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Space Clearing Bell
Gods and apotheosized lamas alike hold this popular symbol, along with the thunderbolt in their hands. The bell has an elemental function and its sound, like those made by the trumpet and the drum, is regarded as auspicious; it is said to drive away evil spirits. Like the church bell, the Buddhist hand bell sends the message to evil spirits that they must stay away from the consecrated area where the ritual is being performed. As already mentione...Space Clearing Bell in Full
 
Feng Shui Item: Rare Pure Jade Tortoise - Hand Carved
Rare Pure Jade Tortoise - Hand Carved
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Chinese Deities
Feng Shui Legends aims to provide you information on the stories and myth surrounding some of the most famous Feng Shui remedies existing. From the famed Kuan Kung the God of War to the lesser known Chung Kwei the Guardian of Harmony, learn about their impact in history which has led to today's Feng Shui application. Chinese Deities covered include: Kwan Yin, Fuk Luk Sau, Cai Shen, Ji Gong, the Laughing Buddha, Eight Immortals, Ma Zhu and many mo...Read Chinese Deities in Full
  Kwan Yin: Miao Shan
Another story, possibly Taoist in origin, describes Kuan Yin as the daughter of a cruel father who wanted her to marry a wealthy but uncaring man. She is known as Miao Shan, and her father's realm allegedly Sumatra. She begged to be able to enter a temple and become a nun instead. Her father allowed her to work in the temple, but asked the monks to give her very hard chores in order to discourage her. The monks forced Kuan Yin to work all day and...Kwan Yin in Full


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