Walking the Dragon!

Published July 10, 2015 by jptan2012

I commit to write more natural Feng Shui or Buddhist remedies in addressing problems because I understand that not everybody can afford to buy expensive cures or Buddhist amulets. However, this doesn’t mean that I will stop writing about things that I totally believe in even if that means one has to buy these items from various Feng Shui stores, and I will continue to write about the miraculous Vajrapani Ruel because I totally believe in it and second because I believe these stories deserved to be shared.

Today, I again would like to share another natural remedy to problems. This practice is known as ‘Walking the Dragon’ amongst Feng Shui experts or masters. This is quite easy and also provides a lot of exercise to a person. All people can do this, except those born in the year of the dog.

If you are encountering problems, which may seem unsolvable, there is an easy Feng Shui ritual that you can do called ‘Walking the Dragon’. All you have to do is walk outside of your house during the dragon hours of 7:00 to 8:59 in the morning. You need not complete the whole (almost) 2 hours, all you have to do is start the ritual at 7:00 in the morning, and make sure you end it by 8:59 in the morning. By 9:00 you should make it a point that you are indoors at least for 15 minutes before you go out again, if you have to go out again.

Remember to simply walk. Do not jog. Photo uploaded from Google Images.

Remember to simply walk. Do not jog. Photo uploaded from Google Images.

What you need to do is really simple. Walk outside; preferably, you go uphill and a little downhill. Make sure the downhill is only equal to the gradient of the uphill or a little easier to thread than the uphill. Do this 3 times.

I recommended this once to a friend who said she saw the effects as early as a single day of doing it. But my Feng Shui teachers all said that the secret number to this ritual is to do it 9 days in a row. Plus, remember that during the walk, you have to maintain a positive outlook. Focus on the good things and do not think of your problems.

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