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The Vajrapani Ruel Stories (4): Received the Needed Financial and Wealth Blessings to Solve Money Problems

Published Enero 29, 2015 by jptan2012

Although I have always known about the Vajrapani Ruel, it is only when it was made available thru my Guru Lama that I’m totally beginning to understand it’s tremendous miraculous power that it can bestow to whoever has it. What’s even more surprising it the relatively very fast effect on SOME (and I would like to stress on the word some) of those who was able to avail of the Vajrapani Ruel.

EL a 47 – year – old single mother who works, as a real estate sales agent is a long time reader of the blog. She has 2 sons, one is a graduating student and is in his early 20s, and the other is a 19 – year –old college student. According to EL, the only tragedy that she considers in her life was when she lost her husband 11 years ago, and as a result she really had to work hard and act as both father and mother to her children. However, she said her children are really nice, they’re what everybody mother dreams of, sure they might be a little naughty at times, but generally speaking they’re good children and has not given her any problems.money falling

However, middle of last year her second son simply wanting to have fun, misjudged his decision, he borrowed his friend’s brand new car and decided to drive around the village. He lost control of the car, and got into an accident. Both his friend’s car and the car of the other party got serious damaged. Several people were hurt, most of them required being hospitalized, and EL’s son sustained the worst injury.

As a settlement for his son’s mistake, they ended up shouldering all the hospital bills of those who were involved, and also expenses incurred for the repair of the cars. This is another dark time in EL’s life, because they weren’t even sure whether her son will be able to walk again and she had to pay for a lot of bills, not to mention the medical bills of her son especially he has to go thru rehabilitation.

All these combined incurred a great financial toll on her, not to mention that she has to take time out from work to take care of her son. She incurred a lot of debt. For the first time in years she failed to pay her amortizations.

Out of desperation she called me to ask for help, and gave her some mantras to recite which she said helped ease the burden a little, but not enough. She is totally worried for her son’s future, and she seems not to care about her own except that for the future of her sons. When she read about the Vajrapani Ruel, she decided to get one for herself. She actually got it the same that JS that I talked about on the post entitled THE VAJRAPANI RUEL STORIES (3): HOW A MAN GOT HIS LAND BACK AFTER A 20 – YEAR – OLD LEGAL BATTLE.

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.

Just recently, EL called me up to share the good news. According to her, because of an accounting error, the company she worked for her failed to remit to her some of her commissions. Nobody noticed this, and she herself didn’t realize this. The accumulated unremitted amount is big enough for her to pay off her debts and have some extra. She totally attributes this blessing to the Vajrapani Ruel, because this happened about 2 weeks after she got the Vajrapani Ruel. She pointed out that the error was also accidentally discovered a day after she got the Vajrapani Ruel. Apparently, their accountant who has recently retired was preparing for the official turn – over when she discovered the mistake of her department. Well, what are coincidences but our mind’s way to explain a miracle, and EL firmly believes that what happened was the Vajrapani Ruel’s way of helping her!!!!

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

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Sincerity and Selflessness are Important Ingredients for an Amulet to Work Really Well

Published Enero 28, 2015 by jptan2012

sinceritySometimes I wonder why Feng Shui charms or Buddhist amulet works better for others but not for some people. For example, the Vajrapani Ruel, simply having it for a few days garnered a miraculous result for a man who sincerely wants to get a miracle for his mother. The WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT, which has a very high personal testimony profile works really well for a lot of people but can’t be denied that for some people, at best it only makes a gradual easing of life for them.

I believe that whether one believes in these things or not, it is bound to work. However, why does it work so well for others and for others it simply acts a paddle for a strong current of the river?

I believe there are a lot of factors that leads to the difference in the result such as karma (both personal and collective), over – all Feng Shui of the house or office (if one is continuously exposed to bad Feng Shui), but I believe one essential ingredient in the difference is sincerity and selflessness.

Allow me to use JS as an example. When he got the Vajrapani Ruel his sincere wish was not for himself but for his mother. Sincerity and Selflessness are both present thus the swiftness of his miraculous experience should not be surprising.

