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A Reader Shares Her Stories About the Vajrapani Ruel, Illness Suppression Amulet, Buddhism, and Other Things…

Published May 23, 2016 by jptan2012

I was thinking what to write, and because of the I am quite busy I was thinking of writing simple and short. However, I thought why not share with you an email that a reader has written. I’m not categorizing this as another Vajrapani Ruel miraculous story because I have written about her before. But I thought let me share her experience and words of wisdom by directly putting her email below. Please read on.

 

Hi JP,

Congratulations on your blog post today. It answered many questions in my mind about the amulets, since I am not very familiar with Buddhism. Prior to this, I didn’t know that there are amulets in Buddhism even with my brief introduction to it many years ago. Therefore, I would like to share my thoughts about the effectiveness of the Vajrapani Ruel as I am experiencing it in my life now.

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.

Although I have no big problems in my life, I feel that all things are starting to come together for good in my life since I got the Vajrapani Ruel followed by the Illness Suppression Amulet. Previously indifferent and aloof, my son and his wife are becoming closer to us through their own initiative. I have been praying for this for a long time and it is only now that I am seeing quick results. Also, my husband who has been very hard on our maid is now amiable and friendly towards her and vice versa. While I haven’t received millions of pesos in my bank account (I know this is coming soon.), what is being fixed is what I really need, i.e. harmony and love in my family life. Indeed, harmony seems to be reigning in my life now and I thank you for it for giving me the opportunity to have the amulets and accessing your blog. I guess the Universe through the Vajrapani Bothisattva, fixes what needs to be fixed because it is Infinite Intelligence. I realize that although I may be praying for something, sometimes it is not what I really need and the Universe will give priority to give me something that will enhance my spiritual development.

In addition, I realize that the reason I am experiencing the immediate efficacy of the amulets is because I try to be positive most of the time and I try to perform acts of kindness everyday. I try to go out of my way to help others who I know are in need. It doesn’t have to involve big donations or big money to help people. Sometimes, a smile is all someone needs to console him/her if they are having a bad day. In this way, we become the Universe’s channels of good and comfort and this good returns to us increased and multiplied when we need it most.

In Facebook, I take time to send healing affirmations to those who request prayers for healing or send birthday greetings (with matching photo), to those celebrating their birthdays, some of whom I don’t know and who don’t know me, I just see them there having birthdays. I like to give people food especially those I know who can’t afford even to buy lunch or supper. Many people eat only once a day due to poverty. Some people ask how they can help others when they don’t see any opportunity to serve others. Every morning, I pray that I will be given the opportunity to serve or help others. As spiritual mentor Dr. Wayne Dyer used to ask, “God, how may I serve?” And immediately, you will be shown how you can help. Opportunities will be presented to you to help others. The only thing is whether you will recognize and grab those opportunities or ignore them and proceed with your day.

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The Illness Suppression Amulet or Illness Protection Amulet is a special highly consecrated amulet made by my Guru Lama as a cure for the Illness Star a star that also causes accidents. It has the energies of the Medicine Buddha, Namgyalma Buddha, Amitayus Buddha and White Umbrella Goddess. Furthermore, the small black thing you see at the bottom of the glass amulet holder is a Dharma Pill, which is made from a second – class relic of a confirmed holy lama. It also has a small amount of ash from the last Medicine Buddha holy initiation conducted by my Guru Lama, and aside from individual special consecration, the whole amulet was further consecrated under the Tooth Relic of Shakyamuni Buddha.

I have experienced that whatever I do returns to me increased and multiplied where I need it most. In this way, I can say that all my needs (and also desires) are always fulfilled at the right time. Some say that if you give food, you will also get food. This is correct because my two big refrigerators are always full because I always receive food gifts. Even my househelper is always gifted with organic fruits and vegetables by her friends who have small vegetable plots. So, some long time givers advise to give money or jewellery if one wants to receive these. I guess what one receives is what one really needs most at the perfect time or sometimes it is a learning of a spiritual lesson.

