I was in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia recently to attend a conference. While I did not have time to do some sightseeing, my host took me out for an early dinner on my first day there. As we were en route to the restaurant, we passed by a small Taoist temple, and in front of the temple is a series of houses that are all abandoned. I was not able to take picture because traffic was light and we didn’t stop. But my host who is familiar with me writing this blog asked me why did the houses in front of the temple had such a bad luck.
The answer was simple, because at their gates they have spikes directed towards the temple, so in a way they’re sending poison arrows to the temple, this becomes an aggressive act against the temple and so they sort of “fighting” with the temple. In fighting the temple who do you think would win? Having said that it is pretty obvious and clear why they attracted so much bad luck even if they were in front of a temple.
Writing this so that you will be more conscious on what to put in front of your house so that you don’t create “war” without you not even realizing it.
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Yesterday (time of posting may not be time of writing) a reader in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia contacted me to ask me about eye twitching. It was significant enough for her to be bothered and get in touch with me.
Her left eye has been twitching several times a day, mostly at the same time frame, and also for several days.
Eye twitching is normal and there is a scientific explanation to it. However, if it happens roughly at about the same time, for several days, it usually signifies that there is something about to happen. It is basically your body feeling the energy of your aura, which in turn is affected by the energies of the universe, especially the ones that has something to do with you.
So when your eyes twitch it usually means that there is a message for you. The message can be either good or bad, this is usually determined whether it was your left or right eye that twitches, time of day, and sometimes even number of days.
The message could be as mundane as getting a visitor or it can be something more serious like getting some huge financial luck or it can be because of a pending danger.
However, the truth is normally I don’t bother myself with knowing the details. When an eye twitches I usually recommend that you just do the following ritual.
Go outside your house. Inside the gate will do just make sure your outside of the house.
Get a pinch of salt and throw it over your left shoulder (if left eye is the one twitching) or over your right shoulder (if right eye is the one twitching).
Do this for one day to three days. If continues then do it for seven days. The twitching should stop by then.
If you’re Buddhist or believes in the power of mantras, do the following instead:
Go outside of your house. Inside the gate will do just make sure you’re outside of the main house.
Chant OM AMI DEWA HRIH 3x
Then get a pinch of salt and throw it over your left shoulder if the left is the one twitching or right eye if it is the right eye that twitches.
Then chant the following mantras 3x each: OM MANI PADME HUM and OM AH HUM HO HAM KSHAMALA VARAYA HUM PHAT.
Do this for one to three days. If it continues then do it for seven days.
The good thing with this is that you don’t have to bother yourself with whether the twitching is good or bad. Because by doing this simple ritual you take out the bad luck, but if its good luck then it either has no effect or it enhances it.
Gave this recommendation to my reader and she sent a messaged to inform me that her eyes has stopped twitching.
I recently had to take a trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and was very fortunate that my business client, who later on found out that I’m the person behind this blog and decided to publish my upcoming books, sent his personal private plane to pick up.
I was excited to take the private jet plane but little did I know that flying private could cause a lot of hassle. On the day of flight, I went to the airport at the designated time. The said private plane landed and was set to take off again after three hours. But as expected, they missed out on one document that created a lot of delay. Well, as it turn out this error prevented us from flying to KL at the designated time, and because our scheduled flight was in the evening, we have to postpone our flight for the following day.
I also had to help fix some of the documents since he really doesn’t have local staff in the Philippines. However, while fixing the needed documents I’m met with one problem after the other. At this time, so as not to have problems with customs, I have decided to put some of my amulets in my ‘check – in luggage’ although technically flying private this is really not called ‘check – in’. My Vajrapani Ruel is one of those amulets I have decided to put inside my luggage. Since I’m encountering a lot of problems in fixing the needed additional documents, I decided to get my Vajrapani Ruel and while holding it on my left hand I chanted OM VAJRAPANI HUM 108 times. And voila all hurdles seems to have ease up and we were given the permission to fly!
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.
Mine is just one simple story that shows that the Vajrapani Ruel is not for financial luck, although a lot of the stories here has something to do with financial and wealth luck, it only shows that the Vajrapani Ruel is simply a powerful amulet that can help ease any problems.
