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Should We Do the Feng Shui Bazi Analysis of the Philippine Presidentiables and Vice – Presidentiables?

Published Mayo 8, 2016 by jptan2012

Several months ago I have been debating to write a post about the Feng Shui of the Philippine presidentiables and vice – presidentiables. I wanted to focus as to who will be good for the country and who is not good for the country. Also, I want to make a prediction as to who will win this election.

I have gone as far as researching their birth dates and doing an analysis already. In fact, if I wanted to I could already write an article about it. But after much consideration I decided not to write a post about it because I was told by several friends and other readers I should not unduly influence my readers.



At any rate, after doing their chart, and if my interpretation is correct it shows that all the presidentiables are ambitious, I think that might be quite obvious, but only two are what can be considered as sincere in helping to make the country better. However, amongst the possible winners only one of the two will even make it to the top. And while this person is a serious contender, fate seems to favor a person who might bring problems to this country.

It is better when it comes to the Vice – Presidentiables, while only half of them can be considered as sincere, the two possible winners are candidates that can be considered that may bring good to the country. The second one is a little bit surprising for me but that’s what the chart shows. But the likely winner is the person who is sincere and almost devoid of personal ambition.

Nevertheless, I think we should all be guided by our belief in making a decision. If you are a Christian, or Islam, or Buddhist, or Taoist, I suggest that you say a short prayer before casting your vote. Please make sure that you are properly guided and do not make emotional decision. Always remember that wisdom doesn’t always belong to the majority.

For questions, comments, and suggestions please email sanaakosirickylee@gmail.com

Feng Shui is Also About Establishing Good Habits

Published Pebrero 23, 2015 by jptan2012

Good Feng Shui especially those who are looking for success luck should not only look into wearing Feng Shui charms or amulets like the Vajrapani Ruel or the Wish Fulfilling and Buddha’s Blessing and Mantra Pendant. As I have written in the past their are 3 aspects to Feng Shui, which is Heaven’s Luck (past life karma that decides where we are born, the situation we are born in, the family that we have, etc. ), Earth’s Luck (Feng Shui via surroundings), and Man’s Luck (thing that we do).

Having good habits is part of Man’s Luck, so I would like to share with you an article that I found online that talks about the habits of the world’s richest – 7 Habits of the World’s Richest People – all you have to click on the link.

So remember while the Wish Fulfilling and Buddha’s Blessing Mantra Pendant and Vajrapani Ruel are enjoying a lot of positive personal testimonies, each one has to do our share.

For questions, suggestions, comments please email sanaakosirickylee@gmail.com

Being Really Good or Simply Being ‘Holier – Than – Thou’

Published Pebrero 20, 2015 by jptan2012

There are people who appear to be really good. Outwardly, they seem to care for all sentient beings and their philosophy in life seems to be that communicates love and goodness for all forms of earthlings, human and non – humans alike.dual personality

However, no one can really see the intention of a person, so the best judge for this is oneself. Nevertheless, there are some guidelines. How is that person at home? How does this person treat his spouse, children or most specially parents? How does the person treat their subordinates? How does that person treat those around him that may or may not be like him? How does that person treat his superiors? How does that person treat criminals? These are just some of the basic guidelines to see what’s inside a person’s heart.

A person may even think that he or she is really good, but in the end, all of us have to analyze and look within. Are we really good or simply having a subtle ‘holier – than – thou’ attitude?

Be Thankful!

Published Nobyembre 28, 2014 by jptan2012

People in the USA are now celebrating ‘Thanksgiving’. I personally believe that this is one of the most wonderful holidays that they have but is not celebrated in other countries. Every Thanksgiving, people are reminded to be thankful for what they have.
In Feng Shui, being thankful brings in a lot of goodluck. But more than about Feng Shui, allow me to share with you I stumbled upon about the benefits of being a grateful or thankful heart. Please click here.

Learning Some Valuable Lessons from A Reader and A Taxi Driver

Published Disyembre 5, 2013 by jptan2012

This has been a very good week for me. Aside from meeting another reader in person, I learned some valuable lessons.Lessons Learned

First, getting to meet one of my readers is really an experience that I value. It makes maintaining this blog so much worth it. This week I got the opportunity to meet a reader who happens to be a Filipino who lives in the US.