When I reviewed the personal testimonies from readers about the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT, I noticed that sincerity is always present and that a lot of them wished for a good life not for themselves but for someone else, be it a family member or a friend. Of course, there are some wishes that are quite personal, but if you notice, even these doesn’t really stem out of selfishness but rather simply wanting to better themselves.

Allow me to share a story. One common Buddhist practice is the offering of light whether candle, oil, butter or artificial (like using lamps) to the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. It is said that this happened in a temple in China. As a sign of his gratitude, a rich businessman would always make light offerings to the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, he will offer the annual light offering, which is for the whole year of lighted lamp for certain Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, he will also make monthly light offerings, weekly light offerings, furthermore he will also offer light offerings for special occasions, but more than that he will also make daily light offerings. It is said that he spends thousands and thousands of money for all his light offerings. He’d go to the temple everyday to do this.

One day, when he arrived at the temple, an old beggar lady approached her to ask for some coin. He gave the old woman some coins (for the purpose of writing this story let’s just say he gave him 2 pesos) and then he proceeded to the temple counter to buy and donate money for his daily light offering. Beside him was the old woman also and requesting for a candle so that she can make a daily light offering. She then proceeded to make a donation of 2 pesos. He was surprised and impressed with the old beggar lady so he gave her a few more pesos, the old beggar lady then proceeded to give all the money that the rich businessman to the temple as her donation for the daily light offering. The rich businessman then told him why don’t she leave some money for her to eat and the old beggar lady simply smiled at him and said that she wished to give the daily light offering for the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas.selflessness.letters

They then proceeded to make their light offering. At that time they were only two of them who is doing the light offering, and after they made their daily light offering, the old beggar lady with her single candle, and the rich businessman with his hundreds of light.

Naturally, because he lighted hundreds of candle it took him some time to finish and the old beggar lady has already left when he finished. Just when he was about to step out of the temple hall, a strong gust of wind suddenly blew out all the fire in the hall, except for one candle, and it was the candle of that was lighted by the old beggar lady.

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.

Perplexed the rich businessman seeks the counsel of a temple monk. After having heard of the full story, the monk then said that he believes it happened so that the rich businessman learn a valuable lesson, and that is sincerity and selflessness in doing things. You see while the whole temple may have been lighted because of his numerous offerings, it is clear that he only gives what is convenient for him and unlike the old beggar lady who sincerely gave everything that she has and was selfless in the process not worrying about her food.

The story hopes to draw out the lesson of the importance of sincerity and selflessness and I believe that you will be able to tap into the power of your amulets or charms like the Vajrapani Ruel or the various images of the Buddha and Bodhisattvas that one wear as pendant if this is combined with the spirit of sincerity and selflessness.

Please note that this article has been written several days ago and was posted via the automatic scheduled posting.

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Basic Buddhism (1): An Introduction and What to do When You Meet A Buddhist Monk or Nun

Published Enero 26, 2015 by jptan2012

My email has been barraged with questions and requests for the Vajrapani Ruel, unfortunately, I don’t think I’ll be able to read all emails and between emails about the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT, the FOUR DHARMKAKAYA RELIC MANTRAS AMULET, the NAMTSO SALT, and now the VAJRAPANI RUEL, I think there would be more unanswered emails and I’m really sorry for this.

The internet has made it possible for people to know more about Buddhism and Buddhist amulets, however, I’m afraid that the internet has also, in a way, distorted the real concept of Buddhism. Buddhism is not simply about lighting incense, or wearing images of the Buddhas or Bodhisattvas or Deities, or chanting mantras. Buddhist is all that but it is definitely much more than that, what I’ve written here on this blog, despite of the fact that some people saying it is substantial, is in reality just a fraction of what Buddhism really is.

