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Do Not Create Feng Shui Blunder By Making Renovations Without Checking For A Good Date: A Brief Reminder

Published Mayo 2, 2018 by jptan2012

Note: This article was written last January, but I just realized recently that I haven’t posted it. This makes for a good Feng Shui reminder also before the ending of this blog, so I’m posting it now.

I have written about this before, but I guess it is only fitting that I write about it again given the past few months I have about 7 readers who committed this blunder.

In making major renovations it is necessary that we must make sure we all check the date when we will be making the renovation. This is because in Feng Shui (as well as in Taoism and Buddhism) there are so called good dates and bad dates. This means that there are dates wherein one cannot make renovations either in the office or at home. This is because there are dates that is ‘chiong’ or “against” (for the lack of the better term) certain animal signs. For example, as I write this today, January 18, the date is “chiong” the sign of the Rooster and Ox. This mean today (as I write this, which is definitely not the day of posting) is not a good day for people born under the sign of the Rooster and Ox to do anything big, especially to make any form of renovations.

One other reason is that there are days wherein it is bad to fix a house not because it is a day that is “chiong” any sign but that there days wherein it is simply bad because there days where in a certain hostile or negative “Mara” or spiritual landlord is stronger on that day. Doing any renovations on that day will seem to be an attack on the said Mara or spiritual landlord.

“Spiritual Landlord” are unseen entities that has been “living” in our lands or house or office even before us. This concept is both accepted concepts in Taoist Feng Shui and even Buddhist Feng Shui. These are entities that are neither good nor bad, but once “attacked” may make them wreak certain negative energies.

Furthermore, and the simplest reason is that there are certain days that are simply bad for doing any renovations because the energies of the day base on the configuration of the stars on that day.

As mentioned above, there are 7 readers of this blog that made that blunder the past few months. One of these reader is my friend BM. BM had some renovations done. She is mostly aware of the “rules”, however, she thought that since she was doing only minor renovations, it should be fine even if she doesn’t check the date.

In a way, she’s right. Minor renovations can be done anytime. However, if you are fixing the roof, ceiling, or the floor, no matter how small it is or how physically minor it is, Feng Shui wise it is not minor. As long as you’ve touched the roof, the ceiling and the floor it is no longer considered as minor even if the area being done is less than an inch!

You might think that something so simple will not do any harm, but if you do it on a really bad day base on the configuration of the stars, and coupled with a day that is “chiong” your animal sign or of any member of your family, and then it is a day of a certain Mara or spiritual landlord then that creates a lot of problem.

In BM’s case, it created some problem with her husband’s business. It was fixed with a simple but quite “pricey” and long ritual. Another reader was lucky enough to be able to get away with it with a short offering and some chanting of mantras. Furthermore, another reader had to do a three-day ritual involving prostrating in front of an image of a Buddha for 49 times!!!!

The cures are actually different depending on the date, the Mara or spiritual landlord you “attacked” or on the severity of the effect.

The best way to handle this though is to be preventive about it, so it is better to check on a good date first. I have seen people literally die of accidents, get invalid, or lose all their money just because they made a seemingly minor renovation on a wrong date.

So, the next time you think of having some renovations better consult a Feng Shui expert or a Feng Shui consultant for this.

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Retirement Pay Withheld for 4 Years Released, Dream House Finally Within Reached, Debt Paid Off – Three Different Problems Solved With One Significant Financial Blessing: A Personal Testimony of A Reader About the Vajrapani Ruel!

Published Marso 31, 2017 by jptan2012

I don’t ever get tired of writing about the personal miraculous stories of my readers because this serves as a testament that not only miracles do happen, but it happen more often than we realized.

Today, allow me to share with you the story of Josie, a 43 – years – old married woman with 2 kids. According to Josie she wrote to me twice before I responded to her email. Josie said that in a way she really has a good life, but the recent illness of his father – in – law, which lead to his eventual death took a toll to the financial situation of her family.

Josie has never met her mother – in – law because she passed away even before she met her husband Toto. Her husband is the only child and so when she got married it was only natural that her father – in – law lived with them. She said that this was not a problem because her father – in – law was really nice and also helped in the expenses at home. He continued to work although Toto and Josie suggested that he stop working.

Toto and Josie both works and their kids go to private school, and according to Josie their life has been good, although of course they aspire to have their own house someday. In fact, they were saving up for it.

Then Toto’s father had a mild stroke and was forced to retire, although he still wants to work. When he retired he was told that his retirement pay would be given to him in 6 months. They really wanted it sooner but they decided six months is not such a long time. However, before 6 months passed, Toto’s father has another major stroke that rendered half of his body paralyzed. This definitely took a toll to the family but they were expecting the retirement pay anyway, which amounts to about 4 Million Philippine peso.

But the 6 months came and they said they’re still unable to release it because of some reason. Toto and Josie still have savings and they believe what the company said because Toto’s father was with them for more than 30 years! That was his second job, and in fact Toto can’t seem to remember his father working for any other company but that company.

