Saturday, December 20, 2008




caption:Though Myo Wai Kyaw has scars on his face even after skin grafting, he takes things in his stride and faces challenges with a big smile.

This young 13-year-old Myo Wai Kyaw is a very studious child who is always at the top of his class. Because of the cyclone, his studies had been delayed.

The boy was eager to catch up on his studies and lit an oil lamp to study in a night in early July. Accidentally bumped into the oil lamp above him when he stood up, the hot oil spilt over his head and face …

Myo Wai Kyaw kneeled and bowed to his parents to pay respect and express gratitude towards their unconditional love and care.

Meet my “relatives”

On Aug 15 morning, Myo Wai Kyaw waited earnestly by the window. Upon seeing Lin, two other Tzu Chi volunteers and an interpreter approaching, the boy turned to his mother saying, “Mom, our relatives are here!”

Everyone was in high spirits as it was the day Myo Wai Kyaw was going to be discharged and he would be going home after a month’s long stay at the hospital. Couldn’t wait for the time to come, the family had packed their belongings into two big bags and ready to go.

Taiwanese volunteer Lin had made this special trip to give her well wishes to Myo Wai Kyaw. Together with fellow Tzu Chi volunteers, she’s going to send him home personally.

When the boy heard that, he was overwhelmed and said softly to Lin, “I feel so happy!”

The road home was rugged. The group has to walk on foot even after riding a car and a jeep. But it was nothing for Myo Wai Kyaw and his parents, as they could not wait to go home after being away from home for over a month.

A tragedy

One night in early July 2008, while Myo Wai Kyaw was studying at home trying to catch up with his studies lagged behind by the May cyclone, he accidentally knocked down the oil lamp when he stood up. The hot oil spilt over his head and face, severely scalding over 20% of his body.

As his family is poor and lives in Kungyangon which is a fair distance from Yangon, Myanmar’s capital, his parents could only take him to be treated at a small local hospital.

It was July 6. It so happened that Tzu Chi volunteers had to send a gentleman to the local hospital in Kungyangon and went back to visit him again later that day that they discovered there was a severely scalded child in the bed next to this gentleman.

Myo Wai Kyaw’s skin has begun to fester. Seeing his condition, the volunteers encouraged and convinced his parents to allow them to help him transfer to a better equipped hospital. That was how the boy was brought to the best hospital in Yangon.

During the month long stay in hospital, Myo Wai Kyaw had surgery and his skin grafted. His condition had begun to stabilize.

Every 3 to 4 days, volunteers came to visit him and provide him with support. Lin, especially, treated the boy like her own child. Lin not only went to see him often, but also encouraged him to face life with bravery and urged him to study well. She also spent time teaching the boy to read and write.

Gradually, Myo Wai Kyaw’s skin recovered and he could start walking. He has a scar on the right side of his face while his right ear is disfigured. However, the love and concern from everyone has helped ease his pain. Besides his parents, Lin seems to be the next closest kin to Myo Wai Kyaw.

It’s good to be home!

The way home was rugged. It took five hours to reach Taw Kuu Village from the Yangon Hospital. Along the way, besides travelling by car, they also rode a jeep and had to walk for a distance; some volunteers found it difficult throughout the whole journey. However, it was not so for Myo Wai Kyaw and his parents. They have been longing to go back after being away from home for over a month.

During the hospital stay, Myo Wai Kyaw’s parents were constantly by his bedside caring for him. When they saw that their son was beginning to recover and that he could walk on his own, they felt much more at ease. Myo Wai Kyaw’s mum still has a lingering fear when she recalled the day her son was sent to the hospital. “He was badly burned, the journey was rough and when the car jolted, he screamed in pain. I thought he was not going to make it. I was in despair. But Tzu Chi saved his life.”

When volunteers asked Myo Wai Kyaw if he was in severe pain at that time, he lit up his big eyes and said that his pain had already been forgotten. What a brave boy! We thought. He remembers only the good things.

Upon reaching home, many people including close relatives and friends were there to welcome him. Myo Wai Kyaw was ecstatic to see all the people. His little brother even gave him a bear hug. Myo Wai Kyaw politely and with much gratitude said “kay zu tin ba tal” (‘thank you’ in Burmese) to everyone. He kneeled and bowed to his parents for their unconditional love and care, not forgetting the volunteers.

“Amitabha, Grand-master. Thank you all, Tzu Chi uncles and aunties. No matter which day, which week, or which month of the year it is, our door will always be open to you. Please come back and visit us sometime.” said the boy in Burmese with his palms folded in front of his chest.

”I am deeply gratified towards Master Chen Yen and the Tzu Chi uncles and aunties. Our home is forever open and we will always welcome you anytime.”

Immediately after saying that, the boy ran to Lin and gave her a big hug. Lin urged Myo Wai Kyaw sincerely: “Don’t you ever look down on yourself because of how you look; you have to be grateful that you have a pair of ears to hear and a pair of eyes to see. Furthermore, you have a pair of hands that you can write with. Treasure what you have! People all over the world will send their wishes to you through the Da Ai Satellite TV.”

