* Dolito *

Her ability is a gift to all people and animals

Miss Li’s Cases: There Are Ups And Downs in Life

In Taiwan, instead of simply praying to God, many people turn to psychics to beg for help from God, and make wishes like what most people do in front of Brahma. They ask for substantial help besides mental peace.

A friend of Miss Li’s told her assistant how bad her situation had been before Miss Li went to Hong Kong earlier this month. Thinking of her friend’s situation made her a bit stressed and sad.

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Miss Li’s Cases: Owe No One

Some of you might not agree with the concept in this post. Others might agree, I don’t know. So for those who don’t feel the same way, please just see it as a little story and there’s no need to argue.

Earlier this month, Miss Li (Dolito) went to Bangkok, Thailand with a bunch of people, as usual. After they prayed to Brahma(Erawan Shrine), they moved to their next stop, “TRIMURTI SHRINE.” Trimurti Shrine is the God of Love, and people come here to pray for true love.

Below is the translation of Miss Li’s blog. I stands for Miss Li.

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Miss Li’s Cases: Orphan

‘Fate’ is really a mystical thing. People always say that fate can be changed. Yes it can, but still it’s there and what’s meant to happen will happen. It’s just that people can make different decisions to make a difference.

Below is the translation of Miss Li’s blog. I stands for Miss Li.

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Miss Li’s Cases: Head Buried In the Sand

In many cases, our Eastern Gods and Goddesses would tell people to recite mantra. I’m not really sure if you can understand the term clearly. To put it simply, reciting mantra refers to the act of repeating the words of God, and it’s said to be a way of praying. Also, people do it to feel peaceful. So reciting mantra is a very common act in Taiwan, in both Buddhism and Taoism.

However, much to my surprise, reciting mantra doesn’t always lead people to a better life. How come? Let’s see the story.

Below is the translation of Miss Li’s blog. I stands for Miss Li.

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Miss Li’s Cases: Always Be Grateful

(Below is the translation of Miss Li’s blog. I stands for Miss Li.)

I learned a lesson back when we went to Thailand in September. I was helping a young girl to communicate with Brahma, and I was deeply touched by the words of God(s).

This girl was a good girl; she’s sweet. But she kept changing jobs. She couldn’t find a job that can make her happy, so she was complaining.

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Miss Li’s Cases: Volunteer

Below is the translation of Miss Li’s blog. I stands for Miss Li.

A lady came to me, telling me that she was having a rough time. Her work had not been done well, and her job seemed to enter the low tide period. She was considering retirement; she wanted to quit.

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Guan-yin is ‘everywhere’

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Most of the time I find it hard to translate something religious because Eastern culture is just so different from Western one. But there are a lot of stories that deserve to be shared, that are touching and impressive, so I’m gonna try it anyway.

Among all Gods and Goddesses in Eastern culture, I believe Guan-yin is comparatively well-known to westerners. Guan-yin has the image of a kind and graceful woman. She is also called ‘Bodhisattvas‘ and both Buddhism and Taoism have her appearance.

In Taiwan, it’s very common to have a Guan-yin figure at home so we can pray to her without going to temples. So we can also say that Guan-yin is like our ‘guardian goddess.’ And Guan-yin follows and protects everyone that prays to her.

Below is the translation of Miss Li’s blog. I stands for Miss Li.

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Brahma the 4-faced Buddha: Meningitis

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You may not be a believer of His, but you sure have heard of Him — Brahma the 4-faced Buddha. Brahma is believed to be originated from India, but the most well-known city when it comes to Brahma is Bangkok in Thailand.

Miss Li (aka Miss Dolito) has been leading about 30 people to take a weekend trip to Thai and to pray to Brahma monthly since 2010. Brahma the 4-faced Buddha is known for His power to fulfill one’s wishes; He speaks through Miss Li to tell the believers where their problems lie in and helps them to solve the problems.

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Miss Li’s Cases: Respect to the Dead

I figure it might be interesting to share some cases that are not about pets. It is because Miss Li (a.k.a. Miss Dolito) doesn’t only communicate with animals, she’s been helping people since she was 15 after all. And I will sort this kind of articles as ‘Miss Li’s Cases,’ so that we can differentiate it from Dolito’s pets talk.

The connection to ‘the other world’ does have influences on our life. Though the concept of being ‘haunted’ is sometimes a little bit different from one culture to another, every culture has its myths and ghost stories. Now let me share with you a simple story that just happened not long ago.

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