A few months ago a reader emailed to ask for my help because according to her since they have ‘rediscovered’ the Buddhist images of her mother and decided to ‘display’ them in their house, she and her husband started to have several bad lucks. According to her it is now so bad that she lost her job and her husband is simply struggling to stay on. She further said that it seems like that the heaven has simply wish them ill.
I was surprised with her story because rediscovering holy images means good luck, and cleaning them and displaying them properly usually means it will bring you some good luck because it is like the Buddhas or Bodhisattvas or deities or Taoist Gods has approached you instead of you approaching them.
According to NI she is afraid to take them out because some psychics has told them that those images where alive and that they simply have to live with it. I was curious and told her to send me pictures of the Buddhas that she rediscovered.
One look at the picture and I know right away what is causing their bad luck. They have placed the images under the stairs, which is extremely bad! Because every time they want up the stairs it is like they’re stepping on the said images, and as I have mentioned before images are an extension of the Buddhas themselves.
Told them to transfer the images and that should solve their problems, especially if they use to have good luck before they displayed the said images!
A few days ago, NI called me to inform me that their luck seems to have turn out for the better as soon as they have moved the images to another location in the house, which I chose for them. Her husband was promoted and she is now back being a working girl!
What bothers me and what makes me write about this now is that I just realized that this is a common thing for a lot of people. Just recently I received similar pictures from 5 different readers who had place their holy images under the table.
Please note that while I only mentioned Buddha, Bodhisattva, Deity, Taoist God in the title, this is also true for Catholic images.
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A few blog articles ago I wrote about how base on experience “THE LAST SUPPER” is considered bad Feng Shui. However, today I would like to share with my Catholic readers on what to do should you want to practice Feng Shui but can’t put traditional Feng Shui charms or use Taoist or Buddhist images. Especially those who think that amulets like the Vajrapani Ruel goes against your religious belief.
Please note that first I don’t intend to degrade these Catholic images into mere tools for personal luck, they are much more than that, but what I’m saying is Feng Shui is universal and with a little research these images can also be use as Feng Shui remedies.
“Christ the King” may be good for success luck and for those people whose business involves networking.
“Our Lady of Miraculous Medal” may be good for changing bad luck into good luck. Also those who wants to protect their image or reputation.
“Our Lady of Lourdes” may be good for wealth luck. In Feng Shui, water generally represents wealth luck.
“St. Therese of Lisieux” may be good for maintaining harmony.
“St. James the Moor Slayer” is a very good image for business or those involve in legal battles. It is also a very good protection image. If you notice it is similar to the image of Kuan Kong in a horse.
Please note that the images that I have included here are those that may have Feng Shui significance base on their images. It doesn’t necessarily mean that it is considered as such by the Roman Catholic church.
However, as mentioned before you can still pray to your Christian God even if you have amulets like the Vajrapani Ruel.