Agreeing, the boy nodded with a big, bright smile. His parents felt deep gratitude towards Tzu Chi for giving their child a new lease of life. His mother promised she would become a Tzu Chi volunteer and would help those in need.

In fact, during the hospital stay, Myo Wai Kyaw’s mum and himself have begun to practice the way of Tzu Chi. When they heard about a little girl wanting a small radio, Myo Wai Kyaw immediately took out all his allowances and with the help of the little girl’s grandma, they bought her a small radio.

Although the boy had met with unfortunate events in life, he took it in his stride. He chose to face the inevitable with his bright eyes and pure smile. From this young and brave boy, the volunteers have indeed learned to be optimistic and contented, also to never give up on life easily.

I hope by sharing this story, can help those people who are facing problems now to face it bravely and never to give up in life.

Pray hard to get the guidance and patience to endure the impermanence.

Buddha Bless.

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Sunday, November 23, 2008

Improve your luck

During this trip, i am very bless to find another powerful master, Aj deang.

Accoding to the thai people, this skillful master ha smaster the ancient art of making amulets that can suit individually. I could not understand at the begining, so i decided to pay this great master a visit.

When I meet him, he show me the amaulets that are bless by him They are all very unique. FROM THE BEGINING TO THE END, THE WHOLE PROCESS ARE DONE AND BLESS PERSOANLLY BY HIM.

He told me that from the begining, before he write on the charm, he has to bless and cleanse them so that the gods will chatge power to it.

After that, he will go into medation for a while, then he will write on it. While writing, he chant the holy chant. After the whole process he done, he will proced to write the next piece.

After all done, he will sit in medaition and put his power into it and at the meantime, he will invite his master and all gods to help to charge power into it.

In addtion, he explain to me this special art of why his amulets need to insert the name and date if birth. he mention when you insert the details, the power in the amulet will surround it and finally,the person fate and the power of the amulet will conbine together and the person will change his/her luck to better and will never drop down again. In addtion, when you insert in the details, it like submit your prticulars to the gods above and request for their belssing.
So what you are using, it more than a amulets!!!!

He has write the mantra of changing and pushing luck mantra.
It come with a chanted paper. The moment you write the name on the paper, the booast luck amulet is activated and connected to the person.

After the person wear it, luck will improve, obstacles will slowly be remove. Wealth and good thing will slowly move in. People will come and help you. Good thing wil flow in.

In addtion, he has also do a very powerful love charm which will bring a broken couple together, help a single man or woman to find their true love, find their ideal partner, attract the person they like.

This love charm work in the way that the person has to insert the name and date of birth of the person they want to attarct. If possible, hair also have to insert it. write name and date of birth into the paper, roll the paper up with the hair with it...

Insert in, pray and the person you want to attract will like you and love you.

It come with a 'make you loss your sense' love oil. The herbs itself has a story... before the master go the the forest to getthe love herbs, they have to chant and block themselves before go in. If not, they will be charm by this herbs and loss in the forest.
The person can
dip the takrut into the oil and apply on your face and eye blow. The takrut to absorb the power of the oil and output the charming power onto your face.

Thursday, October 30, 2008

Pray for luck

WHEN you're swimming in a sea of red, when nothing, not even rescue packages initiated by governments around the world, seem able to stem the bleeding in markets, what are you going to do?


Desperate investors, it seems, are seeking intervention of another kind by heading to the temples to pray for the recovery of their investments.

A check on Sunday found on a temple found out that seven out of 10 people who walked out of the Kwan Im Thong Hood Cho Temple had the shaky stockmarket and their investments on their mind.

The writer spent five hours each on three days at the Waterloo Street temple, where thousands of devotees - and tourists - visit each day to pray for blessings from the Goddess of Mercy.

Temple workers say they have seen a surge in the number of worshippers after the markets dived.

After offering prayers, many proceed to shake a bamboo or metal cylinderuntil a fortune stick - which bears a number - falls out.

The stick is then exchanged for an oracle - a pink slip of paper with acorresponding number.

The writing on the paper spells the worshipper's fortune or misfortune.

Businessman Y H Low, 53, said: 'Who else can we trust now?

'The way I see it, only heaven can help us pull through this crunch.'

Mr Low declined to give more details of his 'close to a million-dollarloss' but added: 'I don't think I can recover even 10 per cent of that.'

But the oracle he has drawn offered a possible 'light at the end of the tunnel', he said.

Cheered by the thought, Mr Low left the makeshift table, where the divination interpreter sat, with a relieved smile.

But not everyone who stopped at the table was as lucky. An elderly

couple, who refused to be interviewed, returned to the temple to offer more prayers.

Said the divination interpreter, who wanted to be known only as Mr Teo:

'They got a 'xia-xia qian' (bad lot) which means they're likely to lose everything.'

The man, who has been practising his trade at the spot for more than 10

years, claimed he was not surprised by the surge of advice-seeking devotees. His 'work station' comprises just one table and some stools,two traditional Chinese books and pink pieces of paper with Chinese scripts.

Mr Teo said: 'When all else fails, who else can you turn to but the

Goddess of Mercy? They believe the divination lots they draw from here can offer a solution for them.

'It's like their last chance and they'll come, praying and hoping for a miracle.'

