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Showing Gratitude from a Simple Vajrapani Ruel Miracle and How Attitude Affects Miracles!

Published Mayo 4, 2018 by jptan2012

Today, I would like to present to you another reader who has shown some gratitude with her simple miracle. She is somebody who got the VAJRAPANI RUEL and has placed it on her ceiling. And she won a few hundred pesos since, but her brother also won more than a hundred thousand pesos. While some may consider the hundred thousand pesos big, I know some will still consider it small, but the point here no matter the amount, she showed some gratitude and appreciation from the miracle that they got.

Below is a screen shot of her actual message to me.

Vicky

I would like to clarify that although a lot of my readers who acquired the Vajrapani Ruel and/or the Special Gold Piyao claims that they have won in the lottery or in the Casino. I don’t really believe that amulets should be use for games of luck and specially gambling.

As I said, gratitude will definitely affect the miracle that comes into your life and Vicky’s story is proof of that. Having a good heart, being appreciative with sincerity of your “small” miracles will definitely bring in bigger miracles. In the next few days I shall write more about this, but allow me to say that in every positive thought that affects and welcomes bigger miracles, every negative thought or doubt shall also bring in some problems and also hinders the miracles that come into your life.

Recently, I have written about how some people had to face some problems just because they delayed curing their bad Feng Shui. In the same manner, I noticed people who seem to dilly dally in chanting a mantra, reciting a sutra or acquiring an amulet seems to have their eventual miracle diminished to a fraction to what it should have really been and also sometimes it takes time before it happens to them. The explanation for this is quite simple. They block their own miracles! They send out negative energies or negative chi to block the positive chi of their miracles!!! I really feel sorry for these kind of people because they could have something great and yet because of their own doing they are confronted with a slow uptake.

Belief is not a prerequisite for your miracles to happen. But extreme non – belief coupled with a strong dilly dallying attitude and doubt are powerful ingredients for one to have a delayed or a toned – down 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.

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

 

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Nobody is Bigger than the Force of the World, But…

Published Enero 2, 2018 by jptan2012

Happy Happy New Year to Everyone!

It’s new year base on the Western Calendar, and Feng Shui experts / Feng Shui consultants have been appearing on TV, magazines, and on radio. I have listened to a few some are a legit, but some are totally bogus. First thing first, the year of the earth dog doesn’t come in until Feb. 16, 2018.

Also heard a Feng Shui consultant on radio suggesting several cures. When asked by the anchor what will happen if the person doesn’t have any money to buy the cures, the Feng Shui consultant then that person should prepare for a troubled life because “nobody is bigger than the force of the world” he said in Filipino.

True! I totally agree with him. Nobody is bigger than the force of the world but our faith in a higher being should be bigger than our fears because it is definitely bigger than the force of the world.

What am I saying here?

You all know that I’m strong advocate of cures and/or amulets, especially Buddhist amulets that are highly consecrated! However, the truth is some of these are limited and most often than not because of the process of making them and also because of the things that goes into the amulets, they become quite pricey and one need to fully own the amulets before it really works, this is done in several ways but these days it is mostly done thru an exchange of energies via a stipulated monetary donation. The money covers for the cost of making the amulets, transport, and a donation for building temples and/or feeding the monks. To understand this better, you can read my post called – THE EVOLUTION OF ACQUIRING AN AMULET!

And so, because of these factors, some people might not be able to afford powerful amulets. Does that mean they’re hopeless and should prepare for a troubled year ahead as this Feng Shui consultant is saying? Of course, not, in this blog, I have talked about, several times, what I call the “amulet from within”.

What is the amulet from within? This is our genuine compassion, genuine kindness, genuine love, genuine goodness of our heart. The key word is genuine, meaning it should be real and true. If we have these things, it should also serve as some sort of an amulet. The compassion, kindness, love, goodness here should go beyond our family and friends, it is much broader than the love for family and friends, much purer.

