Heavenly GuardianThe legendary Heavenly Guardians are used to protect one's sanctuary and provide mental/environmental peace, be it your: home, room, personal space and even cubicle. In Feng Shui and Chinese Legends, they are honorable and vigilant soldiers guarding the gates of heaven and the Jade Emperor's palace. Commonly used in multiples or laid out in several parts of your home. Works wonderfully with other protective entities like the Guardian Fu Dogs and Lord Chung Kwei. Though mostly placed near any entrance, it can be used anywhere in your home or outside.
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