2 years after, Toto and Josie are already deep in debt and the money has not been released. This time they decided to sue the company. The Toto’s father passed away.

They went to court, but as expected justice is not that swift here in the Philippines. Toto and Josie realized that they have to postpone having their own house. Then late last year, their landlord announced that he is selling the house that Toto and Josie are renting for practically their whole married lives. That’s when they realized that they want that house, it’s not big, it only has 3 small rooms but they love the house, it was their home, but they don’t have the money to pay for it, and they still have about a million pesos more of debt to pay for. The good thing it was first offered to them, and they told him they’re interested and started praying that no buyer will come up so that they can have time to raise the money, although they really don’t know where they’ll get the money.

This was the time she contacted. And because of my busy schedule she was only able to get the Vajrapani Ruel. A little more than a week after she got the Vajrapani Ruel they were informed that there is a buyer already. Toto and Josie begged for 3 more months, although Josie admits she doesn’t know where she got the 3 months and she doesn’t know where they’ll get the money in 3 months. Surprisingly the landlord agreed.

But 3 months is starting to come to an end, and they still have no clear way of coming up with the money. Then 2 weeks before the deadline, their lawyer called and told them that the company decides to settle the case. This was 2 years after Josie’s father – in – law died. They said yes, but the company only wants to settle half of what is due their father. They need the money but were tempted to say yes. But decided they should not. They told their lawyer that they will agree to a settlement only if they can get what is due to their father when he retired plus ten percent.

Surprisingly, they agreed and released the money the day after the agreement.

Now Josie and Toto will be able to pay for their home, and pay of the debts they incurred for their father’s hospitalization and medical therapy.

Oh! They still have a little less than a couple of million pesos left for them!

That’s technically three miracles in one Vajrapani Ruel miracle.

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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Will An Amulet Save You from the Effects of Bad Feng Shui or Bad Karma Forever?

Published Mayo 11, 2016 by jptan2012

Sometimes, I’m quite bothered by the fact that the Vajrapani Ruel works so well that some people think it’s enough to save them from the effects of a bad Feng Shui or bad karma forever.

There are some Feng Shui blunders that can be fix by putting a very powerful amulet. For example, a dead spot when you put a Vajrapani Ruel will instantly make the dead spot alive. And this will work well practically forever. You can just literally forget about it. Another, example is deflecting a poison arrow, a plant or a powerful amulet will work also, and one need to fix the source of the poison arrow as long as you have the said plant or powerful amulet. However, there are some things that really need to be addressed. For example, if you belong in a house that has a total different or wrong orientation from your Kua number. A powerful amulet might temporarily temper these kinds of concern and it might work for a long time but it might not work forever.

Why?

I likened this to a person who is ill and needs a surgery. However, the person decided to get some of the best medicine available, and it might work well for him for the longest time, but the source of illness was not taken away because for you to this is only through surgery, then one day the medicine will not be enough.

In the case of Feng Shui, even if might work for the rest of your life, it is still important to do the changes because if you happen to have a stronger Feng Shui blunder then the amulet might not be enough because it may seem like you have abused your body too much.

So if you have some Feng Shui blunder at home. Fix it. As of now, there is only one cure that I know that I can fix all Feng Shui blunder that will make it possible for you not to fix all the Feng Shui blunder and that is the Ing Deng Pay or Landlord’s Tablet. Unfortunately, it is not readily available and as of the posting of this article it seems that it is no longer available.

Another abuse that I see is when people think they can continue sowing bad karma and expect that a powerful amulet will eradicate the effects of the said karma. That is not how it works.

When you kept of sowing bad karma, even if you use a powerful amulet expect that the effects of the karma will one day catch up with you. And even if you use a karma-cleansing amulet like the Vajrapani Ruel, abusing it will render it ineffective.

I write this now because lately it sort of bothers me that several of my readers have defaulted to ignoring the changes that has to be made even if they are capable or are able to do it only because a powerful amulet, in this case the Vajrapani Ruel, seems to have worked so well with them.

Doing this is like taking a multivitamins while one continues to abuse the body by sleeping late and continuously drinking alcohol.

 

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The Landlord’s Tablet: More Than Just A Symbol of Power and Wealth

Published Marso 20, 2015 by jptan2012

“…the crowd, intoxicated with the unstructured power bestowed upon them by the government barge into the house of the man’s palatial house. They searched for the Landlord’s Tablet, and unfortunately for the man and his family, they have two. The tablets were used to hit them repeatedly. At the end, the master of the house with his children, in – laws, and grandchildren were all severely bruised. The mistress of the house was not so lucky, because she died in the process.”

In his book HUNDRED DAY WAR, which is considered as one of the most accurate book about the Cultural Revolution and the Communism that preceded it in China, William Hinton made mention of the Landlord’s Tablet. The Landlord’s Tablet is also known as the Rich Man’s Tablet.

