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Lost of Power and Support Because of the Garage!

Published Setyembre 28, 2017 by jptan2012

Allow me to share with you the story of a former colleague. Joanna (Jo) is a former colleague back when I was still an employee. She is a very intelligent and hardworking woman, and for a time she was the sole breadwinner of her family. She earns good salary because she is quite good with what she do, and I enjoyed working with her before she was a great team player, so a few years after I left I was not surprised that she also left the said company for a bigger one.

I found out that she became a unit director of one of one of the biggest real estate company in the Philippines. And although we don’t get to talk as much, I will constantly hear from common friends about her and that she is doing quite well.

One day, I heard that she has bought a property and had it renovated so she and parents and younger brother will be moving into the said house. She never requested me to Feng Shui audit her house only because she doesn’t believe in Feng Shui.

And so I was really surprised when she got in touch with me and told me about her concern. Apparently, since moving into the said house, things start to fall apart. While before she enjoys the support of her staff and her bosses, it seems gradually she is becoming an island in her company. She now seems powerless while before she was considered as one of the most powerful voice in the said company. A mutual friend suggested that she consult me and out of desperation she reached out to me.

It was not hard for us to meet, although we never had the opportunity before, because the company she worked for is also my client in my main business and so we agreed to meet.

Before we arranged to meet, I told bring a floor plan of her house and also some pictures. When she showed me the floor plan and the pictures, I immediately asked her whether her bedroom is above the garage because the floor plan shows that there is a room on top of the garage. She said yes, and I told her that’s the problem.

You see, a garage is considered as an empty space or a no ‘chi’ area of the house. That place is considered as empty or dead chi. While it is normally neutral, having a room on top of it makes it really bad because it will mean that you are ‘living’ on top of an empty space or a space with dead chi, and that will make your life chi weak thus taking out power and support away from you.

This is especially bad if the garage happens to be on the sector of your good luck. This is determined thru the Kua number.

The solution to this now is really to put a powerful amulet in that area. I would normally recommend to put Vajrapani Ruel(1) or any powerful amulet like the Surangama Mantra Amulet or the Traditional Sutra Amulet. But at that time these amulets were not yet available so I told her to put on some light in the garage, and to make it really bright. And if possible to have a dog or cat or even a child play in that area whenever possible and to play some music in that area. Jo decided to install lights and she installed a speaker in the area so whenever they play music inside the house, the music is also played in the garage. She from time to time also has her dog play in the area.

Jo told me that these things helped, and slowly she regained the power and popularity and support that she used to enjoy.

Jo has since then put a Vajrapani Ruel in the area and she said she could feel that putting an amulet in the area proved to be better because she again just had another promotion. She is now Junior Vice – President of the said company!

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Dogs Barking or Howling At Walls: What It Means and How to Deal With It?

Published Nobyembre 30, 2016 by jptan2012

dogs-barkingRegular readers of this blog knows that I’m a firm believer of how a pet dog and help increase your good chi and bring in good luck, as long as one takes care of them properly and truly loves them.

I have a friend who called me up the other day, apparently his dogs are barking at his ‘wall’. Sometimes they howl. They seem to be seeing something that he is not seeing and he finds it creepy.

Dogs are naturally more sensitive in seeing or feeling unseen beings, and they may be seeing entities that we are not seeing. The manifestation usually comes in the form of them barking at the wall or at an empty space and they seem to be seeing something which we don’t see. Or it could be a howling. Sometimes they can be chasing something or seemingly being chased by something. Or they can be spooked and hide or seemingly growling at something. If these things happen, chances are they are seeing an entity or at the very least be feeling an entity.

When these things happen, first recognize the attitude of the dog. If they seems happy or relax chances are they’re seeing something of a positive or neutral entity. But if they seem spook or angry this is an indication that it is a negative entity. This is the case of my friend’s dogs.

If it’s a positive or neutral entity, just ignore them and they will soon go away. But if it’s a negative entity, it will be good if you as an expert to exorcise or like in the case of my friend, he got a Vajrapani Ruel and a Traditional Sutra Amulet (THE SUTRA ON THE PAST VOWS OF EARTH STORE BODHISATTVA) and a day after that aggressive barking at the ‘walls’ cease.

