All posts for the month Hulyo, 2015

Understanding the Vajrapani Ruel Stories: Clarifying the Difference in the Miracles and Why the Anonymity of Those Who Experienced It!!

Published Hulyo 29, 2015 by jptan2012

Recently, I wrote about the story of RP whose family, as of the writing of this post, had three Vajrapani Ruel miraculous stories, two of which have been initially written about. The one experienced by his wife, MP, entitled “90 Million Pesos Mutual Funds Deal Closed Without A Sweat!” gathered the highest number of reactions for the Vajrapani Ruel Stories series (for lack of a better word) from readers, most of it, majority of it are positive reactions, while a few are negative.

Some people find it hard to comprehend that a financial advisor can close a mutual fund deal worth Php 90,000,000.00 (ninety million Philippine pesos), which is approximately US$ 2,000.000.00 (two million US dollars)! Actually its less than two million US dollars (approximately 1.9+ M US dollars) base on the latest exchange rate at the time of writing this post. Please note that the time of writing and posting may be different. But I guess this only shows the limited perspective of a person. Sometimes, the miracles we attract depends on the how wide is our perspective, so that is one reason why some people get so much miracles and some seems to have only a ‘handful’.

However, I believe our past life karma and immediate past karma in the present life has a big significance on the kind and ‘amount’ of miracle one receives. Most of my readers are familiar with karma so I will not expound on it, you can also search on it if you are not familiar with karma. Allow me to clarify this by giving you an example, but because I don’t read past lives, the only example I can give is the one that I’m sure happened in the present life.

First example, MP who was able to close the Php 90,000.00 mutual funds deal, is not a neophyte financial advisor. She must have established a name for herself, and she must have handled the past accounts properly that’s why when the construction magnate decided to buy a 90 million pesos mutual fund MP is the one he contacted. Furthermore, what she did with part of the commission that she earned will give you a perspective of what kind of a person she is. As mentioned in my post, I believe part of the money went to the restoration of a church and part went to computers for a public school.

Likewise, AP, RP and MP’s daughter, whose story I also recent shared with you must have been a good employee. Otherwise, the Vajrapani Ruel wouldn’t have worked so well with them.

If you can recall the story of GS in the Vajrapani Ruel Stories entitled “Miraculous Healing and an Unexpected ‘Miraculous’ Financial and Wealth Luck”, you will note GS and her husband, although I didn’t explicitly wrote about it, it can be deducted that they are good, hard working people who wants the best for their family.

Also for the very first modern day Vajrapani Ruel story that I shared entitled “How A Man Got His Land Back After A 20 – Year – Old Legal Battle” it is quite obvious that JS is a good son and a good person. So it is safe to conclude that karma has something to do with the degree of miracle one can experience from the Vajrapani Ruel.

But take note that it doesn’t mean that a bad person won’t experience miracles from the Vajrapani Ruel. Remember, we don’t know anything about a person’s past life karma, and it is entirely possible that if they have gotten enough good karma in the past, no matter how unfair it seem may be especially if they’re bad now, they may still reap it’s fruits in this life with the help of the Vajrapani Ruel.

Before I address the second most questions, which is why I only put initials in the stories that I share in my blog and has never publicly stated their name, I would like to explain why I want to address this question.

People have been asking me how come I have never tried what other Feng Shui consultants are doing. That is to publicly declare the names of those who consults them. I have long ignored this question because (1) I started the blog for the sole purpose of me wanting to write, this blog was never intended to become a Feng Shui blog but fate has something else in store for me and for this blog and that is to make it a Feng Shui blog. Furthermore, (2) I have always taken a stance that I don’t care whether people believe me or not, it’s up to them, or it’s up to you who read this blog. Whether you believe what I write here or not doesn’t change anything about the things that I have written and will be writing. But some people have since taken misinterpreted this action, and a few even took advantaged of this action.

In the course of writing on this blog, I have made some mistakes. I guess it was arrogance that made me feel that I don’t have much responsibility to the people who write to me or to the people who are asking for my help because I’m not a professional or commercialized (please note that professional and commercialized here are not used in the same breath) Feng Shui consultant, and that I’m here only because I love to write and happen to have wide training in Feng Shui, and that I’m just helping people out. That is where the arrogance comes in, no matter how subtle, it is arrogance and I admit to that fault. As a result, I ignored a lot of warning signs and in the process and have hurt some people. Some of them has since aired their feelings and are being addressed albeit slowly but they are being addressed. Again, a lot of people had taken advantage of this situation. But suffice to say the legit people who were hurt are being addressed. Also happy to know that two of these people have already experienced some miracle, specifically those who identified themselves as Ruth and Marian. I have written about their stories and it’s scheduled to be posted soon.

