Toaist Protective AmuletThis 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.
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