Five Blessings Good Fortune Obsidian Crystal Ball

Five Blessings Good Fortune Obsidian Crystal Ball
Five Blessings Good Fortune Obsidian Crystal Ball
SKU: SKU3662 (Out Of Stock)
Weight : 900.00g ( 1.98 lbs)
Dim: Dia. 3.125 in (8 cm)
Material: Crystal

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This is an Obsidian crystal ball inscribed with the yin yang and eight trigrams protection symbols and five bats around it. The Chinese characters read "wu fu chao chai" or "Five Bats Attracting Wealth". When good fortune symbols are inscribed on a crystal ball, they become very powerful because the shape of the sphere helps radiate positive energy in all direction.

Bats are a symbol of prosperity in Feng Shui. Considered an enhancer for wealth, the sound of the word for bat in Chinese, “fook” is very similar to the word for prosperity “fuk.” Contrary to the bat’s association in Western culture with monsters and darkness, bats in Chinese culture are considered very auspicious good luck charms with the ability to scare off evil or negative energies. When five bats are put together (wu fu), it stands for five kinds of blessings, namely heath, relationship, wealth, virtue, and longevity.

This Obsidian stone does wonders for improving self-image and enhancing self-esteem. For those with confidence issues, such as shame or shyness, Obsidian is said to induce personal development and allow you to overcome any obstacles in your way. It will protect you from any negative forces or bad intentions, and will rid your mind of any ailments such as depression or stress. This stone will help your mind to recover from any tragedies you endured in the past, and will help you to get past any hard feelings or fear that may have stemmed from these traumas.

You can display this auspicious crystal ball in your home or office - on your study or work desk, for protection and good luck.


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