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All posts for the month Mayo, 2015

The Bad Effects of Eating Processed Foods in a Feng Shui Perspective

Published Mayo 30, 2015 by jptan2012

Is there such things Feng Shui of the food that we eat? Well…the answer is YES, there is such a thing as Food Feng Shui. This may be a little extreme, and I personally don’t really follow this so much because at this time and age, it can be quite difficult to follow. But centuries ago this is something that’s followed, especially by older people and parents for their kids.processed-foods

Some foods are categorized as yang, and some foods are categorized as yin. Yin and Yang food intake should be balance and eating too much yin is bad, but eating so much yang is also bad. I can’t really go into so much detail about Food Feng Shui because this is not something I really focused on so much, but I believe each one of us should understand that processed foods are considered extremely yin.

Science has the answer as to why we shouldn’t eat too much yang food, but in Feng Shui eating too much yang food is also very bad, because this increases our yin energy and make us more susceptible to the effects of negative energy.

Coincidence or Another Vajrapani Ruel Story?

Published Mayo 29, 2015 by jptan2012

A few weeks ago a reader got a Vajrapani Ruel(1) and soon some wonderful coincidences started happening. Is this a another Vajrapani Ruel(2) story or simply just that a coincidence? Let me share JF’s story here with you.

JF describes himself as a small-scale entrepreneur. He owns a lotto outlet, and some food stalls in 7 different malls. According to JF while business is doing good, he and his wife finds it difficult to budget their earnings because of the usual daily expenses in their household and for their kids, they have to take care of his sick mother who lives with them, and at the same time they have to help in the hospital expensed of his sick mother – in – law also.

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.

He has some other prospects for additional income for his family but things are looking pretty bleak. Some of these prospective additional incomes are a job opportunity in England for him, and a prime spot for 2 more food stalls that they have been aspiring for but are occupied by 2 other persons.

JF initially wanted the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT, but as per my recommendation he decided to take the Vajrapani Ruel(3) instead. Within a week’s time of having the Vajrapani Ruel(4), JF got a call asking him to immediately process his papers for England because he got the job, this is something that he has been waiting for years!!! And one of the coveted prime spots that they want was vacated and they were offered to have the place!!! Coincidence or a Vajrapani Ruel(5) miraculous story? I don’t know, all I know is that I’m happy for JF!

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The Power of A Light Offering

Published Mayo 23, 2015 by jptan2012

I believe I have written about the importance of light offering, but I want to write about it again simply because a of people have been requesting for the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT and the VAJRAPANI RUEL. Both don’t come cheap and the pendant is no longer available because of production delays and the Vajrapani Ruel is also quite pricey and is very limited.

Some temples use faux or fake candles for their light offering. Makes it more economical and a lot more safer.

Some temples use faux or fake candles for their light offering. Makes it more economical and a lot more safer.

One of the major reason why people are asking for this because they’re having a spade of bad luck, however, the pendant and the Vajrapani Ruel, although has a very high level of effectivity and a high number of personal testimonies attached to them, are not the only way to attract good luck. One very simple but very effective way is to go to a temple and do a light offering.

Some temple still do this the traditional way by allowing you to light some candles, but some do this by giving you a rechargeable faux candle. Either of the two is very effective.

So next time you feel like there is some bad luck, go to a temple and make a light offering.

Note: Some temples call this as lamp offering.

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Selfishness Hinders Your Good Luck!

Published Mayo 21, 2015 by jptan2012

selfishA lot of people who are into Feng Shui sometimes wonder as to why they don’t really get a shower of blessings even if they have been practicing Feng Shui for a long time. There are a lot of reasons for this, but I notice one of the most common factors is selfishness.

MU is a believer of Feng Shui, in fact, she can be a Feng Shui consultant herself because it seems like she has mastered Feng Shui herself simply by reading all the Feng Shui books, blogs, and talking to Feng Shui enthusiasts and consultants. Her life has been okay, but not really great. Despite of the fact that she seems to be a walking Feng Shui store (she wears every Feng Shui charm that she can wear) her life has been mediocre even if she is intelligent.

If I were to analyze as to what is the reason why Feng Shui has not has much effect on her is because she is selfish. While she would gladly dispense of Feng Shui advice to her friends, she will always make it a point that her friends doesn’t get to meet the Feng Shui experts that she consult. She doesn’t want them to be able to directly consult to her Feng Shui expert friends. Furthermore, if she doesn’t like the person she would withhold some important Feng Shui information so that the person doesn’t get the luck she needs. Selfish isn’t it?