Recently, I met a reader from Bohol who came to Manila. CM has been in touched with me before and I agreed to meet her at that time because she wanted to meet me and consult some thing. I sensed her distress so I agreed to meet with her and agreed to do a consultation for free. She didn’t have to spend a dime on me when we met; we each had to pay for our own drinks. She wanted to get the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT, but because my jeweler was unable to deliver properly anymore, I told CM to just copy the design and have somebody make it for her. This was after she mentioned to me that she has a friend who knows a jeweler. When we first met, her daughter went with her, which proved to be a wise decision for her because CM’s primary language is Bisaya, and we had a hard time communicating. In that meeting, I gladly and accommodated as much of her questions as long as time would permit, then we parted nicely.

After that first meeting, CM would always text me and consults me from time to time. I will always do this for free, no charge. I remember I even sent her the design of the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA pendant so that she can have her friend’s friend make the pendant. At any rate, she informed me later on that her friend’s friend is unable to make it. But she still would consult me from time to time. Until gradually her questions became less and less until I didn’t hear from her for a long time.

Recently, I sent a group message to some readers and in that message it was stated that it was a group text. She received the message and contacted me again even if she doesn’t have to reply to the message. She requested for the Vajrapani Ruel, but since she is still in Bohol she wanted me to wait for her and reserve one for her. I told her that that it is not possible, that I don’t normally accept reservations especially for the Vajrapani Ruel. She insisted and told me that her daughter was even asking as to why I was not willing to wait. To make the long story short I relented and agreed on a date to meet with her.

Prior to the meeting CM and I agreed on a venue, but she wanted to change the venue. I didn’t agree. So she went to meet me at place that I suggested. There before she got the Vajrapani Ruel, she consulted me on some matters again, and she was a little surprised that I was able to tell her some of the things that was happening in her life. She finally admitted to me that her daughter, whom I’ve met also, the one who was with her during our first meeting was trying to prevent her from seeing me. Apparently, her daughter heard or saw something that puts me in a bad light. I clarified to CM that some of the things her daughter might have heard are true but some are not. I understand that she is a daughter who cares for her mother, but what I find surprising is that we’ve met and she must have seen how much I accommodated CM, her mother, and they didn’t spend a single thing. In fact, she was there when I suggested to CM to think about and reconsider on getting the pendant. So I have to be totally honest here, I was a little hurt. But after some time and some thought I realized that it is really so much easier for people to believe what is bad, this is evident on how easy for most of us to jump on the bandwagon on convicting a person even before we’ve found the real facts. Yes, CM’s daughter and I have met, I believe that in that meeting she has no reason to doubt my sincerity, but as CM explained to me, her daughter had a bad experienced before wherein somebody duped her. CM also said has posed two questions, one is how come I only put initials in my posts and that do people who want to help other people still exist?

This had me thinking and that lead me to also write this post. First, why do I only use initials and not reveal names. Well, one when I write a story I write them because I believe in them and I want to write them, that is still my primary reason. This blog is my outlet for my desire to write, whether people believes what I write or not is really not my ultimate desire. Second, I value my reader’s privacy. It’s bad enough that I write about them publicly, to use their full name seems to me an abuse of their kindness for me to allow them to write. Having said that, some of my readers has given me the heads – up to name them but to maintain the standard and to make sure that they don’t regret it later I decided to just stick with using initials. Third, even I use their real names would you be able to check them out? Several if not most of them has common names like Roland, April, Bon, Merriam, Grace, Cristy, Joan, or family names like Cruz, Dela Paz, Tan, Chua, and Gonzales. I have to admit though some names are more unique and some family names are rare also. Lastly, I don’t think it was important for me to put their names because I don’t need them to be my brand ambassadors, because I don’t do this professionally or commercially. I’m not a professional or commercialized Feng Shui consultant. Again, I would like to clear that commercialize and professional are not used in the same breath here. It doesn’t mean that professional Feng Shui consultants are also commercialized and vice versa. Neither do I have anything against them.

And just an after thought, if you have let’s say 1% of 90 million pesos as a commission, would you want the public to know about it? Would you be going around to tell people about it?

So I guess I have answered a lot of people’s questions that CM’s daughter voiced out. Second do good people still exist?