Plying his trade further down the five-foot way is Mr Tan Lai Wai.

The Hong Kong-born fortune-teller, 60, said: 'It's not just the Chinese;

I've got Eurasian and even Indian customers who approach me for advice.'

They are usually accompanied by Chinese friends, who act as translators.

Mr Tan admitted he 'knows nuts about investing in stocks'. 'But it's okay because they're usually more interested in the forecast of their remaining luck cycle.'

Among those there was retiree Mr Robert Ng, 69, who was feeling 'horrible heart pain' from his estimated $200,000 losses.

Mr Ng, who used to work as a regional sales manager for an electronics company, said: 'Luckily I didn't play the market with all my savings or else I dare not imagine what will happen now.'

His worry now is that he may be unable to help his youngest son with his wedding expenses.

Said Mr Ng: 'He's getting married in February and I'd hoped to make more money so that I could help the couple.'

But the direction he was seeking seemed to evade him even after the reading.

With a heavy sigh, he said: 'I was advised to hold on to the papers as there should be a rebound. But I could end up losing more money.'

Asked if he intended to heed the 'advice', Mr Ng said: 'I still don't know.'

This article was first published in The New Paper on October 19, 2008

Beside praying, in thailand, they believe there is lucky charm which they can wear on body to bring them good luck, bring them miracles.

Trap Wealth amulet

Good luck amulet

Free from debt and change luck amulet

Photo showing me receive blessing from Kubra noi and showing those amulets which I get from him personally.

Push luck lucky charm

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Friday, September 26, 2008

Medicine buddha

Today, i would like to share with the readers this great buddha:

Medicine Buddha. Hopefully by sharing this buddha, the readers can pay homeage to him for good health and receive great blessing.

Medicine Buddha has made a vow to help those who call upon him when ill or injured, and to aid those who revere him to achieve a long and healthy life. As Amitabha is the Buddha of the Pure Land of the Western Paradise, the Medicine Buddha is the Buddha of the Pure Land of the Eastern Paradise.

12 Vows of Medicine Buddha

1. I vow that my body shall shine as beams of brilliant light on this infinite and boundless world, showering on all beings, getting rid of their ignorance and worries with my teachings. May all beings be like me, with a perfect status and character, upright mind and soul, and finally attaining enlightenment like the Buddha.

2. I vow that my body be like crystal, pure and flawless, radiating rays of splendid light to every corner, brightening up and enlightening all beings with wisdom. With the blessings of compassion, may all beings strengthen their spiritual power and physical energy, so that they could fulfil their dreams in the right track.

3. I vow that I shall grant by means of boundless wisdom, all beings with the inexhaustible things that they require, and relieving them from all pains and guilt resulting from materialistic desires. Although clothing, food, accommodation and transport are essentials, it should be utilised wisely as well. Besides self-consumption, the remaining should be generously shared with the community so that all could live harmoniously together.

4. I vow to lead those who have gone astray back to the path of righteousness. Let them be corrected and returned to the Buddha way for enlightenment.

5. I vow that I shall enable all sentient beings to observe precepts for spiritual purity and moral conduct. Should there be any relapse or violation, they shall be guided for repentance. Provided they truly regret their wrong-doings, and vow for a change with constant prayers and strong faith in the Buddha, they could receive the rays of forgiveness, recover their lost moral and purity.

6. I vow that all beings who are physically disabled or sick in all aspects be blessed with good health, both physically and mentally. All who pays homage to Buddha faithfully will be blessed.

7. I vow to relieve all pain and poverty of the very sick and poor. The sick be cured, the helpless be helped, the poor be assisted.

8. I vow to help women who are undergoing sufferings and tortures and seeking for transformation into men. By hearing my name, paying homage and praying, their wishes would be granted and ultimately attain Buddhahood.

9. I vow to free all beings from evil thoughts and its control. I shall lead them onto the path of light through inculcating them with righteousness and honour so that they will walk the Buddha way.

10. I vow to save prisoners who have genuinely repented and victims of natural disasters. Those who are sincere will be blessed by my supreme powers and be freed from sufferings.

11. I vow to save those who suffer from starvation and those who committed crime to obtain food. If they hear my name and faithfully cherish it, I shall lead them to the advantages of Dharma and favour them with best food and eventually lead a tranquil and happy life.

12. I vow to save those who suffer from poverty, tormented by mosquitoes and wasps day and night. If they come across my name, cherish it with sincerity and practise dharma to strengthen their merits, they will be able to achieve their wishes.

The Lord Master of Healing is also known as the Medicine Master Buddha Who Dispels Calamities and Lengthens Life.

More and more devotees are reciting his dharani, seeking the blessings and compassion of the Medicine Master Buddha to help dispel their karmic obstacles, to free them from sufferings, illnesses and afflictions, and consequently lengthening their lives - hence this is A Mystic Formula for Dispelling Disease and Suffering.

Extracted from The Sutra of the Master of Healing.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Stab yourself to show your faith????

Dear readers,

It is time to share on supernature stuff again....Recently, I find that this universe really have a lot of things which are beyond words and science to proof it. Well, I have find a video and it shows devotees stab themselves to proof their faith to their god which they believe and they are unhurt!!!!

