(Master Jun Hong Lu’s call-in radio program)
WHEN MANAGING WEALTH SERVICE, THE WEALTH MANGER’S KARMIC REWARDS ARE ACUTALLY DEPLETED
Caller: How are you, Master? A Buddhist friend feels that his relative is more apt at managing wealth than he is. For this reason, he gave all of his savings to this relative to manage on his behalf. My friend would like to know, if his relative accepts his money, but does not manage well, could the outcome be due to adverse effects caused by his own personal karmic obstacles? In essence, could his bad karma cause his relative to underperform when compared to previous? Do you think this hypothesis is valid?
Master Jun Hong Lu: This is not possible. What is relevant in this situation is the karmic rewards of the person responsible for managing the wealth.
Caller: I see. So, this scenario relates to a person’s karmic rewards?
Master Jun Hong Lu: That’s right. This is like ‘borrowing chicken to lay eggs’. You are ’borrowing’ the mind of someone with wealth management acumen, and thus paying them to manage your wealth for you. If there is consistent stream of profit, you will eventually get a return on your investment.
The fact of the matter is, the returns you gain has everything to do with wealth manager’s own karmic rewards. However, if you suddenly feel that they are no longer performing well, and wonder if it is your karma that is affecting him, that’s not the case. Rather, it is because the wealth manager has insufficient karmic rewards of their own. The best thing to do is to stop allowing them to manage your wealth. Generally speaking, one’s fortune changes every half to two years.
Caller: Oh, it has to do with the person doing the job?
Master Jun Hong Lu: That’s right. Each individual person embodies the transmigration of the Six Realms.
Caller: Alright. Thank you for answering my question Master.< About Fengshui and Metaphysics