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Financial Blessings by Way of An Unexpected Inheritance; Old Clients brings in Money Blessings and a Business Boost; And Rekindling the Mother – Daughter – Sibling Relationship: A Vajrapani Ruel Miraculous Personal Testimony From Doubtful Chalyn!

Published Agosto 29, 2017 by jptan2012

Today’s post is about a reader who I secretly named as “Doubtful Chalyn” or “Doubting Chalyn”. Chalyn or Lyn as she is called emailed me sometime late April of this year. According to her she has to email me seven (7) times because I responded to her. I don’t think I saw her first 6 emails but the last one where I replied sounded like she was a little desperate. And so when I replied, I decided to give her my contact number.

Doubtful Chalyn called me up while I was in a meeting and so she got a little disappointed and sent me a message asking as to why I would give her my number, she called 3 times. I returned her call that same evening and explained that during daytime, I’m usually busy and is unable to reply right away to messages and most of the time, I’m unable to take a call.

Anyway, she said she needs my help and insisted that she needs the Vajrapani Ruel. She also clarified that it was both she and her husband who reads my blog, but it was her husband who really wants and is desperate to get the Vajrapani Ruel. During our conversation, she kept on asking me whether the Vajrapani Ruel really works and that whether it will work for her. I already sense at that time that she was a doubtful reader or and believer. And so I told her not to get the Vajrapani Ruel if she is not sure.

I was surprise when she called again the following day and insisted that we meet that day because she and her husband really wants to get the Vajrapani Ruel. We met at a mall and I further asked them about their concerns, Doubting Chalyn has shared it with me already during our conversation but wanted to hear it from her husband and I want to know whether the Vajrapani Ruel is really for them.

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.

Lyn has gave me the reason why they desire the Vajrapani Ruel and that is because her husband’s business is not doing well and that money has been tight since July of 2016. But it was Ranran, Lyn’s husband, who concretizes everything for me. According to Ranran, his business was largely affected by the steady weakening of the Philippine peso against the US dollar, and because of this a lot of his customers has left him for more affordable, although not necessarily better, alternative supplier. This happened at a really fast rate, and since a lot of his customers are also foreign mid –scale businesses, when they left the country and close shop, his income was greatly affected.

Ranran also said that another reason that he wants to get the Vajrapani Ruel is for Lyn to get her long time wish. Lyn hasn’t mentioned anything about her wish to me during our phone conversation but I learned that day about her estranged relationship with her family because she eloped and married Ranran, a man who is 7 years younger than her, and who used to be her father’s employee. They have been married for more than a decade and not once did she get to her parents and siblings, and it is only a cousin that would tell Lyn of some news about her family. When Lyn’s father passed away 7 years ago, she was not allowed to go to the wake, and was only allowed to attend the funeral provided that she doesn’t join them before and after the main funeral. This obviously has constantly become a pain in the chest for Lyn. Even they had two kids her parents, refused to see the kids. Some of siblings of Lyn but only briefly and they certainly don’t have any kind of relationship with her kids.

Again, during our conversation at the mall, Doubtful Chalyn will always ask me whether the Vajrapani Ruel will work. I again told them not to get it if they are very anxious about the whole thing. It was then that I mentally branded her as “Doubtful Chalyn” or “Doubting Chalyn”. Ranran then explained that they are decided in getting the Vajrapani Ruel and that Lyn is only like that because she was desperate for the Vajrapani Ruel to work for them.

Note: I have since admitted to Lyn that I branded her has “Doubtful Chalyn” or “Doubting Chalyn”. And she and Ranran really laughed about it.

That was 4 months ago, as Lyn’s message indicates. Now allow me to share the miracle base on Lyn’s very own words.

According to Lyn and Ranran, they since had a reunion and getting to know the cousins (of Lyn’s kids) party with Lyn’s family. When they asked what happened why the sudden turn around, as it turn out, Lyn’s youngest sister has been convincing their mom and other siblings to reach out to Lyn and rekindle their family relationship with her.

Going back to their initial reason for getting the Vajrapani Ruel. As mentioned, one of Ranran’s biggest and old times went back to him. Obviously this is a big deal for Ranran because getting the client back is a big financial help and also reputation builder. Things have started to get better. And the inheritance of Lyn is a big help but is simply a bonus to the first two miracles!

Now “Doubtful Chalyn” is now a term of endearment for Lyn, but she is insists it is a name no longer apt for her. She said she is now “Lyn the Believer”.

By the way, she now also chants the mantra of Bodhisattva Vajrapani, OM VAJRAPANI HUM, everyday!

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

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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.

mala

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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