The Landlord’s Tablet is called as such because in the olden times it is usually the rich person or a landlord who has this kind of tablet. It is also sometimes called as the Statesman’s Tablet. In some way, it has become a symbol of a rich man’s status and power, but the Landlord’s Tablet, which is also known as the Rich Man’s Tablet is not some kind of an official tablet declaring their wealth and power or that they are from the government. It is actually a Taoist – Feng Shui amulet that is put in the house.

Officially, for traditional Feng Shui masters and Taoist priests the Landlord’s Tablet, or the Rich Man’s Tablet or the State Man’s Tablet is actually called Ing Deng Pay (Pay is pronounce as pie), which is also called Ing Tiak Pay.

The Ing Deng Pay became commonly known as the Landlord’s Tablet or State Man’s Tablet or Rich Man’s Tablet because the ones who usually have are the landlords or rich man or government officials.

The truth is the Ing Deng Pay is one of the greatest Taoist – Feng Shui cure or enhancer one can have. Not all Feng Shui experts are familiar with this, and needless to say not all Feng Shui masters can make one. In the same manner, not all Taoist priests are familiar with making one. Usually, to make an Ing Deng Pay it will take for a Taoist Priest who is familiar with it and a Feng Shui Master who is also familiar with it to collaborate with each other.

Recently, my Feng Shui teacher has found a Taoist priest who is familiar with making the Ing Deng Pay and they have set out to making it available to people. The Ing Deng Pay is usually made of marble, granite, any hard stone, or hard wood. Sometimes it might have some crystals, depending on one’s birthday and/or needs.

In the old times, a Chinese businessman or politician will usually hire a professional Feng Shui master or a Taoist priest, most of the time both, or a Taoist priest who is also a Feng Shui expert to do a Bazi (also call Paht Chee) analysis and an analysis of his property. Especially if his property is missing a sector. They will then make an Ing Deng Pay to ensure that missing sector is countered and continuously cured of its adverse effect. In a way, having the Ing Deng Pay makes an auric or psychic sector. For example, if the missing sector is the South, having the Ing Deng Pay made under the chart of the master of the house and the missing sector will create an psychic South sector and thus it becomes like there’s no missing sector. Furthermore, more than creating a auric or psychic sector, the Ing Deng Pay is also usually incorporated with powerful inscriptions that brings in wealth and power luck. That is why most people that have the Ing Deng Pay are not only wealthy and powerful but has very good social standing in the community.

A painting of a Chinese rich man or statesman.

A painting of a Chinese rich man or statesman.

The Ing Deng Pay is usually hidden because if somebody who is familiar with the art of understanding and making an Ing Deng Pay and wishes to do you harm, they can come up with another Ing Deng Pay that will counter the inscription of your Ing Deng Pay sneak it in to your house and your Ing Deng Pay might lose it’s power. Furthermore, the master of the house usually keeps his Ing Deng Pay hidden because if somebody in the house wants to create bad luck for the master of the house they can steal his Ing Deng Pay and destroy it. Some Ing Deng Pay is hidden under the ground.

However, the Ing Deng Pay as written in my first post about it –ARE YOU SUFFERING FROM AN AFFLICTED BAZI THAT’S CAUSING SEVERE MONEY, CAREER, RELATIONSHIP, OR PERSONAL PROBLEMS? AN ING DENG PAY IS A POWERFUL TAOIST CURE FOR THESE PROBLEMS -was first created not for the missing sectors. The original formula of the Ing Deng Pay is originally for those people whose Bazi is severely afflicted with a lot of conflicting elements or signs. When a child is born, specially if its a son, the father will usually ask a Feng Shui master to check on the Bazi of the baby, if they see it’s afflicted they then make an Ing Deng Pay for him. It is said that the members of the royal family will have their Ing Deng Pay guarded 24/7.

It was not until the 17th century when a famous Taoist priest who is also a Feng Shui master discovered (or created) the formula for creating an Ing Deng Pay for the house. Since then, the formula was handed down from one generation to the other until Mao Zedong’s ruling disrupted it when he banned China. And to ensure that people get scared of acquiring and Ing Deng Pay the government seeded to the army and later on the Red Army of the cultural revolution for them to use the Ing Deng Pay to hit and reeducated landlords.

It has been a long time dream of my Feng Shui teacher to make an Ing Deng Pay, he is well familiar with the formula but he is not very confident. But it’s a good thing that he was introduced to a Taoist priest last year that is also knowledgeable to make the Ing Deng Pay, they then sent out to making Ing Deng Pay/s available to the public.

Note: I’m not showing a picture of an Ing Deng Pay because of privacy reasons. Some information, for those who are familiar with it, may reveal information about the owner of the Ing Deng Pay.

If you wish to know more about the Ing Deng Pay you can read the following blog posts:

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