The popularity of the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT with it’s numerous personal testimonies, the demand for the FOUR DHARMAKAYA RELIC MANTRAS AMULET, the rising popularity and demand both for the NAMTSO SALT and the VAJRAPANI RUEL, which is considered as the most powerful amulet the Buddhist pantheon, may have diverted some people from understanding real Buddhism.

Yes, the NAMTSO SALT, the VAJRAPANI RUEL, and the FOUR DHARMAKAYA RELIC MANTRAS AMULET are some of the most powerful amulets in the world. In fact, according to Lama Zopa Rinpoche, all stupas should contain the Four Dharmakaya Relic Mantras! (Speaking of Stupas and Four Dharmakaya Relic Mantras, in the next few days you shall read my post about it and regarding the special gift I got from a reader, AC. These are all written already but will be posted automatically via the scheduled post.) But these things are not available to everybody, and having a bigger picture of what Buddhism is all about is way better than simply having one of these items. The WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT, which is no longer available for new requests until we have delivered all requests for it, also garnered some popularity the past two years with my inbox loaded with a lot of personal testimonies about it. Again, these are just tools, Buddhism is all so much more about that.

Thus, I have decided to come up with a new category and series called BASIC BUDDHISM. The objective of which is really to talk about Buddhism outside the amulets, the wearing of pendants. The topics are going to be pretty basic because I don’t think I can talk about Buddhism deeply, but the topics should be able to give you some basic guideline on Buddhist protocol and on basic Buddhism. Nevertheless, you should understand, that there are many lineage of Buddhism. In Tibetan Buddhism alone, there are four lineages, and there is Mahayana Buddhism and there is Zen Buddhism, and Pure Land Buddhism, their basic teachings are basically the same but there may be some variations. What I will discuss here is the Buddhism that I practice, which is a mixture of Tibetan, Mahayana and Zen Buddhism. I will try my best to be very specific as to what kind of Buddhism I’m talking about if it’s possible.Buddhist monks2

After the long introduction, today let me start with something quite simple, let me talk about a basic Buddhist protocol and I chose this topic because a lot of people have been asking me about this.

What to do when you meet a Buddhist monk or nun?

Let me start for non – Buddhist. Please do not stare at them, and if you have some belief and respect for Buddhism bowing your head is already a sign of respect.

For Buddhist, it is customary to greet Buddhist monks and nuns with OM MANI PADME HUM, or AMITOFU, or NAMASTE. Do this and do a half – bow, which is actually bowing, from your waist. Make sure that you put your palms together.

Make sure you don’t touch them, especially if you’re of different gender, this is considered disrespectful. In some countries, like Thailand, Cambodia, Vietnam, the Buddhist monks there are not even allowed to receive things from women.

It is customary to let them pass first and bow once they have pass.

For some lineage, especially Tibetan Buddhism, it is important that you don’t stand taller than the lama; so bending your knee a little is widely appreciated.

The Vajrapani Ruel Stories (3): Early Karmic Death was Erased with Good Deeds and the Vajrapani Ruel

Published Enero 25, 2015 by jptan2012

In my post called THE WORLD’S MOST POWERFUL AMULET IN THE BUDDHIST PANTHEON CALLED VAJRAPANI RUEL, I mentioned how I’ve always wanted and desired to get the Vajrapani Ruel, which is technically not an amulet. It is generally called an amulet for the lack of term, but it is one of the highest and most powerful forms of amulet in the world. It is an ‘amulet’ that proves to be one of the most difficult to acquire. In fact, the last time it was made was 40 to 50 years ago.

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.

The Vajrapani Ruel is just one of 3 different known ruels in the world, and it is said that the Vajrapani Ruel is the most powerful ruel. Not only is it a protective ruel, but it is also a wish and wealth granting ruel.

According to my Guru Lama, I may be the very first person to write about the Vajrapani Ruel for the general public. Meaning on the net. There are some very rare and quite few books written about the Vajrapani Ruel in Tibetan, and ironically in Chinese. I say, ironic because the Chinese government is one reason why the Vajrapani Ruel and other Buddhist holy objects and amulets are even rarer and really scarce these days. In fact, some Buddhist monks, specially the younger ones, might have heard of it but has not actually seen one.