I would like to caution though that howling doesn’t really mean the presence of negative entities, some dogs are really just howlers like the Alaskan Malamute and Siberian Husky. Or sometimes they might be hearing a sound, because they have sensitive ears, that makes them howl. Like my dog back when we were still in our old house, we can tell if the Selecta ice cream man is about to pass by even before we hear his distinct music, because our dogs will already howl, and they won’ stop until the Selecta ice cream man pass by.

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Getting Support Through Feng Shui

Published Disyembre 1, 2012 by jptan2012

In my recent trip to San Diego, California, my best friend’s brother and sister-in-law generously volunteered to host me all throughout my stay there. I’m really glad that I took on their offer to stay in the house because I don’t have to eat hotel food, and to be honest, I saved up a lot of money because I don’t have to pay for hotel room and J, my best friend’s sister-in-law always make sure that I have food and I don’t go hungry. That only downside is that I gained some pounds and fat, a big thing for somebody who is trying to lose some weight. I really love J’s cooking, she has put a lot of American twist to the Filipino dishes.

It is in their house, one dinner, that I met W, a German – American guy who works in a bank in the States. During our dinner, conversation went into Feng Shui, and this is when W consulted me about his problem in the office.

According to W, he believes that he is fairly successful and that he has a good life. However, there’s something that has always bothered him, everything he does in the office, he always have to ‘…fight for it, fight with a capital F-I-G-H-T…’. W said he never seemed to have gotten his superiors’ support even though he has fairly proven himself and that his projects has mostly been successful. He once thought that it is a personality difference issue but even when one of his superior was replaced, he still faces the same problem with the new one. He gets along with his new superior on a personal level, but somehow it seems like he is unable to get the superior’s professional support.

P, my best friend’s brother, and J suggested to W to request me to Feng Shui his office. I told W if he believes in Feng Shui I’d be willing to do it for him and told him to bring me to his office. We then agreed on a date.

When W brought me to his office, I immediately saw the problem. He has a spacious office, but the office also has a glass wall, and when seated his back is facing the window/glass wall. This means that he doesn’t have any support coming from his back!!!

The problem is pretty obvious and quite simple to cure. Having an ‘empty space’ behind your work area will translate to a literal support-less atmosphere for you in your work. Like what W experienced, if there’s nothing behind you, you also won’t get any support, no matter how good you are in what you do. Sometimes, even if there’s a window behind you but there’s a building behind you, and it’s quite near your own building, then that building may act as a Feng Shui support. In the case of W, there’s no tall building behind him that can act as a Feng Shui support.3 Peak Mountain

Since he already has a small table behind him, I suggested that he put a Feng Shui 3-Peak Mountain behind him. Normally, what I would suggest is to put a painting of a mountain, however, since it’s a glass wall that also serves as a window, it’s impossible to hang a painting here, thus a Feng Shui Three-Peak Mountain will do. When it comes to effectivity, they’re both quite effective. It’s just that a Feng Shui 3-Peak Mountain might look a little out-of-place in his office.

Some 3-Peak Mountain has the Three Celestial Guardians. This works quite well as well.

Some 3-Peak Mountain has the Three Celestial Guardians. This works quite well as well.

I think, the Feng Shui 3-Peak Mountain is the solution to his problem, but I also suggested for him to wear a Ruyi pendant or carry it as a keychain to give him more authority.

It’s been about 2 months since I suggested the cure and W emailed me to say that he can now feel the significant change in the way his superiors look at his projects or proposals. They now give him their support. A colleague also commented that there is some change in W, according to W, the colleague said that he now seems more confident and authoritative. I’m guessing it’s because of the Ruyi pendant he started wearing.

I just want to give some guidelines about having a mountain and choosing a mountain picture to get support.

This is an ideal painting of a mountain that you can use for Feng Shui.

This is an ideal painting of a mountain that you can use for Feng Shui.

  1. Never put the mountain in front of you. It will be confronting the mountain, thus it will create your downfall.
  2. Make the painting or picture of the mountain big enough to make it noticeable but not so big that it overcomes you.
  3. A good mountain picture is something that doesn’t have a very sharp peak or sharp ridges.

Remember, a mountain behind you will give you solid support in your work and career!

dragon tortoise233Aside from putting a picture of a mountain or a Feng Shui 3-Peak Mountain, you can also put a Dragon-Tortoise behind you. It works as well. In fact, in my office it’s the Dragon – Tortoise that offers me support.

 

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