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Week 4 – A Journey To The Past (4/7)

In my previous blog posts, I talked about what I witnessed in my past-life-regression, in which I saw myself as a little girl who dressed like a maid with a white apron in a mansion. I left the mansion and saw a black classic car passing by, and then I met a paperboy. I followed him to the marketplace. On the way I saw a woman and a shoe repairman…

Here, my story continues:

A Shoe Repairman (An Old Man)
All of a sudden, I recognize this old man!! “Oh my God! It’s him!” I cry emotionally at the moment I know who he is. He is the shoe repairman, who had helped me when I was lost on the street when my father went into a store in my current life (this was happening in my current life, when I was 4 or 6 years old). He sent me to the police department and then got my parents to take me back home.

I get so emotional and I can’t stop crying. I can’t believe that he is the same shoe repairman who I’ve met both in my previous and current life. Although he looks so different but I know that is him! He is an old man and has got white hair and a pairs of big round eyes (previous life), and he was a middle-aged man with black hair in my current life (when I was at the age of 4 or 6)…

When I stop crying I learn that the old man is very lonely and sad because he has separated from his family. When I know more about him, I start to know a little bit about myself. I have got no parents and being left to somebody else in the mansion. I am so alone and feeling abandoned! The old man has got children, but his children left him as they grow up. He is also sad and feeling alone. I am his friend. Every time I come to buy goods in the city I would stop by and would spend some time talking with him. He likes people to listen to him, and I am a good listener. I say thank you to the old man for helping me when I was lost. I send him my love and gratitude. I am so grateful to him for being in my lives… (I can hardly express all my feeling in words. All I can say it is that the feeling is so magical and spiritual.)

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(to be continued)

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Part 1 – Maid
Part 2 – A Black Classic Car
Part 3 – A Newspaper Delivery Boy (Paperboy)

Week 3 – A Journey To The Past (3/7)

In my previous blog posts, I talked about what I witnessed in my past life regression, in which I saw myself as a little girl who dressed like a maid with a white apron. I followed the pathway to the entrance gate of the house I was in, and then I saw a black classic car passing by.

Here, my story continues:

A Newspaper Delivery Boy (Paperboy)
At the fountain, I meet a boy (same age as me, 7 or 8). He is wearing a brown colored blouse and a waistcoat (also brown color) over the blouse. In his head, he is wearing a brown colored checkered pattern tweed flat cap. He looks very pretty and friendly. He has freckles on his cheeks and his skin color is white. He is standing in front of me. After a while, he is playing with me at the fountain. I don’t know who he is. I look at his foot then I see a pair of black leather shoes he is wearing is worn out. He has got many newspapers in his arm. He is a newspaper delivery boy…

He has to leave. He turns around and is walking in the direction to the city. Behind him, there is a short hair black and white dog of medium size following him on the road. The dog stares at me with a pair of red eyes, which makes me very scary. I decide to follow the boy to see where he is going. The boy doesn’t know that he is being followed but the dog knows that I’m following them. I come to a grey flat paved road or a bridge (for both pedestrian and automobile). When I look down to the right side, I see that underneath the paved road (or the bridge) it is a one-way traffic lane (5 to 8 lane traffic) with many cars traveling from one destination to another. As I continue to walk, I see a woman in a long black dress walking in my opposite direction. She is holding a white (ivory) colored parasol with lace and a long handle. I don’t know who she is. She passes me by…

I keep stalking the boy at a far distance. I walk pass the paved road (or the bridge) and now I come to a store with green small grids and small glasses. I stop stalking the boy because in front of me it is an old man with white hair sitting in front of the store. He is a shoe repairman.

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(to be continued)

Previous post:
Part 1 – Maid
Part 2 – A Black Classic Car

Week 2 – A Journey To The Past (2/7)

In my previous blog post, I talked about what I witnessed in my past life regression, in which I saw myself as a little girl with a white apron.

