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Financial Luck One After the Other; Wish Fulfilled; Strange Prophetic Dream; And Saved From A Definite Harm or Even Death: Another Overseas Worker Reader Shares Her Miraculous Personal Testimony About the Vajrapani Ruel!

Published Hunyo 29, 2016 by jptan2012

Today, allow me to share with you a miraculous personal testimony of a reader who works in Hong Kong. Her story is so wonderful because while the miracle may not be as fabulous as the other stories that I have posted and that were shared by other readers, DL, as she requested to be called, experienced a series of miracles! For those who can read Filipino, you can personally read her story, the way she wrote it. However, those who can’t understand Filipino, I have taken the liberty to translate it in English. I tried my best to translate it verbatim.

But before I share her story, I just want to share that you may have noticed that lately I try my best to put the actual sms or email sent by the reader who shares his or her miraculous story. This is something that I want to do regularly if possible, but there are still others who wish to just call me and talk to me over the phone about their experiences. But whether they simply call and talk to me over the phone or send a message and allow me to post their message or their testimony, personal testimonies like these are the ones that keep me going.

Some of you might be aware that there are some people who are trying to discredit Feng Shui, Taoism, Buddhism, and the powers of the amulets. Some people will even go as far as bad mouthing the Vajrapani Ruel calling it to be the work of evil or saying it’s fake. I will not even go to discussing about the things that are said against me (depends on how you look at it some may be true, mostly are not). But whatever negativities are going on around there, when I receive some personal testimonies from readers about the miracle they have experienced because of the Vajrapani Ruel, or Surangama Mantra Amulet or Illness Suppression Amulet or the Ing Deng Pay or about doing the recommendations or chanting the mantras that I have written about, it gives me going and it encourages me to write. Of course, now I know that I should be more responsible and I should fully acknowledge that I have responsibilities or I have a responsibility on my readers. Again, when I receive these testimonies I know that why there are still some changes that I should implement, I know that writing this blog is all worth it, because no amount of money can pay for experience one can have when we read these testimonies.

Anyway, DL, I think is a new Filipino overseas worker in Hong Kong. She works as an in – house nanny. I still remember when she first requested the Vajrapani Ruel, and as her written testimony states, there was a delay in the delivery of her Vajrapani Ruel. It took 6 months, I think. I’m not saying this as an excuse but sometimes delays are cause by unseen forces, they want to prevent us from getting the amulet. Or sometimes fate just have the perfect timing for one to have the Vajrapani Ruel, and I think this is the case for DL.

DL

Please see translation below and proof of the incident she mentioned. I believe also that the picture she sent was recently taken so it explains why it’s clean and only has a burnt off part.

JP Tan

            I just want to tell you about the ‘miracle’ that I experienced with the Vajrapani Ruel in the short time that it’s with me. I have to give it to my husband because I think he needs it more.

            I ordered the Vajrapani Ruel June and it arrived Dec. 5, 2015 here in Hong Kong. But before even I receive it, I dreamt that there is an old man who rang the doorbell and handed me a brown envelop that contains a bundle of money and a small envelop that contains that Vajrapani Ruel. I (in the dream) even handed the mailman some money.20160614_204154

            (A) few months later I received the Vajrapani Ruel and the guy in my dream was the same guy who handed me the Vajrapani Ruel. One week after having the Vajrapani Ruel something happened. I was sleeping beside my ward who was only 7 months old at that time, my put the Vajrapani Ruel beside my pillow and proceeded to a deep slumber with baby (DL’s ward), I didn’t realized that the socket beside our bed was burning. Just found out about it the following day when I cleaned (the room). It got me wondering as to why it didn’t burn the bed since our bed is right beside to the electrical socket. That’s when I remembered about the Vajrapani Ruel. If it were not for the Vajrapani Ruel ‘baby’ and I would have been burned to death (toasted was the word DL use).

            After that incident I made a wish on the Vajrapani Ruel to give money so I can buy a plane ticket, and that my employers would allow me to go home to the Philippines. I know it was unlikely to happen because one my contract has not yet ended and also because at that time I have two wards to take care of. (Nevertheless) the following morning I talked to my employer to allow me to go home in March because I want to attend my husband’s graduation. He immediately said yes and he even gave me a round – trip ticket! I was really happy at that time. I don’t know how to explain it but the blessings I received seems to be coming one after the other.