I guess the amulets (with their high spiritual frequency) are assisting in speeding up our reaping of the good that we sow. And if we are negative and plant negative deeds, the amulets mitigate our reaping of the negatives that we have sown but eventually the Law of Karma prevails.

Thank you again, JP, for the work that you do. May the Vajrapani Bothisattva and other manifestations of the Buddha protect you from negative people and bless you with all things good.

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

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Financial Blessings Received by A Reader Became An Extended Blessing For Me: How A Vajrapani Ruel Miraculous Story Experienced by My Reader Helped Me Cope with Feeling Down!

Published May 10, 2016 by jptan2012

Whether we believe in Feng Shui, Amulets, Talismans, or more importantly in Buddhas, Bodhisattvas or Taoist Deities there will come a time in our life that some negativities will affect us, especially if we haven’t really mastered the art of detaching ourselves to worldly behavior. Or sometimes if we are not careful about our practices.

In Zen Buddhism, the practice of meditation is a way to think that everything around is nothing in the sense that it is not permanent. If it is not permanent then it is considered to be not true. It is also in this kind of practice that we should be able to detach ourselves from negative comments of other people. However, this is a practice that requires years before one can master it.

Recently, I was surprised that a person whom I have helped has chosen to be more of a capitalist than a friend. When a regular buyer of her stuff turned to ‘attack’ Buddhism and the Vajrapani Ruel she choose to keep quiet rather than defend a the Vajrapani Ruel even though she has some miraculous experience about it because she seem to be afraid of losing her customers. I was terribly disheartened about this. I mentioned this to my Guru Lama and told him that continuously writing on my blog is sometimes making me more people want to attack me or the Vajrapani Ruel. According to my Guru Lama, this is mostly karmic and I have to go through, and admittedly I have made some mistakes before and some people are capitalizing on these things. But my Guru Lama also added that I should start counting the positive than negative.

And so I did, I realized I have never truly lost a friend because of this blog, but on the contrary I have gained so many friends because of this blog. One of those reader turn friend is BM who aside from being a friend is actually some sort of a guide or counselor. If she were wearing a religious robe she would have been somebody I would call a spiritual counselor. She has a way of letting me see things in a positive way. In fact, I will be writing another post about how she made me see that I should be thankful with something that I was initially complaining about. I thought I have written about her ‘words of wisdom’ a number of times that I should start dedicating a section or category for her.

Another person that I met through my business but developed a deeper friendship with thru this blog is my Malaysian publisher. He is a man so rich beyond the imagination of most people but has remained to be the most humble person I have ever met. Wish I could write more about him but he absolutely doesn’t want me to. He hates being glorified.

Of course, there are a lot more others. And while sometimes people will protect themselves first before sharing the truth, there are a lot more whom I know who will be a staunch protector just because they believe and have experienced some wonderful blessings.

I think, Angie, whose Vajrapani Ruel simple miraculous story I have shared with you in a post called – Financial Blessing By Way of A Mysterious Money Deposit Received Two Days After Receiving the Vajrapani Ruel: A Personal Testimony of A Reader, is also one such person. If you see her she only radiates love and compassion. As I said, I was feeling a little down lately when I received her email. In her email she shares the good news of her miraculous story, albeit simple ones, but still very much a miracle. She has written it really well, that I have decided to post it here verbatim. But what I would really like to share is that how her email came at a point that I needed some chi boosting, and the good news that comes with her email serves as the chi booster. No attacks or lies can negate the fact that people do experience miracles, and of course those who spread the lies about the Vajrapani Ruel are people who have not availed it.

Anyway, please do read Angie’s email and learn more about her simple but wonderful Vajrapani Ruel miraculous story. I am putting it here verbatim:

