Feng Shui     Feng Shui Remedies         Feng Shui Articles     Learn Feng Shui     Feng Shui Advice & Tips        

Toaist Protective Amulet

This item is meant to be warn or hung near your home/bedside for protection and to increase harmony in your life. The Pa Kua is one side and on the other side is a scripture of a popular Toaist incantation meant to bring forth divine powers and dispel evil spirits around you. Popular for those who believe they suffer from bad feng shui or those having to face their inauspicious directions. Can also be placed near your bedside or work table instead of worn.
  

Toaist Protective Amulet



       




Customers who purchased this item also purchased these items
Golden FanGolden Fan
The Golden Fan is excellent to protect from accidents and robbery (by dissipating the bad luck chi). It can also work as an a...




Heavenly KingsHeavenly Kings
The four heavenly kings are known as Dharma Protectors by Mahayana Buddhists. The hour heavenly kings are shown as alert and r...





Related items that are usable together or similar in type
3 Auspicious Ang Pows3 Auspicious Ang...
Ang Pows are symbols of generosity and prosperity. They are most commonly seen during times of joyous occassions and events l...




8 Aspirations Pi Yao8 Aspirations Pi...
The Eight Aspirations Pi Yao focuses on wealth and power gain in the business/work sense while making sure the 8 Aspirations are e...





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

Kwan Yin: Goddess of Mercy
Kuan Yin is the bodhisattva of compassion as venerated by East Asian Buddhists as the Bodhisattva Avalokitesvara. Commonly known in the West as the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin is also revered by Chinese Taoists as an Immortal. The name Kuan Yin is short for Kuan Shih Yin which means 'Observing the Sounds of the World'. In Japanese, Kuan Yin is called Kannon or more formally Kanzeon ; the spelling Kwannon, based on a pre-modern pronunciation, is so...Kwan Yin in Full


Previous Feng Shui ItemFeng Shui Enhancers MainNext Feng Shui Item
Coins
Animals
Amulets
Guardians
Gifts
Special
View All Items

Health
Wealth
Romance
Career
Protection








Copyright © 1995-2015, Smiling Bamboo Ltd.