The Legend of War and is also known as the patron saint of police, Armed Forces and guardian deity for politicians and business leaders.
The image of Kuan Kung is at his most powerful when he is placed in the Northwest corner of your home. he is there to make sure there is peace and harmony for everyone in the home and protection for the Father (Patriarch).
Kuan Kung will help to make sure there is prosperity and luck for everyone. If protection is needed for the family make sure Kuan Kung is facing the main door to protect everyone from the bad energies.
First appeared in China with the coming of Buddhism. They are described as small with a swelling cape of dignity around its neck and billowing standard of pomp above its back. Their function is to protect and guard against evil and are often seen protecting buildings of great importance.
Temple lions symbolize great strength and great courage. When the male Lion is seen playing with a ball it signifies the moon pearl which symbolizes blessings and the ball represents the sun which is Yang. The female lion is seen with a cub lion under her foot and symbolizes protection.
Place near or opposite your front door on a small table to protect your home or office.
Goddess of Mercy [Kwam Yin] - Quan Yin (Lady Buddha) Quan Yin is believed to help with healing. When placed within a room she is said to cleanse the environment of negative influences (such as disruptive issues, illness and arguments).
Quan yin is the eternal protector of all woman and children. She also represents universal compassion and love she and is said to enhance fertility.
A small pendant can be worn that wishes the owner patience and courage.
Quan Yin is the Female Buddha who blesses all. She is the Goddess of Compassion, Mercy and Healing, Symbolizing a calming and clearing quality. Quan Yin is the energy of Yin (from Yin and Yang).
The Tiger is considered the king of the wild animals. It is seen as the natural symbol for royalty, power and fearlessness.
An image of the Tiger is believed to terrify and drive away evil demons.
In Feng Shui the Tiger is very important as its stripes denote an auspicious mixture of Yin and Yang.
Place an image of your Chinese zodiac animal in a prominent place in your home. There are twelve animals in the Chinese zodiac.
Your special animal serves as a protector and guide, bringing you good luck and happiness.
The Dragon is deemed the luckiest and most sacred figure in Chinese folklore. It reputedly has absolute power and symbolizes honor, power and all that is right.
Dragons enhance fame and career prospects and should be placed near adoor or window in order to guard your wealth and health.
When used as a pair they are a very powerful protection cure for your home or office.
It's eight sided shape represents the eight directions of life called "life stations".
Placed near the front door facing out a window, it protects the house from evil. Also placed in a strategic Feng Shui area to attract a quality like abundance, knowledge, food etc.
Have a sneaking suspicion that your other half has someone else in his/her life? Those late nights at work are not really spent laboring in front of the computer? Try keeping a Rooster of Fidelity at your main door! Many Feng Shui practitioners recommend placing an image of the Rooster when extra-marital affairs become a threat to the household.
The correct placement of the rooster is to place it at the main door looking
out. This is to enable the rooster to peck away all possible peach flowers, a Chinese term for romance and love. Hence you can be sure of heavenly luck protecting your home against such intruders.
The Bear (Vision and Leadership).
The Bear was one of the first animals to be revered by humans. In Celtic tradition the Bear was the Primal Mother, Artio and intense protector. The Druids associated the Polar Star of the constellation of the Bear to King Arthur. The Bear was the scared animal of Artermis in Greek mythology. To the Inuit the "Mother Bear" gives Shamans the ability to see into the spirit world. The power of the Bear teaches us to go within, in order to digest our experiences, and to seek knowledge through contemplation and experience. Wisdom comes through the stillness of contemplation.
The Elephant. (Strength and Spiritually).
The Elephant is a universal symbol of Strength, Wisdom, dignity and Good Judgement. In many cultures the Elephant is also a symbol of peace, bountiful harvest and rainfall. In China, Africa and India they see the Elephant as an ancient symbol of sovereign power. The Elephant was the mount of Indra, the Rain God. The ancient Greeks believed the Elephant to cure illness with its breath. A White Elephant announces the birth of Buddha to his mother, Queen Maya. Aristotle called the Elephant "The beast that passeth all others in wit and mind".
The Lion. (Nobility and Courage).
In ancient Egypt the prowess and greatness of the Female Lion was recognised and worshipped as Sekhmet, the Sun Goddess, a powerful Lioness deity. In size, strength, co-operative hunting and sheer power, no member of the cat clan can match the Lion. Invoke the totem of the Lion for strength, vigour, courage, luck, nobleness of spirit, medicine power and prosperity. The Lion is sacred to Buddhism as an emblem of valour and energy and is sometimes depicted offering flowers to Buddha. Sculptures of Lions are often seen at the gates of temples, homes and tombs as a symbol of scaring away demons.
The Rhino. (Durability, Fertility and Protection).
In Indian classics the great god Vishnu rods on the back of a Rhinoceros. In Africa lore the Rhinoceros is a symbol of virility and vigour. It is personified as a spirited warrior endowed with an abundance of strength and tenacity. In Yemen, dagger handles were fashioned from the horn of the Black Rhino to enhance a warrior's strength and power to battle. Statue of a double horned Rhino is used at the entrance of homes to represent warding off evil and trouble.
The Tiger. (Judgment, Skill and Protector of Souls).
Tigers are solitary creatures, living alone until it is time to breed. In ancient times the Tiger obtained the imagery of a supernatural power and also as the mount of Durga, the "Inaccessible One" who rode a Tiger into battle. Stone Tigers are often used seen protecting graves and doorways. In Japan the Tiger was said to live a thousand years and was adopted as an emblem of the warrior class. Tigers are often identified with masterful spirits of Shamanism; Traces of this culture still exist to this day.
The Camel. (Adaptability, Survival and Endurance).
The Camel is a spectacular design of creation that can exist and prosper in harsh and unforgiving conditions. The Camel represents endurance, conservation and stamina. They can go for many days without water. Then when water becomes available, they can drink up to thirty gallons in a very short period of time. Their body has been created to assist its survival by having amazing techniques such as oxidisation of the fat stored in its hump for water. They have feet that do not interfere with the environment and double rows of eyelashes and hairs in their ears to protect against frequent sand storms in the desert.
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