Dear JP,
The Vajrapani Ruel and Illness Suppression amulets are really, really amazing. Five days after I got the Illness Suppression Amulet from you, and after receiving an unexpected P16,000 plus P6,000 (from an anonymous source) through my bank account,(after getting the Vajrapani Ruel from you), I received a text message early in the morning from my brother who is has been living in the US telling me to collect $200 that he sent me from Western Union. He said that this is his advance payment to me for a painting that he has commissioned me to make last year. My brother has not been communicating with me for a long while; but I send him a gift every year on this birthday even though he doesn’t send me anything during the 30 years that he has been living in the US. Last year, he seemed happy receiving a gift from me so that he sent me $100 and asked me to make a painting of our late father in the plaza of our town during fiesta. I haven’t even started the painting thinking that he was maybe just kidding me, but now I know that he is taking it seriously. He also said that this is only an advance payment and that there is more to come.image1
I got that text message the morning after the night that I chanted Om Vajrapani Hum using my mala and holding the Vajrapani Ruel in my left hand, following your post that it would be good to do this during this time that the Wu Wang has gone to the NE where my bedroom is. After collecting the money from Western Union and depositing my tithe to my church’s bank account, I bought some bread, snacks and coffee sachets and gave these to the security guards and receptionists in my condo building in observance of Shakyamuni Day where one’s actions are supposed to multiply 100 million times and following your post to do acts of kindness to counter the effects of the Wu Wang and Illness Star this month.
The day before Mother’s Day, my son and daughter-in-law took me to lunch and also to dinner which is very unusual because they just take me out either for lunch or for dinner. This time, after lunch, they texted me that they were taking me also to dinner which I happily accepted.image2
Today, my husband gifted me with P10,000 for Mother’s Day. It has really been raining money in my life since I received the two amulets from you and I followed your suggestions in your posts to chant and recite the sutras that you listed there.
When I chanted the chant for the Vajrapani Ruel, I did not go vegan that day because I just decided to chant that night before I went to sleep instead of doing it in the morning. I observed the morning after, that I did not sleep well and felt hot throughout the night even though my bedroom is air-conditioned. I experienced feeling restless and had LBM the morning after. I guess my body was undergoing detox because perhaps I connected to the fine, high frequency of the Vajrapani Bothisattva without going vegan. Does this mean that we should always go vegan before doing the chants?
Note: Taken out a part that is a personal inquiry.
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Thank you,JP that I was able to get the amulets and for your blog where you post many valuable information. Reading your posts, I am now able to understand and learn the value of chanting, reciting the sutras, the positive influence of having amulets, the auspicious meaning of birds, Temple water and many more that I would not know if I did not know about your posts. Many years ago, I was invited by some friends to attend Tibetan Buddhist chanting and satsangs. I even went to Penang, Malaysia with them to attend a Buddhist retreat. I bought many Buddhist books hoping that I would understand Buddhist teachings. I did not learn anything new about Buddhism then so I stopped going. It is only now  that I am able to understand the prayers and rituals that I saw there, from your posts.
Again, thank you and may blessings increase and multiply, return to you a millionfold.
Feel free to write about my experiences in your post, just identify me with my initials, AS, instead of mentioning my full name for security reasons, now that money is raining in my life (LOL).
In light and love,

 

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

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.


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

Recite A Sutra (4): Attract Auspiciousness and Cure Bad Feng Shui With The ‘Noble Stack of Auspiciousness Sutra’!

Published April 23, 2016 by jptan2012

All sutras are powerful, but admittedly I am quite partial towards the sutra that I’m sharing with you today. I’m talking about the Noble Stack of Auspiciousness Sutra.

Why?

Not only because it is a powerful sutra, but more than that the Noble Stack of Auspiciousness Sutra is a sutra that proves Feng Shui really exist in Buddhism. The truth is there are some lineage of Buddhism who downplays Feng Shui, in particular, Zen Buddhism, they will tell you that Feng Shui is ‘useless’. I’m putting it in quotation marks because what they will usually say that Feng Shui is impermanent, thus they believe that one should not practice it. Yes Feng Shui is impermanent, anything that changes is impermanent and I totally understand where that belief is coming from, but I believe that Feng Shui should not be practiced just because it is impermanent. In fact, it is part of the Tibetan Buddhism and Pure Land Buddhism. I will discuss about this topic more in my succeeding post. However, what I want to say here is that the Noble Stack of Auspiciousness Sutra is one sutra that shows Feng Shui is quite important.

