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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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High Paying Job Attributed to the Vajrapani Ruel & Why Miracles Sometimes Takes Time to Come to Fruition!

Published Pebrero 7, 2018 by jptan2012

I really don’t remember how TJ got in touch with me but all I remember that he was quite interested to get the VAJRAPANI RUEL(1) to help him become more financially stable.

TJ was able to acquire the VAJRAPANI RUEL(2) April of 2016 and after meeting him we didn’t get to talk again and I never heard of TJ again. But just a few weeks ago I got an email from him and admittedly it took me a moment to really remember him because aside from not communicating with him for more than a year, our initial conversation was really brief and believe it or not, I think I have more than 10 readers whose name or initial is TJ.

Anyway, as soon as I was able to properly recall him, I remembered that he was the guy who needed to have a financial miracle / wealth miracle / money miracle and thus he wants to have the VAJRAPANI RUEL(3). This time he was saying that he needs the ILLNESS SUPPRESSION AMULET for his family.

When TJ and I met he shared with me that after getting the VAJRAPANI RUEL(4) he was really expecting some miracle to happen right away, but it took him more than a year to experience the miracle. This actually reminded me of another miracle who felt my other readers are lucky to have a miracle right away, while his miracles are gradual.

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.

The truth is, in the Buddhist perspective amulets, it will actually take some 3 months to 4 months before it really starts working. Of course, it can be earlier which are dependent of a lot of factors, like affinity with the Buddha or Bodhisattva, karmic factors, and a lot of other things. However, 3 months to 7 months is what stated in the scripture. Nevertheless, there are a lot of my readers who usually have their miracles sooner, and as I said this is dependent of a lot of factors – karma, belief, faith, basket of elements in the bazi chart, luck and bad luck cycle, Feng Shui of the office and the house, Inner Feng Shui, Spiritual Feng Shui – but it doesn’t mean those who have immediate miracles are luckier because a miracle is personalized and while may have it sooner than others, a miracle is a miracle and all miracles are a blessing.

Also, I noticed that sometimes when an amulet seems not to work it only means that it is doing some cleansing. Remember, I wrote about a reader who after getting the SURANGAMA MANTRA AMULET and the VAJRAPANI RUEL(5) felt that she an influx of bad luck? This particular reader when she got her amulet to help her be recognized in her work and get a raise suddenly found herself swarmed with work because several of her officemates started to resign. She felt that this is truly negative. However, because of this her boss noticed her performance and her loyalty and after 19 years(!) she got a salary increase!!!!

And so, for TJ for some time nothing really happened, until almost a year when he landed another job to which he is being paid, if I remember right, between Php 90,000.00 and Php 100,000.00! The amazing thing here is that TJ himself know for certain that this is because of the VAJRAPANI RUEL(6)!

Allow me to share with you the short SMS of TJ when I asked him to share his miracle.image1

What happened with TJ is that I believe the VAJRAPANI RUEL(7) did some cleansing and after that it has to mentally and physically prepare TJ for his new significantly higher paying job!

 

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

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If Life is Predetermined Thru the Bazi Chart Does That Mean We Can’t Do Much About Our Future?

Published Setyembre 11, 2017 by jptan2012

One of the most common questions that I get is whether we can do anything about our Bazi Chart (Paht Chee Chart). Does that mean if our bazi shows that we don’t have love luck or wealth luck does that mean we will never get rich or we will never be lucky in terms of romance luck?

This is an interesting topic because a lot of people get confused about this.

It is true that the bazi chart pretty much determines the life of a person, but what most people don’t understand is that this chart or road map is seldom linear and seldom unilateral. While there is single strong path that the bazi shows, a good bazi reader will see the other paths or what I would like to call sub – paths or alternative path. These sub – paths or alternative paths are there, although it is harder to calculate and determine this but it is there.

All of us have a dominant path, and this is what is easily seen. But most of us have sub- paths also and these are usually 3 or 4 sub – paths or at the very least a minimum of another one. I have never encountered a person without a sub – path, but my Feng Shui teacher in Hong Kong and Guru Lama both said that there are people who only have one single path.

Let me explain it further. The bazi chart will always show the dominant path, and only a good bazi reader can see the sub – paths, even this they may or may not see all the sub – paths or the alternative paths.

