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Somehow Money Comes In When It Is Needed; Dream Project Became Attainable; And A More Peaceful Marriage: Blessings of Wealth Luck, Financial Luck, and Romance Luck – a Vajrapani Ruel Miraculous Stories Shared by A Reader!

Published Hunyo 21, 2017 by jptan2012
Vajrapani Ruel

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 itself is only about 1 to 2 inches and it varies from one ruel to another.

I think I’m no longer surprise when people call me to share with me their Vajrapani Ruel miraculous stories, but that is not to say I don’t get positively affected by their stories, I still do, and I still get happy but somehow I have come to expect it already.

Today, I would like to share with you the story of Girlie. Girlie’s sister’s Vajrapani Ruel miraculous story was one of the stories featured here on the blog. In fact, it was Girlie who first contacted me and she was the first one to get to the Vajrapani Ruel. Since it worked for her she then recommended her sister to get one also. It only took longer for Girlie to share her story because as she said she is not a writer and she doesn’t feel like writing. You will notice it is quite obvious with the sms that she sent.

Note: Girlie’s sister’s story was featured in a post called A Problematic Businesswoman Experienced Her First Vajrapani Ruel Miracle Within Three Days of Acquiring It: Vajrapani Ruel Miraculous Personal Testimony of A Reader.

When Girlie first contacted me, her concern is that while they love each other, he and her husband quarrels a lot, and these are big fights not small ones. On top of that money seems to be quite a challenge to come in.

But as Girlie herself shares, one of the miracles that she gets from the Vajrapani Ruel is that money somehow comes in whenever it is needed, especially when she has to pay her amortization. On top of that, the biggest thing that happened to her, which prompted her to tell her sister to get a Vajrapani Ruel, is the change for the better of her relationship with her husband. Whereas they use to fight a lot, she shares that her husband seems to have mellowed a lot and they no longer fight. I remember her saying that her husband has become more caring since she got the Vajrapani Ruel.

Lastly, she has been mentioning a special business project that she wants to get and it was proving quite difficult to get it. However, she just recently got the said project!!!

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Girlie, first shared with me about her miracle as early as last year. She actually promised to send this testimonial last December, but was only able to do so a few weeks ago. I purposely didn’t write about her story because now, for more transparency, I would want to be able to show the person’s text message.

Miracles do happen!

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

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What Comes After the Witching Hour?

Published Hunyo 3, 2017 by jptan2012

Most of you would be familiar with the term Witching Hour or Witching Hours, which is said to be between 12 MN and 3AM. It is said waking up during these hours with no apparent reason may signify and evil entity lurking somewhere near you. But today, allow me to share with you about what happens after the witching hour. To discuss this, I need to discuss about the Traditional Chinese Medicine, a practice that still works on the principle of Feng Shui.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine or TCM, the best time to go to bed is around 9PM. But if you have trouble sleeping at this time it is said that you could be undergoing some kind of stress and that you are not handling it well.

If you’re the type of person who wakes up between 11pm and 1am, it could mean that you are undergoing some kind of emotional problems.

If you’re the type of person who wakes up between 1am and 3am, it could mean that you have some built – up of so much anger that you are unable to deal with.

What is amazing is if you usually wake up after the witching hours, which is from 12mn to 3am. Because waking up between 3am and 5am, even for TCM and Feng Shui means that a higher being might be actually trying to send a message. Waling up at this time means you might be undergoing some change in your life and higher beings are trying to guide you or direct you. If this happens, I suggest you meditate or chant – a – mantra. The mantra of the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Kuan Yin, might be a good mantra to chant.

However, let me caution you a little bit. By waking up at these hours, it usually means the kind of wake up that you are suddenly so awake and wonders what woke you up.

 

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Collective Karma (Part II)

Published Hunyo 2, 2017 by jptan2012

In the preceding post I talked about family collective karma. Now, allow me to talk about the other different collective karma.

I mentioned in the preceding post that we all have a collective karma with our helpers, boss, and practically everybody we know. Meaning who you work with, who you ride with in the bus, who you employ, or who employs you has a collective karma with us. This is quite complex in the sense that your collective karma with each other is related to each other, but again it doesn’t mean that you all live together at the same time, it may be at different times but with one another.

However, there is also a collective karma where you all lived at the same time and is undergoing a specific karma that you have to pay for. The indication whether this is such a case, when you all have to go through a very significant event in your work at the same time.

A few years ago, an RCBC bank in Laguna was in the headlines for a few days and became the talk of the town for a several days, weeks even, because all the employees where shot and killed in what was considered as one of the most heinous and biggest bank heist in the country. All the employees where killed on that day, and that certainly is an indication that they all have a collective karma that they have to pay for, and it is also an indication that whatever karma is that they’re paying for means that they also collectively did it at the same time on a specific lifetime.

