or Pomelo or Watermelon or Melon.
    5. Three bottled water.
    6. Three blankets.
    7. Three Red Envelopes (Ang Pao) with some money.
    8. Optional: One to three sacks of rice.
    9. Optional: Fabric that is similar to what the monks wear.
  5. Light a single incense stick and chant the INCENSE PRAISE:
    1. The censer is now lit, suffusing the Dharma realm;
    2. And from afar the scent is inhaled by the True Buddha Assembly.
    3. Auspicious are the gathering clouds, as we now request,
    4. With sincere and earnest hearts, that all Buddha manifests.
    5. Homage to the Enlightened One, cloud canopy of fragrance, Bodhisattvas, Mahasattvas. (3x)
  6. Then light a candle or lamp.
  7. Then on a piece of yellow paper (lengthwise of a standard size bond paper), write the name of the person, date of birth and date of death. You can also put “ANCESTORS OF (YOUR NAME)”. Then place the paper near the foot of the image of the Buddha or Bodhisattva. You can do the writing before hand. If more than one name, one paper for each name. Use a red pentel pen in writing the names of the dead person.
  8. Then put the incense on an incense burner or incense holder or on the rice.
  9. Then face the table (standing) or make shift altar and chant the following three times while your palms are together in front of your chest, about an inch below your chin:
    1. Namo Fundamental Teacher Shakyamuni Buddha
  10. Then still in the same position, chant the following:
    1. The dharma infinitely profound and subtle, is rarely encountered even in a million of kalpas. We are now able to hear, recite, and follow it, may we realized the Tatagatha’s true meaning.
  11. Then take a seat.
  12. Chant the Ullambana Sutra (3x). Download  The Buddha Speaks of the Ullambana Sutra here.
  13. After chanting the mantra, stand up again and chant the following: LI PO LI PO TI, QIO HÊ QIO HÊ TO, TUO LO NI DI, NI HÊ LA TI, PI LI NI DI, MO HÊ QIE TI, QIEN LING QIE TI SA PO HÊ (3X)
  14. Get the bowl of rice and pinch a small amount and throw it on the East, then do the process again, this time West, then South, then North, then Northeast, Southeast, Northwest, and Southwest.
  15. Then burn the yellow papers.
  16. Dismantle the make shift altar, starting with the image of the Buddha or Bodhisattva.
  17. Keep the blanket, and also the sack of rice (if you offered them). Also keep the cloth (if you offered them).
  18. Keep the ang pao or red envelope with money.
  19. Bring the blanket, sack/s of rice, cloth and red envelope (ang pao) to a temple and donate it.

Some Buddhist temple will do the Ullambana for 7 consecutive days. Some will do it a few days before the Ullambana festival itself, but if you’re doing it at home, it is so much better to do it on the day of the Ullambana Festival itself (15th day of the 7th lunar month / coincides with the Hungry Ghost Festival).

You can also recite the Ullambana Sutra after the Ullambana Festival/Hungry Ghost Festival without doing the full ritual. Always end the reciting of the Ullambana Sutra by saying: I DEDICATE THE MERIT OF THIS DEED TO MY “PARENTS” OR “NAME OF A PERSON” OR “ANCESTORS”.

If you wish to know more about the Hungry Ghost Month, please read all the other articles by clicking here.

Or read the following:

TO UNDERSTAND MORE ABOUT THE HUNGRY GHOST MONTH, HUNGRY GHOSTS, IT’S EFFECTS, RITUALS AND PROTECTION READ THE FOLLOWING HUNGRY GHOSTS SERIES:

YOU MAY WISH TO READ THE FOLLOWING ALSO:

OR YOU CAN CLICK ON THE CATEGORY – KUWENTO TUNGKOL SA HUNGRY GHOST MONTH.

 

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Bodhisattva Mahasthamaprapta: A Powerful Bodhisattva That Gives Us Inner Strength!

Published August 15, 2016 by jptan2012

Today, you will receive two different posts. I have written these articles in advance already and are scheduled for automatic posting because one is the birthday of the said Bodhisattva, and the other is to give you enough time to prepare for the ritual.

It is quite exciting for me to write this post because on this post I will be introducing you to another powerful and highly revered Bodhisattva that is usually mistaken as Bodhisattva Kuan Yin (also spelled as Guan Yin, or known as Avalokitesvara, Kannon, Cannon, Guan Shi Yin, Kuan Shi Yin).