If our dominant path is bad, how do we then veer away from it and go one of the sub – paths or alternative paths? This is where a good bazi reader comes in. But before that you have to know that a Feng Shui expert or a Feng Shui consultant may or may not be a bazi chart reader. Here in the Philippines, most of the commercialized Feng Shui consultants or experts are not bazi reader. It is easy to determine this, if they all ask from you is your birthdate and not the time, or all they need to know is whether you were born in a year of the Ox or Rabbit or Dragon, etc. These are clear signs that they don’t know how to analyze a bazi chart. So a good bazi reader will be able to tell you what you should do or wear or carry to help veer away from your dominant part. Usually, specific instructions are involve like you should work harder and work in the field of electronic for example. Or they should be able to tell you to wear more red or blue or white, etc. Or they should be able to wear a specific amulet.

The importance of wearing a legitimate authentic and powerful amulet also comes in to play. An authentic powerful amulet will also help drive you the best path, or to an alternative path that you are ready to go through. Sometimes we are not directed to the best path because our consciousness is not able to discern bigger things for us. Or sometimes the miracle that serves as the key to the alternative path is already right in front of us but we refuse to see it only because we want something else or are expecting something else.

Now, when we get to this alternative path, it becomes our dominant path, but then again it is seldom linear or unilateral, so from this dominant are other alternative paths also.

It is also possible that from our good dominant path we downgrade to one of the bad paths due to bad karmic things that we do on this life.

So working on this principle, what an amulet does or a Feng Shui charm or cure does is lead us to one of the alternative paths, this path may or may not be the best path, but it will be most likely better than the dominant path.

What an amulet does for us is that it pulls our luck from one of the alternative paths and set us to that path. Sometimes though an amulet like the Vaisravana – Dzambhala Wealth Amulet creates luck for us, in this particular amulet, it creates wealth luck for us, which becomes our key to one of the better sub – paths.

But it is not all about amulets or Feng Shui cures or charms. Working hard and keeping a positive outlook can also lead us to the other alternative paths and make it our dominant path. Having a good heart, thus creating good karma can also lead us to better alternative path, in the same manner bad karma can lead us to bad alternative path or sub – path and turn it into our dominant path.

Furthermore, we should never underestimate the power of prayers. I have seen so many lives changed only because of the power of prayers.

And so yes, our lives are pre – determined but it is never linear or unilateral.

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Singapore’s Success Is Attributed to A Clever But Risky Feng Shui Cure!

Published Hulyo 26, 2017 by jptan2012

Singapore is one of the most successful and progressive countries not only in Asia but also in the world. For such a small country with no natural resources, it has turned itself around from a poor third world country to a first world country.

Obviously, they were lucky enough to have hard working and sincere leaders who truly love their country. But, without undermining the efforts of their leaders and of their citizens, it is said that Feng Shui plays a big factor in their progress and success.

The Merlion in itself is said to guard and symbolized progress. In a much earlier post I also have talked about the dragon doors of Singapore, but perhaps one of the most innovative Feng Shui application that they did is to have all Singaporeans carry a Bagua, which symbolizes an equal balance of life’s aspirations.

At that time, they were having a big problem about Singapore’s progress. A Feng Shui master suggested that everyone should have Bagua, but they cannot force everybody to do it, because (1) not all Singaporeans are Chinese, (2) not everybody believes in Feng Shui. The solution is to come up with the one Singapore dollar in a bagua form. They later on extended this with some of their bills having the bagua sign. Furthermore, after a while they had the license sticker for their cars have the shape of the bagua also.sgd1

The Singaporean government has not acknowledged whether this is true or not, but it will certainly make you wonder why would the bagua symbol be found in their money.singaporemoney

I would like to add though that the use of Bagua, contrary to popular belief, is not always suggested by responsible Feng Shui experts or masters, because a slight mistake in the placement and/or in the application it can cause more problems that good chi. In fact, these days the bagua is only suggested as a last resort and also is applied with extreme caution. A Feng Shui master should always manage the placing of bagua. If somebody suggest you put a bagua without checking the location or without personally managing or overlooking it, then it is a sure sign that that person is not a real or is not a responsible Feng Shui consultant.

 

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Chant – A – Mantra (1): A Reintroduction to the Wonderful Benefit of Chanting A Mantra!

Published Hulyo 5, 2016 by jptan2012

Today, I would like to start a new series about chanting mantras. I felt this is an important topic / series to write because a lot of my readers are hooked with getting amulets. I know that the Vajrapani Ruel enjoys a certain amount of popularity amongst my readers and it has garnered a lot of o personal testimonies attesting to its miraculous power and effectiveness. However, the sad truth is that the Vajrapani Ruel is quite pricey for a lot of people, and more than that it is also relatively quite limited in the sense that it is not forever that we can have it. Not to mention the difficulty in making it and smuggling it out of Tibet, which is under the Mainland Chinese (China) rule that doesn’t allow it to be made or be brought out. So if you have the Vajrapani Ruel, consider yourself to be very lucky.

