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A Different Kind of Haunting!

Published Marso 16, 2017 by jptan2012

Generally speaking, an average person is definitely afraid of a living in a haunted place. Who wouldn’t be? It is definitely scary to see doors or cabinets opening or closing by themselves, or showers opening on its own, or toilets flushing on its own. Furthermore, you wouldn’t want lights turning on and off by themselves, or worst, you hearing moaning, crying, or laughing. To top it off, most us won’t be able to bear to see spirits or hungry ghosts. I think it would be such a frightful experience to wake up and see a lady or a being at the foot of your bed staring at you. These are quite frightening experiences.

However, what is even more frightening if we come across with a sinister insidious spirit. And what’s even scarier is that this is more common that most people realize.

My Guru Lama and I are currently in the process of helping a guy get rid of an insidious sinister spirit, not only in his house but also in his village. This is perhaps one of the scariest incidents brought to my attention. However, since this is still a ‘work in progress’ I will not tell you about it now.

But as I said this more common that we realized and today allow me to share with you the story of Camala.

Camala is a 34 – years – old housewife with three children. Two boys who are twins and who at the time when this happened was 13 years – old and a daughter who when this happened was only 10 – years – old. Camala is married to David who at the time that this happened was 40 – years – old. He is 6 years older than Camala.

Camala and David used to live with David’s parents, until one time, Camala’s cousin to sell their house. When Camala found out about this, she was naturally interested to get it since she and David was already planning to get their own house and they have already saved enough money to get their own house. The fact that her cousin’s place was near David’s parent house and her parent’s house and the school of her children was a bonus because he still want to be near both their parent’s (Camala’s parent and David’s parents) not only because they can help look after their children, but also because both she and David can also look after their parents.

There is only one problem. Camala’s mother opposes the idea of Camala and David buying the house of Camala’s cousin from her father side. The mother believes that it is not a good house because she believes that it was a problematic house because when Camala’s aunt and uncle moved into that house, they separated, the kids (Camala’s cousins) started fighting with each other. In the end, one of them died of a drug overdose, one went to jail because of homicide, and the two remaining one are not talking to each other because of a fight about inheritance. Note that all these happened gradually in the span of several years.

However, Camala is not superstitious and doesn’t believe in bad luck. And so she bought the house and invited a famous commercial Feng Shui expert to Feng Shui their house to appease her mother, and she literally followed everything the Feng Shui suggested. And so soon her whole family moved into the house. David’s mother also requested their long time house help to move and serve Camala’s family so Camala will not have a hard time. Everything is, as Camala and David want it to be.

Soon, even Camala’s mother started to believe that there is nothing to her initial fears that the house is bad luck, because everything seems to be fine. The gradually, the twins start to fight a lot, with their younger sister taking the side of one of the twin. They attributed this to the fact that they’re growing children.

Then the house help who have been serving David’s family for a long time started to show an aggression towards the Camala’s family. She ended up stealing some of Camala’s money and jewelries and ran away. She has been serving David’s family for more than 15 years! This naturally came as a total surprise to their family and as a great shock. More than that they were really emotionally hurt for they treated her as a member of the family. In fact, Camala’s children call her Lola (Grandma).

Then Camala started becoming paranoid, this was all gradual and didn’t happen overnight. She started accusing all the other house help of stealing things and poisoning her family. Then Camala and her mother – in – law who usually goes to their house to help oversee the kids had a big fight! They never had a fight in all the years they were leaving together!

Camala’s husband started to stay out late, and there are times that he would even go out of town with his friends on weekend while he used to love to stay at home with his family. At one point he said that it seems like the people in the house doesn’t like him, and that he feels unwelcome in his own home. Naturally this took a strain in their relationship not only as the husband of Camala, but also as the father of their kids.

The breaking point is when the twins had a big fight, and then in the course of the fight, which became physical they accidentally pushed the youngest down the stairs. She had to be hospitalized for a few days.

This is when Camala’s mother decided to get in touch with me thinking that the Feng Shui of the house is wrong. She said she is a regular reader of my blog.

And so after about a month of coordinating I finally got to see Camala’s place. There was some Feng Shui blunders but nothing that would explain the intensity of the things that they are experiencing. Looking at their Bazi Chart / Paht Chee Chart also shows no significant reason as to why they are experiencing what they are going through.

