Ji Gong, the Kind Mad MonkJi Gong, the Kind Mad Monk is extremely popular with everyday people because he will always help without fail. Constantly smiling and laughing to himself, he'll view your problems in a different perspective and find an alternative way for you to overcome your obstacles/difficulties. Famous for assisting the humble and giving problems to the corrupt and oppressive superiors.
In times of hardship or stress for you, he'll be in his trademark sitting position sipping poor man's wine providing you guidance in his quirky way. Great for those who believe they are not 'at the top' yet and want to progress further in their aspirations. Can be used in your home and office. Made of solid brass. This is part of traditional Feng Shui and not well known outside of Asia.
Place this in your Foo Wei (Development Direction) and/or your work/home desk for maximum results.
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