Remember if you are selfish Feng Shui charms may work for you but it is going to be limited, even if you use some of the most effective Feng Shui charms or amulets known to mankind like the Vajrapani Ruel. At most the effect will still be minimal.

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Soulmates: From the Perspective of Buddhism

Published Mayo 19, 2015 by jptan2012

soulmates-teres-lillianKarma and Reincarnation are well-accepted beliefs in Buddhism. In fact, the principle of cause and effect, which is karma, explains why there is suffering in this world. Reincarnation is also, as mentioned, a well-accepted Buddhist belief. It is impossible to be Buddhist and not believe in reincarnation. But this doesn’t necessarily mean that it is good. Because for Buddhism, the ultimate goal is to stop samsara, or the process of rebirth, your ultimate goal is to attain enlightenment and stop being rebirth to learn your lesson.

Soulmates, which is the process of meeting a soul or consciousness from your past lives that has a strong affinity with you is a romanticized version of a Buddhist belief. In Buddhism, soulmate are actually a form of attachment, and in Buddhist teachings as long as you have attachments you will not attain enlightenment thus will continue the process of reincarnation. In fact, the strongest soulmates are twins.

Again, having a soulmate is actually bad for Buddhism because this means your consciousness or soul is very attached to another consciousness or soul and as mentioned, any form of attachment is bad because this prevents us from attaining enlightenment.

But note that attachment and the capability to love are two different things. But more on that on my succeeding articles.

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Myth Buster 21: Seeing a Bald Guy Person Before Gambling is Bad Luck

Published Mayo 19, 2015 by jptan2012

Gamblers has this belief that when they come across a bald person just before they gamble that would mean that they will surely lose money that day. Is this true?

Before I answer the question, I would like to state first, that in Buddhism any form of gambling is bad, although in Taoism, they have a looser stance on gambling. Personally, I don’t believe in gambling.bald guy

But where did the belief that coming across a bald person before gambling is bad luck. A lot of Chinese, NOT ALL, but a lot are gamblers, and this is true not just these days but also during the olden times. During those times, in China, all people even men sports long hair and nobody ever cut their hair short or go bald except Buddhist monks. So a gambler will only come across a bald person if the person is a monk. At that time, they believe that coming across a monk is a sign that they will not win in gambling because deep in their hearts they know that gambling is bad and that the holy person makes them guilty about gambling. However, why is it the belief these days is that coming across a bald person and not a monk gives you bad luck. This is because during those times, they believe that it is bad luck to state that a monk will give you bad luck, so they try to speak in codes and say a bald person instead. Thus the belief that bald person is a sign that you will lose in gambling started to come about.

Incidentally, I have received a lot of inquiries whether the Vajrapani Ruel will work for gambling. In Buddhism, it is quite hard to give a definitive answer because the Buddha states an act can only be judge with the person’s deepest real intent, meaning a bad act may be considered good depending on the very real sincere intent of the person. However, off hand, the answer to the question whether the Vajrapani Ruel will work for gambling is no.

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Myth Buster 20: Don’t Offer Sour Green Mangoes to the Buddhas

Published Mayo 17, 2015 by jptan2012

green mangoOne of the most common misconceptions I have ever encountered is that it’s bad to offer to the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Deities, and Taoist Gods unripe, sour, green mango. People believe that unripe mango is sour; it is not pleasant to the Buddhas, etc. I really don’t know where this belief came from but as I mentioned this a misconception, and the belief that offering green mangoes to the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Taoist Gods, Deities, etc. will create bad luck is but a myth.

The truth is when offering mangoes to the Buddha, Bodhisattvas, Deities, Taoist Gods, it is better to offer green mangoes first. However, one should wait for these mangoes to ripened first before taking it off the altar. In doing this, this signifies that you submit the ‘sour’ things in your life, the bad things in your life; your bad karma of your life to them so that they can help you sweetened them and makes your life good. Even if your life is going smoothly, and you feel like there’s no problem, doing this is still better.

One thing that you have to watch out for though is when the mango refuses to ripen, or when it seems to go to rot right away and it seems to skipped the ripen stage, that would mean that you might be having a problem soon. When this happen simply chant mantras to help ensure that the problem doesn’t push through.

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