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Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva / Da Shi Zhi Pu Sa

Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva, like Kuan Yin Bodhisattva is actually a Bodhisattva Mahasattva, which means he is one of those higher Bodhisattvas. Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva is also known in Chinese as Da Shi Zhi Pu Sa. He is actually one of the three sages in Pure Land Buddhism that can be differentiated from by Guan Yin Bodhisattva with the jeweled pitcher adorning his/her crown. In Pure Land Buddhism, Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva is usually depicted in his/her female form.

A lot of Buddhist lineage considers Bodhisattva Mahasthamaprapta as representing wisdom, which makes him/her similar to Bodhisattva Manjushri. However, the difference, as his/her name means “arrival of great strength”, her form of wisdom is more in the form in inner strength in times of adversity.

Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva or Da Shi Zhi Pu Sa is part of the Amita Trinity, which consists of Amitabha Buddha, Guan Yin Bodhisattva, and Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva. He/She is also one the Eight Great Bodhisattvas in Mahayana Buddhism, here he/she is along with Bodhisattva Kuan Yin, Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha, Bodhisattva Manjushri, Bodhisattva Samantabhadra, Bodhisattva Akasagarbha, Bodhisattva Sarvanjyarana – Vishkambhin (which I will write about soon), and Bodhisattva Maitreya or is more popularly known as the Happy Fat Buddha.

Some Buddhist lineages sometime equate Bodhisattva Mahasthamaprapta with Bodhisattva Vajrapani, which makes her a very powerful Bodhisattva. Like Vajrapani Bodhisattva, she is also considered as a PROTECTOR OF THE BUDDHA. The SUTRA OF INFINITE LIFE talks about Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva in high regards.

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From left to right: Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva, Amitabha Buddha, Kuan Yin Bodhisattva

The Chinese Buddhist Encyclopedia has this to say about Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva:

In the Shurangama Sutra, Mahasthamaprapta tells of how he gained enlightenment through the practice of Buddha recitation, or continuous pure mindfulness of Amitābha, to obtain samādhi. In the Contemplation Sutra, Mahāsthāmaprāpta is symbolised by the moon while Avalokiteśvara is represented by the sun.
 Mahasthamaprapta (Sanskrit, “One Who Has Obtained Great Power”) awakens in humans their need to be liberated from Samsara. In Pure Land Buddhism he is often paired with Avalokiteshvara in association with Amitabha Buddha; Avalokiteshvara enacts Amitabha’s compassion, and Mahasthamaprapta brings to humanity the power of Amitabha’s wisdom.

Today is Bodhisattva Mahasthamaprapta’s Birthday or Feast day, and by chanting her mantra, we will definitely get some blessings. But more than that Mahasthamaprapta Bodhisattva’s is a great Bodhisattva to help us overcome addictions, or problems that has something to do with inner determination.

Bodhisattva Mahasthamaprapta’s mantras are the following:

HUM VAJRA PHAT (pronounced as Pay) OM VAJRA CHANDA (pronounced as Zhanzha) MAHA RO (pronounced as Luo) KHA NA HUM PHAT (pronounced as Pay).

also

NAMO DA SHI ZHI PU SA

 

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Get Rid of All Negativities!

Published August 13, 2016 by jptan2012

In my recent trip to Davao, I finally got to meet one of my reader turn friend, I’m talking about BM. Regular readers of my blog should be familiar with BM and in fact Angie whose story was shared also in the following posts – Half – A – Million Pesos Financial Luck for the Husband; A Career Luck of Promotion for the Only Child; And Continuous Flow of Money Luck and Wisdom Luck of Creativity for A Reader Who Got the Vajrapani Ruel and the Illness Suppression Amulet: Another Personal Testimony of A Reader! & Financial Blessing By Way of A Mysterious Money Deposit Received Two Days After Receiving the Vajrapani Ruel: A Personal Testimony of a Reader!  – even asked me about BM. Obviously, Angie is quite curious about BM.

I really cannot express how much BM has influenced me in making my decisions and also on how to deal with negativities. BM has always reminded me to just keep quiet and ignore negativities even if it comes from people, maybe especially from people. According to her this has been her secret in staying healthy, and feeling good. I suspect this is also the reason why she looks younger than her age, and despite being busy she looks fresh and relaxed.