Well, to answer that, I know that there are a lot of negative things that’s happening in the world. There are a lot of negative stories happening in this country. But if we are so focused on the negative that we failed to notice a the good news such as the few stories you can find below among the thousands like this, then maybe we are only seeing what we choose to see. I believe it was Mahatma Gandhi who said that a person only sees the things that his mind his accustomed to.

These are just some, a fraction, of the thousand and thousands of stories that good people still exist:

These are just a few of thousands of stories on the web. But I bet we can see some of these kinds of stories on your daily life. All we need to do is to make the decision to see them. At the end seeing good or bad is a choice.


Vajrapani Ruel Stories (16): Chased After By Jobs!

Published Hulyo 28, 2015 by jptan2012

Today, I again would like to share another Vajrapani Ruel story that was shared with me by RP. Remember RP? He is the reader who got the Vajrapani Ruel for himself, his wife, his daughter, and his sister – in – law also got the Vajrapani Ruel through him. His Vajrapani Ruel stories or rather that of his son and wife has been written already in the following posts:

Vajrapani Ruel Stories (14): Winning A Contest on National TV!

Vajrapani Ruel Stories (15): 90 Million Pesos Mutual Funds Deal Closed Without A Sweat!

The post about his wife’s miraculous experience with the Vajrapani Ruel is I think so far has gathered the most number of reactions amongst all the Vajrapani Ruel stories ever written. A lot of these reactions are very positive, but a few are negative. It seems that some people can’t imagine money as much as 90 Million pesos which when converted to US dollar is a little less than 2 million dollars. They think that it simply impossible for a single person to by a mutual fund that big even if this person is a construction magnate!

When I got to talk to RP, he clarified that my account of the Vajrapani Ruel miracle of his wife was almost accurate, almost because it has one single flaw. The gift was not a birthday gift but rather a post – Western New Year and a pre – Chinese New Year annual gift for his wife.

I was so happy about RP’s stories that I decided to write about it and post it right away even if I have several articles lined up that has been scheduled to be posted.

Anyway, even before the reactions have ceased, I have decided to write the Vajrapani Ruel story of his daughter. This one is a simple but still amazing story.

AP, RP and MP’s daughter, and JP’s sister, got married the early part of the year. I think RP met with me to get his initial Vajrapani Ruel a day or a week before the wedding of his daughter. RP and his family live in Quezon City, but because AP is now married, she is moving to Makati City where her husband lives and work. AP has no choice but to quit her work in QC and look for work in Makati.

I believe she submitted several applications, and she was initially only scheduled to be interviewed by one company. On the day of the interview, she borrowed her mom’s Vajrapani Ruel (she doesn’t have a Vajrapani Ruel then, but has since got her own piece), before she even got to the first interview, for other companies has called her that day! What’s amazing is that there will be no more interviews; they want AP to report for work already! Because of this AP was able to choose the one that she thinks is the best, and it is a reputable internationally known company.hired

Simple right? But still amazing.

Again, of course I believe that this won’t be possible even with the Vajrapani Ruel if AP has not been a good employee and left a good track record from her previous jobs.

The question here is then, how come some people experienced miracle like it’s as easy as buying bread on a store while has their miracles gradually, and why is it that some miracles are astounding and some are simple.


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.

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

For questions, comments and suggestions please email


What To Do With The Water Offered To The Buddhas and Bodhisattvas!

Published Hulyo 26, 2015 by jptan2012

Buddha Water OfferingI get this question a lot, so I have decided to write a short post about it. Whenever you offered water to the Buddha or a Bodhisattva or Taoist Gods, it is best to take the water at the end of the day. For Buddhism, this can be done anytime after 2PM. But do not throw the water down the drain. It will be nice if you can offer it to the unseen sentient beings.

You can do this by collecting the water on a small container. Go out of your house and pour it on a plant, if you don’t have a plant, you can pour it directly on the ground. While pouring it you can quietly say that you are offering the water for the sentient beings of the lower realms.

In this way, you appease to unseen being of your house or property and don’t waster any water. This will also help bring a lot of blessings.

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Vajrapani Ruel Stories (15): 90 Million Pesos Mutual Funds Deal Closed Without A Sweat!

Published Hulyo 25, 2015 by jptan2012
Photo uploaded from Google Images.

Photo uploaded from Google Images.

Okay, maybe saying ‘without a sweat’ is a little exaggeration because obviously the person involve didn’t just wait for the money to come down, the Vajrapani Ruel worked for her because she also has established good relationship with her clients. But, still if you read through the post you’ll find out that what happened is indeed amazing!

