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Vajrapani Ruel Stories (22): Winning A Court Case Against An Influential Family!

Published Setyembre 29, 2015 by jptan2012

I’m always happy to share a Vajrapani Ruel miraculous story, although I noticed that majority of the stories that I have shared base on the testimonials of readers or friends who has requested for the Vajrapani Ruel has something to do with money or getting properties. I know I have a few that have nothing to do with wealth or financial luck, but majority are. I guess this is largely because most people who are requesting for the Vajrapani Ruel has money or financial or property concerns at the top of their list.

Having said that, I’m especially happy if the miraculous story is about something else rather than money. It only shows that special amulets like the Vajrapani Ruel should not always be about getting rich. The story shared with me by my reader PV who also requested for the PV is one such story.

PV’s story goes from way back. In fact, it started 9 years ago when he was just starting with his career. His other brother who was in college then had an accident.carhitting a person

MV, PV’s brother was coming home late from school one day because of a project that he has to work on with his classmates. He was with one of his friend who lives in a dormitory, but because it was already about 1am, his dormitory has already locked its doors and MV invited to simply stay at his house. It was a good thing he went with MV because otherwise no credible witness would have step out to help in the case.

When they were near their MV’s house, MV decided to invite his friend to swing by a nearby convenience store to eat. After eating, MV’s friend decided to buy a toothbrush that he can use at MV’s house. But MV decided to go ahead and wait for his friend outside the convenience store. When his friend was about to step out and join MV, all of sudden, there was a really fast that lose control and hit MV. Worst, the driver didn’t get off the car but instead tried to run. It’s a good thing that MV’s friend has the presence of mind to get the plate number.

MV was rushed to the hospital where he was declared DOA or dead – on – arrival. Aside from the obvious injuries, the autopsy showed a broken spine, so chances are he died on the spot. This last piece of new served as a speck of consolation to the family that at least he didn’t suffer.

There were several witnesses, and luckily aside from MV’s friend there was one other guy who got the license plate. As it turns out the guy who hit MV is a son of an affluent influential family.

Right from the start the family showed their influence, the suspect was never taken into custody. And they tried to settle with the MV’s family, but as expected MV’s family didn’t agree to settle. Soon all the witnesses didn’t agree to witness, with a few retracting their statement. The only consolation is MV’s friend remained a true friend even after MV’s death. The influential family tried to settle with him also by bribing him, but he refuse the money and decided to remain a witness. The case then went to court.

However, 2 judges inhibited themselves after the first year of hearing. This is a major blow to MV’s family because the trial has to start all over again. The third judge seems to be partial to the influential family and he suggested the family to settle. On top of it, with the family’s influence they seem to do everything in their power to delay and delay the case.

All these has taken a toll to their family’s finances and also it seem to be the one thing that prevents his family from having true peace.

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 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.

When I first wrote about the Vajrapani Ruel, PV immediately requested for it because he believes that this will help his family. He got one, explained to his mom what it can do. I suggested that they tape it at the back of MV’s picture frame.

According to PV it was the start that the case showed some real progress, and just about 2 weeks ago the court has ruled that the suspect is GUILTY.

PV and his parents know that this is far from over, there’s going to an appeal. But at least, there is a first step of finality. In the end, the influential family failed to totally influence the legal system.

According to PV, after getting the Vajrapani Ruel, the case seems to have moved faster in the several months that they have it compared to the years that they don’t have the Vajrapani Ruel.

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How To Get Rid of A Very Jealous Boyfriend!

Published Setyembre 14, 2015 by jptan2012

jealous ex bfA reader wanted to know as to how she can get rid of an ex – boyfriend who happens to be working in the same company that she works for.

MR is a young beautiful bank employee. She dated this guy from his office and eventually became his girlfriend. They were together for a year. However, due to some differences in beliefs and priority they broke up with each other and after 4 months MR started dating again.

However, MR started noticing that whenever his new suitor and now boyfriend goes to pick him up in the office, her ex – boyfriend will make it a point to approach them and always talks about the time when MR and he are still together. As you can imagine this is quite awkward and very uncomfortable for MR and his new boyfriend. Eventually MR found out through a common friend that his ex – boyfriend has admitted that he still feels jealous whenever he sees MR with another man, but claims that he doesn’t love her anymore.