However, I was surprised that when I wrote about the Vajrapani Ruel, there are a few friends and fellow Buddhist students from Malaysia and Singapore who contacted and expressed their excitement about the Vajrapani Ruel. Maybe it is not as ‘unknown’ as my Guru Lama thought it is to be.

One of my Nepalese – Chinese friends from Singapore shared with me a story, which was supposedly shared with him by his grandmother. The story was shared with him because his grandmother was the one who first told him about the Vajrapani Ruel and she also kept on telling my friend to find and get one if he can.

Today, allow me to share that story with you. Please note that given the story was only transmitted orally to my friend who shared it with me also, I cannot vouch for the 100% accuracy.

According to my friend’s grandmother (GM), as told to me by my friend, she first heard about the Vajrapani Ruel when she was a young girl in Nepal. The eldest grandson (EGS) of the their family, which is GM’s cousin, was committed by their grandparents to become a monk. So at the young age of 4 or 5, according to my friend there are times that GM will say 4 but there are times that she will say it’s 5, he was sent to the monastery where GM’s and EGS’s eldest uncle was also a monk (UM/Uncle Monk).

The Venerable Abbot of the said monastery and temple was an enlightened man who has psychic abilities. He was able to divine that EGS will not become a monk because he is destined to die at the age of 7 because of bad karma that he earned in his previous life. However, he also felt that he should still accept him so that he can help prepare EGS for his next life. Venerable Abbot confided this to UM, and they decided that when the time comes, they would send EGS back home for a ‘vacation’ so that he can spend time with his family. They’re doing this because they don’t want EGS’s family to be heartbroken.

Soon the time of his supposed death was about to arrive. So Venerable Abbot and UM decided to send EGS home, but before it happened, Venerable Abbot confided to another old monk about the situation. The old monk then told Venerable Abbot that he would be willing to share his Vajrapani Ruel to EGS, that it may aide him to get a better next life because the Vajrapani Ruel also helps cleanse bad karma.

So EGS was sent back home for a 3 – month long vacation, because as divine by the Venerable Abbot, EGS shall passed on the last week of his 3rd month ‘vacation’ in his family home. To get the Vajrapani Ruel, they decided to tell the family of EGS to bring EGS back to them after the end of the third month. But at that time they decided not to tell EGS’s family what the Venerable Abbot has foreseen.

At the end of the third month, UM will always wait for his brother or any of his family members to go the monastery and temple to inform them of EGS’s death. Then on his 3rd or 4th day of waiting of a family member, he did see his brother, EGS’s father coming, but much to his surprised EGS was with him.

UM was really surprised because their Venerable Abbot is known for his the accuracy of his divinations and he really couldn’t believe that Venerable Abbot will fail in his divination of EGS’s karmic death. Soon, Venerable Abbot did another divination, and saw that indeed his bad karma of an early death has been erased. He also saw that the Vajrapani Ruel didn’t actually changed his life but it did enhanced a good deed of the boy that lead him to eradicate his bad karma.

Venerable Abbot interviewed EGS and asked him what he did when he went home. EGS was unable to share anything specific as to what could have changed in his karma. In fact, he and his father said that aside from doing his duties to chant the mantras, he will just simply go out and play in the pond or lake or the woods everyday, he was just being a boy and sometimes he will help his parents with their chores. Venerable Abbot didn’t think that helping do the household chores is enough good karma to erase his bad karma of an early death. But they were unable to get anything out from the boy and so they just let it go.

Several weeks after EGS went back to the monastery, he asked permission to go to the nearby pond. When asked why, EGS replied that when he went back home for his vacation, he noticed that their pond is full of ants, and a lot of times several of these ants will fall off the water. He felt bad for them so he would save as many as he can. He then said, that while playing in the lake, he would also make sure that the little insects will not fell go near the water so that they won’t drown, furthermore, he’ll sometimes go into the woods to pick up fruits the fell off the trees to feed the various insects.