I try not to embed the video in my blog as some readers might have slow internet connection.
Below is the link:

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Saturday, September 6, 2008

Common question ask on the amulets

It have been some time since I have been selling online.Today I will share common question ask by people. Enjoy!

Question: why are you selling amulets and where you get from?

I have very deep interest in all these thai magic and amulets. I have interest since the age of 14.The 1st amulet I get is LP thuat. Until now, I have very deep respect to this very compassion master.I have been getting amulets from shops in singapore at that time...After getting so many amulets, In still feel unsatisfied. I still feel something is lacking.Then i decided to explore Thailand with the help of my thai friends at my work place.WOW!!!!! It is so different!!!! After talking to the master,i feel that actually I learn more and when they share on the process of making amulet and how to use the amulet correctly, I feel so happy.Finally, I know very well of the amulets what I am wearing!!!! Then I start to think, maybe I can take back some of these amulets to singapore to list in ebay and create a blog to share the knowledge with all the people around the world!!!This is how I slowly build my blog and my ebay store. Until now, I still have very deep interest in thai magic, every night, I have been surfing the net, writing down good information and show it out in my blog. Until now, I never stop get good knowledge and good amulets from good and reliable collector or disciple of the temple/monk.
Below is the useful link which I list in the past:

Question: There are a lot of fake amulets in the market, I am worry.

Until now, I am offering a full lifetime warranty to all the amulets I am selling. Anytime, any day,any year, you can contact me on the genuine of the amulets.If the amulets are fake or the temple or master do not admit this amulet is from them, i will give you full refund + shipping. I know a lot of people are scared because in eBay, there is a reputation that a lot of seller are selling fake amulets and a lot of dealer are giving negative comment on other dealer.I feel very sad, because we are dealing with holy item, yet they are doing such a negative action.To me, i am not worry at all...As long as i am selling genuine amulets, I need no worry.If a buyer have no faith in my amulet, then I will treat it as him/her no fate with me. I will not pursue them to get from me. I heard of a story, from the thai about this pure practise master. To protect further misunderstanding, I will not disclose the name of the master.This master practise very well in compassion, and help a lot of people. Soon,he become very famous..As a result, he bring jealous from other people.So those people who are jealous of him try to harm him..They hired girls wearing sexy attire to visit him many times and try to spread rumour that this master is having affair with the girl.As a result, this master is being kick out from the temple, shun by the village people and disrobe.This master did not complain a single word, he continue to wear white everyday, practise his precept and continue his practise.Soon, those people who try to harm him, strange thing happen to by one die by accident or die of strange illness....I always keep this story by my heart to remind myself the law of karma.

Question: You mention you get some amulets from collector/disciple of the temple/monk , why you did not get from temple personally?

Well, if the temple produce 99 piece of that amulets, and it is being blessed many years ago.Do you think you can still get it? sometime, the 99 piece can be on the hand of the disciple of the monk or being buy out by collectors!!!
I am more worry the genuine of the amulets than anyone because I do not want to waste my money and time.
So, if the collector/disciple of the temple/monk unable to provide strong evidence to prove the genuine of the amulets, i will not get from them and leave.

Question: Can you read thai?

No, I cannot. The information Which i provide is from web, books(translate from friends in thai) and lastly, monks.

Question: Can i ask you on other amulets I buy from other people?

Sorry, I do not comment on other dealer amulets. The reason is very simple, in Thailand, there is over 1000 temple, over a few thousand monks, if i tell you i know all the amulet, I am lieing to you!!! So I do not comment on other dealer amulets. And if the dealer sell genuine amulet and I say wrongly and give you the wrong information, i will suffer from very bad karma from negative speech.
My focus: Get good amulets, promote good amulets.

Hopefully my blog has provide the readers helpful information and has benfit their life. I will try to provide good information in my blog.
I will not place any copy right in my blog. If there is anyone wish to extract any information, please feel free to do so. My information is meant to share with everyone.

Sunday, August 31, 2008

wealth baby spirit

This powerful baby wealth spirit was taken from a pregnant Cambodian lady who die in accident. She die on Saturday and buried on Tuesday. It is consider a very bad omen for such incident.

The process to make is finding a good time to offer raw prawn,white rice at the spirit house for permission. While entering the cemetery, the master chant.

When the helper lift up the mother body, the master took out his spiritual knife to press against the mother forehead to suppress the troubled soul to search for her son later. Then the master take out the baby.The skull of the baby is crashed into 5 types of auspicious powder used to make the amulet.

A very grand ceremony held to activate the life of the baby spirit. Offering like chicken soup, fish soup, prawn, pig head....

Special Ingredients used to make this amulet:

7 river sands
7 cemetery soil
7 different temple sand
powder from walking stick used to poke at corpse
powder get from the skull of the baby
Tree where ghost stay

The powder is hand press and make into shapes of baby foetus.....

After the shape of the amulet is done, food are also offered to the 5 matters like earth, water...

After which,
grand prayers are chanted over and over again to give the baby wealth spirit 32 full body function and activate the organs from head to toe and toe to head...