On top of that, we should realize that our faith in a higher being be it Buddha, Allah, Shiva or Jesus Christ, should be bigger than our fears because they are definitely bigger than the force of the world.

Real faith and not pride because of the false humility that one is favored by the higher beings is the key.

While it is true that cures and amulets makes things easier, because they serve as an extension of positive chi, it doesn’t mean without them we are doomed. Because Fate lead by Faith is a path to bliss.

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

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.

Adopted Abandoned Dogs Are Saving Their Humans

Published Mayo 29, 2014 by jptan2012

A few days ago I wrote about how burying dead pets on your yard creates a lot of yin energy. This prompted one of my readers to email and send me an sms. She was lucky enough that I was able to read her email right away, and because I know how serious this matter is I agreed to meet her and go to her place.

MLS said that when they transferred to their new house, things started going sour with some of the things in their life. There are several things that she shared with me, but one of the major problems that they encountered is it seems that her husband’s professional life took a nose dive. She said she noticed when she moved to their house and when they buried five puppies in their yard.

When I get to their house, the first thing I noticed is that their main house door is slanted. I call this ‘dragon door’, because if done right they have the ability to bring dragon luck, which is an enormous amount of luck into one’s life. However, this is a very tricky thing to do and I’ve never seen any modern Feng Shui consultants execute this. In fact, I personally don’t feel comfortable doing this because a slight error in measurement, it will then become a ‘yin dragon door’. This means it will bring a tremendous amount of bad luck. MLS has a dragon door, judging from how it was done, it looks like that it has become a ‘yin dragon door’ and he has 4 such doors in her house. To top it off, there are several more Feng Shui blunders that I pointed out to them. Not to mention, there are also dead puppies buried in their yard.

I don’t really remember whether I told them this, but I felt that they’re still lucky, because with so much major Feng Shui blunders in one house things could have been at its worst!

Puti, relaxing in front of the air conditioner on a very warm lazy aftenoon.

Puti, relaxing in front of the air conditioner on a very warm lazy aftenoon.

There are several possible factors why they didn’t get to feel the full effects of the major Feng Shui blunders. They may be good people and have garnered so much positive karma that even if the Feng Shui blunders in their house are so big, they weren’t that affected. But one thing I noticed is that they have two aspins or Asong Pinoy, a Filipino non-breed dog that are usually found on the streets. MLS’s family, especially her husband and children took care of the dogs when they were surely destined to have died on the street or eaten by drunkards.

The dogs are Puti and Matic and both of them are female dogs. The carpenters who were building their house when she was still a puppy bought Puti. They want to bring her up so that they can slaughter and eat her. Matic on the other hand was an abandoned dog that gave birth to her puppies on the street. AS, MLS husband then saved Matic and her puppies. Unfortunately, Matic’s puppies all died of parvo. They’re the ones who are now buried in their yard.

Adopting a pet and ensuring that they become well balanced is one sure way of wiping our negative karma or fighting off bad luck. In the case of MLS and AS, I can only imagine the good karma that they got from adopting both Puti and Matic without even thinking about karma or luck.

Puti and Matic are now indoors dogs and love to seat in front of the air conditioner. Also, while they used to scavenge for food, their humans now know their favorite food. According to MLS they love to eat Menudo (pork with liver stew) but are not very fond of Sinigang (Filipino hot sour soup).

AS and MLS and their children changed the lives of both Puti and Matic and now I believe just because they’re happy dogs they’re also helping their humans by giving them positive chi!

Fruits: The Natural Way of Enhancing Good Feng Shui

Published Setyembre 7, 2013 by jptan2012

fruitsThe past few days I have been posting about the wonderful personal testimonies of my readers about the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT. However, as I’ve always mentioned, my greatest frustration is trying to get the price of the pendant lower because it is quite pricey. Its price is the greatest hindrance for more people to get and receive wonderful blessing thru the aide of the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT.

So today, like yesterday when I talked about the energized water I called ‘Temple Water’, I’m sharing one of the easiest, very affordable, and perhaps healthy way of enhancing one’s good Feng Shui, and that is thru the use of fruits.