Another example is the Ozone Disco fire tragedy that happened in the Philippines several decades ago, or even the 9-11 attacks. The is an indication that the people who were at the twin towers that day may have a collective karma that they are paying for, and that it is most likely due to something that they did at the same time on a specific lifetime.

The question is how come some people escape unhurt and while others died. I didn’t know the answer to that question until a Zen Dharma Master explained the answer to me. This is base on my experience.

When the July 16 killer quake happened in the Philippines, I didn’t feel a thing, although I was in school about to go home and everybody else certainly felt it.

When I was still in school, I would work for my father’s restaurant in the evening. One night, I went to the rest room to pee. It only took me less than 5 minutes. When I went out of the restroom I saw a group of men going out of our restaurant, our employees were all seem shock and several of the women are crying. As it turned out, somebody just robbed our restaurant by pointing a gun at them and demanding our staff to give not only the sales but also their personal items.

Jump to several years after. In one of our business, I was in the showroom fixing things when I went into the stockroom to get something. The whole process took about 5 minutes, but when I came out to the showroom, I found out that we were hold-up also. All these stories happened at a time when I wasn’t wearing much of an amulet, so the chances that it is because of the amulets saving me are nil. Years later when I attended this Zen Buddhist temple, that the abbess of that temple told me after I shared these stories with her that what I experienced was a form of collective karma. Meaning, chances are we were all involved in a negative act as a group in a specific lifetime, but that chances are I choose not to participate or may even have tried to stop them. As a result in this lifetime I was spared the trauma of all those things but because of my presence in the past life, I really have to sort of go through with it with them although in a different level or intensity.

At this point, your countrymen are also a form of collective karma. So we Filipinos or who is here in the Philippines, we all have a form of collective karma, regardless whether we know each other or not. We all have to pay for the bad karma or reap the good karma depending on what is happening to our country.

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Collective Karma (Part I)

Published Hunyo 1, 2017 by jptan2012

I have talked about karma in this blog several times. But I don’t think that I have really talked about collective karma in depth. One reason I decided to write this is because of the emails that I received asking as to whose karma is it that my nephew passed away early on in life. I have answered it in a separate post but I thought I should write about collective karma for people to understand it fully.

Karma is a very complex subject. I believe one can write a book about it and still not yet fully covered it, and I doubt whether anyone really fully understands how karma works.

At any rate I will still try to explain what is collective karma.

Aside from our individual karma that we have to deal with we have collective karma. Basically, we all have collective karma with the people around us. First and foremost, we have collective karma with our immediate family and relatives. So you have collective karma with the members of your family. While you have karma of your own, there are things that you go through together as a family, and that is your collective karma. You have karmic relationships with your parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts, uncles, and cousins. And if your family employs helpers at home or drivers or gardener, than you have collective karma with them also.

Now, how does it work? Basically, in your past lives, you have lived together and have done things that you are either reaping or paying for now. It doesn’t mean that all of you lived together at the same time, but you might have lived with each other at different times and are paying for karma at the moment at the same time. That’s the collective karma from past lives.

However, there is also a collective karma that is on the present. For example, the patriarch or the matriarch of the family deed some bad things, the whole family might pay for it. But this kind of collective karma usually happens only if it is the head of the family who did the bad act.

Recently, I met a person who has very good bazi chart. However, the bad acts of her parents are hindering her from achieving her full potential. And it is not only affecting her but also affecting her siblings. This is another kind of collective karma.

When my nephew passed away, one of the most common question of people is whether whose karma is it that he should die early in life. To answer that question, it is only his karma and his alone that he should passed away early in life. However, due to our collective karma, it has been destined that we should experience the pain of losing him at this time. Karmas like this are predestined and are so strong that it is quite difficult to change it. But can it be change?

To answer that question we have to consider a lot of factors. First, how strong was the imprint of that karma; how much of the imprint of that karma solely belongs to him or how much of that imprint belongs collectively to all those who are involve. And when I say to those who are involved, it refers to his family, friends, etc.

The truth is it is easier if the karma imprint that he is paying for solely belongs to him, because a strong and powerful amulet like the Vajrapani Ruel would have easily cured that karma. But if the strongest imprint is collective then it is more difficult to cure. Don’t get me wrong, why he died at that age is solely his karma, and no one else. Karma is not about you doing something and letting somebody fully pay for it, so his death was solely his karma. But the collective imprint might have made it other to cleanse this particular negative karma. But death is almost always karma from past life and not karma from the present life. But it is the collective karma of everybody that they should feel pain from this loss.

On my next post, I will discuss the other form of collective karma.

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