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Saturday, December 1, 2012
Taking Care Of Your “Barang”
I am sure
many of you have one or two “barang” or small scared items such as Merah
Delima, Besi Kuning, Mustika Pearls, Leklai, etc. You must also be given
instructions as how to take care of your items by the seller. Okay in that case
just keep doing what you do best then. I just want to share my side of the
method of taking care of these “barang”:
the “barang” honey. You must make sure that you must use natural honey. On the
contrary to common belief that only leklai feeds on honey, honey actually bring
out the natural color of the “barang”.
put the “barang” on fresh flowers. This is especially true for pearls of centipede;
the pearls will change color if you do this consistently.
the “barang” with a few grains of raw rice. The rice serves as a present for
the watcher of the “barang”.
the “barang” with saffron. Saffron is also used to worship Buddha’s holy
If your “barang” is genuine, you will see your
“barang” change in color over time. My guru told me that only inanimate objects
do not change their color or their color fades over time. You will know it
whether it is an authentic item, “filling” item or a fake with the above
offering methods. But it would already be too late once you discovered that
your “barang” is a fake. So below are some of my personal experiences before
you make the purchase:
gift from spiritual world is normally small; it is seldom of gigantic size.
natural “barang” does not have sharp edges; it should not look as if it is dug
out or chisel out from rocks.
authentic natural “barang” should not be too shinnying and normally it only has
only one predominant color.
the texture of the “barang”, it should be smooth and continuous.
it is. For example, if the name is “leklai” that means “flow metal”, so you should observe
smooth flow patterns; or it is not called leklai.
to observe after you have purchased the “barang”:
natural “barang” comes with a spirit. Unfortunately you can only find out after
the purchase: strange lights, sounds or shadows in the place where you keep