Most of us are afraid of lightning and I can’t say that there is no reason for us to be afraid of it. First, there are no obvious and practical reasons that a lightning gives us. Second, who wouldn’t be scare of the thousands of volts going through one’s body? In fact, lightning is almost always destructive and fatal.
Recently, I read news about a man getting hit by a lightning and then he won the lottery. This got me thinking whether there is a connection between being hit by a lightning and winning the lottery. Let me explain why.
My Feng Shui teacher actually loves lightning, he said this is one of the most powerful Yang energy can tap into that is if we can fully tap into its yang energy. Come to think of it, a lightning is a very powerful Yang energy that it lightens up a Yin energy of the night. I’m sure most of us are familiar as to how can the skies or our surrounding becomes so bright for a fraction of a second if there’s a lightning. Furthermore, even if we have a lightning in the daytime, we can still see that the lightning is capable of brightening the sky a little.
A lot of the wrathful images of Buddhas or Bodhisattvas depict them holding a lighting bolt; this is to signify their power over darkness. In fact, the ruling Bodhisattva of the Vajrapani Ruel, Vajrapani Bodhisattva has a Vajra, which is ball of lightning or thunderbolt or lightning bolt. Vajrapani Bodhisattva himself is a member of the Vajra family.
They say that being hit by a lightning and winning a lottery has a combined chance of 1 in 2.6 trillion, so maybe being hit by a lightning and surviving it gave him this chance of winning it. I remember a deaf person when he was hit by a lightning survived it and started to hear again.
According to my Feng Shui teacher if we can tap into the yang energy of a lightning even just a fraction of it, this will help boost our luck.
On my next post, I will talk about how one can tap into a very small fraction of the yang energy of a lightning.
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