However, what I noticed is that while I was there, although I’m not psychic there is different sensation. A sadness, disturbed feeling that I can’t describe. I knew then that this is the case that I should bring to the attention of my Guru Lama.

Without taking the history of the house, my Guru Lama said that the house is haunted by negative entities that manifest their hauntings in a more sinister and insidious way. The people of that house won’t see the spirits or feel them in a way one normally feels the spirits, but instead they have a way of affecting in a negative way the mental and physical health of a person. They become negative people and they have negative personalities!

So how do we exorcise or deal with this kind of haunting? How do we get rid of the spirits?

Guru Lama clarified that the curing will not be easy, but he suggested a Vajrapani Ruel(1), a Surangama Mantra Amulet(1) and Traditional Sutra Amulet(1), plus a special amulet to be placed in the house. At that time the Traditional Sutra Amulet(2) was not yet readily available and so Guru Lama had to specially source a copy for Camala.

That was in 2014. Now Camala and David are back to their good life, maybe even better, before they experience the different kind of haunting, a sinister and insidious type of haunting.

 

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Why Bad Things Happen To Good People? Is There Really A Good Answer to This?

Published Marso 18, 2016 by jptan2012

Why do bad things happen to good people? This is a question that has been asked so many times, in so many situations, and in so many different forms. Sometime we may also ask why do good things happen to bad people.

But is there really an answer to this question? In Feng Shui and Taoism the answer lies in your chart and in fate, and in Buddhism the answer lies in karma. But are these really answers?

I raise this question now because I was asked this question a few days ago. And unlike before I have an immediate answer and the answer would be karma. But sometimes that in itself is a cruel answer.

Because of the sensitivity and involvement of a high profile family, I will not be able to share a lot of details about them. But basically I’ve yet to meet a person who has to say something about this family. From the Patriarch down to the grandchildren, people only have good words for them and my own personal experience with them, although they are really rich to the level of owning private learjets, several buildings, and hectares and hectares of properties, politicians even ‘bow’ to them, they remain to be the most humble and kindest people I’ve ever met, especially the patriarch. Words will not be able to describe how rich they are, but words won’t be able to describe also how nice, kind, and compassionate the whole family is especially the patriarch and the matriarch. Their staffs are relaxed around them but always give them the utmost respect and love.

I’m sharing this because I want you to understand how rich and how nice they are. They’re simply one of the best people you’ll ever meet in this world. And while they’re really rich, they always use their money to help better the lives of other people, but what’s even amazing is that they don’t only use their money to help, they also give themselves to help people. They would devote their time and knowledge and get physically involve in helping people. When they help they really help giving a part of themselves in the process, they don’t just send money.

Then tragedy struck, one of the grandchildren had an accident, was hospitalized for a few days and then eventually passed away.

While they’re technically not Buddhist, they believe in Buddhism, and the first question they have in their mind is why did this tragedy struck their family and why did it happen to a very healthy young man. Somebody else ask the question as to whether the goodness, the kindness, the generosity of the patriarch is not enough for him to go through the pain of losing a grandson!

Well, I can go on and discuss karma, collective karma, and how it is much more difficult to cure and avoid collective karma, but can I? Should I even attempt?

According to BM, my reader and friend, who have been featured in this blog several times, there are things that are not meant to be answered. Is she right about this? Do I agree with her? I personally saw the goodness of this family, and in fact BM said I’m so blessed to have met people like them, especially somebody like the patriarch and matriarch of this family, and so when this tragedy struck I personally saw their pain and although I went there to lend a helping hand, at one time I broke down and cried with them, they don’t deserve the pain that they experienced and is experiencing. But why do bad things happen to good people?

Karma… But then I really don’t know. I’m sure there’s a valid explanation somewhere but right now I don’t have it. And so with all humility after giving it much thought, I have to accept what BM said. SOME THINGS ARE NOT MEANT TO BE ANSWERED. Maybe there are questions that are not meant to be asked.

I called my Guru Lama and posed the same questions, and surprisingly, or maybe not, he said the same thing. SOME QUESTIONS ARE NOT MEANT TO BE ANSWERED, but then he clarifies, SOME QUESTIONS ARE NOT MEANT TO BE ANSWERED OUTWARDLY, SOME QUESTIONS ARE NOT MEANT TO BE ANSWERED BY RELIGION OR BY SCIENCE, THERE ARE QUESTIONS THAT CAN ONLY BE ANSWERED WITHIN. He clarified that although karma plays a very important role in our lives, it’s never black and white, a short life doesn’t mean bad karma or long one does not necessarily mean bad karma, but he said everything has a good answer from within. Sometimes we have to look for the answers, the lesson from within.