BM is a reader who contacted me about a year ago. Since she lives in the states, our communication has been limited to exchanging emails. However, she’s now in Manila for a short vacation and to take care of some documents.

I got the chance to meet BM and she requested me to read her Bazi. I don’t normally accept Bazi or Paht Chee readings these days. However, since BM is somebody who has contacted me about a year ago, I decided to take on her request. I’m glad I did!

BM is a person who doesn’t have any direct wealth. Meaning, she has every reason to become poor. She will never have any money that she’ll get out of luck or from her parents. However, her chart shows that while they may be some bumps along the road, she is destined to live a comfortable life in her old age. This is because BM works like a horse. She really works hard, and her chart shows how hard working she is. In fact, while she’ll definitely demure from the reality that she now has a good life, at least, so much better than most people, she has a comfortable life now because of how hard she worked for it.

I’m sharing this because I believe there’s a valuable lesson that each one of us can learn from her chart. Sometimes, fate is no match with our dedication and hard work. I think this is one of the important lessons I can impart to my readers. Let’s all learn from BM. A hardworking woman who is destined to have a good life.

Another valuable lesson that I learned this week is from a Taxi driver.

The other day, I was a little irritated that my driver got delayed. Since I have to rush to a meeting, I decided to take a cab. Little did I know that I’d learn a valuable lesson from a Taxi driver.

The driver strikes me as somebody who is overly cheerful. What’s more, unlike other taxi or cab drivers, he seem to notice only good things on the road, something that is really quite difficult to do if you drive on the streets of Manila. However, he seems to notice only the good things, like the simple thing that a boy was helping his grandmother (I’m just assuming this that they’re grandmother and grandson) cross the street. The drive said that it’s nice to see young ones still know how to take care of their elder and he seem so happy about it. Or like the homeless guy who takes care of his dog, to which he said that it’s really great that some people are so caring that even they don’t have anything they’re still willing to share whatever they have to another living thing. The guy he was referring to is a guy I see everyday and I haven’t thought of it that way. When I got to my destination, I gave him a twenty pesos tip. He again cheerfully expressed his gratitude and thanks me and said that it will add to his education fund for his children. Twenty pesos is a small amount, it’s a little less than US$0.50, and there was no sarcasm in his voice, he was really very appreciative. Because of that I gave him a bigger amount, a little bigger than my cab fare.

Again, I learned a valuable lesson. With all the good luck I’ve been receiving, I sometimes forget to be thankful with the little things that I get everyday.

Hard work, a grateful heart, and a cheerful predisposition are some of the most important Feng Shui charm or cure one can have in life. Maybe I’m pushing it a little, but maybe it is almost as good as having the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT.

NOTE: For those who haven’t received their Four Dharmakaya Relic Mantras please email me again with the SUBJECT: FDRM. Have been really busy the past few weeks and my file got really disorganized. Apologies for this.

Is This Really San Pedro Calungsod?

Published Disyembre 2, 2013 by jptan2012

A few days ago, I received an email from a friend from Cebu about an alleged San Pedro Calungsod apparition, that appeared on a tree near Sto. Nino Church. For those who are familiar with it, Sto. Nino Church is the church where the bell tower was damaged by the strong earthquake that hit Bohol and Cebu.

Is the image on the tree San Pedro Calungsod?

Is the image on the tree San Pedro Calungsod?

I don’t know whether this is true, and looking at the picture, you’ll see that indeed it looks like an image of a person, but how was it identified as the second Filipino saint, that I cannot say for sure. However, according to my friend, the one who saw and said that it was San Pedro Calungsod is a woman who apparently said that he really felt that it was Pedro Calungsod. However, according to my friend, the one who took the picture who thought he really was seeing San Pedro Calungsod was surprised when he saw the picture and realized that it was really just an image in the shape of a man.

So is this San Pedro Calungsod? The answer is I don’t know. However, I believe when it comes to this things, its really something personal. For us the image may be just an image. But for those who were there to witness it, nobody can argue that it’s not San Pedro Calungsod.

