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After A Series of Failed Business Attempts, A Father Finally Becomes Successful: A Story of Business Luck, Wealth Luck and Financial Luck Brought About by the Vajrapani Ruel!

Published Hulyo 4, 2017 by jptan2012

In a culture that is quite patriarchal like the Philippines it is a big deal for us if a father doesn’t have a stable job or business or a stable mean to bring food to the table. Usually issues like these cause a some concern or strain within the family.

For my reader, Leleng, the fact that she is the one providing for the family is actually a non – issue for her. However, for her husband, Rod, this is a big issue. And the fact that he is unable to be the sole or main provider for his family is a big issue for him and is causing so much concern and insecurities for him.

You see Rodrigo have had several business attempts and for some reason they all seem to fail. According to Leleng, he had had a total of 6 different businesses but not a single one lasted for a year. Rod is already 57 and looking for another job is going to be difficult for him.

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.

So Leleng called me requesting for the Vajrapani Ruel. She wants it to help her find another job. She didn’t mentioned to her husband that the Vajrapani Ruel is a little pricey, because he might not want to use it and he doesn’t really believe that Feng Shui or amulet works. And so when she gave the Vajrapani Ruel to her husband, she told him that she got it only for free and that he should give it a try while looking for a job.

However, three weeks after he got the Vajrapani Ruel, he got his first miracle. Little did he know that his brother enrolled him in a financial plan several years ago. The financial plan has matured and he is able to claim a total of Php 500,000.00 (roughly US$10,000.00).

This was Rod’s first miracle, which happened early last year. And when they informed me about this before, I didn’t write about it because I felt there are simply too many Vajrapani Ruel Miraculous Stories on this blog that is about money.

Nevertheless, just recently I got a message from Leleng again. At that time that Rod got the Php 500,000.00, he wanted to invest it again on a business. Leleng opposed this but Rod was adamant. In the end, Leleng decided to throw in her support and wished that the Vajrapani Ruel will simply work it’s magic on Rod the second time around.

Leleng David

Hi JP! Sorry that it took me awhile to share my miracle thru text as you requested. I’m not very good in writing, it might be embarrassing to your readers, so it’s up to you. My miracle is actually a miracle for my husband. Aside from the 500,000.00 that he got which I mentioned to you last year. I’m very happy to share that his business is also doing well. This is really the first time that he became successful in business. Even he was surprised and now believes that it is because of the (Vajrapani) Ruel. He has received some offer like what I told you, but other than that he was able to expand already. HAD TO COVER THE FIRST PART OF THE MESSAGE BECAUSE IT CONTAINS SOME MATTERS THAT LELENG IS NOT YET WILLING TO SHARE.

And her faith on the Vajrapani Ruel and Bodhisattva Vajrapani paid off because Rod’s business is now more than a year and it is doing well. In fact, in less than a year he has expanded his business and a competitor has offered to buy the business. This is good because it shows that they are afraid that it will grow bigger and become a bigger competitor. Rod declined the offer but instead the said competitor has agreed to invest on Rod’s business and it will become an alternative brand to the other business.

Leleng fully believes that all these are due to the Vajrapani Ruel. She said after having the Vajrapani Ruel, Rod’s personality changed, he has become a little more aggressive and while he has been intelligent right from the start he is now more practical which is a big factor in his business success.

Now isn’t this a wonderful miracle?!

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

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The Feng Shui of Eating

Published Mayo 14, 2016 by jptan2012
Fruits and vegetables

Assortment of fruits and vegetables

What is not much talked about is the Feng Shui of eating and how this affects us and this also plays an important role in our luck. In my upcoming book a chapter is dedicated to this topic, but I think it is not redundancy to briefly discuss it here.

As mentioned, a chapter is dedicated to this topic in my upcoming book. There I talked about the effects of each kind of food in our luck. But for now, I would like to give a shorter version of it.

Two things generally guide THE FENG SHUI OF EATING and they are the following: YANG Food and YIN Food!

Yang Food is foods that are eaten ‘alive’ or are fresh. These are fresh fruits and fresh vegetables. Cooked vegetables and fruits are also Yang Energy foods or Yang foods. However, vegetables and fruits that are preserved or are canned are considered as Yin foods.

Yin Food are foods that has to be killed ore preserved before eaten. Practically all meat is considered as Yin food, even foods that are eaten raw like sushi or sashimi or ceviche are yin because they have to die first before we they can be eaten. Or they are killed because we have to eat them.

Base on these two categories one can see that it is better to eat vegetables and fruits only.

 

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What To Do When You Have No Other Choice But to Face Your Bad Direction?

Published Mayo 4, 2016 by jptan2012

All of us have our own four lucky directions and four unlucky directions base on our Kua number, which in turn is base on our birth date. If you are not yet familiar with this I suggest you read the following posts that were written 4 years ago:

It is important that you get to read them first before you read this post for you to understand this article better.

Now the ideal situation is you totally avoid having your house or office face any of your bad directions, or facing your bad direction while working or sleeping. However, in reality we can’t always avoid these directions. If you are a couple, always take note that the head of the family should always face the good directions. But whether you are a couple or single person and you can’t avoid facing your bad directions, please do the following to help temper the effects of the bad direction.

