Several people have been inquiring about the Vajrapani Ruel, especially after reading that it is the world’s most powerful amulet in the Buddhist pantheon. But the truth is the Vajrapani Ruel, although a lot more affordable than the Wish Fulfilling and Buddha’s Blessing Mantra Pendant is still quite pricey and also at the same time the truth is the Vajrapani Ruel is also quite limited. My Guru Lama has recently sent me a few more pieces, 14 pieces to be exact but that’s just it.
The Vajrapani Ruel, which is indeed one of the most powerful, if not the most powerful amulet I have ever encountered, has given so much blessing to a lot of people, not only to those whose stories I have written about but also to those whom I have not written about. Of course, for the sake of transparency, I cannot say that the miracle of those who got the Vajrapani Ruel is not 100%. There are some who has not experienced a wonderful miracle, but almost all said that it indeed has given them some comfort or ease in life gradually although the miracle is not very outstanding. There is one in Bohol who said she seem not to have experienced anything. Sharing this as part of my desire to be transparent.
But is there something more important than the Vajrapani Ruel? Especially, since I’ve already mentioned here that it is quite pricey and limited.
In my earlier post entitled – WHAT’S MORE IMPORTANT THAN AN AMULET OR FENG SHUI? I mentioned that kindness, compassion, and generosity are more important that amulets and Feng Shui. As an example, I shared with you the story of BM, who is one of my readers in Davao City.
If that article talked about what’s more important than Feng Shui or an amulet, today’s articles I would like to tell all my readers who can’t get the Vajrapani Ruel, that I totally believe that there is something more powerful than the Vajrapani Ruel, and that is kindness, compassion, and generosity coupled with mantras, reading of Sutras, and sincere offerings to the Buddhas or Bodhisattvas or to your fellowmen. If you’re a Christian then sincere offerings to your God and Saints.
I would like to suggest that you make the following offerings: incense, flowers, light (candle or artificial candle), and fruits. One at a time will do but it will be better if you do it all at the same time.
Regarding the saying of the mantras, 108x (one full mala) a day for each mantra will do, but if you really want it to be very effective, chant 10 to 100 malas of each mantra a day.
What mantra to chant? My blog has several you can choose one from those that I have written but if you can only chant one do chant the mantra of the Bodhisattva of Compassion, Kuan Yin – OM MANI PADME HUM.
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