Here, my story continues:

A BLACK CLASSIC CAR
I walk to the entrance gate. It is a pair of black wrought iron gates, round at the top border. The gates open when I walk through them. Now, I’m standing outside the gates and in a glimpse, I see a black classic car passing by. It is a fully-closed body car with windows, four wheels, round and short at the rear. There is a man aged around 40 or 50 who is driving the car. Through the car window I can see that the steering wheel of the car is on the right, and the man has moustache, which is narrow and it is in the area between the nose and the upper lip. Moreover, he is wearing a black suit and a black hat. I don’t know who he is. I guess he is just someone who passes by. Before the car is driven away from me, I see numbers at the rear of the car, which are 1, 5, 0 and others two numbers I can’t see. After that, I walk closer to the fountain which is located at the one o’clock position of the iron gates.

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(to be continued)

Previous post:
Part 1 – Maid

Week 1 – A Journey To The Past (1/7)

Out of curiosity, I went through a past life regression experience, with a safe and trustworthy Master Hypnotist, Dr. Teoh, who is a certified member of The Newton Institute, Certified International Instructor, Hypnotherapist, LBL Spiritual Regression Hypnotherapist, Master Practitioner of NLP & Time Line Therapy.

I consider this is one of the most exciting alternative travel experiences that I’ve ever had!
Was it real memory from the past? Or was it simply fantasy or false memory? I don’t know. There’s so much out there beyond the grasp of our understanding. You may like to decide it by yourself after reading it. :)

At Kuala Lumpur, some day on August 2008.

This is what I witnessed under hypnosis:

My First Experience of a Past-Life Regression

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…I see myself walking down the stairs. When I reach to the bottom of the stairs, there is a door (it is opened and it is so bright) just in front of me. In my left arm, I’m holding a light brown color teddy bear with a heart shape on its stomach. I look at my foot and I see I am wearing a pairs of black leather shoes and a pairs of white socks. Then I look at my body I am wearing a brown colored dress with flower pattern and with lace at the bottom, and a white pinafore over my dress. Then, I use a third-person perspective looking at myself and I see I have got long curly brown hair with a red ribbon on my hair, round cheeks and I have got so many freckles on my face. I’m just a little girl aged 7 or 8 and my skin color is white. I slowly walk through the door and on the far left side, I see people (2, 3 or 4 female) preparing food or serving meal on one of the rectangular shape table (there are two wood tables parallel to each other) in a backyard of a big house. Right now I’m just standing here on the ground and scared to make any movement. The ground is covered with green grass; no flowers in the backyard. When I am encouraged by the hypnotherapist to walk around, I walk closer to the ladies and now they are standing here in front of me and looking at me (shift to first-person perspective). The one on the left is a fat old woman who is wearing a black colored dress with a white full-length apron and a white hat. The image I see is so clear and vivid. She has freckles on her cheeks, many wrinkles on her forehead and on her face as well. She looks very unfriendly and she is talking (to me?). I can’t hear anything at all except the warm voice of Dr. Teoh (the hypnotherapist). The other one on the right looks a lot younger, taller and nicer than the first woman, and she is wearing a brown colored dress also with a white full-length apron and a white hat. She also has freckles on her face. Both of them are maids, and all of a sudden, I think that I am also a maid because I dress like them…

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(to be continued)

Week 52 – Little Story About Macau (12/12)

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ST. LAWRENCE’S CHURCH

Built by the Jesuits in the mid-16th century, this is one of the three oldest churches in Macau. In the beginning, the church was just a wooden structure. The brick building was first built in 1801-1803 and was renovated throughout the 19th century.

The church is located on the southern coastline of Macau overlooking the sea, families of Portuguese sailors used to gather on the front steps of the church to pray and wait for their return, hence it was given the name: Feng Shun Tang (Hall of the Soothing Winds). The neighbourhood where the church is located used to be fairly wealthy, thus explaining the building’s scale and wealth of architectural treatment.

It is a neo-classical structure, with subtle Baroque decorative inspirations. The interior of the church is richly decorated as well, with ceiling painted turquoise with white and gold beams, from which hang elegant chandeliers. The high alter contains a figure of St. Lawrence in gorgeous vestments. Above him hangs a crown held by a cherub and behind is a stained glass window with a dove of peace.

