MaNi Power Charms
The mind enjoys complexity, relishes solving mysteries, and wants the sense of accomplishment that comes with understanding. The mind wants a challenge.
Using Ma Ni Power does not require understanding, not is it a system relying on beliefs. All that's required is acknowledging results.
On the fourth Sunday of every month, the Hojushu Buddhists conduct an Enlightenment ceremony in Saga, Japan. This ceremony turns "on" Buddha Nature (Western reference: turns "on" prime matter, essence, soul, spirit, etc.). The two symbols on our charms are the ancient Sanskrit ideograms (MA) and (Ni) which translate as "Wish-Fulfilling Jewel" and represents "Buddha Nature". This Buddha Nature is in everything animate and and inanimate.
With its enlightened Buddha Nature, MaNi Power is like any other natural force and has innate power. The wind provides a cooling breeze and drives a sailboat; the flowing river provides silt for planting and irrigation for growing. Results occur through natural ability and harnessed ability.
The natural ability of MaNi Power is used for healing and the harnessed ability is used for advanced applications of wishing and discernment.
The charms are new.
The power is ancient.
For best results, placement of MaNi charms after a session on specific points will support the body with a desired outcome, highly recommended.