Ma Zhu, Goddess of JourneyMa Zhu, Goddess of Journey has many names such as Goddess of the Sea, Empress of Heaven and Daughter of the Dragon. She brings forth safety and luck for those embarking on a journey be it a physical, spiritual or personal kind. She is seated with her empress garb and kindly smile letting you know she is by your side. Great for those who travel, have objectives to accomplish (in work or life) and need auspicious blessings.
She was a very popular deity in ancient China, especially with those who travelled the dangerous seas or rough terrains. Not very well known in western Feng Shui, but heavily mentioned in almost all imperial transport texts. Solid bronze and very conveniently sized. Can be placed in your home, office, car or even carried along in your travels. You want her around you and her blessings on whichever form of journey you are undertaking.
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