I would like to make use of this opportunity to thank Master Punkee for revealing the secret of making baby spirit.

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Friday, August 15, 2008

Good mantra to chant everday

Today, i am going to share a very important mantra for anyone to chant everyday for protection.

This mantra is found by Luang Phor Parn. Great master found the hidden mystery of Yant Grao paetch (Diamond Armour Yant/Kata) - Consisting of The Kata Ithibisoe 8 Tidt (Eight Directional Mantra) –

This chanting is very important.

Without Yant Grao Paetch it would be impossible for many other Yant to exist, due to the fact that many other Yant contain the same Kata (Mantra) inserted within their structure.

Luang Phor Parn found this great Kata as he was meditating and a Yaan (or Yana in Pali Panskrit), meaning supernatural sense,occured in his meditation.It told him that there was a special magical metal template hidden within the main Chedi of Wat Phra Sri Ratana Maha Taath, Suphanburi province, waiting for him to discover. Not long after that he reached the Chedi and found a ancient silver template engraved with the Kata of Yant Graopaetch. The template had a message explaining that the person who found it shall be a great Master, and that Heaven had defined who should find it. The Template also describes that one who recites this Kata everyday shall have his body covered with a Diamond Armour and will be protected from all dangers, he shall never be able to be destroyed by his enemies. In addition, the enemy will be destroyed through a strange phenomenon because of the reflective result from the magic Diamond Armour.

Below is the great mantra:

I Ra Sha Kha Ta Ra Sa
Ti Hang Ja To Lo Dhi Nang
Pi Sam Ra Lo Pu Sat Budh
So Ma Na Ka Ris Dha Dho
Bha Sam Sam Wi Sa Dhe Bha
Kha Budh Pan Dhu Dham Wa Kha
Wa Dho No A Ma Ma Wa
A Wish Su Nus Sa Nut Ti

Below consist of other powerful and important mantra in thai magic.

In thai magic, they also have a amulet which consist of all mantra combine into a amulet.
This special amulet is call 108 or king of takrut. All small or short mantra are generate from this mantra 108. So by wearing it, you are the almost the same as wearing others and it can be used to be pray for anything thing, example luck, against spirit, protection..etc....

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Friday, August 1, 2008

Chinese hungry ghost festival

Today i am going to write about on super nature again. Do ghost really exist?
In thai magic, yes. They believe. The chinese believe too. Today, i am going to talk about ghost and the festival about them.

Chinese has a rich background of myths, folklore, superstitions, festivals and celebrations.

On the Chinese or Lunar 7th month, the Hungry Ghost Festival is one where literally all hell breaks lose as the gates of hell will open to let out the 'hungry ghosts' to earth. Find out what needs to done to appease them!

How is the festival celebrated?
Another belief among the Chinese is that the dead return to visit their living relatives during the 7th month and thus the living family would prepare a sumptuous meal for the ‘hungry ghosts’. The Chinese feel that they have to satisfy the ghosts in order to get good fortune and luck in their lives.

During the 7th month celebrations, the Chinese offer prayers to the deceased relatives, burn joss sticks, paper money and offer food. In Singapore and Malaysia, it is a common sight to see entertaining ‘ wayang’ or Chinese Opera and concerts performed on outdoor stages in some neighborhoods. These events are always held at night and are loud affairs with singing, operas, dances all performed at super high volume. There is a belief that this loud entertainment would attract and please those wandering ghosts. The entire show may be filled with living audience but take note that the front row seats are always left empty for... you guess it, the unseen ghosts! Woe to the ignorant who take up the coveted front seats during the show!

Superstitious belief for the hungry ghost festival
An interesting superstition that the Chinese have about the festival is that it is bad to go swimming during the 7th month. They think that an evil ghost might cause you to drown in the swimming pool. In addition to
this, children are also advised to return home early and not to wander around alone at night. This belief is that the wandering ghosts may possess children. Thus, it is not surprising that swimming pools, beaches, shopping malls, cinemas, bowling alleys, parks and other public places will suffer a big dip in customers during this month. This is also a month considered not auspicious to get married, start a business, move house or even to travel. Plane, bus tickets and hotel rates tend to be at their lowest peak during this month!

Offerings to the Dead
The Chinese also do a lot of offerings to the deceased. These offerings are made by burning fake money notes, which are also known as ‘hell money’ and even paper television or radio sets. Some families also burn paper houses & cars to give to their dead relatives. The Chinese feel that these offerings reach the ghosts and help them live comfortably in their new world.

The Chinese regard the 15th day of the 7th Lunar month as an important date to give a feast to the ghosts. On this date, the family will cook a lot of dishes and offer them to the deceased. This is done to please the ghosts and also to gain good luck for the family. 15 days after the feast, the festival will be over, as the Chinese believe that the ghostswill return back to where they come from after a month of 'merry-making'.

That is.... until the next Lunar 7th month.

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Friday, July 25, 2008

Save a life!!!!!

Recently, during the trip to Kubra Noi temple, I saw a new paper article being post on the temple notice board. It mention on how kubra noi powerful amulet mange to save a life from accident!!!! In addition, the temple also give out a booklet teaching people how and what to chant in our daily life to increase our luck and stay protected from harm. Od coufse, all these will be more effective with the doing of good deeds.

