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Anger Doesn’t Create Negative Karma, Anger is Negative Karma!

Published Nobyembre 24, 2017 by jptan2012

Recently, a reader who got the Vajrapani Ruel(1) got in touch with me again. I was actually surprised to receive her call because since she got the Vajrapani Ruel(2) she never got in touch with me again, except for one time that she told me that the Vajrapani Ruel(3) is working for her. When I asked for the detail of her story and also if it was possible for her to write about it, she just ignored my messages. I did try to call her back but she didn’t answer my calls neither she answered my messages.

And so, I was surprised that she called me a few days ago (the time of writing is most likely different from the time of posting) to inquire about my welfare. But amidst the hi(s) and hellos I knew that she wanted to talk to me about something. So I told her my observation and said that I feel she wants to talk to me about something but that she may be uncomfortable about it.

Because of that prompting on my part she started to open up, but she has a lot of preamble before she got to the point, and so I had to be patient with her also and I simply had to let her talk.

According to Celia, the Vajrapani Ruel(4) indeed worked for her, and she has now a better life. But somehow, she seems quite unhappy.

Celia, requested for the Vajrapani Ruel(5) because her husband left her, and her in – laws who has never liked her are quite happy about it and they never hid the fact. Their two children also went to live her in – laws while her husband went abroad. Since she has gotten married she has never worked and so she finds it really difficult to start anew.

It was thru her mother who follows and regularly reads my blog that she found out about the Vajrapani Ruel(6). And so she decided to take the risk and invest on the Vajrapani Ruel(7). Celia shares that indeed the Vajrapani Ruel(8) worked for her, and chanting Bodhisattva Vajrapani’s mantra – OM VAJRAPANI HUM – did worked for her. Her children are now back with her, and she now has her own small business. After working for 6 months for a company of a friend, she was given a chance to open her own business and so she claims that it was obviously because of the Vajrapani Ruel(9) that she got all these things in order in such a short time.

However, there is one concern, she feels that her happiness is not complete. She said while she is happy that there is a reversal in her luck, she feels cheated that her ex-husband and his now live – in partner seems to be quite happy and doing well also despite of the things that they did to her. And she wonders why one of her wishes has not come to fruition and that is that her husband will leave his live – in partner.

After listening to him, I asked him whether she sincerely still wants her husband back, she initially said yes, and clarified that for the sake of her kids they have to be whole again. However, after much discussion, it was clear that she just wants her husband back to revalidate herself and to spite the other woman and her in – laws who has always seems to have a strong dislike for her.

She then asked me as to what negative karma she has that she seems unable to forgive her ex-husband and his live – in partner. I don’t have answer to this question, and called up my Guru Lama about this. Guru Lama then clarified, her anger is not creating negative karma, it is her anger that is her negative karma.

Isn’t this true not just for her but for everybody? No amulets can make us happy if we continue to harbor anger, envy, and bitterness in our hearts. Whether these feelings create negative karma or not for us depends on how we act on these emotions. However, it is obvious that these emotions are some sort of negative karma because as long as we harbor them we can never truly be happy. So I suggest that once we have these feelings we must immediately deal with it and expunge it from our life.

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Which is Stronger, Love or Fate?

Published Setyembre 9, 2013 by jptan2012

loveI recently received an email from a woman who is requesting for the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT(1), and she also requested that I check her bazi /paht chee and that of her partner to check whether they’ll have a good married life.

I agreed to do her bazi and that of her partner’s to determine the best stone to put on their WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT(2). However, since they’re really not having any problems I told her that she doesn’t need the bazi analysis to predict their married life.

Why? To answer it let me share with you a simple and short story about a child who consulted me about their parents’ bazi. The inquiry is largely for their health concerns but in the process I found out that P and M’s (the parents’ initials) paht chee / bazi indicates that their marriage is not a match and that they will go through a lot of ordeals. In fact, the bazi strongly indicated that they will have separated at around the age of 54 for P and 52 for M. M is two years younger than P. The bazi also indicated that the separation is irreversible.

I talked to their child who was consulting me about their health, to ask them about P and M’s relationship. The daughter smiled and said that they’re together and are inseparable. In fact, wherever P went, M follows, and wherever M went P follows. Curious about this, I thought I was doing a wrong reading but their daughter suggested that I go and see her parents. I did.

It was obvious that they’re madly in-love with each other, and at 78 and 76 years old, they still hold hands, take a walk together, and they still love to watch a movie together.

Told them about my reading and admitted that I was wrong with my reading, when they both smiled and told me that the reading could have been correct. They told me that they really had a very rough marriage life when they were younger. They love each other but it seems that they just can’t stand each other as well. Furthermore, both of their parents oppose their marriage.

What’s more, in a moment of weakness, P had another woman at the age of 54. When M found out about it she packed their things, went to the province, and told the kids that they’re staying in the province for a vacation, but P won’t be able to join them. Little did the kids know that their had separated, since it was just the start of summer when it happened, they really thought that they went to their province for a vacation. M thought she’ll just enroll the kids in the province and hope that she’ll be able to come up with a good story as to why they’re staying in the province by the time school arrives.

However, about a month after P followed M and their kids, and they M gave him another chance. That’s the start of the good years.

I’m not a romance writer so I’m unable to write this thing the way they told me. Eyes sparkling and totally devoid of any bitterness.

This is a case of where love won over fate!

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