In the sutra, as you read you will see it in details, Shakyamuni Buddha when he still has His human body talked about inauspiciousness brought about by bad directions, bad funeral site, etc. This obviously indicates Feng Shui.

Anyway, I will discuss about that in detail in my succeeding posts. For now, I would like to share that reciting this sutra will surely bring about a lot of auspiciousness to the person reciting it. Furthermore, it is also quite important to recite this sutra when you moved in to a new house or office or when you are experiencing a spade of bad luck. On top of that, if you think a place has bad Feng Shui constantly reciting this sutra in that place will help temper the negative effects of the bad Feng Shui.

I also would like to draw your attention to the fact that in this sutra, only three Bodhisattvas were considered more than auspicious, and they are Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara (also called or spelled as Kuan Yin, Kwan Yin, Gwan Yin, Guan Yin) who is described as auspicious and compassionate, Bodhisattva Majushri who is described as auspicious and wise, and Bodhisattva Vajrapani who is described as auspicious and powerful. This is further indication that Vajrapani Bodhisattva, whose extension power is found with the world’s most powerful amulet – Vajrapani Ruel – is indeed a very powerful Bodhisattva. But I’m getting off track here but I thought this is an information that I should share with my regular readers, especially those who have the Vajrapani Ruel.

You can download the The Noble Stack of Auspiciousness Sutra.

But remember, as always when reciting a sutra one has to chant 3x NAMO FUNDAMENTAL TEACHER SHAKYAMUNI BUDDHA

Followed by the Sutra Opening Gatha:

The Dharma Infinitely Profound and Subtle

Is Rarely Encountered Even In A Million of Kalpas

We Are Now Able to Hear, Recite, and Follow It

May We Fully Realized the Tathagatha’s True Meaning

Then recite the sutra!

You can read all the other post about the ‘Recite A Sutra’ Series:

  1. Invite Wonderful Blessings in Your Life by Reciting A Sutra!
  2. Recite A Sutra (1): Create Harmony and Peace Thru The Powerful Sutra Called ‘The Heart of Prajna Paramita Sutra’!
  3. Recite A Sutra (2): Get Healed or Good Health, Create An Aura of Protection, Attract Wealth, With the Power of ‘The Medicine Buddha Sutra’!
  4. Recite A Sutra (3): For Protection & Unlimited Blessings of Auspiciousness Recite One of the Most Powerful & Highly Revered Sutra Both in Tibetan & Chinese Buddhism Called ‘The Diamond of Perfect Wisdom Sutra’!

OH AH HUM: A Useful and Short But Powerful Mantra!

Published April 13, 2016 by jptan2012

OM AH HUMToday, I was asked whether I have done things that I’m ashamed of. The quick answer is yes. I don’t have to think about it. Some of these things are intentional and thus are more shameful, but most are not. But whether intentional or not we create karma for every act. Karma has been planted and so corresponding karma shall be reaped.

Please note that in Buddhism an act or the word act constitutes the following: SPEECH, THOUGHT and DEEDS! So a bad thought is a bad act.

Sometimes, no matter how much we try we unintentionally do wrong things, or bad things, and while we can only be judge with our deepest intention, an act is an act so it has a corresponding karma. How can we then help prevent bad karma from happening if we unintentionally created it?

We chant the short but powerful mantra – OM AH HUM.

OM AH HUM cleanses us from the immediate light negative karma that we acquired with our speech, thought and deeds. This negative karma may become hindrances for us to receive blessings.

OM AH HUM is also a protection mantra; so whenever you find yourself in danger, simply chant this mantra.

OM AH HUM is also a very powerful environment purifying mantra. Chanting this mantra in a room will cleanse it of any negative karma. So for example, one just had a fight in a room, chanting this mantra in that room will help cleanse the room of the negative chi created by the fight.

OM AH HUM is also known as the Protection, Environment Purifying and Immediate Negative Karma Cleansing Mantra.

 

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Invite Wonderful Blessings in Your Life by Reciting a Sutra!

