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Wednesday, January 9, 2013
Taking Care Of Your Spiritual Friends
probably something very new to many of us. But this practice already prevails
for a very long time; especially true for many business men and women in the
East and West. So we are talking about keeping spirits to help up in business
and the most noticeable icon is the Datuk shrines we see everywhere in
Malaysia. The Javanese and Thai worship “kid spirits” and the Iban and Dayak
have their own version of guardian spirits. In the West, there are cultural
specific familiar spirits such as banshee, fairies or gargoyles.
do we go about to keep it safe while tapping the powers of our supernatural
friends? Below are some simple pointers that I had in my capacity in dealing
with these spirits:
the spirit at a quiet corner, or a separate room where no one will disturb it.
Prepare a tablet, a doll or something that will not attract attention.
the spirits with simple offerings such as incense, candles and tea/water daily.
If you are keeping ‘kids spirits’ such as kumantong or toyol; then offer them
biscuits and milk also twice daily. Also it is customary to offer clothing and
toys to the spirits.
spirits is a long term effort. Give them time to perform, some may take 3 to 5
years depending on the size of your business.
best businesses for harnessing the power of spirits are casinos, pubs and night
clubs where people drink and smoke a lot. This is because the more visitors to
the premises, the more energy the spirits will be able to absorb and hence they
are more powerful.
is no danger in keeping spirits in this way as spirits are everywhere whether
you keep them or otherwise. We are just providing a service or a place for them
to sit and stay.
you find that your business increases even with the smallest percentage, reward
them with more offerings.
to give them a good religious deliverance service once you are moving to
another location or you want to end the relationships. Please don’t throw them
away as if rubbish: as the saying goes, “all starts well, end well.”