Remember my post about RP and JP? RP is the guy who got a Vajrapani Ruel from me as early as January, I think as soon as he read the post – THE WORLD’S MOST POWERFUL AMULET IN THE BUDDHIST PANTHEON CALLED VAJRAPANI RUEL. JP is his son who believes that with the help of the Vajrapani Ruel, the show where he participated in a contest broke a little of their rules and acknowledge his and his friend’s efforts and talent. You can read more about them in the post entitled – VAJRAPANI RUEL STORIES (14): WINNING ON A CONTEST ON NATIONAL TELEVISION!

Anyway, the story I’m about to share now is that of MP, RP’s wife. Remember, I mentioned that she also has a Vajrapani Ruel, which if I’m not mistaken was given to him by RP as a birthday gift.

MP is a financial advisor who works for an agency that is connected to one of the most established insurance company in the country. According to my own aunt who works for another insurance company, the truth is this particular company is a lot more stable than the other international insurance company.

As mentioned, MP got her Vajrapani Ruel as a gift from her husband. Approximately about a month after having the Vajrapani Ruel, while she is on her way back to Manila from an official out – of – town business trip, MP got a call from a client. This particular client wanted to meet up with her to buy some mutual funds from her.

Apparently this particular client who is in the construction business, and as I take it is already of age that has to think about his future decided that he wants to settle and properly arrange his finances for his heirs. He decided to get a mutual fund for his children.

So client met up with MP, and just like that he decided to get a mutual fund worth 90 million pesos (Php 90,000,000.00)! There’s definitely a lot of zeros there! RP said that MP didn’t really have to sweat and try to sales talk the client into getting the mutual fund, because just like that he has decided on it and wants MP to handle it. Everybody who is familiar with this would know that a 90 million pesos mutual fund would reap a substantial amount of commission for the agent or financial advisor.

RP and MP firmly believe that it was because of the Vajrapani Ruel that this wonderful financial luck landed on her lap without her even trying. But I personally would like to add something here. I believe that the Vajrapani Ruel has made this possible, but to be completely honest, I’m sure that MP herself has made this miracle a possibility with how she dealt with her clients in the past. She must have been a diligent, honest, and sincere financial advisor.

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.

By the way, if I remember right, part of the commission that MP got went to some computers for a public school and also for a repair of a church.

If you think, this is too much Vajrapani Ruel miracle for one family, wait again, because there are some more stories from RP’s family. But those are going to be the topic of my next few posts.

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

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Myth Buster 29: Hitting A Person With A Broom Will Bring Bad Luck to the Hitter!

Published Hulyo 24, 2015 by jptan2012

broomThere is a popular Chinese belief that hitting a person with a broom will bring bad luck to the hitter. Is there truth to this?

Well, you see it all started when Chinese parents, especially fathers believes that hitting a child, or spanking a child, is a good way of instilling discipline on them. Since leather belts are not used in the olden times, they would normally use stick or brooms.

Grandparents, especially, grandmothers and mothers will normally stop their husband from hitting their children because they know being hit with a broom is really painful. But since they cannot openly contradict the patriarch of the family, they would have to think of creative ways of stopping their husbands from using the broom. So they have to be creative in trying to stop their husband from using the broom, and since most Chinese believes in Feng Shui, they would often say that hitting somebody with a broom would bring bad luck to the hitter. This little white lie will often save their children from being hit by the broom.

As most often, these things get accepted as fact and becomes a regular belief. But there it goes, another myth busted!

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Vajrapani Ruel Stories (14): Winning A Contest On National Television!

Published Hulyo 23, 2015 by jptan2012

Today, I would like to share with you another simple Vajrapani Ruel miracle or Vajrapani Ruel Stories as it is call here on this blog.

RP is a government official who works for one of the financial institution in the country; he got the Vajrapani Ruel for himself and his wife as early as January. However, for today I would like to share first the story of his son. Let’s just call him the JP (same initials as mine is purely coincidental). JP is a Theater Arts student in UP. When the leading noontime show decided to have a comedy contest, JP decided to join it with his friend.

RP called me up to watch the program but unfortunately I wasn’t able to.

Anyway, RP wanted to lend his son his Vajrapani Ruel, but because he is not sure whether it will be kept safe all the time he was highly hesitant, but RP’s daughter who has a Vajrapani Ruel also decided to lend her’s to JP. RP is not sure whether his daughter’s Vajrapani Ruel was with JP all throughout the program but one thing he is sure of is that the Vajrapani Ruel was rubbed against the body of JP before the program.