Published April 1, 2016 by jptan2012

I am a believer of the power of amulets; needless to say my favorites are the very powerful Vajrapani Ruel(1) and Surangama Mantra Amulet(1). The numerous personal testimonies found on this blog is testament as to how powerful wearing amulets are, especially the Vajrapani Ruel(2) which has showered a lot of people who has requested it with tremendous wealth luck, money luck, and financial luck. Wearing an amulet is like carrying an extension of a Buddha or Bodhisattva’s energies. However, the sad truth is not everyone will be able to avail of a powerful amulet. But of course, there are other ways of tapping into the power or energy of a Buddha or Bodhisattva.

In the past, I have written a lot about the importance and benefits of chanting a mantra, and a lot of you (my readers) has emailed me or texted me or personally shared with me the testimonials of how chanting a mantra has helped in your personal life or even in your career.

Chanting a mantra, for me, is one of the most powerful ways to connect and tap into the energies of the Buddhas or Bodhisattvas. Some people might say it is not as effective as having to wear an amulet like the Surangama Mantra Amulet(2) or Vajrapani Ruel(3). Well, there is truth to this, but I believe in some ways, chanting a mantra may be even more effective if we are able to chant it under deep meditation. How deep? To the level that you are no longer conscious of you’re surrounding. If we are to chant in that level of deepness, I would say it is even more effective than wearing an amulet. But whether we are able to chant it deeply or not, it is bound to have some effect, and we will definitely feel its power.

However, today I would also like to add and discuss the importance of reciting a sutra.

Amitabha_Sutra_bookA sutra or sutras are Buddhist teachings, usually ones that has been personally taught by Shakyamuni Buddha when He still have a physical body. Although, there are some sutras that was taught by different patriarchs. One of the most famous one is the 6th Patriarch Hui Neng. His sutra is called THE PLATFORM SUTRA OF THE SIXTH PATRIARCH. On my future posts I will discuss more about the sutra of the patriarchs. But for now let us focus on the sutra of the Buddha Shakyamuni.

I have mentioned before that mantras are powerful words lefts to us by the Buddha himself for us to chant to evoke some power. These mantras are usually found within a sutra. And as mentioned a sutra is a teaching taught by Shakyamuni (also spelled as Sakyamuni) Buddha. In effect, even when it has undergone a translation, it is still considered the very words of the Buddha.

Basically, a sutra is a teaching of the Buddha, and while the Christians and Muslims has the Bible and Koran (respectively), which is a compilation of different ‘books’, in Buddhism the sutras are not compiled. But there are a lot of different sutras.

As I said, a sutra is the Buddha’s teaching, within them are found the different mantras. But more than that, simply reciting (reading it loudly) carries a lot of blessings with it. As to what type of blessings it carries depends on the sutra being read, and these blessings are usually mentioned within the sutra itself. So reading a sutra doesn’t only bring about knowledge about Buddhism, but it also brings about blessings and this is another form to tap into the power or energies of the Buddha or Bodhisattvas.

But there are important things that one should remember when you got hold of a sutra. They are the following:

  1. You should treat it like a holy object only because it is a holy object.
  2. Don’t put it on the floor or a chair.
  3. If you placed it inside a bad, make sure you don’t put the bad on the floor or chair.
  4. Do not bring it inside restrooms, unless if its worn as an amulet.
  5. Do not sit on it.
  6. Do not lie on it.
  7. Do not put things on top of it.
  8. In keeping it, make sure you placed it on a high clean place.
  9. In keeping it, as much as possible put it on a vertical position and not horizontal. If horizontal (again) please make sure you don’t put anything on top of it unless it’s the same sutra.
  10. Take care of it like it’s the most precious book that it is.

In my next posts, I will share with you some of the sutra that I regularly read. Some of them I have written about in the past but it is worth writing about them again.

But for now, remember that while the Vajrapani Ruel(4) or the Surangama Mantra Amulet(3) are powerful amulets, there are other ways of tapping into the energy of the Buddha or a Bodhisattva.

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Why Bad Things Happen To Good People? Is There Really A Good Answer to This?

Published March 18, 2016 by jptan2012

Why do bad things happen to good people? This is a question that has been asked so many times, in so many situations, and in so many different forms. Sometime we may also ask why do good things happen to bad people.