But as I said, sometimes we are very caught up to having the Vajrapani Ruel that if can’t have it we sort of go into some sort of despair. That shouldn’t be the attitude because the truth is the Buddha Himself has given us enough tools to assist us in our daily life. We have the sutras and at the same times we have the mantras.

It was several years back since I first introduced the power of mantras to my readers, and I will not write about it again. If you are a new reader and is not familiar with the power of mantras, I suggest you revisit my old post about it entitled – MANTRA: THE INSTURMENT TO TAP THE POWER OF SYMBOLIC SOUND, SCRIPT, AND THOUGHT – to know more about it.

But what I would like to reiterate today is that chanting mantras, again like reciting the sutras, should be done comfortably loud. That is because of the same reasons that I have discussed in RECITE A SUTRA 6: WHY DO WE HAVE TO LOUDLY RECITE SUTRAS? However, more that the reason discussed in the preceding post, reciting it loudly also helps us get attuned with the Buddha or Bodhisattva whose mantra we are chanting.

Whenever we chant a mantra, it is like an offering to the Buddha or Bodhisattva whose mantra we are chanting, but at the same time it is also like a call for help and establishing a link or a ‘relationship’ with them.

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In chanting a mantra, it is best to be use a mala so that you can keep track of the number of times you’ve chanted a mantra.

Chanting a mantra can make wonders, and this blog has been testament to what are the powers of chanting a mantra can do. But now that I’m actively writing about it again, I hope to show you more of these wonderful miracles that simply chanting a mantra can do.

A lot of people are concern about properly pronouncing the mantra. I always say that they shouldn’t sweat it that much. Right pronunciation is important but it will come to you sooner or later, what is more important is the sincere heart in chanting the mantras. I suggest that you read the post entitled – A HERMIT AND A MONK: A LESSON IN RECITING YOUR MANTRA! – as to what Lama Zopa Rinpoche has to say about pronunciation of the mantras.

But what are the benefits of chanting a mantra:

  1. Protection.
  2. Wealth, financial, money blessings.
  3. Good health.
  4. Family luck and/or relationship luck.
  5. Happiness.
  6. Peace.
  7. Miracles will happen more frequently.

I also decided to write this series because the previous mantras that I have shared before are anchored on the Buddha or Bodhisattva, which is really the proper way to present a mantra. However, having a predominantly Christian reader, I felt this approach is not very effective in making you understand it. So I will present the mantras on a per need basis. And whenever possible I will still present stories, real personal testimonies of either readers or friends or families who have used the mantra. I will also present combination mantras for more effective and swifter results.

One last thing, simply chanting a mantra will have an effect, but remember, chanting it under deep meditative state give you the ultimate effectiveness.

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Breezing Through the German Language Exam (A1 – Start Deutsch 1) With the Help of the Vajrapani Ruel! – A Personal Testimony of A Reader.

Published Abril 18, 2016 by jptan2012
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A few blank sheets ready for been filled in a exam.

Today’s post is something that I’m quite excited to share because this involves a reader, who somewhat has become a friend, although we have had on and off ‘disagreements’ and misunderstandings also. I’m talking about LC who was first featured in a post about the Wish Fulfilling and Buddha’s Blessing Mantra Pendant. The post is called, “WINNING THE ELECTIONS AND A NEW BUSINESS! – A PERSONAL TESTIMONY OF A READER ABOUT THE WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT!”

LC has since been named when an article about the miracles of the pendant has come out. But please note that the pendant is no longer available.

Since he has been named already, I will use his real name here. Lucky is a young businessman whose father is a politician. But you can read that story in the said post, so I’ll just skip to his story at the moment.

Lucky recently called me up because he is now happy with his partner who is from Germany. His partner came to visit him here in the Philippines and Lucky finally was able to introduce him to his family. His father initially didn’t approve of their relationship but because Lucky has proven himself to his dad, his father approved of it after Lucky’s mother talked to him.

The problem is not whether they get approval from their families for their relationship because Lucky is also accepted and loved by his partner’s family. In fact, the mother of his partner will chat with him online. The problem is for Lucky to be able to join his partner in Germany. In short, he and his partner want Lucky to migrate to Germany so they can start living together.