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.

According to RP, JP is good. Trust me he said this without any bias. He is just being fair. However, the competition is really tight, JP’s brand of comedy is very theatrical in nature because that’s their training, while the other contestants’ brand of comedy is very street wise. According to RP, JP and his partner didn’t expect to win and wanted to go home at the middle of the program.

However, at the middle of everything, they noticed that the announcement of winners was suspended and the commercial break was extended. After a while, the program said that they would be announcing the winner, rather the winners. They clarified that they’ll be breaking the rule of having just one winner and that they will have two winners for that day.

To make the long story short, JP and his partner was one of the winners. RP, his wife, and JP, his son, all believe that they won largely because of the Vajrapani Ruel!

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

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Basic Courtesy When Offering Fruits and Flowers To The Buddhas and Bodhisattvas!

Published Hulyo 22, 2015 by jptan2012

flower offered to buddhaI don’t know whether courtesy is the right word, but for now I think it will suffice.

If you are to offer fruits or flowers to the Buddhas or Bodhisattvas, it’s customary or a basic courtesy that you only select them by how they look. It’s considered highly improper and a disrespect to the Buddhas or Bodhisattvas when you smell them. This is because it seems like you are getting or tasting something before you offers something to a being that is way above you. In the same manner, do not ever smell the flowers or fruits while they’re still on the altar.

What if you accidentally smelled them? Then it is customary to whisper “Offering to the Buddha”!

I know some Westerners or non – Buddhist will find this a little too much, but it only sows how most Buddhist respects the Buddha or Bodhisattva.

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Chinese Mantra of Medicine Buddha

Published Hulyo 21, 2015 by jptan2012

Medicine Buddha 4On my preceding post entitled – CURED OF CANCER AND ADDICTION IS STOPPED: HOW THE CHINESE MANTRA OF MEDICINE BUDDHA HELPED A WIFE AND MOTHER IN CRISIS!, I talked about the story of AG and how she was cured of cancer, and her husband cured of his addiction simply by reciting the Chinese mantra of Medicine Buddha. As I mentioned, I’m writing this to show that although I believe in the power of the Vajrapani Ruel and the numerous personal testimonies has proven it, people who can’t afford or is unable to avail of the Vajrapani Ruel(2), because as long as you can invest time and dedication and faith in chanting mantras they will definitely help as well. AG’s story is the proof of it. You can read her story by clicking on the link above.

But now I would like to share with you the mantra. I suggest do a short online study for the pronunciation because this is in Pin Yin.

Nán Mó Bó Qié Fá Di     Pì Shä Shè     Jù Lû Bì Liú Lí     Bó Là Pó Hê Là Shé Yê   Dân Tä Jiê Duō Yê     Ä Là Hë Dì     Sãn Mîâo Sân Pó Tuó Yë     Dân Zhî Tâ     Ân     Pí Shâ Shì     Pí Shâ Shì      Pí Shä Shè     Sân Mò Jiê Dì     Suō Hê

In reciting the mantra, it’s best to visualize Medicine Buddha. You can also chant it using a mala bead and hold on to a bead while visualizing him, and then after chanting it once, imagine that his healing energies goes through you and flushes out all the negative energies or your impurities through your feet. After which you can proceed to the next bead until you finished all 108 beads. I know it will take longer but it works best that way that is how AG did it also.

You can also chant it on top of some water or your medicines or medicines of your love one and blow over them after chanting the mantra. This will increase the efficacy of the medicines and will make the water into a healing water or a temple water.

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Cured of Cancer and Addiction is Stopped: How The Chinese Mantra of Medicine Buddha Helped A Wife and Mother in Crisis!

Published Hulyo 20, 2015 by jptan2012
Medicine Buddha

Medicine Buddha

Again, as part of my commitment of more natural remedies to problem, and to prove that they may be as effective as the Vajrapani Ruel, I would like to share with you the story of AG.

AG is a mother of two children. She was 41 when she first found out that she has stage 3-breast cancer, an aggressive form of cancer at that, with both kids still in high school, this news came as doubly devastating for her. However, to make things worst, just before her diagnosis she just found out that her husband is hooked on drugs and has become an addict.

Like most people, it was out of desperation that she searched for a possible cure or help outside of medical science and outside of her own religion. Because of her boss, who happens to be a Chinese and Buddhist, she was introduced to a temple in Quezon City here in the Philippines.