You can also read the following posts about the Vajrapani Ruel:
People have been asking me what are some of the Chinese New Year ritual that one can do. In our household, although, unfortunately because I’m working on my book and had to work closely with my publisher and editor in Kuala Lumpur I might not be able to spend Chinese New Year at home this year, we always have Nian Gao or what is more popularly known as Tikoy here in the Philippines.
When I first learned about Feng Shui, I have always insisted and made sure that we will have Tikoy or Nian Gao (the Chinese New Year Sticky Rice Cake) on our table, because I remember that the very first thing that my Feng Shui teacher in Hong Kong, and the one in Singapore said is to always make sure there is Nian Gao on the table on the eve of Chinese New Year and to eat it a day after Chinese New Year.
This is because a Tikoy or Nian Gao with it’s round shape symbolizes perfect Man’s Luck, one of the Luck in the Three Lucks of Feng Shui, namely Heaven’s Luck, Man’s Luck, and Earth’s Luck. Furthermore, because a Nian Gao when uncooked (the one that we buy on the store is already cooked, we just cook it again by frying it), is a little smaller than when it is cook, so it symbolizes prosperity. Lastly, it’s stickiness symbolizes harmony.
Having this on the table on the eve of Chinese New Year, which this year happens on February 8, 2016 and all through Chinese New Year, then eating them after Chinese New Year is a symbolic way of enhancing your Man’s Luck, creating prosperity and harmony.
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If you are a regular reader of this blog, you would have known already by now that this 2016 Year of the Fire Monkey is ruled by the #2 Flying Star, which is also known as the Illness Star. You may also remember that the term Illness Star is also quite misleading because the star also brings in accident that may lead to long-term illness or liability. It is because of this reason that my Guru Lama decided to make a special amulet called Illness Suppression Amulet; I personally prefer calling this amulet as Illness and Accident Suppression Amulet. This particular amulet is made by consecrating it thus making it more powerful. And it is available by making a special donation of an image of a Buddha. To understand this better you might want to read a post entitled – THE EVOLUTION OF ACQUIRING AN AMULET.
I have written about all these things several weeks back. Today, I’m happy to share the very first simple testimonial about the said amulet. This was shared with me by a reader who got the Illness Suppression Amulet because her baby is getting sickly and as a mother she naturally got quite concerned.
You will see her name in the screen grabbed of her message to me, so I won’t be giving her an initial. Paula, is somebody who got the Vajrapani Ruel before. A few weeks ago she called me up a little concerned because her baby all of a sudden had diarrhea and also vomits. However, a visit to the doctor proved to be futile because he can’t seem to find what’s wrong with the baby. So just before my trip again to Kuala Lumpur, where I’m working on finishing my books, she met with me to get the Illness Suppression Amulet. And I told her to roll/rub the Illness Suppression Amulet over her baby’s stomach.
Then a few days ago, I received a message from her (see picture). Allow me to translate and rewrite it here:
Good morning, JP. Are you still in the Philippines? Just want to share. Remember, I got an Illness Suppression Amulet from you last Monday? I rolled it on top of my baby’s tummy and she got better after 2 days! Unfortunately, she had cough and cold after that, but I decided to continue rubbing the Illness Suppression Amulet, and she’s now getting better! You know…her recovery seems so fast! Thank God! Of course that is with the help of the Illness Suppression Amulet!
The Illness Suppression Amulet or Illness Protection Amulet is a special highly consecrated amulet made by my Guru Lama as a cure for the Illness Star a star that also causes accidents. It has the energies of the Medicine Buddha, Namgyalma Buddha, Amitayus Buddha and White Umbrella Goddess. Furthermore, the small black thing you see at the bottom of the glass amulet holder is a Dharma Pill, which is made from a second – class relic of a confirmed holy lama. It also has a small amount of ash from the last Medicine Buddha holy initiation conducted by my Guru Lama, and aside from individual special consecration, the whole amulet was further consecrated under the Tooth Relic of Shakyamuni Buddha.
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