Germany has a very strict rule for a fiancé visa. Aside from all the necessary documents, a person entering the country to work or live there with a fiancé visa must be able to understand and speak their language. And so Lucky embarked on studying the German language – Deutsch. However, obviously this is a big thing for Lucky and it is very important that he pass both the written and oral exam of the German Embassy through Goethe Institut Manila. Lucky studied hard but he knows like everyone who has taken the test because they will working in Germany or studying in Germany or living in Germany with their fiancé knows no amount of preparation will truly prepare you for this kind of exam.

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.

And so Lucky insisted that he be given the Vajrapani Ruel. He got the Vajrapani Ruel, I think a day before his exam. I was traveling at that time and had a hard time giving it or sending it to him.

According to Lucky, on the day of his exam he decided to leave his car and just call for a Grab Car to pick him up and bring him to Makati. While on the car, he decided to chant the mantra of Bodhisattva Vajrapani – OM VAJRAPANI HUM. And then he decided to put the Vajrapani Ruel in his pocket. Surprisingly, according to Lucky he felt very confident about the exam. Although initially he was really nervous and was not sure whether he’ll pass the exam. But somehow on that he felt confident. But more than that he found both the oral and written parts of the A1 – START DEUTSCH 1 exam to be quite easy. In fact, when I was asking him which he find harder, the oral or the written he is unable to answer me because he thinks both exams are quite easy. To know how hard the exam is all you have to do is Google and see what people has to say about it, a lot of people who took the exam ends up crying over it. In fact, some of the examinees in Lucky’s batch are not so lucky! Lucky believes he was lucky because of his hard work and the miracle of the Vajrapani Ruel!

And now all Lucky has to wait for is his Germany visa from the German Embassy before he flies to Germany to live with his fiancé.

I’m really happy for Lucky and although I know that the Vajrapani Ruel is very effective, as a matter of fact this is not the first time that the Vajrapani Ruel was used as migration amulet, hearing these kinds of stories especially from people who at one point had some misunderstanding with me really makes me happy. Because they are the one who proves that the Vajrapani Ruel really works.

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

For comments, suggestions, and questions please email sanaakosirickylee@gmail.com

 

Lessons from a Feng Shui Charm Hoarder (1): One’s Evil Wishes Has No Match To The Power of Amulets!

Published Marso 5, 2016 by jptan2012

This is a difficult article to write and post, because of the sensitivities of the topic. However, this is an article that I need to write because of the lesson that we can learn from it.

A little more than a year ago, some readers in Mindanao called me to ask for help for one of their friend. These ladies are all friends and aside from being all mothers they are all also believer of Feng Shui. They have fond nicknames for each other, the one who really called me is called as Feng Shui Mom, one of their friend is call Prada Mom because of her love of the said luxury brand. They are calling me because of their concern with one of their newest friend who they called Jaded Mom. For the purpose of this article we will call this person JM, because of her nickname Jaded Mom.

According to Feng Shui Mom (FSM), they need help to help their friend JM because she is going through a crisis. She said she and her friends are quite concerned about JM because what started as a joke that she is jaded seems to be her truest sense of character.

FSM refuse to tell me the real problem until I have talked to JM and look at her Bazi or Paht Chee chart. When JM called me, she shared with me a little of her problems but I know that she was withholding a lot of things from, and I told her that I will just look at her chart first before we should talk again. When I looked at her chart I can see several concerns some of which will be discussed in the second part of this post, but one thing that stands out that she may have some emotional and physical dependency on men. Meaning, she can’t live without men in her life. The sad thing is even though she is married she might be seeking both physical and emotional dependency from other men.

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Some people hoard Feng Shui charms like they are going to be a Feng Shui charm seller. According to my Feng Shui teacher one must be able to differentiate a Feng Shui charm collector over a Feng Shui charm hoarder. A collector is somebody who believes in the value of the Feng Shui charm or an amulet and knows that there are pieces that may be difficult to find again thus they collect once it’s available. However, most (not all) hoarder like JM, do this because it is their psychological protection that when they hoard a holy or a lucky item they think what they wish for is good, although they really know that in their heart what they are wishing for evil, malicious and very selfish.

In Buddhism, we are taught that no one can judge a person, because at the end even if the act seems wrong no one can really state the true intent of the said act. Meaning no one can judge a person but only karma will make the judgment by looking at our deepest intent. And so while her chart shows some negative aspect of her character one cannot really say that she is a bad person. However, one other concern shows that she may be pregnant but of course the chart won’t be able to tell who the father is. To add to the complications, her chart also indicates tendencies to be unable to face reality and yes she can be very jaded.