According to AG she was initially wretched with guilt for going to a Buddhist temple, something that was strictly prohibited by their church, however, she said she thought of her children and as to what will happen to them if she dies and if their father, her husband, continues to be an addict. And so she was ‘forced’ to enter the temple accompanied by her boss. After being introduced to a monk and pouring her heart out, she was instructed by the monk to chant the Chinese version of the mantra of Medicine Buddha. She was also given some Temple Water or Auspicious Water to drink.

AG, without the knowledge of her husband decided to follow the instructions of the Buddhist monk. She would chant the mantra in the morning and evening and every time possibly can. She would chant it while going through chemotherapy. Out of instinct, because she was told she can chant the mantra and blow on a glass of water to make the water a healing water, she instinctively chant over her medicines and blow over them while the chemicals are getting inside her body to fight her cancer cells. On top of that, she decided to continuously drink the temple water and would let her husband drink them while she silently chant the mantra with the hope that her husband quit his addiction.

While her cure was not astoundingly miraculous, AG still feels that there was indeed divine intervention. According to her, her doctor has continuously remarked that she was responding to the treatment far better than expected and that the side effects on her was not as bad. She was given 5 years to be careful before they can fully say that she survived cancer.

All this was 17 years ago. I met AG because thru a friend, and she said she could now be totally considered as a survivor. There was no remission in 17 years! AG believes that the miracle was all due to the mantra that she constantly chanted.

As for her husband, her husband suddenly went cold turkey over drugs. It is as if he just woke up one day and thought he can live without drugs, and he did! Also for 17 years now!

I guess one can say that they’re both survivor!

I just want to add that they now have 5 grandchildren from their children!

On my next post, I’ll write about the mantra.

If you wish to know more about Medicine Buddha you can click here.

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A Simple Ritual to Appease An Angry Neighbor!

Published Hulyo 19, 2015 by jptan2012

I recently received a call from a cousin who got into some arguments with their neighbors. My cousin knows that they’re right in the argument, but didn’t realize that their confrontation seems to get worst everyday. She naturally wants to end it but their neighbor seems not interested in making amends with them. Now her husband is also getting angrier and she wants to put an end to it before things gets really bad.angry neighbor

I told her to get a handful of rock salt or sea salt every morning and go out of their house and pass by her neighbor’s house. She is to start dropping small amount of salt from her door down to her neighbor’s door. She should do this for 7 consecutive days, and then do it one more time on the 8th day with a slight change. For the 8th day, she should use sugar instead and then also have two flowers – one red, and one yellow. She should drop the red flower in front of their house and then the yellow one in front of her neighbor’s house.

In doing this you need not walk up to your neighbor’s door, you can do it on the sidewalk or on the street.

She did what I told her, and voila, their neighbors are being friendly with them again!

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A Simple Ritual To Ensure Your Big Day Goes Well!

Published Hulyo 18, 2015 by jptan2012

today-is-the-big-dayToday, allow me to share with you a simple short post to ensure that your big day at work or in your job goes well.

If you have a big presentation or event or program, and you want to ensure that everything goes well. There’s a simple that I do for that kind of thing. Well, of course, aside from properly preparing.

First as soon as I open my eyes in the morning, I say a silent prayer to all the Buddhas and Bodhisattvas. I also chant mantras for it. Then I light some incense. Lastly, I put some salt on the floor or yard to form a circle, and then I stand at the middle of it while I go through the day’s activity, as I want it to be in my mind for five minutes. Then I go out and consciously put on a smile on my face.

Of course, wearing your amulets like the Vajrapani Ruel or a Victory Banners works but if you don’t have them then you don’t have to despair because this really works! I used to this back when I wasn’t wearing much of my amulets.

This simple ritual never failed me!!!

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Don’t Sleep in Total Darkness!

Published Hulyo 17, 2015 by jptan2012

sleepingI know some people prefers to sleep in total darkness and admittedly sometimes one would feel that it gives us a much more restful sleep. However, in Feng Shui sleeping in total darkness is not a very good idea.

Sleeping in total darkness will create total yin energy. While we sometimes need yin energy to avoid from having too much yang energy, being totally yin atmosphere is also bad. I once had an officemate who always feel that he slept soundly with all the light out, but we noticed that he seems to be more prone to minor accidents. When he consulted me, I told him to try putting a night light while he sleeps to simply add a little yang energy and to avoid being in total yin room. Reluctantly, he did it, and surprisingly it worked, the accidents stopped!

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