Fruits are a natural way of enhancing Feng Shui. Putting different kind of fruits, preferably you have about three different kinds of fruits on your dining table or altar as an offering will help enhance good Feng Shui by attracting positive chi. The best way of doing it is getting unripe fruits and leave them to ripen on your altar or dining table.

However, you have to ensure that you don’t leave to rot. You must eat them or at the very least give them away. The only downside in doing this is that you will have to replace it every few days. Remember, faux fruits made of plastics won’t do.

So go out and buy fruits. Try to get different colors of fruits!

What We Have to Learn About Feng Shui in Disneyland

Published Hunyo 3, 2012 by jptan2012

Disneyland is considered by many people as the happiest place on earth, while this is debatable, no one can deny that Disneyland’s success can be attributed, not so much with good physical Feng Shui, but by it’s ultimate positive chi of happiness.

My family and me recently went on a vacation in Hong Kong, needless to say, for the sake of the kids who are traveling with us we went to Disneyland. I won’t be able to post my family’s pictures here because they value their privacy, but out pictures shows that the adults enjoyed Disneyland as much as the kids did.

Somebody once told me that Disneyland Hong Kong did consult a Feng Shui expert, and judging from its entrance, I think it really has good Feng Shui. However, even if they didn’t consult a Feng Shui expert, the amount of positive energy created by all the happy images of Mickey Mouse and the Disney gang, and the amount of positive energy created by the people who go there is more than enough to counter bad Feng Shui.

What I’m trying to say is while good physical Feng Shui is important, inner Feng Shui, which is all about being happy and positive is much more powerful.

Allow me to share some pictures that we took in HK Disneyland. Just by looking at these pictures, it’s enough to create some positive chi.

The water fountain at the entrance of HK Disneyland signifies money coming in. It’s a nice idea that they put Mickey Mouse on top of the water fountain, because it signifies that the management is in control on how the money comes in and how they are spent.

The iconic Disneyland Castle also suggest power but at the same time it connotes warmth, which makes people want to visit Disneyland.

Inside the ‘It’s A Small World’ Castle. The atmosphere here is really of a friendly, peaceful one.

Seeing the different Disney characters is enough to lift one’s spirits. It’s just a surge of subtle positive chi. Both kids and adults seeing the different Disney characters.

Mickey Mouse

Minnie Mouse with Pluto

 

 

Goofy

Winnie the Pooh

Is this Snow White or Cinderella?

Stitch

Buzz Lightyear of Toy Story

Woody

Jessie

And of course the fireworks at the end of the days is simply amazing. Pictures are unable to capture the beauty of the sound/music that goes with the fireworks. But Disneyland made sure that even though evening is largely a Yin energy they still end with a Yang energy activity.

Taking Home Some Good Chi from Holy or Sacred Places

Published Marso 31, 2012 by jptan2012

Whenever I go on a trip, I always make sure to visit a holy or sacred place. In China, I always try to visit a famous temple or a sacred site like Mt. Putuo. In Bangkok, I visit the famous Four – Faced Buddha. In France, I try to visit Lourdes.

An image of the largest Kuan Yin in the world which is found in the holy mountain in China - Mt. Putuo.

It doesn’t matter whether the holy or sacred place is a Buddhist site or a Muslim site or a Catholic place. As long as it’s considered holy or sacred I try to visit it and take with me a slice of good chi from the holy site.

I do this by getting a small amount of earth from the site, or in the case of Lourdes I buy some ‘holy water’, or I get some burnt incense ash from their incense burner.  I then bring them home and put them on my altar or in the garden.

The natural things found in these places imbibes the positive chi of the holy or sacred place and bringing them to your house will ‘bless’ your place with their chi.

However, you should make sure you mentally ask permission first before you get anything from these places. It is also advisable that you do a thank you offering for the ‘blessing’ that you’re taking home.

There are different ways of doing an offering. You can either offer some flowers, incense, or donate some money.

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