But I’m veering away from what I really want to say. BM has been such a good influence over me and it’s proving that I’m learning a lot of things from her. One of these lessons is that for me to ignore or get rid of all negativities. Unfortunately, sometimes these negativities come from people.remove-suspicion-and-negativity

Recently, I ordered a Chung Kwei made from high-grade obsidian for BM. The guy who sells it is a Mainland Chinese married to a Filipino woman. During my conversation with the seller he agreed to give BM a discount, after we had agreed on the price he passed on to his wife the duty of sending it to me. There was a delay, and when I followed it up with her, she rudely said, “Never mind that it’s late, you got a big discount anyway!”

My usual self might have answered her back politely. However, I remembered BM’s statement and realized that I should just keep my mouth shut. I did. Thanks to BM I didn’t get any negative karma by answering back.

Just today (time of posting may not reflect time of writing), a lady reader called me to tell me that somebody supposedly called her. According to her that this woman who called told her that my Guru Lama is dead or has died and he used to head this Buddhist temple in Antipolo.

First, there is no Buddhist temple in Antipolo, at least not that I know of. I’m not even sure whether there is a Taoist temple there. If there is then I’m not aware of it. My Guru Lama is not base there, and definitely he is alive and kicking. Well, maybe not kicking, but he can still walk unaided despite of his advance age. I was initially irritated and told my reader to tell the woman who called her to prove what she is saying, because she can’t and she won’t be able to prove it because it is simply not the truth. You see the source of my initial irritation is why would somebody create a rumor that my Guru Lama is dead or has died. He is not very young but he is very much alive. In fact, I just got to talk to him the morning my reader called me. Also, I really don’t know the purpose of why that woman would call her, and add to that I really don’t know the purpose of why my reader would call me to simply tell me something that is clearly not true. Obviously the woman who called my reader has spare time and with nothing to do she just decided to come up with stories. Whether she is a rumormongering woman, as a friend pointed out, or not I don’t know, but there are a lot of people who sometimes do things without thinking about it properly and they become source of negative energy for others who entertain and get affected by them. My reader, whatever her intentions are should have use her discretion, anyway, I was initially irritated because during the Hungry Ghost Month it is believed that negative thoughts sent to a person is doubled or is powerful and may come true. By saying that my Guru Lama is dead or has recently died sends a negative energy of death to my Guru Lama and this got me really irritated. But thanks to BM because I remembered what she told me, so I just decided to end the conversation and put the phone down. Nothing good will come out from the said conversation. Besides I should have realized that the negative energy they send out against my Guru Lama will be deflected by his strong positive energy he possess.

My ideal conversations are with BM and Angie because it always ends with me learning something from them. I just hope that they are learn something from me also.

I’m sharing this with you now because I also want you my readers to learn what I learned from BM. Get rid of negativities! Get rid of  the source of negative energy and life will surely become better. BM is a living proof of that.

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Why the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro Is Plagued with Controversies and Accidents?

Published August 12, 2016 by jptan2012

Diving pool turns from blue to green.

World-class divers failing with their dives.

The Jaguar that was paraded killed.

Several journalists experienced theft or were robbed on the streets.

Several accidents happening to the best of athletes.

Marred by protestor that are trying to kill the flame of the Olympic torch.

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These are just some of the few problems that are happening with Olympics in Rio de Janeiro. And why are these things happening? I’m sure there are a lot of factors but personally; I think the biggest factor is that they opened the Olympics just when the Hungry Ghost Month for the year started.

When I heard about the problems they are experiencing in the Olympics in Rio, I was not really surprised because they opened during the Hungry Ghost Month, and that is to be expected.

In the same manner, if you open a business or moved in to a new house this Hungry Ghost Month you will sure experienced a lot of problems as well. So as much as possible avoid opening a new business, moving in to a new house, or making big decisions or business transactions this month.

If you wish to know more about the Hungry Ghost Month, please read all the other articles by clicking here.

Or read the following:

TO UNDERSTAND MORE ABOUT THE HUNGRY GHOST MONTH, HUNGRY GHOSTS, IT’S EFFECTS, RITUALS AND PROTECTION READ THE FOLLOWING HUNGRY GHOSTS SERIES:

YOU MAY WISH TO READ THE FOLLOWING ALSO:

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Half – A – Million Pesos Financial Luck for the Husband; A Career Luck of Promotion for the Only Child; And Continuous Flow of Money Luck and Wisdom Luck of Creativity for A Reader Who Got the Vajrapani Ruel and the Illness Suppression Amulet: Another Personal Testimony of A Reader!