MR is afraid that this might further escalate and might lead to a bigger problem.

MR’s initial instinct is to get the Vajrapani Ruel but I told her that she doesn’t need the Vajrapani Ruel. She insisted on getting it because she wants this solved fast. Reiterated that I don’t think she needs the Vajrapani Ruel because there is a powerful cure against it.

Raw Black Tourmaline. For the purpose stated in this post a small one will do.

Raw Black Tourmaline. For the purpose stated in this post a small one will do.

I asked her for her ex – boyfriend’s birthdate and looked for his weakest section. Then I told her to print a picture of his ex – boyfriend and place the picture on his weakest section, then put a small black raw or rough tourmaline crystal on the solar plexus of his ex – boyfriend on the picture. Then take it off after 3 days.

According to MR, her ex – boyfriend has stopped bothering them!

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

Myth Buster 28: A Broken Picture Frame Is A Bad Omen

Published Hulyo 3, 2015 by jptan2012
Photo uploaded from Google Images.

Photo uploaded from Google Images.

I think it is an international belief that when a picture falls off or if a picture frame breaks, its usually taken as a sign of a bad omen that something bad will happen to the person on the picture. So much so that it usually uses as a minor plot on movies and TV dramas to heightened the drama that something bad is about to happen.

This is both a myth but at the same time, it’s not. Let me explain myself.

Pictures are our extension, so there is some truth that part of our soul is captured once our picture is taken. But of course, it’s not the soul that is being captured but the photo becomes an extension of our chi or life force. This happens without our life force or chi being diminished, and the chi on the picture is so small that some Feng Shui experts and Taoist priest still debates whether it is of any significance.

Personally, I think it is of some significance, but not significant enough to make us paranoid every time we had our picture taken.

Anyway, going back to the topic, if your picture fell from the wall or if your picture frame breaks does that mean that something bad is about to happen.

I think it means that something bad is bound to happen, however, photos being an extension of yourself, might have absorbed it already that you need not be afraid, it means it has been prevented already. However, in some rare instances, if what is about to happen is really something big or something really terrible then maybe something will still happen but whatever it is it definitely has been diminished because your photo has absorbed some of it.

But how do we know whether something will still happen or not? It’s hard to say, so as a safety precaution, one can light some incense, chant a mantra, or make a donation in a temple or church, or wear amulets like the Vajrapani Ruel or wear images of the Buddhas or Bodhisattvas.

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Is Keeping A Picture of A Dead Person Creates Bad Chi?

Published Hunyo 4, 2014 by jptan2012

I know that yesterday’s article about embracing a tomb and taking pictures of it creates bad chi. I know that people will now ask whether keeping a picture of a loved one will also create bad chi.

Generally speaking in Feng Shui keeping a picture of dead person creates bad chi. However, there are some exceptions to the rule because one has to consider other factors that creates energy.

Pope John Paul IIFor example, for Catholics Pope John Paul II and Mother Teresa are people who died, but I don’t think keeping their picture will create bad chi because a lot of the Catholics considers them as living saints. To relate it to a Buddhist perspective, they are people who exude so much positive chi while they are living that their very image creates positive chi because it can only invoke positivity.

However, keeping a picture of Adolf Hitler at face value is bad because he embodies evilness, at least to most people. I would like to clarify though that I’m not here to judge the core humanness of the names that I mentioned above, but I’m only judging as the facts in history presents itself. In Buddhism, no one can judge a person is good or bad despite of their acts because no one can judge the core value or belief or reason for an act.

Keeping a picture of a dead person that you don’t personally know will also create bad chi, because there is nothing that will change that energy. However, keeping a picture of a person that you love, will not create bad chi, because the feeling of love towards the person should create enough positive chi to either temper it if not kill the bad chi.

Most Chinese will keep a picture and an alter of a dead relative. This usually creates good chi because one continues to ‘nurture’ the love by offering incense and/or food to the dead ancestor. However, this only becomes bad when the time has come that the younger generation feels neither love nor respect to the dead ancestor. Then the bond starts to break and there will be no buffer for the bad chi.

In summary, it is bad to keep a picture of a dead person because it creates bad chi. However, a ‘living saint’ and love creates much stronger positive chi that the bad chi these pictures create.

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