Amulet for Inauspicious DirectionsThis amulet has a very important and much used protective Toaist mantra inscribed on it. When used by itself, it brings protection for the household and its occupants. However, a more popular use for it is to counteract against an Inauspicious direction (in this case to be used in a set of 3) when you are forced to face it due to circumstances you cannot change.
For example, if you are forced to face your Mishaps/Six Killings/Five Ghosts/Total Loss Direction at work/sleep, you can place three of these coins (with the mantras facing up) to dampen the negative chi approaching you. Basically, you are given an additional layer of protection against such negative entities. Both sides are displayed, and the quantity for this item is one.
If you wish to know what your Auspicious/Inauspicious directions are, please use our Lunar year compliant Kua Calculator.
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