Here you will find information about rituals of various schools in Asia and the world, ghost stories, martial arts and herbs etc. You are welcomed to enjoy the materials if they please you. I do not wish to endorse magic of any sorts. All materials are for entertainment purposes only.
Thursday, October 23, 2014
Practical Mantrayana In This Peril World (真言危机处理)
I was asked
if Mantrayana or Trantrism still has relevancy in today’s peril world?
is that Mantrayana is still has a place today!
In order to
find appropriate techniques to be fitted into our modern life style which is:
hectic, fast and high risks; we shall need to look on spiritual practices in
Ninjitsu (忍术). By now we
should know that Ninjitsu is not all about martial arts, Ninjas are also human;
what made them agile are their methods of concentrations:
standard Kujikiri (九字结)
is the standard method to achieve super concentration and to avert danger when
time is ample.
fast Kujikiri (快九字)
is the so-called quick way to stop violent behaviors or for achieving quick
actions in view of danger.
Marichi Dharani (摩利支天法)
practice of Marichi is highly recommended for anyone who travels a lot. I have
practiced Marichi Dharani for about 25 years and I was saved by someone in many
dangerous situations. One very interesting incident is that my hand was injured
in the middle of Indian Ocean and there was practically no way of finding ointment
until port call; suddenly a friend took out his back pain ointment and asked me
to rub his back. This was how my swollen hand was saved.
Acala/Fudo Myoo (不动明王法)
Acala is an important method in Japanese Mantrayana and Ninjitsu. The powers of
Acala will make ones opponent transfix or slow to react hence giving the
practitioner a split of a second chance to do miracles.
Fire Puja (火供)
is my opinion that fire ritual is also a very powerful method of avoiding
disasters. Every practitioner should at least have a pair of fire puja ladles
just in case of emergency. I perform fire puja extensively too to request for
serious illnesses to be cured and most of the time, my request was fulfilled.
It is a
little surprised to me that the Japanese Mantrayana rituals work better in
mundane affairs while the Tibetan rituals work best on deliverance matters and
in subduing of demonic forces. But there are only my experiences, perhaps one
should try and get his/her own feel to see which combinations work best for