But is there really an answer to this question? In Feng Shui and Taoism the answer lies in your chart and in fate, and in Buddhism the answer lies in karma. But are these really answers?

I raise this question now because I was asked this question a few days ago. And unlike before I have an immediate answer and the answer would be karma. But sometimes that in itself is a cruel answer.

Because of the sensitivity and involvement of a high profile family, I will not be able to share a lot of details about them. But basically I’ve yet to meet a person who has to say something about this family. From the Patriarch down to the grandchildren, people only have good words for them and my own personal experience with them, although they are really rich to the level of owning private learjets, several buildings, and hectares and hectares of properties, politicians even ‘bow’ to them, they remain to be the most humble and kindest people I’ve ever met, especially the patriarch. Words will not be able to describe how rich they are, but words won’t be able to describe also how nice, kind, and compassionate the whole family is especially the patriarch and the matriarch. Their staffs are relaxed around them but always give them the utmost respect and love.

I’m sharing this because I want you to understand how rich and how nice they are. They’re simply one of the best people you’ll ever meet in this world. And while they’re really rich, they always use their money to help better the lives of other people, but what’s even amazing is that they don’t only use their money to help, they also give themselves to help people. They would devote their time and knowledge and get physically involve in helping people. When they help they really help giving a part of themselves in the process, they don’t just send money.

Then tragedy struck, one of the grandchildren had an accident, was hospitalized for a few days and then eventually passed away.

While they’re technically not Buddhist, they believe in Buddhism, and the first question they have in their mind is why did this tragedy struck their family and why did it happen to a very healthy young man. Somebody else ask the question as to whether the goodness, the kindness, the generosity of the patriarch is not enough for him to go through the pain of losing a grandson!

Well, I can go on and discuss karma, collective karma, and how it is much more difficult to cure and avoid collective karma, but can I? Should I even attempt?

According to BM, my reader and friend, who have been featured in this blog several times, there are things that are not meant to be answered. Is she right about this? Do I agree with her? I personally saw the goodness of this family, and in fact BM said I’m so blessed to have met people like them, especially somebody like the patriarch and matriarch of this family, and so when this tragedy struck I personally saw their pain and although I went there to lend a helping hand, at one time I broke down and cried with them, they don’t deserve the pain that they experienced and is experiencing. But why do bad things happen to good people?

Karma… But then I really don’t know. I’m sure there’s a valid explanation somewhere but right now I don’t have it. And so with all humility after giving it much thought, I have to accept what BM said. SOME THINGS ARE NOT MEANT TO BE ANSWERED. Maybe there are questions that are not meant to be asked.

I called my Guru Lama and posed the same questions, and surprisingly, or maybe not, he said the same thing. SOME QUESTIONS ARE NOT MEANT TO BE ANSWERED, but then he clarifies, SOME QUESTIONS ARE NOT MEANT TO BE ANSWERED OUTWARDLY, SOME QUESTIONS ARE NOT MEANT TO BE ANSWERED BY RELIGION OR BY SCIENCE, THERE ARE QUESTIONS THAT CAN ONLY BE ANSWERED WITHIN. He clarified that although karma plays a very important role in our lives, it’s never black and white, a short life doesn’t mean bad karma or long one does not necessarily mean bad karma, but he said everything has a good answer from within. Sometimes we have to look for the answers, the lesson from within.

This still doesn’t answer the question as to why bad things happen to good people, but as BM and my Guru Lama said there are questions that are not meant to be answered. But that doesn’t mean that we should stop learning the lesson that can be found from within.

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Meeting A Long Time Friend Who Happens to Be a Very Generous Actor – How the Vajrapani Ruel Created An Opportunity to Solve the Financial Problem of A Person!

Published March 17, 2016 by jptan2012

To this day, a little more than a year after I was blessed to be able to introduce the Bodhisattva Vajrapani, which is described in the ‘THE NOBLE STACK OF AUSPICIOUSNESS MAHAYANA SUTRA’ as auspicious and powerful Bodhisattva (Vajrapani Bodhisattva is the only Bodhisattva to receive this kind of description because is brings in a lot of auspiciousness and He is known to be very powerful that He creates a lot of miracles), and the Vajrapani Ruel, I’m still totally amazed by the number of positive feedbacks and testimonials I get from people who invoke the power of Bodhisattva Vajrapani by inviting the Vajrapani Ruel or simply by chanting his mantra – OM VAJRAPANI HUM.