When calamities strike, there is really a number of stories about miracles, this one if no different, just like the Kuan Kong miracle that I wrote about yesterday – DID KUAN KONG SAVE A BOY FROM THE WRATH OF TYPHOON YOLANDA?

How to Help Victims of Typhoon Yolanda and Bohol Killer Quake

Published Nobyembre 27, 2013 by jptan2012

The Philippines was recently besieged by two major calamities. I’m talking about the Bohol Killer Quake and Typhoon Yolanda, with an international name of Typhoon Haiyan. Typhoon Haiyan is said to be the strongest typhoon in recorded history.

Have been actively involve in the relief operations in both calamities. My involvement helped me realized that sometimes the best way to help is to simply send in donations and relief goods.

I know that there has been an overflowing of relief goods being donated, but trust me when I say that they’re not enough. If you can please do send more relief goods to centers who still accept them, or better yet send in money, because money can be use to rehabilitate the affected areas and help people who need them.

However, let us not forget that aside from monetary and material help, we can also help by saying some prayers.

For Buddhists, we can recite the mantra of Avalokitesvara also known as Kuan Yin, or Goddess of Mercy. Her mantra is OM MANI PADME HUM. Recite as many full malas as you can. You can also recite the mantra of the Medicine Buddha. His mantra is . TADYATHA OM BHEKANDZYE BHEKANDZYE MAHA BHEKANDZYE BHEKANDZYE RADZA SAMUGATE SOHA. Reading their sutras and dedicating it to the people affected by both calamities will also bring them some form of a blessing and help.

For Taoists, you can light some incense for the people who were affected by the calamities. You can all ‘Ti Yu’ or add oil on their behalf.

Just Sharing…WordPress.com’s Report About ‘Sana Ako Si Ricky Lee!’

Published Enero 2, 2013 by jptan2012

I think this might be a little ego-centric but I’m just happy about Word Press’ report about my blog. I have more readers than the number of people living in a small country in Europe. I know my blog is not the most read blog but I’m happy to know that it reaches a lot of people.

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2012 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

About 55,000 tourists visit Liechtenstein every year. This blog was viewed about 420,000 times in 2012. If it were Liechtenstein, it would take about 8 years for that many people to see it. Your blog had more visits than a small country in Europe!

Click here to see the complete report.

Pablo, 2012’s Strongest Philippine Typhoon!

Published Disyembre 4, 2012 by jptan2012
Typhoon Pablo has an international name of Bopha.

Typhoon Pablo has an international name of Bopha.

It seems like yesterday when the Philippines was hit by Sendong, where a lot of people died, families were broken, and dreams shattered. That happened a month before Christmas. Now, the same people who were affected by Sendong will have to go through the ordeal of facing Pablo.

Pablo, according to the US experts is a Category 5 Typhoon, but the limitations of Philippine Typhoon Signal guidelines only categorized it up to Signal No. 3. Nevertheless, authorities I believe has given ample warning about the damage that Pablo can deliver.

Most of us won’t be able to physically do anything about it. However, I would like to urge everybody to pray for those who are affected or going to be severely affected by Pablo. It doesn’t matter whether we have the same belief just say a prayer to your God.

For Buddhists, or for those who believes in chanting a mantra, urge you to chant a mantra for those who will have to go through Typhoon Pablo’s wrath.

I suggest to say the Mantra of the Bodhisattva of Compassion – OM MANI PADME HUM, and the Mantra of Medicine Buddha – TADYATHA OM BHEKANDZYE BHEKANDZYE MAHA BHEKANDZYE BHEKANDZYE RADZA SAMUGATE SOHA. Chant it as many times as you can and dedicate it to the typhoon victims. If you’re busy 108 times or one full mala will do.

UPATED DEC. 4, 2012 18:38

It was just announced that Typhoon Pablo is the strongest typhoon to hit Mindanao in two decades. Read more about it by clicking here.

Good News and Dedicated Good People Still Exist…

Published Disyembre 2, 2012 by jptan2012

I’d like to keep this post short and sweet and most of all straight to the point. With all the bad things happening in our world, with all the kidnappings, hold-ups, robbery, rape, abuse going on around it’s easy to forget that good things and good dedicated people still exist.

