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The Power Position: A Natural Feng Shui Remedy For A Cheating Husband.

Published Setyembre 30, 2015 by jptan2012

cheating husbandA lot of women have been requesting for the Vajrapani Ruel to help cure their relationships with their cheating husband. Sometimes, I will accede to their request but not after first determining the problem.

Aside from the natural cures or remedies mentioned here on this blog, another way to stop your husband from cheating is to give him the “power position”. What is the power position? Power positions are the areas in significant rooms or sectors of your house and let him get the ‘first’ source of energy.

For example, in your bed, he should be lying on the side of the bed that is nearer the door. Of course, this depends on his Kua number also. In the dining table, he should be sitting across the door.

Recently, a reader wanted to get the Vajrapani Ruel and I suggested this cure instead and she just confirmed with me that it worked!

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Pumpkin: A Natural Feng Shui Enhancer

Published Hunyo 9, 2015 by jptan2012

pumpkinPumpkin is a very popular Halloween vegetable in the west, but in Asia, especially in the China, a pumpkin is a very powerful symbol of abundance.

If you feel that your life generally lack abundance whether in wealth or personal growth, put some beautiful pumpkin on your living room table or dining table and surely you will start feeling some abundance in your life.

On top of that the reddish or orang-y color of the pumpkin helps in creating harmony and bring in some yang energy. The natural stickiness of the pumpkin is said to bring make luck sticky in your life.

But like any other natural cures you have to be careful that it doesn’t get rotten on your table.

So remember that even if you cannot afford to have the Vajrapani Ruel, there are other ways to help you improve your luck all you need is a little help from nature.

Namtso Salt: A Rare Buddhist Artisan Salt Used for Protection from Negative Energy and for Enhancing Wealth Luck!

Published Nobyembre 29, 2014 by jptan2012

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Despite being one of the largest salt-water lakes in Asia, Namtso is still relatively an unknown name to most people. But from this unknown lake comes one of the rarest Buddhist artisan salts that are good in combating and protecting us from negative chi and also helps generate wealth luck.
Namtso Lake is more popularly known as the ‘Heavenly Lake’ and is considered as the third holiest lake in Tibet. It is also the largest salt-water lake in Tibet.
Before China invaded Tibet, Namtso Lake is one of the most popular pilgrimage sites; inspite of it’s relatively being inaccessible. The famous Tashi Dor monastery is located at the southeastern corner of the lake. Now it has simply become a tourist spot because the Chinese government has disallowed that it be considered a pilgrimage and holy site. namsto.4
I’ve never been to Namtso Lake, but according to my Guru Lama, Namtso Lake is one of the most beautiful lakes one can ever see. Its water is turquoise in color giving it a look of an ocean. It is believed that Namtso Lake has been an apparition site of various Buddhas and Bodhisattvas, namely, Avalokitesvara (Kuan Yin in her original form), White Dzambhala, Medicine Buddha. Furthermore, it is said the Guru Rinpoche himself has declared the lake to be holy.
There is no clear history as to when it started but Namtso Lake being a holy salt-water lake, gave rise to one of the most powerful salt in combatting negative energy and helping to enhance wealth luck.
Namtso Salt is a whole round chunk of salt as big as a small baby’s head. It is usually process in a clay pot and is considered as one of the purest salt. Placing the Namtso salt in a room will protect the room from negative chi. It is extremely advisable for one to use Namtso Salt if one doesn’t know whether a Feng Shui of the room is good or bad. Furthermore, a Namtso Salt that has been blessed by a monk can drive away evil spirits.
Aside from driving away evil spirits and protecting us from negative chi, Namtso Salt placed on the center table of the living room and on the dining table acts as a very potent wealth enhancer. According to my Guru Lama, he personally witnessed this when a 2nd generation Tibetan refugee migrated to Singapore to seek for greener pastures. However, after 2 years of staying in Singapore he was unable to improve his life and has not been able to send a single centavo to his family in India. Worst, he is not even able to send letters because he was so poor that he doesn’t have money for postage and of course, emails is out of the question. Out of frustration, he seeks out the help of a monk who happens to be a student of my Guru Lama. This particular young monk then brought his story to the attention of my Guru Lama. My Guru Lama then decided to do a special puja for him, but since he has a small chunk of Namtso Salt with him, he decided to bless it and gave it to the Tibetan refugee. His luck then has since has a great turn around, it has been 10 years since it happened, and he has now went back home to India where he now has his won business. He got his capital in Singapore and has largely recognized that his luck started to change for good after he received the Namtso Salt.
Making the Namtso Salt is a very tedious process, and takes months before one is finally available.
First, Buddhist monks usually gathered fallen woods from the forest. They will the soak the woods in the Namtso Lake for 6 months. After 6 months, they will then chop the woods into smaller chunks and dry them out under the sun. The process usually takes up to 5 days. Then they will slowly burn the said wood, once the wood is burnt into ashes they will then put more Namtso Lake salt water and put it into clay pots. That’s when they’ll cook the salt. The salt is cooked once the clay pots broke. namtso salt
To my knowledge, there is only one other place who do a similar artisan salt this way, and that’s here in the Philippines. Bohol also has a similar process, but unlike the Namtso Salt the one in Bohol is made for cooking.
In using the Namtso Salt as a protection against negative energy or to drive away evil spirits, it’s advisable to place one whole Namtso Salt in each room of the house or in the room where the evil spirit dwells. If you’re confined in a hospital, it’s also good to bring one whole Namtso Salt and place it in your hospital room.
Breaking a Namtso Salt into smaller pieces can also act as protection amulet. Again it will drive away evil spirits and protect us from negative energy. It is recommended when carried on as an amulet, place a small chunk (about the size of a tablespoon) in a red cloth and carry it with you. Carrying when going to the yin places like cemeteries, hospitals, etc. will also protect us from the yin energy of the place. These small chunks will also act as a micro wealth luck enhancer.
As mentioned, to use the Namtso Salt as wealth enhancer, one can place it on the dining table and on the center table of the living room.
Placing a whole Namtso Salt on the front door will repel all negative energies, and putting them inside the toilet, will help alleviate the negative energies cause by having a toilet in that section of the house.
Taking a Namtso Salt bath is also the most effective salt bath. One you can do is get a small chunk about a size of a tablespoon and put it in the tub.
China’s invasion of Tibet has made the making of the Namtso Salt even more difficult. It was already extremely difficult to make a batch of Namtso Salt before but it was even harder now, so much so that per batch of Namtso Salts are only made every 10 to 15 years. Furthermore, this is usually smuggled out of Tibet because the Chinese government in an effort to stop Buddhism has also made it illegal to make and export Namtso Salts out of Tibet.
A very limited number of Namtso Salts is being made available for the readers of this blog thru the kindness of my Guru Lama. Proceeds of the sale of the said Namtso Salts are to be given to either for the food of the Buddhist monks or to Tibetan refugees. However, because of the bulkiness of the Namtso Salts, there will only be limited areas or countries that can receive them. Also, for shipments we might have to do it by bulk.

