8 inch Ksitigarbha's Staff

8 inch Ksitigarbha's Staff
8 inch Ksitigarbha's Staff
SKU: SKU1054 (Out Of Stock)
Weight : 400.00g ( 0.88 lbs)
Dim: 2.375x2.375x8 in (6x6x20 cm)
Material: Brass

Out of Stock! Notify
Add To Wish List

Ksitigarbha Staff is a very useful Feng Shui cure that will serve to repress the #3 Hostile Star.

This alarm staff, also known as the “Khakhara” or “Hikile” in Sanskrit, is never to be used as a weapon – in fact, it is exactly the opposite. The rings in the hoops at the top of the staff are icons for peace, harmony and respect for all living kingdoms. It instils the mentality that all living things are created equal, and none should be harmed or sacrificed for the goodwill of any other. The melodic jingling of the rings is known to create hymns, which stimulate awareness. This staff is widely known as an icon of goodwill, compassion and care, and is therefore one of the eighteen treasures in the Buddhist religion.

This staff  is mainly used by revered Buddhist monks, who are near sainthood. When they are walking, the staff is meant to alert smaller creatures (such as ants and other minute life) to move out of the way so they do not get tread on. The purpose of this belief is to encourage humanity to refrain from killing.

In recent years, this staff has come to be known as the Dang Zi or Ksitigarbha Staff; this is due to the fact that the Dang Zi Bodhisattva carries it on His arm wherever he goes. However, this staff was originally held by Buddha. It is because of this that the 6-ring staff is normally placed at Buddhist prayer alters, in the hopes of obtaining the best possible karma and merits.

Amongst Chinese and Japanese Buddhists, Ti Zang Wang Pusa is a highly respected Bodhisattva. Di Zang, which is literally translated from the Bodhisattva’s name (Ksitigarbha) means “Earth-Stone”. He is special because, along with three other Bodhisattvas (also known as “Pusas”) have managed to gain the respect and love of the Mahanyanists. Each Pusa represents a different valued quality, as they are shown in the Chinese Buddhist Pantheon:

KUAN SHIH YIN as Great Compassion;
WEN SHU as Great Wisdom;
PU HSIEN as Great Love and Perfect Activity;
TI ZANG as Great Vow to help and to deliver all beings.

His greatest compassionate Vow being: "If I do not go to the hell to help the suffering beings there, who else will go? ... if the hells are not empty I will not become a Buddha. Only when all living beings have been saved, will I attain Bodhi."

Di Zang Wang Pusa is commonly known as the Bodhisattva of Hell. This is so because of his declaration to not reach Buddha-hood until the point when “all the Hells are empty”

Ksitigarbha’s Staff is a very useful Feng Shui cure. Those who practice Feng Shui like to have it because the six metal rings of the staff are icons of the six perfections; these will serve to repress the #3 Hostile Star (Wood Element) which stimulates arguments, verbal fights, hostilities, negative energies and lawsuits. To best use the Ksitigarbha’s Six Ring Staff, display it in the sector of the room which is affected by the devious #3 Star (whose location changes every year).

Write a review

Your Name:

Your Review: Note: HTML is not translated!

Rating: Bad           Good

Enter the code in the box below:


Feng Shui Kua Feng Shui Three Killings