            Before I went home (to the Philippines), my employer’s parents found out that I’m going home and his mother gave me HK$ 2,000.00 for my children, and his father gave me HK$ 4,000.00 and further more my employer lend me some money because he knows that I don’t have much since my husband went back to college.

            The last thing I experienced is something that is impossible to happen. It is impossible for my brother to pay me the Php 15,000.00 that she borrowed three years ago. I again made a wish with the Vajrapani Ruel for her to pay me back just before I left for Hong Kong again, so that I can leave that money to my family here. Two days before my flight my sister – in – law sent me message informing me that she will pay me back the money on the day of my flight back to Hong Kong. Told her to just give it to my husband. When my husband drops me off at the airport, my brother called him up to inform him that the money is ready for pick – up. And he did get the money. Those are the miracles that I experienced in the (more or less) three months that the Vajrapani Ruel is with me. It’s a good thing I left this with my husband because my youngest child refuse to go to school, hope that the Vajrapani Ruel can make him go back to school.

            Jp, I’m giving you the right to post these stories, please just use the initial DL. By the way, I’m still chanting the Vajrapani (mantra) so that I can have money again soon to get my own Vajrapani Ruel. So that my husband and I can have one each. I also want to ask when you dream that there are several monk who visited you in your house and offered prayer, what does it mean?

            Thank you. Hopefully I can still share more stories with you. (THIS PART WAS FOLLOWED BY A PERSONAL QUESTION) Thank you again.

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

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.


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A Visit to Hong Kong’s Wong Tai Sin Temple

Published Hunyo 6, 2012 by jptan2012

A visit to Hong Kong is never complete without a visit to Wong Tai Sin Temple. Wong Tai Sin Temple, which is also called, as the Sik Sik Wong Tai Sin Temple is perhaps the most famous temple in Hong Kong. It is located in the Kowloon side of Hong Kong.

Wong Tai Sin Main Temple. Note that devotees light and pray outside of the temple. This is to protect the temple from being destroyed.

People go to Wong Tai Sin Temple to pray everything and anything under the sun, and the temple can get a little crowded especially on Sundays. Whenever I’m in HK I always make sure that I visit Wong Tai Sin Temple and pray for different things. Most of the things that I prayed for get answered.

Wong Tai Sin Temple is really more than just a temple; it’s a compound composing of different shrines and/or temples. There are also various walls with arts that have religious significance.

Wong Tai Sin is a popular Chinese Taoist deity who was born as Wong Cho Ping.

Image of Wong Tai Sin. Notice that he has a resemblance with one of the Eight Immortal – Lu Dong Bin.

Wong Tai Sin directly translates as the ‘Great Immortal Wong’, and he is known for his healing abilities, thus he is largely considered as a god of healing, although, in truth, people go there to pray for anything and everything that bothers them.

Not much is known about Wong Tai Sin’s mortal being Wong Cho Ping. However, it is said that he was born poor and started working as a shepherd at a young age of eight years old. According to the few books that survived that talks about Wong Tai Sin, Wong Tai Sin became an immortal at about the age of 55, this was after he met an immortal 40 years earlier who supposedly saw the purity of Wong Tai Sin’s heart and decided to give him the secret to being an immortal. He supposedly attained his immortality at the Red Pine Mountain. Before he became an immortal it is said that he is able to transform stones into sheep. However, it is not clear why would there be a need for him to transform stones into sheeps.

Wong Tai Sin temple is a shrine, which happens to be a major tourist spot, in HK that is dedicated to Wong Tai Sin. It was said that Wong Tai Sin himself chose the place of the shrine by revealing it to an enlightened Taoist priest. Before the shrine or temple was built in its current location, it used to be in a house near the current shrine. In the older shrine, it is said, is where Wong Tai Sin created a lot of his miracles and gained a big following and popularity.

The main temple or shrine, which is also the biggest in the whole compound, is dedicated to Wong Tai Sin.

Wong Tai Sin Main Temple, which is the shrine for Wong Tai Sin or Wong Cho Ping. The devotees light their incense outside the temple. They usually put some tent when it rains. Picture lifted from google images.

However, the government has decided to keep it off limits because believers would always want to touch the image of Wong Tai Sin, thus damaging some parts of the image and of the interior of the temple.

Beside the main temple is the Three-Saint Hall that houses the image of Kuan Yin, Kuan Kong, and Lu Dong Bin. However, like the main hall, this is also off limits from the devotees. There is also a Nine-Dragon Wall, which is copied from the Forbidden City in Beijing.