Kubra noi love to tell his devotes, think good, speak good, do good.

Below are the photo of a true incident of amulet Ka sa thong bless by kubra noi saving a man life!

Booklet given by kubra noi

Kubra noi Ka sa thong

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Saturday, June 21, 2008

Using bowl for healing??????

Amulets are being created by masters to help us to move on in our daily life. The amulets mainly help us in our career, love life, relationship with peoples and lastly, with the help of it, we can contribute better to the world or people who need our help.
Beside amulets, I am also very interested in Reiki, energies, and healing. All theses are very important to us because health is wealth. And nowadays, although the doctors and researchers claim that the medicine are in a very advance level, but the health and mind of nowadays people are weaker compare to the people in the past due to stress and other factors.
Well, to cut the story short, today i will share a article about healing.
This healer uses bowls to heal. Interesting?
Read on:

WINFRIED Rode is an interesting individual. When you meet him, the 58-year old will strike you as some sort of David Carradine wannabe (remember Kung Fu: The Legend Continues?). His long greying hair is tied in a ponytail and he’s dressed in the robes of a Tibetan monk.


His weapon of choice, however, is neither the kung fu kick or the fortune cookie philosophy. Rode is a practitioner of the ancient art of using Tibetan bowls for healing and the self-styled “Tibetan singing bowl master” was in town earlier this month to conduct a series of therapy sessions at The Spa at the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Kuala Lumpur. n an interview, I learn about the life of this fascinating man who is now making a living reviving a little known art that was practised by ancient Tibetan Buddhists. “I was a German hippie who left my native town of Dortmund to search for something in the mid 1970s,” he recalls, with a pronounced stutter. “I had studied Classical Greek and Roman philosophy in search of answers, but like many of my generation, my search led to India, and eventually I met a group of Tibetan exiles in Dharamsala.”

“There were many monks studying under the Dalai Lama, whom I eventually met, and became a disciple of. I knew that I had experienced healing when I met the monks, and that my search had ended.

“There was a lot of unhappiness in my childhood and young adulthood partly because of my speech impediment, but finally through karmic intent I found my home. In the late (19)70s I became a Buddhist monk.”

However Rode’s interesting life journey had a few more interesting twists to take. He left the monkhood in the early 1980s and married a German doctor working in India.

The couple, who separated five years ago, have two children (one of whom has followed in Rode’s footsteps by becoming a monk) and two grandchildren.

In the early 1990s, Rode found himself a singing bowl teacher in Nepal and after years of studying the ancient art, he became a fulltime practitioner in 2002.

While Rode does find it hard transporting his arsenal of bowls (he uses about a dozen bowls for each healing session), he now juggles his time between his base in Koh Samui, Thailand, and a home in Landsberg, Germany. Amazingly, he is also a seasonal theatre director in Germany!

“I don’t see a conflict between the various aspects of my life,’’ he says. “I now travel a lot with my work as a therapist, and I basically see it as my life’s work to bring people inner peace.”

Although what Rode practises may be centuries old, but surely there are some who dismiss it as mumbo-jumbo?

“Yes some call me a crazy yogi, but I believe that sound and light are universal. There are scientific explanations for why certain frequencies (emitted by the different bowls) provoke a better reaction in some people.

“The racing of the pulse, the perception of a colour ... this is all scientific information that enables me to make a diagnosis.”

“Besides there have been so many positive responses to my therapy that I don’t question the value of it.”

So what does a healing session involve?

Rode asked me to first allow myself to be blindfolded and then lie face down on a table in the Spa. He doesn’t speak much but his voice is soothing. He then strikes a series of metal bowls of different shapes and timbres while focussing on certain parts of my body and asking me to visualise a coloured ball of light.

According to Rode, these bowls, which are made of seven precious metals (including iron, lead, silver, gold, mercury and copper) have different frequencies that resonate with certain points of our body. The Buddhist Tantric system teaches that there are five chakras (energy points) in the body.

The first is located near the pubic bone and this correlates to the colour green and has a positive quality of generosity and a negative emotion of greed; the second lies 3cm below the navel and correlates to the colour orange and has a positive quality of wisdom and a negative emotion of ignorance; the third is the heart which correlates to the colour blue and has a positive quality of loving kindness and a negative emotion of jealousy and anger; the fourth is at the throat and correlates to the colour red and has a positive quality of peace and humility and a negative emotion of pride.

The last is the crown (top of the skull) which correlates to the colour white and has a positive quality of compassion and a negative emotion of distraction and desire.

By Rode’s reading, my inability to picture green and white indicated confusion which arose out of greed. I apparently also responded very stiffly to the treatment, leading him to deem me among the top 10% of patients he has treated who lead stressful and cluttered lives.

He also said that I had a good heart, but was now caught in a situation where I had to make judgements that were against my nature!

I must admit it felt rather surreal given some of my predicaments, and I was pondering how much of his “reading of my body” made sense, or if it was simply general enough to apply to anyone. Rode’s explanation that “bones are the best lie-detector” was rather eerie when he hit the nail on the head by saying I had sleeping problems since I was a child.