I called FSM and without revealing incriminating details other than those who she already knows she confirmed that JM indeed has a hard time facing reality. In fact, this is the reason why she and her friends decided to hook me up with JM so that she can get help from a person outside her limited circle of friends. They thought maybe she would listen to somebody outside their group.

I knew that I have to be quite careful in telling JM what I saw in her chart, but I also know that I still have to be honest with her. So I decided to tell her the truth but at the same time I did my best to be as tactful as possible. For example, in discovering about her extra – marital affairs, I used the words “emotional dependency with other men”, also regarding the possibility of her having physical contact with these men I used the term “physical closeness due to emotional dependency”. JM admitted that she yes she had had several extra – marital affairs, and that she has a guy at the moment that she is constantly seeing. She also believes that this guy is in love with her, although the chart shows otherwise. She also after several conversations admitted that she is pregnant and claims the father of the baby she is carrying to be her boyfriend and not her husband.

JM wanted some amulets because she said she wants to leave her husband who she claims to be an abusive guy. The chart doesn’t indicate whether this is true or not. I was torn whether to give her the amulets that she wants, but I told her that I would give her the amulets that she needs base on her chart. She wanted to hear that those amulets are to grant her wishes that she and her boyfriend will go out of the country and live together. If you notice, it was a little unsettling that she is willing to leave her three daughters! To avoid arguing with her, and as agreed with her friends, I will take the stance of telling her the truth without directly contradicting her. In short, I would always tell her that the amulets or Feng Shui charms will know what is best for us and that it will hasten to give us what we deserve and not what we want. Although, I will never contradict her whenever she would say that she wants her boyfriend to take her out of the country, I will always remind her that she should not dictate the outcome but rather expect that the outcome will be for the good of everybody.

Vajrapani Ruel

Some people hoard Feng Shui charms like they are going to be a Feng Shui charm seller. According to my Feng Shui teacher one must be able to differentiate a Feng Shui charm collector over a Feng Shui charm hoarder. A collector is somebody who believes in the value of the Feng Shui charm or an amulet and knows that there are pieces that may be difficult to find again thus they collect once it’s available. However, most (not all) hoarder like JM, do this because it is their psychological protection that when they hoard a holy or a lucky item they think what they wish for is good, although they really know that in their heart what they are wishing for evil, malicious and very selfish.

Among other amulets to protect her from legal problems that she refuses to reveal what the real cause is, but which the chart indicates potential legal problem because of embezzlement, she got the Vajrapani Ruel for herself. She also insisted to get the Vajrapani Ruel for her boyfriend so that he will develop a more determined character so that he will take her out of the country.

Although JM was quite new to Feng Shui I noticed she has this propensity to hoard on Feng Shui charms or amulets believing that the more she has the stronger possibility for her to lure her boyfriend into taking her out of the country.

I know what I did might be a little controversial, but according to my Guru Lama and her friends agrees also that it is better for her to get amulets and charms thinking that it will always do her hearts bidding no matter it is wrong, as long as I have been honest with her that it will do what is proper.

The Vajrapani Ruel has a very high personal testimony, and it indeed did the right thing for her also. Soon after she got the Vajrapani Ruel for herself and her boyfriend, things went right for her, albeit not what she was really wishing for.

Even though she got pregnant, and even though she claims that her boyfriend is the father of her baby (as it turn out later the boyfriend is not capable of conceiving a child), her husband forgave her and accepted the baby (the baby also came out looking very much like her husband, it shows that what she claims that she no longer have any physical contact with her husband, they actually still shares their matrimonial bed). Her boyfriend also who seems to be really quite fond of her develop a more determined character that he needs and decided to end the relationship with her.

You see, even though her real intent was not very nice, some will even say those are evil wishes, the truth is her heart’s negative desire has no match for the power of the amulet, in this case I referr to the Vajrapani Ruel, which is the amulet that she got, the same can be said for all amulets. The amulets are ‘extensions’ of the Buddha, Bodhisattvas, or Taoist Gods thus it ‘knows’ (for the lack of term) what you really need and it shall give it to you. It may or may not be your heart’s desire but it will give you what you really need. Let’s just hope and pray that JM learns to open her eyes and see the good luck that she received.

Note: You might be asking whether JM really exist. The answer is she does, but I have taken the liberty to take two similar persons and two similar stories and merged them into one.

Note: This is the first of a series of three.

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