Today, allow me to share with you another wonderful story of how the Vajrapani Ruel created opportunity for a person to meet an actor who in turn paved a way for him to have his own micro business.

AK, is a 25 year old half – Filipino, half – Middle Eastern man. He grew up here in the Philippines that is why his Filipino is quite good. According to AK, his life was good, they are not rich but neither they are poor. That is until his father died when he was 18 years old. Being the eldest in the family, it was left upon him to help his mother, and life has been such a struggle since then. They find it hard to have their income work for a family of 11, including the mom and so while he, his mom, and one of his sister works really hard, having so many mouth to feed makes it naturally difficult for them to make ends meet.

It was his mother who read my blog, and so when AK decided to move to Manila to try his luck here, her mother saved up enough money and insisted that AK meet me to get a Vajrapani Ruel. AK met up with me and was honest in saying telling me that he doesn’t believe in Feng Shui or Buddhism and that he had a fight with his mom because of the Vajrapani Ruel. In short, he was bordering on being brutally frank and honest to being rude. However, he clarified that he will get the Vajrapani Ruel not because he believes it will give him good luck but for her mother’s peace of mind who totally believes in it.

This happened a few weeks ago and I didn’t expect to hear anything from AK and I was a little concern that he might not notice the miracle should it happen because he doesn’t believe in it. However, Bodhisattva Vajrapani has something else for both AK and me.

As mentioned, AK came here to start working because they practically have to work everyday in the province and double jobs to make both ends meet. To be fair with AK he didn’t leave his province until he was sure that he’d be able to get a job here. While it’s a job that he doesn’t like, he believes that it should be enough for a while until he is able to find a more suitable job.

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.

When he got the Vajrapani Ruel he was already in Manila for 3 weeks and has been working in his new job as store clerk for a retail store for 3 weeks already. According to AK to save up money he would usually go out of the mall for lunch so that he can buy ‘cheaper’ or more affordable food. That was his routine since he started working. On the 5th day that the Vajrapani Ruel was with him, he followed his routine, but this was interrupted by the fact that there was a film crew shooting on the carinderia (eatery/small food stall) where he usually eats. He was about to leave when he noticed amongst the crowd is the cousin of his childhood best friend. He has since lost contact with his best friend when he is about 15 years old. He approached the cousin of his childhood best friend, he admitted he was wondering whether the cousin would still remember him, and even before he was able to get near the cousin saw him, and ran towards him.

They said their hellos, and AK soon found out that the cousin was actually working as a personal assistant of AK’s childhood best friend, whom AK knows is now a famous actor! To make the long story short he was able to meet his childhood best friend. He never thought that he will meet his childhood best friend again, and since his childhood best friend has since then become a famous actor he never expected that this will still remember him or still want him to become his friend.

When his childhood best friend who is now an actor learned about his plight, he decided to hire AK and gave him a much higher salary. He also gave AK approximately Php 60,000.00 to help him start his micro business, which is a food cart business. AK then called on another brother to come to Manila to help take care of the micro business while he works for his friend.

Now, AK believes that it was the Vajrapani Ruel that paved the way for him to have the luck of reconnecting with his childhood best friend who now happens to be a very rich and famous actor. This reconnecting then paved the way for him to get money luck / wealth luck / financial luck that he needs.

By the way, for AK what sort of sealed the belief that it was the Vajrapani Ruel that created that miracle is the fact that he later found out from his best friend that the original location of their ‘taping’ is not really at the eatery where AK frequents, but because of a problem of a previous location the production team had to change and immediately look for a new location and has fate or Vajrapani Bodhisattva thru the Vajrapani Ruel would have it, it happened to be at the eatery where AK eats.

AK said while he still has a long way to becoming totally financially stable, he can see that he is on his way there.

 

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