This past few days, there are a lot of these stories dominated the web. Allow me to share some of them here.

First, is the story of a man in quest of getting a ‘no’ from the favor or request that he asks for. However, on his 3rd attempt he failed miserably in getting a no because a Krispy Kreme staff made sure that she goes out of her way to give him what he wants. Read the story here.

The next story is plain and simple heart warming. It’s about tough man, a policeman doing one of the most heartwarming deed and selfless act one can do. Read about his story here.2911_police_boots_sp.ashx

Lastly, while it’s not about a selfless act, it’s about how it’s easy for us to give up on doing something, but the story shows that with perseverance and friendship one can go beyond expectations. Read it here.

Pacquiao vs. Bradley: A Controversial Win and A Lesson in Humility

Published Hunyo 11, 2012 by jptan2012

I’m not here to write whether the expert and crowd favorite Manny Pacquiao really won over the relatively unknown to Filipino, Timothy Bradley Jr., neither will I jump in and join the cry of rigging, and/or who really had the most number of hits, but I can honestly say, that Bradley’s winning over Pacquiao, albeit controversial, is really a lesson in humility.

Before anything else, I’m not anti-Pacquiao, but neither am I fan. As a Taoist – Buddhist, I don’t believe and follow any violent sport like boxing, which intentionally and literally hurts a person for the other to win. I hope that me fellow Filipinos won’t think that I’m being anti-Filipino by posting this post, but I believe that there is something that we all have to learn from the fight and the eventual loss of Pacquiao.

Before anything else, I would like to admit that this is something that didn’t follow the whole Pacquiao – Bradley craze right when it started, but what I have seen so far is that Bradley has always maintained a humble stance and Pacquiao or his camp has always maintained a slightly confident, if not over-confident, stance. This may be because Bradley is the underdog, and Pacquiao is the ‘people’s champ’ and international favorite, but is this enough for one to be somewhat boastful and over confident.

In interviews, you’ll always see that Pacquiao and or his camp has downplayed Timothy Bradley’s capability, while Bradley always focuses on his own training rather than criticizing the other camp.

A few days before the fight, Bradley, to indicate how hard he was working for this fight, said that his training has been like hell. Pacquiao, on the other hand, said that his training has been like heaven. It was said in such a manner that would lead one to believe that it’s just a routine training for him and that he is quite enjoying and at ‘home’ with that kind of training.

On the day of the actual fight, those who have pay – per – view will be able to attest that Pacquiao made everybody wait until he was ready to come out for the fight. When I say everybody, I’m not just referring to his staff but also Bradley, Bradley’s camp, the judges, the people who in the arena, the people who paid pay-per-view to watch the fight. He made them wait for thirty minutes…the reason? He was still watching the Miami Heat and Boston Celtics Eastern Playoff!

When interviewed about waiting for Pacquiao, Bradley humbly said that it’s okay and that they’ll wait and just be ready once Pacquiao comes out. They even added that they don’t mind waiting for Pacquiao even if it takes him 2 hours before he comes out.

I will not attempt to judge both of their characters base on this one incident, but, at that very moment, one can see the difference in attitude. One is humble, the other proud. At the end of the game, the other remained humble, the other though humbled, continued to make ‘proud’ remarks.

We may be a winner, but that doesn’t give us the right to have a bad attitude.

Gong Xi Fa Cai! Kong Hei Fat Choi!

Published Enero 23, 2012 by jptan2012

I just lighted some incense in a Chinese Buddhist temple to thank the Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, Deities, and Immortals for the year of the Metal Rabbit, also to pay homage and request for protection and blessing for the year of the Water Dragon.
But, technically, its not yet the year of the Water Dragon, not until 3:39PM later. Until then its still the year of the Metal Rabbit.

And if you believe in Feng Shui please do read the following posts:

2012 Year of the Water Dragon Essential Charms,

2012 Year of the Water Dragon Feng Shui Flying Star Forecast

Feng Shui Chinese Zodiac Forecast for 2012 Year of the Water Dragon Part 1 and Part 2.

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