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A Natural Way to Bring In Prosperity and Recognition Luck: Pineapple

Published Mayo 1, 2014 by jptan2012

pineappleI know that Feng Shui charms can be very expensive. In fact, the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT, although it has a number of personal testimonials from those who has requested for it, is quite pricey and not everybody can afford it.

So today, I would like to share with you another natural and inexpensive way of bringing in prosperity and recognition luck. This is relatively inexpensive, and if you’re able to chose the right one, it can be deliciously sweet.

I’m taking about the fruit – pineapple. Pineapple, in Fookien, sounds like ‘The King Enters’ or ‘The King has Arrived’.

Placing a pineapple on the South side of the house will help in the recognition luck. You can also check your Kua number and put the fruit on your recognition luck direction.

Also, placing a pineapple on top of your coffee table and/or dining table will also help in enhancing your prosperity luck.

If you have to be careful though to make sure that you get to eat the pineapple because it rots. A rotten pineapple will create a lot of negative chi.

Fruits: The Natural Way of Enhancing Good Feng Shui

Published Setyembre 7, 2013 by jptan2012

fruitsThe past few days I have been posting about the wonderful personal testimonies of my readers about the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT. However, as I’ve always mentioned, my greatest frustration is trying to get the price of the pendant lower because it is quite pricey. Its price is the greatest hindrance for more people to get and receive wonderful blessing thru the aide of the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT.

So today, like yesterday when I talked about the energized water I called ‘Temple Water’, I’m sharing one of the easiest, very affordable, and perhaps healthy way of enhancing one’s good Feng Shui, and that is thru the use of fruits.

Fruits are a natural way of enhancing Feng Shui. Putting different kind of fruits, preferably you have about three different kinds of fruits on your dining table or altar as an offering will help enhance good Feng Shui by attracting positive chi. The best way of doing it is getting unripe fruits and leave them to ripen on your altar or dining table.

However, you have to ensure that you don’t leave to rot. You must eat them or at the very least give them away. The only downside in doing this is that you will have to replace it every few days. Remember, faux fruits made of plastics won’t do.

So go out and buy fruits. Try to get different colors of fruits!

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