Saturday, October 24, 2009

Lord Buddha and The Brahmin

Here is a bit of Buddhist philosophy which will reduce unnecessary conflicts, minor
unintentional or intentional transgression, provocation, misrepresentation,spreading of
falsehood, rumours and outright provocation and be at peace with yourself.
The fundamental is to be AWARE. If it is true accept it, if it is negative be aware and correct, if untrue ignore it.

Lord Buddha was sitting under a banyan tree. One day, a furious
Brahman came to him and started abusing him.

The Brahman thought that Lord Buddha would reciprocate in the
same manner, but to his utter surprise, there was not the slightest
change in the expression on his face.

Now, the Brahman became more furious. He hurled more and more
abuses at Buddha. However, Lord Buddha was completely unmoved.
Actually there was a look of compassion on his face. Ultimately the
Brahman was tired of abusing him.

He asked, "I have been abusing you, but why are you not angry at all ?"

Lord Buddha calmly replied, "My dear brother, I have not accepted a
single abuse from you."

"But you heard all of them, didn't you?" The Brahman argued

Buddha said, "I do not need the abuses, so why should I even hear them?"

Now the Brahman was even more puzzled. He could not understand the
calm reply from Lord Buddha.

Looking at his disturbed face, Buddha further explained, "All those
abuses remain with you."

"It cannot be possible. I have hurled all of them at you," the Brahmin

Buddha calmly repeated his reply, "But I have not accepted even a
single abuse from you ! Dear brother, suppose you give some coins to
somebody, and if he does not accept them, with whom will those coins

The Brahman replied, "If I have given the coins and not needed by
someone, then naturally they would remain with me."

With a meaningful smile on his face, Buddha said, "Now you are right.
The same has happened with your abuses. You came here and hurled
abuses at me, but I have not accepted a single abuse from you. Hence,
all those abuses remain with you only. So there is no reason to be angry
with you."

The Brahman remained speechless. He was ashamed of his behavior and
begged for Buddha's forgiveness.

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Sunday, October 11, 2009

Never be Poor

Today, i am going to introduce a lucky charm who is being worship by many Thais in Thailand:

Phra Ult pa ku.

Phra Ulu Pa Ku is believe to live under the water.

The reason why the head of this great saint is tilt 1 side because the sea level is below us and we are living above sea level.

So when we make wish to this Phra Ult pa ku, he will tilt his head to 1 side to look at us as and listen to our wish and grant our wish. It is consider 1 of the most famous lucky charm.

Furthermore, the Phra Ult pa ku has 1 hand is putting inside his bowel preparing to give us his blessing, like luck and wealth and which mean as long as we pray to him, we will receive his blessing for career and wealth and money.

I have speak to many friends who wear this amulet and very surprising, 1 of them tell me that "HE" has help him. So I ask him to tell me more as I am very anxious to know whether is this monk really so powerful as the Thais are crazy about him....

Then my friend say: well, that day after getting the amulet, his friend ask him whether want to join together to buy some lottery. So he was thinking why not? He has not been winning lottery for very long time. However, they do not know what number to buy, and 1 of his friend suggested to buy"4444". So they decided to buy this number and the number came out 1st prize!!!!

Another of my friend who get from me is out of job and heavily in debt. So I recommend this to him. The next day, he sent a short message to my HP to thank me. He say he has find a job but he did not managed to win any lottery. However, his wife win some lottery and the money his wife win managed to repay the debt he owed.

I am great that my amulets that i bring back from temple in Thailand are able to help people to tie over tough period especially this period when there are many people who are jobless and help. All these results are the effort of the great compassion of many unseen gods, unseen beings and great powers of masters.

Namo buddhya.

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Sunday, October 4, 2009

Cause more harm than help!!!

Life is not a bed of roses. But when problem, hopefully we can really receive beneficial help. But sadly, not all the time we will receive beneficial help.

Below is a sad story:

SURIN: Sometimes, a cure can be worse than the illness. This was certainly the case for one young man who went to the local temple to perform a ceremony to ward off bad luck, but ended up dying after drinking “blessed water” prepared by the temple abbot.

Twenty-three year old Bunyang Khreuaniam of Khwao Sinarin District on September 30 told his mother that had been warned by someone trained in the arts of black magic that he was in for some bad luck.

Concerned that some wayward spirits might target her son, she took him to Wat Beung Wang Nam Yen to see the abbot about performing a ceremony to ward off any potential misfortune.

The abbot, 56-year-old Luang Ta Yuan, told Mr Bunyang to go home and fast for two days without food or water, then come back for a ritual ceremony.

On October 2, Mr Bunyang duly returned to the temple with his mother, Pleun Khreuaniam, and three other relatives.

Luang Ta Yuan instructed Bunyang’s relatives to fetch some blessed water from the temple that he had prepared beforehand and pour it into a bat (monk’s bowl) and give it to Bunyang to drink.

Perhaps as a sign of its potency, after swallowing the elixir Bunyang promptly vomited. However, Luang Ta Yuan told him to keep drinking until he had downed, and brought back up, three whole bowlfuls.

After Bunyang was done with his cyclical consumption, abbot’s assistant Thiphon Khiandee, 56, brought a Krating Daeng (local version of Red Bull) bottle filled with oil and began to rub it on Bunyang’s body.

As she was rubbing him down, however, he began to spasm violently and lost consciousness.

Worried that something was awry, the onlookers called for help. But by the time help arrived, Bunyang was dead.

After questioning all parties, police took some of the blessed water for analysis. From sniffing the concoction, police said they could smell petrol but didn’t know what else the mixture contained.

Dr Wiriya Laobanthao said that Bunyang probably died from drinking too much of the water, but added that he would have to wait for the results of the autopsy before he could draw any firm conclusions.

Police said they had yet to charge any person with a crime.
Source: Thai Rath

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