Three Harmony Warriors Keychain

Three Harmony Warriors Keychain
Three Harmony Warriors Keychain
SKU: SKU2707 (Out of Stock)
Weight : 70.00g ( 0.15 lbs)
Dim: 4.5 in Lgth (11.4 cm)
Material: Metal

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This beautiful Feng Shui keychain cure consists of three mythical animals or the three Harmony warriors, namely the Eight Legged Lion, Fur Bearing Fish and the Makara Dragon.

The Eight Legged Lion is the union of a garuda and a lion. It has the body of a lion and two wings. This creature brings forth good relations and harmony. The Fur Bearing Fish is the son of a fish and otter. It has body of a fish, but with an otter's fur. It bestows calmness and tranquility, preventing quarrels and fight, and brings better relations in business. The Makara Dragon is a strange looking animal believed to be the son of a snail and a crocodile, and some say crocodile, dragon and snake. Its body is firm like a snail shell and its tail forms entwined pattern. It attracts positive energy of harmony.

These three animals make up the Victory Symbol in Tibetan Buddhism. Together, they keep very harmful jealousy vibes and hostility under control. They also form a powerful cure against the dreaded Three Killings or 'San Sha'. The Three Killings is an affliction that changes location every year which consists of the bad guy trio - the Year ‘Killing’ (creates setbacks and obstacles), Robbery ‘Killing’(causes monetary loss) and Disaster ‘Killing’ (brings mishaps and accidents).

Those who have an entrance, back door or large window in the afflicted sector or those who sit facing the direction opposite the afflicted sector in the office should carry this amulet so prevent misfortune related to relationships, money and reputation loss. Use it as a key ring, or clip it onto your bags for protection.

All products from our Feng Shui store are cleansed and infused with positive energy before shipping.

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