In my preceding post, I talked about solving some family problems by taking out the image of THE LAST SUPPER, which a lot of Catholic Filipinos loves to put in their dining room.
As I said, I was hesitant to write about it because people might brand me as anti – Catholic or anti – Christian, or worst, anti – Christ. Please note that I’m not, and DS whose story I shared on the preceding post remains to be a devout Catholic. And maybe it is worth mentioning that my mom, my aunts still remains to Chinese Buddhist – Catholic.
But let me share why I think that the image of THE LAST SUPPER sheds of bad Feng Shui. First, we have to take into context the story of THE LAST SUPPER.
THE LAST SUPPER is an interpretation of Leonardo Da Vinci of the last supper of Jesus Christ with his disciples. The picture projects betrayal, denial, the breaking of relationships, sadness and suffering, and to some extent death. Judas is betraying Jesus for silver, Peter is about to deny Jesus, the disciples are about to be ‘broken’ to different factions, and Jesus was sad and already suffering from emotional pain. Lastly, it was a prelude to his death.
Need I say more?
I will not deny that to this day if people call me to ask for the Vajrapani Ruel to help solve their family disharmony problems, or they are usually betrayed by people, I usually ask them whether they have THE LAST SUPPER in their house. If yes, I tell them of my opinion and suggest that they take it out. Sometime they won’t and will opt and push for to get the Vajrapani Ruel. But those that I was able to convince to hold off getting the Vajrapani Ruel and simply try taking out the image of THE LAST SUPPER, that simple act usually solves their problems. But I would like to stress that I maintain that I respect the belief of people who uses the image of THE LAST SUPPER as an image to remind them of God’s love.
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Regular readers would know that I no longer do Feng Shui house audits, because it is a very tedious process. You have to get all the birthdates of the people living in the house, do the preliminary work before doing the actual audit.
However, recently my aunt who practically charmingly manipulated me through my mom so that I will do the Feng Shui audit of her husband’s nephew’s house didn’t give me much choice.
You see, NG, her nephew recently went back to Manila from the US with his family. His primary reason of coming home is because he wants his children to grow up here, and also his father passed away, so that he and his wife will have to stay with his family.
NG and his family together with his mother moved in to a posh condominium unit. There are only 2 units in their floor and the floor area was really big for a condominium.
However, things started to go really bad for them as soon as they moved in to their new home. NG’s kids had trouble adjusting to their new life here, NG’s mother started to get quite ill, his business in the US and his father’s business, which NG runs with his wife, started to have so many problems. Soon financial problems started to follow as well.
As I said I no longer do Feng Shui audits, however, my aunt and mom were quite persuasive so I decided to look at NG’s home. Well, what I saw is a Feng Shui nightmare! The condo’s entrance has bad Feng Shui, and the unit where they’re staying also has a lot of Feng Shui blunders. My initial recommendation is to move out or do some renovations; both are quite impossible for them because of their financial constraints.
So I decided to fix what can be fix and then tried to look for a somewhat cure all Feng Shui charm or amulet.
Mirrors on the dining room such as the one pictured here are bad because it doesn’t reflect the food on the table and it cuts off parts of the body of the diners.
The very first thing I told them to do is to take out the mirror in their dining area, which was suggested by a Feng Shui consultant. Told them that having a mirror is good as long as it reflects the food on the table and doesn’t cut out the body parts of the diners. Well, their mirror doesn’t reflect the food on the table and their reflection on the mirror is incomplete.
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.
And for all the other Feng Shui blunders, which are too many to mention here, I suggested that they put a Vajrapani Ruel on their altar.
Writing this now because according to NG, things started getting better within the week after they’ve taken out the mirror and put the Vajrapani Ruel on their altar. Furthermore, NG’s mother seems to be on her recovery and on her way to good health.
And now NG is asking me to do the Feng Shui audit of the unit next to their unit. Apparently, the family who lives there is also having problems. Told them to simply try the Vajrapani Ruel cure first.
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