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Away~for retreat
Posted On 20/02/2009

Will be going for a retreat in India….. will continue my consultations after I come back, so those who I still own “appointments”….pai say …..do wait for me patiently… As for those who is cultivating Ling, if you have encounter any problems in your cultivation, you can contact Jeff ya……..   TaTa~~~~~~~~

Ting~~~~Ting~~~~Ting~~的风玲....
Posted On 18/02/2009

wind chimes is one of the common tools I used to solve fengshui problem…for my client… Many do know that in 飞星风水,its use to ease 五黄煞....but in actual fact…it can b use in more ways..than that… Many was told that its not advisable to hang windchimes at hm cos it will attract spirit….well i do agreed..windchimes is not easy to use..as only certain areas it can be use..n it will produce great useful effect…for the house..   Suzanna..was an old client of mind..I did a FS consultation for her abt 1 plus yr ago…she was then married 8 yrs with no kids…the main reason she engage my service , is hoping i can use fengshui to help her… Helping ppl to get pregnant by means of fengshui was all along my forte…cos i think it gt to do with my KMT practise ages ago…. for suzanna, I used windchimes as a fengshui tools to help her..and 3 months after my visit, she was preganant… the called and thank me..n i remembered clearly…i reminded her not to remove the fengling unless she is moving away, if not keep it there till her kid turn 7…… called me recently..her kid was in ICU…as its intestine was inflammation.. i went to her house..n realise the windchimes was gone..i ask her abt it..she told me the nanny found the feng ling eeriee and requested to remove it…so they remove it….i shouted at her..didnt i remind her not to….she say, she forgot….. i did a scan for the baby..thats it….a irrespondsible mother hv sent her kid to doom…………….its too late to replace the feng ling..   i had jus finish folding a lotus using 往生纸....for the kid cos the kid will pass away in 3 days time..n i wun be in sg….hope this lotus will be able to sent it to pureland…

无常………..
Posted On 13/02/2009

well….as a buddhist as a cultivator…we all should understand and accept…无常…nothing is permenant….. well..jus exp another 无常 today….a usual…cultivation place..is no longer available…hv been anticipating this day…and it come without warning… its also a common problem for many cultivator….a common 障碍…. if not a 场,a cultivation place…then it will be the   >侣, the cultivation companions…its never easy to hv people with the same mindset cultivation together.. >道,the way of cultivation…..its never easy to find a way of cultivation that suit u >师,your mentor…..its never easy to gt a mentor..   cultivation..is expected to be full of challenges and obstacles.. only when u can pass them 1 by 1..then u will be able to hv good relization…….. 修行……………………….修心…………行道……….. erm….i really like this obstacle…cos i sense that its triggering me….. yeah!………..

sera jey monastery
Posted On 10/02/2009

http://www.serajeymonastery.org/     Sera was founded in 1419, by Jamchen Chojey (Sakya Yeshe), a disciple of Tsong Khapa. Like the Drepung and Ganden monasteries, it had several colleges: Sera Mey Dratsang, built in 1419, gave basic instruction to the monks. Sera Jey Dratsang, built in 1435, was the largest, and was reserved for wandering monks, especially Mongol monks. Ngagpa Dratsang, built in 1559, was a school for the teaching of the Gelukpa tantras. Sera housed more than 5,000 monks in 1959. Although badly damaged following the invasion of Tibet and the Cultural Revolution, it is still standing and has been largely repaired. In 2008, it housed 550 Buddhist monks, but the number dropped to only a handful after the 2008 Tibetan unrest. [2]. After the Chinese invasion of Tibet and the destruction of the majority of the monasteries in Tibet, Sera monastery was re-formed in Bylakuppe, India, near Mysore. Because none of the monks of the Ngagpa Dratsang (Tantric College) survived the invasion[3], only the Sera Mey College and Sera Jey College were re-formed in India.[4] Graduates of Sera Jey College who are known in the West include:

  • Geshe Lhundub Sopa, professor emeritus at the University of Wisconsin, Madison
  • Geshe Rabten, an eminent monk who directed Tharpa Chloing Buddhist Center in Mont Pelerin, Switzerland
  • Lama Thubten Yeshe, founder of the Foundation for the Preservation of the Mahayana Tradition (FPTM)
  • Geshe Kelsang Gyatso, founder of the New Kadampa Tradition
  • Lama Thubten Zopa Rinpoche, a student of Lama Yeshe and presently director of FPMT

Graduates of Sera Mey college who are known in the west include:

路過天堂
Posted On 04/02/2009

西藏老人阿姆丹在哲蚌寺裡,推著轉經輪,口裡念著佛號,儼然已知自己將不久於人世。他決定帶著愛犬再到草原散一次步。走著走著竟在他熟悉的草原上迷了路,走了一段路後,看見天光射下處有座大理石砌成的城堡,門前道路由金磚鋪就。「請問,這是那裡?」阿姆丹問道。「天堂。」看門人回答。「那一定有水喝吧?我們走了很遠的路。」「進來吧,我馬上給你水。」看門人緩慢地推開大門。「我的朋友可以一起進來嗎?」阿姆丹指著狗問。「對不起,我們這裡不允許寵物進入。」阿姆丹沉默了一會兒,想到狗多年來的忠誠,不能就這樣扔下牠。他謝過看門人,帶著狗繼續前。

不久,阿姆丹看見一間破屋,裡頭還有個婆婆。「請問,妳這有水喝嗎?」「那邊有水龍頭,你可以喝個痛快。」婆婆說。「我的朋友可以進去嗎?」阿姆丹指著狗問。「歡迎你們喝!這裡簡陋卻是天堂。」婆婆說。「不對呀?我們剛剛路過天堂。」阿姆丹說。「告訴你吧,那是地獄!」「他們先把關,替我們把那些為了利益而捨棄良心和原則的人都挑走了。」

人生,是一個存在的過程。是一個不以生為始,不以死為終的過程。考驗我們的不是生死,是那個漫長的過程。過程中,你如何待人處事,卻深深影響終點。