My friend has a villa that he rents out, and a few days ago, he had a couple from the UK who were in their 70’s coming to stay. They had arrived in Phuket, disorientated by the long flight, the different time zones and the extreme change in weather.
Later in the evening, they were very flustered when they discovered that they had left their iPad, Kindle and a bunch of valuables in the taxi. My friend helped them to track down the taxi driver and they called him.
The taxi driver said, “Sorry, it’s not in my taxi.”
The couple thanked the txt driver graciously and apologised for for bothering him. At no time did they suspect the taxi driver of ‘stealing’ their things, though it was a very obvious thing to do.
My friend then drove the elderly couple to the airport and battled their way in, against the security, who would not let anyone who is not flying enter the airport. Finally, they found their way to the Lost & Found counter, and there the plastic bag was, with all the expensive items in there unstolen. It had just been left on the luggage trolley, and someone must have returned it rather than take it. The contents, even in the secondhand market, would be worth a few thousand Thai baht.
Quite amazing, really.
This reminds me of my friend who never locks the doors in her house, despite living in a town where crime is not uncommon and everyone is paranoid about security.
“I just believe my house will be safe,” she said guilelessly.
And indeed, our beliefs, and what we send out to the universe, create our reality.
Here’s a lovely protection mantra:
I often play this mantra and sometimes chant and meditate to it, a lovely relic from my training at School of Kundalini Yoga UK.
By chanting this mantra, you become surrounded by a field of white light of protection.
Aad Guray Nameh
Jugaad Guray Nameh
Sat Guray Nameh
Siri Guru Dayvay Nameh
I bow to the Primal Wisdom.
I bow to the Wisdom through the Ages.
I bow to the True Wisdom.
I bow to the great, unseen Wisdom
Sat Nam ❤