In Buddhism, all animals or insects are considered to have precious life. So by saving an ant tantamount to saving a life, and thus creates good karma.

In Buddhism, all animals or insects are considered to have precious life. So by saving an ant tantamount to saving a life, and thus creates good karma.

That’s when the Venerable Abbot realized what saved EGS. His good deeds and compassion towards the insects earned him a lot of good karma, and because he has the Vajrapani Ruel at that time, which has the ability to erase bad karma and enhanced good karma, EGS’s karmic death was erased. According to GM, although she has lost touch with her family in Nepal, she believes that EGS who is a few years younger than her is now still a monk in Nepal. The last time she heard EGS was the assistant to the new Venerable Abbot.

This is proof that having the Vajrapani Ruel really helps in making a better life possible.

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

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

 

How Many Incense Should We Really Light?

Published Enero 24, 2015 by jptan2012

burning-incensePeople often asks me as to how much incense stick to use when lighting it as an offering to the Buddhas or Bodhisattvas or Deities or Taoist Gods.

Traditionally speaking people do really light three incense sticks and when one is petitioning for something, it is sometimes advised to use nine incense sticks, if what you are petitioning for concerns about an immediate physical danger, then seven incense sticks are used.

However, times have changed. People are now more conscious about Global Warming, and globally Buddhist temples are becoming more aware as to how much they or we are contributing to global warming. Our incense sticks these days are no longer as environmentally friendly as what they used in the old days, which is very organic and much harder to do. In fact, in Malaysia alone, there is now only one family who makes an organic and environmentally friendlier incense stick, and it is said that they won’t last much long because their price is much higher than a commercially made incense stick. But the problem is the incense stick that we used these days contributes a lot to global warming and to answer this concern, a lot of Buddhist Temples around the world has now started encouraging people to simply light one incense stick. ONE HEART, ONE INCENSE. Some temples even encourage that ONE HEART, ONE FAMILY, ONE INCENSE. Meaning, it is the head of the family who is encouraged to light the incense for the whole family.

The truth is I find it hard to transfer from three to one. Because three for me always represents, OM AH HUM or Buddha, Dharma, and Sangha. But if you look at Buddhist scriptures, there are really nowhere in them that say we needed to light three incense sticks. And if you look at the number of incense sticks being ‘unnecessarily’ burned everyday, and the damage it is doing to the environment, it is really more Buddhist to simply light one incense stick.

Again ONE HEART, ONE INCENSE and ONE HEART, ONE FAMILY, ONE INCENSE!

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Know the History of Your Second Hand Car

Published Enero 23, 2015 by jptan2012

A friend’s friend bought a second hand car about a year ago, and since it was his first car he was really happy about it. The price was quite reasonable and the condition of the car is still very good.

The ecstatic feeling lasted about a week, because just a week after he had his first car an accident happened. He was on his way from the office when he suddenly lost control of his car and bumped into an electrical post. The car was slightly damaged but he was otherwise fine. However, it turns out to be the first of a series of accidents.car

All in all, he had of total of 5 accidents in a span of a year! Two of which are really bad. One was when a bus driver fell asleep as bumped into him. He has to be hospitalized for a day for a concussion, and the most recent one is when a he ran into another multi – vehicle accident involving a taxi and a motorbike. Again he was rushed to the hospital and had to have some stitches.

My friend suggested to him to ask me as to what can be causing his bad luck. The first thing I asked him is whether he is familiar with the history of his car and recommended that he put a Kalachakra and a Kuan Yin or Kuan Kong inside his car. He heeded my recommendation but still proceeded to check the history of his car.

What he found out was a little unnerving. As it turn out, on major reason the car was sold to him is because the previous owner had several accidents, one of which, was freak accident because the damaged to the car was minimal but lead to the death of a friend of the previous owner. For some reason the said friend was hit badly that he died inside the car. He didn’t suffer any wound but his spine was damaged.

The next time you’re buying a second hand car look beyond the price and the condition of the car. Find out its history.

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