Although I have always believed in Feng Shui, it was this blog that proved to me that “miracles” are more common that most people expect them to be. The personal testimonies of the readers of this blog, both those I’ve shared here and those that remain to be unwritten, has proved to me that miracles do happen, they happen frequently, and most importantly they happen even to those who don’t believe in Feng Shui or Buddhism or Taoism, they happen even to those who don’t believe that they will happen.
I always receive emails, calls, sms, about how my recommendations here or the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT(1), has helped people received miracles, especially the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT(2), who have become quite famous and has since become an instrument for people to receive miracles and various luck.
However, I will be the first to admit that the Feng Shui recommendations mentioned on this blog, and even the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT(3), doesn’t enjoy a 100% effectivity. Meaning there are a few people who got the pendant that has not experienced any miracle, and surprisingly, it seems to be that these are the people who should be receiving the miracles because they are quite open to it and need no further convincing and are quite open about it.
I thought about this matter because while I don’t have any doubt about the efficacy of the recommendations here and of the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT(4), I don’t understand why some people do receive the miracles and some don’t. After thinking about it for several weeks, I realized that a lot of those who received the miracles immediately are people who do believe in the efficacy of the pendant are people who don’t really believe or are people who don’t have specific solutions to their problems, while a lot of the people who truly believes that the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT(5), are those people who also have a specific solution or specific miracle as to how the pendant will work. In this sense, because of their specific desire of something, it has become a stumbling block on their real miracles.
Let me explain it further, if you read the personal testimonies, I notice that they were mostly from people who know that they need the pendant but don’t have solutions to their problems. Or a few of them are stories about people who don’t really believe it but were given to them by a parent. My point is these are people who don’t have specific solutions to their problem. For me, it shows, and this is still a theory, that it seems like if you believe something will happen then something will happen. However, if you believe something will happen and sort of dictate or impose what will happen, it becomes a stumbling block to the miracle. In fact, if you read the personal testimonies, there are a few stories that show that the outcome is not what they really expected but turn out to be what they need.
So I say, be open to miracles, hope and expect it even, but do not dictate or impose!