My schedule the past weeks have been crazy, as in really crazy. One of my clients in my business has an upcoming big project, and we have been scheduling to go on a trip to this new site of their real estate project.
However, due to the fact that there is a lot of high profile people involve, it has been quite difficult to set a schedule. In a way, this affected my schedule also for my other clients but the worst part is this particular client asked to be prioritized but she in turn would prioritize something else. Out of exasperation I told her to just tell me when she has finalized things. And I made it a point not to call her until she decides to call me.
Then I got to talk to BM, my reader in Davao, and after talking to her, in which she didn’t actually offered any advice about the said matter, I decided to be humble enough to just call my client back because I think BM would have done this because it is the right thing to do. Let ego and pride go out of the way.
So I did call her. We still haven’t gone to the project site. But it feels to do well.
But guess what, who has a bigger good karma just because I did the right thing. It’s not me, but it’s BM. Because she truly inspire people to do good without even her having to say what to do.
You may also want to read my other posts about BM.
A few days ago the brother of my friend called me up at the middle of the night, he was out of town for a business trip. Because his meeting in the province got delayed he has no choice but to go back to Manila late at night. He can’t avoid this because he has another meeting the following day.
The problem is his driver and the people in the province warned him to delay his trip because he will have to pass through a ‘forested’ area where it is famous of a lot of negative things happening. The locals believe that the place inhabited by a lot of negative beings and it is also famous for accidents and even ambush. Furthermore, there have been stories in the past wherein a car went inside that ‘forested’ area and never came out. But according to him he has no choice because his meeting the following day is really important, not to mention his wife his expected to give birth in a few days. He really don’t have a choice but he is also a bit wary. The problem is he didn’t bring his Vajrapani Ruel, otherwise, he would have been protected.
Told him to chant the following mantras:
OM AMI DEWA HRIH
OM MANI PADME HUM
OM AH HUM HO HAM KSHAMALA VARAYA HUM PHAT
Also told him to this continuously while passing through the ‘forested’ area or if possible even before that.
Long story short, he did it and nothing happened. Did the mantras saved him from harm? We don’t know whether there is really the presence of harm, but even if there is real presence of harm, but if there is then I’m pretty sure that the said mantras would have protected them.
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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.