Happiness AmuletThis total happiness amulets are very popular as it promises health, wealth, protection and luck all in
one cute and convenient package. Each amulet is inside a plastic cover with a properly blessed paper
talisman by Toaist monks. These paper talismans have been infused with health and wealth mantras. Can be
kept/hung in wallets/purses/bags/mirrors/etc. These are selling fast, and are gaining popularity in
Korea and Japan as many attest that it's quite chic and really works. Please note that the color (of the amulet) and/or cute figure will vary (but come from the same printing series).
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