Rode’s final “solution” was that someone like me required at least three further sessions and had to be able to visualise a protective light blue colouring. Apparently, my life would be a lot easier if I listened to classical music in D minor!

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Saturday, June 7, 2008

Titles of monk in Thailand

I realise that a lot of people still confused about the titles of monks in thailand. Today, i shall share about information about it, hopefully can clear the doubt of devotes.

Senior monks, Abbot - Luang Pho (Pho/Por = father)
Junior monks - Luang Pee (Pee/ Phi = older brother)
Elderly monk - Luang Puu (Puu/ Phu = paternal grandfather)
Some monks also have the title of Ajarn (a very respectful title for a teacher)

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Friday, May 30, 2008


There are many ways where get blessing from masters. Today, i will introduce one of the unique and rare methods which are being used.
Below is the article which describe the the method which i am introducing:

There is a popular display now on a seven-year world tour -- a display of relics, physical remains, it is said, of the Buddha and other great Buddhist teachers. The tradition is that when a spiritually pure Buddhist master is cremated, his remains can include not only bone fragments but tiny pearl-like beads, called ringsel, which are believed to emit spiritual power and even to multiply. In Washington, we talked about these mysteries with Victoria Ewart, the manager of the Heart Shrine Relic Tour.

(The Heart Shrine Relic Tour): These relics have come from masters around the world, starting with the Buddha and other Buddhist practitioners after his time. And the relics are produced because the master has spiritual realizations. So when the body is cremated, then these ringsel -- relics -- are found among the ashes.

So this means that when the Buddha was cremated two and a half thousand years ago, these relics were left behind. So they're not pieces of bones. They're actually manifestations of the realizations of the Buddha and other masters. And the idea is that, when you come into contact with these ringsel, you automatically create happiness, or virtue, because of the power of the holy object

The ringsel multiply, given the right conditions. You can see from the photograph, which was taken in June 2001. And a month later, I looked inside the container, and I saw that there were three very small new relics there. So that means it's an interactive process.

So often people say to me, "How do you know that these relics are real? You know, how can you tell these come from the Buddha?" And the answer is that we don't. But we do have a tradition of these relics being passed down from master to student. And we ask the master in the temple -- whether he's Vietnamese, Chinese, Tibetan, whatever -- we ask him or her to bless each person that wishes to receive a blessing. They come forward, they make a bow, and then they receive the blessing.

He will place the relics on top of the crown of your head. And the reason that he does that is there is actually a physical energetic effect of being blessed on top of the head. It is said to be a healing or a purification of your own body.

The purpose of the Heart Shrine Relic Tour is to bring people into their heart. So by coming into contact with the relics, we are inspired to feel the quality of lovingkindness. Even people who aren't Buddhists, they cry or they have moving experiences or they have a vision. Regardless of any labels of "Buddhism" or "Buddha," people are responding all over.

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Thursday, May 22, 2008

Ghost and spirits in thailand

spirits and ghosts live almost everywhere in Thailand. Most large trees are said to have a ghost or spirit living inside of it and old trees are held in particular respect. The favourite place for female ghosts to live is in a banana grove. There are many species of banana plants in Thailand, but a 'tani' banana grove is the preferred haunting place.

Seen and unseen forces operate in daily Thai life. Flowers, incense, or food is placed in front of shops, on the bows of boats, in front of buddhist icons and spirit houses. Brightly-coloured ribbon is wrapped around trees or other objects. These are all offerings to the spirits that reside there. A cement pole near my house receives many gifts. There have been too many accidents at this pole and local residents are trying to placate its bad spirit. Keep your eyes open for these offerings when in Thailand and you will be amazed at how many you see.

When I told my Thai girlfriend at work I was writing about ghost and spirits she exclaimed, "Oh! Even when you just say the word 'ghost' the hair on my arm stands straight up! Look!" Indeed, every hair on her arm was in the vertical position.

Most Thais wear one amulet or more. Amulets are medallions that both men and women wear around their necks and which they believe will protect them from harm or provide them with other forms of assistance. A monk might tell you that the amulet is worn only as a reminder of
buddha Teachings, not for protection Different amulets have different powers. Some help the wearer attract women while others offer protection against weapons. All amulets offer well-being to the wearer and help keep bad spirits away. Most amulets are given away at temples but there are some amulets which, for a variety of reasons, become very expensive over time. The reasons for this can range from simple popularity to the belief that certain amulets have very strong powers.

There are many tattooed men. Tattoos are often religious passages or religious symbols that offer protection to the wearer. The more superstitious the person, the more tattoos they are apt to have. The properties of tattoos are believed to be similar to those of amulets in the sense that they can offer protection from harm and can been seen as attractive. Tattoos have more recently become modern fashion for some of the men and women who wear them.

'Yan' is the drawing of religious mystical symbols to protect the area from ghosts and bad spirits. Most automobiles, taxis, and busses are adorned with 'yan' and amulets to ensure safe trips. 'Yan' is also painted on the doors of houses to keep unwanted and unseen visitors outside.