Published August 10, 2016 by jptan2012

There are a lot of people like, Angie, whose personal testimony we are sharing today, who have wished for luck not just for themselves but also for their loved ones. However, Angie herself profess that she claims them even before it happens, but at the same time she remains selfless and humble.

Honestly I don’t know why would I start of by describing Angie, who requested that her family name not be shown, maybe it is because somewhere deep inside me I know that her nice predisposition in life has something to do with how fast and effective both the Vajrapani Ruel and the Illness Suppression works for her.

Angie and her family has received some financial luck or wealth luck, career luck, and money luck. But this is not the first time it happened to her. She previously has written to me about her personal miraculous testimonies about the Vajrapani Ruel and the Illness Suppression Amulet. Some of you might even remember her because her first email is a constant item in the ‘Most Read List’.

The first two articles written about and by Angie are the following:

I have received another email from Angie, and this time she shares with us about her husband financial luck who got more than half – a – million pesos (Php 500,000.00) from his stocks investment. Angie also shares about how her son got promoted, and lastly, she shares about her own miracles. But I would not further dilute it by writing it, it is better if you read it straight from Angie’s very own words. Below is the email of Angie which I copy – pasted here.

 Hi JP,

I would like to share more good news about my Vajrapani Ruel and Illness & Accident Suppression Amulet. Recently, my husband profited more than half a million pesos from his investments in the stock market. My son, who is a Director at a multinational credit/debit card company, was promoted to a higher position and will be posted soon in Australia as an expat. This is because he was able to exceed his target this year; signing up new, big accounts with the big banks which previously, his company couldn’t get. My son’s wife is a grade school teacher at an international school and has an online business that has been growing by leaps and bounds in the last 4 months. They both just vacationed in the US for 2 weeks. Meanwhile, money is continuously flowing into my life from expected and unexpected sources. These are not very huge amounts, but enough to enable me to buy what I want to buy so that I am continuously able to do what I love to do.

But what is more important is that I am getting new ideas everyday to expand my career. It is as though I am being guided by an unseen hand to pursue new ventures and meet new people who can help me expand my career. I will keep you updated on this phase of my career.

Last Aug. 1, we had dinner with our son and he told us that he was absent from work that day because when he woke up that morning, he had fever and LBM but as the day passed, he got better. He said that he took medicines and that he was fine. Next day, I read your warnings about the August Hungry Ghost Month and that the unlucky stars are now in the center of the house, so I decided to give him my Illness & Accident Suppression Amulet even if he doesn’t believe in it. He and his wife are born-again believers. I told him to keep it with him just until the end of the month. I am hoping that he will keep it beyond that, so I am now getting another one for myself.

I believe that both amulets have enabled me to exclude illness last month. Although I was feeling low energy and was about to get sick, I consulted with my doctor in time to get a new supplement that enabled me to have a strong immune system. Last year, when I experienced the same symptoms, my doctor prescribed many supplements and treatments that failed to work at first but eventually healed me after 3 months of hit and miss diagnoses. The Illness & Accident Suppression Amulet really works!

Many spiritual teachers and websites have also issued warnings about this month ranging from very strong cosmic energies bombarding the earth, to aligning of certain planets, etc. Have you noticed that there are a lot of accidents, killings, and deaths occurring now here and abroad? As one of your readers, I am constantly grateful that I was led to your blog so I can find the cures and remedies for these negative external forces. Thank you, JP, for your advice and for your blog. You are a great blessing to all of us. May I request not to mention my name if you will post my letter because not everyone who knows me will understand what we are doing.

You can also read the following posts about the Vajrapani Ruel:

If you want to understand more about the Illness Suppression Amulet you can read the following posts:

  1. Blessing in Disguise: How the Illness Suppression Amulet Saved A Family From An Accident By Causing Some ‘Inconvenience’.
  2. A Reader Shares Her Stories About the Vajrapani Ruel, Illness Suppression Amulet, Buddhism, and Other Things…
  3. Brothers Who Refused to Have the “Illness Suppression Amulet’ Surprisingly Claims to Have Increased Wealth Luck Since Having It: A Personal Testimony of A Reader
  4. A Grandmother Starts Feeling Better Because of the Illness Suppression Amulet: A Personal Testimony of A Reader
  5. Baby’s Illness Cured With The Illness Suppression Amulet: A Personal Testimony of A Reader
  6. Illness Suppression Amulet: A Must Have Anti – Illness and Anti – Accident Amulet for 2016 and Beyond!

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