Outside the Main Temple

There’s a pair of Piyao at the entrance of the temple. Hong Kong Chinese and Mainland Chinese rubs their hand against the Piyao of the temple. Depending on what part of the Piyao it may give you protection, wealth, and/or good health. Rubbing the dragon as shown in the picture will give your protection and good luck.

The other side of the entrance where the other Piyao is located. People are also rubbing this Piyao.

One of the first thing that will greet you upon entering the main entrance, just before you go up to the main shrine, is the image of Yue Lau or The Old Man in the Moon who is a Taoist God that helps singletons look for their partner in life.

Seen from the outside of Three-Saint Hall is the image of Kuan YIn, on her right is Kuan Kong and to her left is Lu Dong Bin. I’m unable to get a better picture because the hall is also off limits to devotees. If you notice, although the image is simply called Kuan Yin, it really is a manifestation of the Thousand-Hand Kuan Yin.

Wong Tai Sin’s Nine-Dragon Wall. This particular picture was lifted from google images.

All throughout the temple compound, you’ll see different images or statues of Taoist gods.

Just before you enter the temple, there are a lot of stalls that sells Feng Shui and Taoist amulets. You can get different Wong Tai Sin amulets just before you enter the temple. Just make sure you haggle the price. When I first ask as to how much is the Wong Tai Sin Amulet, the seller said it’s HK$20.00. Told him I’m not willing to spend more than HK5.00 for each of the amulet. I was told that they don’t have anything below HK$10.00. I then insisted that my budget is only HK$5.00. I was then told to leave and not waste their time. I then started to leave, after which the seller ran after me and said just because I’m a foreigner he’ll give it to me for HK$5.00.

I got several Wong Tai Sin Amulet. Please note that there are different kinds of Wong Tai Sin amulet, some are for wealth, health, safety, etc. The one in the picture is wealth enhancement amulet. The pouch has an image of Wong Tai Sin and you’ll put the ‘sutra’ or prayer book inside, with the lucky coin, and crystal chips. Once inside let it pass the incense smoke three times. If you’re left handed do it clockwise, if right handed do it counter clockwise.

What We Have to Learn About Feng Shui in Disneyland

Published Hunyo 3, 2012 by jptan2012

Disneyland is considered by many people as the happiest place on earth, while this is debatable, no one can deny that Disneyland’s success can be attributed, not so much with good physical Feng Shui, but by it’s ultimate positive chi of happiness.

My family and me recently went on a vacation in Hong Kong, needless to say, for the sake of the kids who are traveling with us we went to Disneyland. I won’t be able to post my family’s pictures here because they value their privacy, but out pictures shows that the adults enjoyed Disneyland as much as the kids did.

Somebody once told me that Disneyland Hong Kong did consult a Feng Shui expert, and judging from its entrance, I think it really has good Feng Shui. However, even if they didn’t consult a Feng Shui expert, the amount of positive energy created by all the happy images of Mickey Mouse and the Disney gang, and the amount of positive energy created by the people who go there is more than enough to counter bad Feng Shui.

What I’m trying to say is while good physical Feng Shui is important, inner Feng Shui, which is all about being happy and positive is much more powerful.

Allow me to share some pictures that we took in HK Disneyland. Just by looking at these pictures, it’s enough to create some positive chi.

The water fountain at the entrance of HK Disneyland signifies money coming in. It’s a nice idea that they put Mickey Mouse on top of the water fountain, because it signifies that the management is in control on how the money comes in and how they are spent.

The iconic Disneyland Castle also suggest power but at the same time it connotes warmth, which makes people want to visit Disneyland.

Inside the ‘It’s A Small World’ Castle. The atmosphere here is really of a friendly, peaceful one.

Seeing the different Disney characters is enough to lift one’s spirits. It’s just a surge of subtle positive chi. Both kids and adults seeing the different Disney characters.

Mickey Mouse

Minnie Mouse with Pluto

 

 

Goofy

Winnie the Pooh

Is this Snow White or Cinderella?

Stitch

Buzz Lightyear of Toy Story

Woody

Jessie

And of course the fireworks at the end of the days is simply amazing. Pictures are unable to capture the beauty of the sound/music that goes with the fireworks. But Disneyland made sure that even though evening is largely a Yin energy they still end with a Yang energy activity.

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