Tibet Darajah ~ Rewards & OpportunityThe auspicious 8 Headed Darajuh is a spiritual weapon used by monks to protect themselves from negative entities and evil spirits. It is symbolic of purity, incorruptibility and advancement. Its presence in your home is supposed to invite purity and nobility in your heart/home which will allow the fates to reward you in various means. Can be used in your home or office as an overall charm to increase rewards of various kinds.
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