This still doesn’t answer the question as to why bad things happen to good people, but as BM and my Guru Lama said there are questions that are not meant to be answered. But that doesn’t mean that we should stop learning the lesson that can be found from within.

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Know the History of Your Second Hand Car

Published Enero 23, 2015 by jptan2012

A friend’s friend bought a second hand car about a year ago, and since it was his first car he was really happy about it. The price was quite reasonable and the condition of the car is still very good.

The ecstatic feeling lasted about a week, because just a week after he had his first car an accident happened. He was on his way from the office when he suddenly lost control of his car and bumped into an electrical post. The car was slightly damaged but he was otherwise fine. However, it turns out to be the first of a series of accidents.car

All in all, he had of total of 5 accidents in a span of a year! Two of which are really bad. One was when a bus driver fell asleep as bumped into him. He has to be hospitalized for a day for a concussion, and the most recent one is when a he ran into another multi – vehicle accident involving a taxi and a motorbike. Again he was rushed to the hospital and had to have some stitches.

My friend suggested to him to ask me as to what can be causing his bad luck. The first thing I asked him is whether he is familiar with the history of his car and recommended that he put a Kalachakra and a Kuan Yin or Kuan Kong inside his car. He heeded my recommendation but still proceeded to check the history of his car.

What he found out was a little unnerving. As it turn out, on major reason the car was sold to him is because the previous owner had several accidents, one of which, was freak accident because the damaged to the car was minimal but lead to the death of a friend of the previous owner. For some reason the said friend was hit badly that he died inside the car. He didn’t suffer any wound but his spine was damaged.

The next time you’re buying a second hand car look beyond the price and the condition of the car. Find out its history.

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How to Counter the Negative Chi of A Hospital

Published Mayo 7, 2014 by jptan2012

Today, I would yet like to share with you another natural way of countering negative chi. It is almost inevitable that at one point in our life we will either be hospitalized, have a loved one who’s going to be hospitalized, or visit somebody in the hospital.

As I mentioned before the hospital is one of the most yin place one can visit, and it is extremely important that one is totally protected when we enter the hospital, either as a patient or as a visitor.Ft. Belvoir Hospital

I personally just wear my WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT and/or the WEALTH AND MASTER PROTECTION PENDANT whenever I go to the hospital. The WEALTH AND MASTER PROTECTION PENDANT has the image of The Great Sage, Equal of Heaven Sun Wukong who is one the most powerful protector deity. The WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA pendant on the other hand has the image of the Medicine Buddha, Kuan Kong, Kalachakra, both the immediate and the negative karma cleansing mantra, which are all very powerful protector from the yin energy that a hospital emits.

However, the truth is not everyone can afford the pendants that I mentioned. But there are other ways of protecting oneself from the yin energy of the hospital without having to buy either of the pendants.

As a patient if the doctor’s recommendation is that you be confined in the hospital, ask a love to make sure to put rock salt in the 4 corners of your room and in the 4 corners of the restroom. About a teaspoon each will do. You personally, should have about a teaspoon of rock salt beside your bed and make sure that you always have flowers inside the room. Try to choose colorful ones rather than those that are quite dull in color. Having fruits in the room will also help. So having the salt and flowers and/or fruits will ensure that the yang energy of these things will counter the yin energy of the room or of the hospital.

Flowers are a great way of dispelling the negative chi or yin energy of a hospital. Furthermore, it can make a sick person feel better. (Photo lifted from Google Images)

Flowers are a great way of dispelling the negative chi or yin energy of a hospital. Furthermore, it can make a sick person feel better. (Photo lifted from Google Images)

Upon discharge, take a piece of flower with you and some salt as you leave. Throw them out on your way home, just before you get home.

If you are taking care of a love one or are visiting a loved one, try to have a small packet of rocket salt and put it in your pocket. Throw them out every time you leave the hospital and bring a new one whenever you’re going there. If possible also get a flower and throw it out just before you reach your home.

Additional piece of advice, if you can, before entering your hospital room, have a love one knock on the door first, open the door, and act as if someone is getting out of the room. This is to make sure that if there are any lingering spirits inside, they hopefully take the cue that they need to leave the room.

 

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