You may like to visit this church on Sundays at 9:00 a.m., to attend the Sunday mass. Not every church in Macau has the same atmosphere and spirit you find in St. Lawrence’s Church. People who live in another district will also come to St. Lawerence’s Church to attend the mass on Sundays, as they find this place is more special than the others.

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Finally, I’ve reached the last post of 2013… :D

Week 51 – My Family Trip To Singapore

My family trip to Singapore: 2013 Nov 25~29

This year, we went to Singapore mostly for eat and sleep and for places in Singapore that we have never been to. :D
We have been to Chinatown district before, and used to visit Sri Mariamman Temple, which is the oldest Hindu Temple in Singapore, but never knew there is another great temple worth a visit, located not too far away from the Chinatown subway station.

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Buddha Tooth Relic Temple & Museum, located in the Chinatown district, at Bridge Road. The temple is based on the Tang dynasty architectural style and built to house the tooth relic of the historical Buddha, that is claimed that was found in 1980 inside a collapsed stupa in Myanmar.

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The temple is huge. At the front side of the temple, there is an office desk offers services including adoption of Buddhist ornaments, books, ancestral tablets and artifacts, public participation in Buddhist ceremonies, offerings of flowers and lights and sponsorship of vegetarian meals, etc.

The temple museum has four floors, and on the top of the temple are pagodas and pavilions along with a small garden and at the center is a pagoda housing an huge prayer wheel.

The fourth floor of the temple museum houses the Buddha tooth relic. The third floor is a Buddhist culture museum featuring artifacts and relating the events from the Buddha’s life, and a chamber containing “sariras”, relics from the Buddha, his disciplines and eminent monks. Around the second floor contains exhibition showing religious art, and the first floor contains a chamber for ancestral tablets, along with a wax museum exhibiting images of prominent foreign and native monks.

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The Buddha Tooth Relic Temple is really a nice place worth to visit. It is free entrance. Don’t miss out when you visit Chinatown district, and when you have chance to visit this temple, you may consider as well to offer some beautiful flower with candle light placed within a decorative glass, gold coins and meals as well.

On the following day, we went to visit Zhulin Temple Association. We took the longest route to get us to Bukit Gombak district. Zhulin Temple is located only 15 minutes away from the subway station. We should walked there, but that day was quite hot and sunny, so we took taxi to get us to the destination.

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There is a beautiful Giant Guan Yin (The Goddess of Mercy) at the center of the temple. This place doesn’t offer cloths for tourists or any other visitors to cover their foot or arms when they wear short pants or mini skirts. So, prepare yourself before visiting this temple, otherwise you are not welcomed to get inside the heart of the temple.

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In the afternoon, we visited Sultan Mosque. Located at Muscat Street and North Bridge Road within the Kampong Glam district. When Singapore was ceded to the British in 1819, Temenggong Abdul Rahman, the island’s chief, and Sultan Hussain Shah of Johore, under whose jurisdiction Singapore fell, acquired small fortunes in exchange for their power. Sir Stamford Raffles also granted the Temenggong and the Sultan an annual stipend and the use of Kampong Glam for their residence.

The area around Kampong Glam was also allocated for Malays and other Muslims. Hussain built a palace there and brought his family and a complete entourage from the Riau islands. Many of the Sultan’s and Temenggong’s followers came to Kampong Glam from the Riau Islands, Malacca and Sumatra.

After that, Sultan Hussain then decided to build a mosque befitting his status. He constructed a mosque next to his palace from 1824 to 1826 with funds solicited from the East India Company. With a two-tiered pyramidal roof, it was of a typical design. The original building was replaced with a new mosque.

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The next day, we went to Sentosa and visited the Aquarium in the morning, then got back to Bugis district visited some other Hindu and Chinese Temples.

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Week 50 – Instant Shot On The Street

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People are lining up for free newspapers.