  1. Make a weekly offering to the Buddhas or Bodhisattvas or Taoist Gods. In making an offering of incense, flowers, water, or even food you create a lot of good merit or energy of yourself. This will help temper the bad effects of having to face your bad directions.
  2. Wear a powerful amulet and highly recommend the Vajrapani Ruel and/or the Surangama Mantra Amulet. Wearing a powerful amulet will help protect you from the negative effects of having to face your bad directions.
  3. Do good deeds and do them sincerely. Feed the animals; donate to the charity, etc. Sincerely doing good deeds will help temper the negative effects of having to face your bad directions.

Remember though, it is better if you avoid your bad directions. These cures are temporary or at best they just temper the bad effects.

 

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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 Marso 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.

 

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

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Losing Money Because of A Mirror and Curing A Terribly Bad Feng Shui of A Home with the Vajrapani Ruel!

Published Setyembre 16, 2015 by jptan2012

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.

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.

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.

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

  1. The World’s Most Powerful Amulet in the Buddhist Pantheon Called Vajrapani Ruel.
  2. The Vajrapani Ruel Stories: The 17th Karmapa’s Relatively Easy Escape; The Miraculous Release of a Tibetan Monk from Chinese Prison and Labor Camp; and The Wealth Luck Bestowed Upon a Repentant Prodigal Son.
  3. The Vajrapani Ruel Stories (2): How A Man Got His Land Back After A 20 – Year – Old Legal Bottle.
  4. The Vajrapani Ruel Stories (3): Early Karmic Death Was Erased with Good Deeds and the Vajrapani Ruel.
  5. The Vajrapani Ruel Stories (4): Received the Needed Financial and Wealth Blessing to Solve Money Problems.
  6. The Vajrapani Ruel Stories (5): In the Nick of Time and Money Problems Solved with the Help of the ‘Hated’ Gift.
  7. A Reader Receives A Precious Gift from the Abbess of the Lotus Temple and Some Quaint Vajrapani Ruel Stories.
  8. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (6): Getting to Work Abroad.
  9. The Kuan Yin with Heart Sutra and the Vajrapani Ruel Helped an Entrepreneur Solved Her Problems.
  10. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (7): Miraculous Healing and An Unexpected ‘Miraculous’ Financial and Wealth Luck.
  11. Coincidence or Another Vajrapani Ruel Story?
  12. Did the Vajrapani Ruel Triggered a Past Life Recall?
  13. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (8): Amazing Financial Luck and 5 Condo Units All Because of the Vajrapani Ruel.
  14. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (9): Two Bags Full of Money Helps Solve Family Financial Problem.
  15. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (10): Simple Miracles But Miracles Nonetheless.
  16. Vajrapni Ruel Stories (11): Acquiring A Property, Avoiding Problems Brought About A Natural Calamity, and Life Simply Becomes Easier All Because of A Wonderful Gift of Luck.
  17. Vajrapani Ruel Stories(12): Finding Long Lost Father With A Bonus of Finding True Love!
  18. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (13): Migrating to Canada and Breaking – Up with the Live – In Partner.
  19. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (14): Winning A Contest On A National Television!
  20. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (15): 90 Million Pesos Mutual Fund Deal Closed Without A Sweat!
  21. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (16): Chased After By Jobs.
  22. Understanding the Vajrapani Ruel Stories: Clarifying the Difference in the Miracles and Why The Anonymity of Those Who Experienced It.
  23. Expecting A Good Harvest and Temporarily Acquiring A Much Coveted Property: Another “Vajrapani Ruel Stories” and A “Wish Fulfilling and Buddha’s Blessing Mantra Pendant” Personal Testimony.
  24. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (17): How A Man Helped His Mother Get Her Land Backed After More Than 20 Years of Trying!
  25. Did the Vajrapani Ruel Manifested It’s Power to A Person Even Before She Received It?
  26. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (18): Borrowed Luck Lands Him A Job In A Japanese Company!
  27. Did the Vajrapani Ruel Make Him See the Future that Helped Save His Life?
  28. Vajrapani Ruel Stories (19): A Difficult Pitch That Ended in A Totally Different But Wonderful Way!
  29. Be Grateful for Miracles No Matter How ‘Small’: Two Simple Vajrapani Ruel Miraculous Stories and How Those Who Experienced It Are Teaching Us A Lesson About Gratitude.

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The Bad Effects of Eating Processed Foods in a Feng Shui Perspective

Published Mayo 30, 2015 by jptan2012

Is there such things Feng Shui of the food that we eat? Well…the answer is YES, there is such a thing as Food Feng Shui. This may be a little extreme, and I personally don’t really follow this so much because at this time and age, it can be quite difficult to follow. But centuries ago this is something that’s followed, especially by older people and parents for their kids.processed-foods

Some foods are categorized as yang, and some foods are categorized as yin. Yin and Yang food intake should be balance and eating too much yin is bad, but eating so much yang is also bad. I can’t really go into so much detail about Food Feng Shui because this is not something I really focused on so much, but I believe each one of us should understand that processed foods are considered extremely yin.

Science has the answer as to why we shouldn’t eat too much yang food, but in Feng Shui eating too much yang food is also very bad, because this increases our yin energy and make us more susceptible to the effects of negative energy.

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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