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8 Immortals Coins Lucky Charm Tassel

8 Immortals Coins Lucky Charm Tassel
8 Immortals Coins Lucky Charm Tassel
SKU: SKU1124 (Out Of Stock)
Weight : 100.00g ( 0.22 lbs)
Dim: 0.2x2.75x2.5 in, 13 in Lgth (0.3x7x6.3 cm, 33 cm)
Material: Brass

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The Eight Immortals, according to ancient tales, were summoned from heaven to help humans in achieving their aspirations.

These eight coins tassels are inscribed with the images of the taoist Eight Immortals. It is tied with red Chinese tassels and a mystic knot to empower its chi.

The Eight Immortals, according to ancient tales, were summoned from heaven to help humans in reaching their objectives and aspirations. Having them in your home or workplace symbolizes that they will support you in your ventures and summon the admiration from those around you.

In the following of Feng Shui and Taoist worship, the Eight Immortals are known by many as symbols of long life and good fortune. A combination of two women and six men, they are higher beings who were summoned from heaven with the intents to help the human race with their endeavours, aiding them in achieving their objectives and providing them with the means to obtain riches, reputation, vigour and wisdom. When the Eight Immortals are displayed in your home, they are said to create an environment in which health, contentment and joy can be generated.

Each of the Eight Immortals possesses a different object of power which is able to practise mystical magic. Below are the qualities of each Immortal:

First Immortal: “Chung-Li Chuan”, the icon of longevity, is known as the leader of the immortals. This is due to the fact that he is the one who discovered the Elixir of Life and has the capability to cure the ill and bring life back to the dead. His special tool is a magical fan, and occasionally a peach.

Second Immortal: “Chang Kuo-Lao”, the symbol of wisdom, is an old man with the power to create a child for couples who have been unsuccessfully trying. He holds a bamboo tube, and is seen upon a mule which can take him as far as a thousand miles in a single day.

Third Immortal: “Lu Dong-Pin”, the icon of scholastic success and safeguarding, is a Taoist academic who exterminates malicious spirits and monsters with his magic sword. He also carries with him a fly-whisker, which can cure diseases and create health.

Fourth Immortal: “Ts’ao Guao-Chiu”, is the symbol of distinction and reputation. He was affiliated with the Sung Imperial family, and so is the best dressed in comparison to the other Immortals. He keeps with him a jade tablet of permission to court, and also a delicate feather fan.

Fifth Immortal: “Li T’ieh Guai”, also known as “Iron Crutch Li”, is a poor beggar burdened with a crutch and a Wu Lou. Despite his poverty, he is regarded as the most influential of the Eight immortals, because he has the capability to create wisdom. He is often seen with a deer as a companion.

Sixth Immortal: “Han Hsiang Tzu”, is the most joyful of the Eight Immortals, and is able to create healing energy to cure ailments. He is depicted as playing the flute that he carries with him.

Seventh Immortal: “Lan T’sai Ho” is one of the women Immortals, and so brings good fortune to young women. She is depicted with a basket of fresh flowers in tow.

Eighth Immortal: “He Hsien Ku” is the other woman Immortal, and is the icon of luck in relation to marriage and family establishment. She is known as the “Immortal Maiden”, and holds a mystical lotus blossom as well as a fly-whisk.

Some Feng Shui tips on how to harness the powers of these divine immortals:

1) According to Lillian Too, famous Feng Shui grandmaster, the Eight Immortals will solidify a flow of success in all areas of your life when they are displayed in the living room of your home. In addition to your own benefits, they are also said to create stable environments for your studying children and an overall unity of the family.

2) When the Eight Immortals are displayed behind a businessman’s working area, they are believed to provide victories in all business ventures and stimulate luck with business and opportunities.

3) According to Feng Shui Bagua 8 Life Aspiration formula, the East corner of a room is known as the “Health and Relationship” sector. Placing  the symbol of Eight Immortals in this sector of your living or dining room is said to create wellbeing and joy for all family members.

4) Your Sheng Chi corner can be determined according to Feng Shui Kua formula; display the Eight Immortals in this corner of your workplace is believed to stimulate the safeguarding of your assets as well as good fortune.

5) When this Eight Immortals Coins is displayed in the Northwest sector (sector of Mentor Luck) (Feng Shui Bagua Formula), it is reputed to help you to attain skills in networking and gaining support from important people in your workplace so that your endeavors can go smoothly. Mentor Luck, Nobleman Luck or "Gui Ren" luck is the kind of luck that will bring you a good samaritan or someone kind and helpful who will give you a lending hand or a life-changing push during times of distress, trouble and difficulty; not necessarily in the form of money but also opportunities, wise advice, support, encouragement or simply be there to listen.

*Note* Always show respect for the Eight Immortals by never placing them in the bedroom, kitchen or toilet.

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