Antiques are something that foreigners constantly seek out in Thailand. I have discovered that very often, Thai people absolutely do not want to possess objects that belong to a deceased person for fear of having the previous owner's ghost attached to the object. "Oh! Look at that beautiful desk! It would look wonderful in my living room!" my friend exclaimed at an antique shop to her Thai companion. "I would never buy that," he answered. "I would think of the person who had to work at that desk everyday. I would wonder if they were happy then and if they are happy now."

Asking around about ghosts provided the stories that follow.

Puthamonton is a town famous for its haunted bamboo grove. This bamboo grove is on the grounds of the Buddha Park so many monks reside and meditate there. Recently a novice monk became possessed by a ghost and was exorcised by other monks. Reports in Thai newspapers make this common knowledge to most people.

Supanburi is the home to a famous Thai country music singer Phum Phuang who died about eight years ago. When the villagers saw her ghost walking around they decided to build a shrine for her. This shrine now draws hundreds of people who try to receive winning lottery numbers from the deceased.

A cup filled with bamboo sticks with numbers written on them is shaken until a lucky stick falls to the ground. As the Thai national lottery occurs on the 1st and 16th of every month, this shrine is quite active in the days before the drawing. Pictures of this event were recently on the front page of a local Thai newspaper.

Fortune-tellers, mediums, and psychics get a lot of business in Thailand. They are not only consulted for winning lottery numbers, but also auspicious dates on which to conduct an event, or for advice in general life and love decisions.

A young couple who lived north of Ayutthaya recently committed suicide by hanging themselves. The woman was six months pregnant. A letter from the wife requested that the couple be cremated together. When the family tried to arrange this, two local temples refused to do so. Everyone was terrified that the couple would rise from the dead. They feared it was the ghost of Naan Naak returning again. A surgeon was called in and the baby was removed from the mother before the cremation could take place.

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Saturday, May 17, 2008

The benefit of having a calm mind

Many people go for medication when they are undergo stress or go for drugs when they are done. They backstab each other at work and doing illegal stuff to get rich. If you have been reading my blog, i always like to introduce good and effective methods and ways to improve life. Amulets are 1 of them. Today, i am going to introduce another method which will bring much benefit to you, as the same, great genuine and powerful amulets bring to mankind. I always like to show REAL example on how the methods i am suggesting to people are genuine effective. Now, without fail again, i will show real story on how this method, which i am introducing today, on how much this method benefit this person.

The powerful and effective which will benefit us in our life is meditation.
what!!! People will ask, are you sure meditation will help us in life????
Well, maybe you would like to read up the real life story below:

Tiger Woods on being a dad and Buddhism

Los Angeles, USA -- Golf is famed as a frustrating sport but world number one Tiger Woods has found striking the right balance between family and work to be every bit as challenging.

"It is frustrating," Woods told Reuters in an interview.

"This morning Sam was crying when I left. That is only going to get harder, especially when they start talking, when they get in school," he said, adding that golfers find it particularly tough to carry out their roles as fathers.

"A lot of guys, early on in their child's development, try to take them on the road with them so they can be a part of that development - but once they are in school it is a whole different story then," he said.

While winning seven tournaments in succession through a six-month unbeaten streak, Woods has also been changing his daily routine to allow him the maximum possible time with his daughter Sam and Swedish wife Elin.

"I try and get my workouts in before Sam or Elin gets up, I go to the gym really early in the morning and get my lifting in and get my cardio done and come back and have breakfast with them.

"Then maybe a little walk and then right when Sam takes a nap I can go out and practice. I don't want to miss anything, she changes every day," he says.

Woods relishes talking about his daughter but confesses he has been surprised by fatherhood.

"I never thought that I would feel this way. You hear parents say it all the time, but you really don't know until you actually go through it," he said.

"I can't imagine missing anything. When we go on the road we have Skype so I will talk to her and see her and...I don't know how guys did it in the past, technology certainly helps."

The challenge of organising his life, which also includes commercial commitments to sponsors such as Gillette, hasn't weakened his desire for a larger family.

"I want to be around as much as I can at home and especially since we are going to have more kids it is going to be even more difficult down the road," he says.

Missing from Woods's description of his daily routine is meditation - learnt from his Buddhist mother and one element of a religion that shapes much of his attitude to life.

"I practice meditation - that is something that I do, that my mum taught me over the years. We also have a thing we do every year, where we go to temple together," he said.

"In the Buddhist religion you have to work for it yourself, internally, in order to achieve anything in life and set up the next life. It is all about what you do and you get out of it what you put into it.

"So you are going to have to work your butt off in every aspect of your life.

"That is one of the things that people see in what I do on the golf course but that is just one small facet of my life - I am always continuing to work," said Woods who credits his late father Earl and Thai mother Kultida for his winning combination of aggression and control.

"If you look at my parents - my Dad was a former special forces, he was a pretty tough guy, very focused but I have to say the more competitive one was my mum," he added.

"You start talking to her and you will see where I get my fire and passion from - it is from my mum - I get my calmness from my Dad," he said.

There are no signs that his mother is about to let that passion cool - Woods said she remains animated when watching him play.

"She still lives and dies over every shot. I just say 'Mum, relax, I know what I am doing.' She says to me - 'you'll know what I am talking about when Sam gets older'"

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