Brass Guan Gong Statue Reading A Book (s)

Brass Guan Gong Statue Reading A Book (s)
Brass Guan Gong Statue Reading A Book (s) Brass Guan Gong Statue Reading A Book (s) Brass Guan Gong Statue Reading A Book (s)
SKU: SKU2616
Weight : 880.00g ( 1.94 lbs)
Dim: 4x3.5x4.5 in (10.2x9x11.4 cm)
Material: Brass

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A grand brass sculpture of the Guan Gong in a very rare form - reading a book! The most famous military General in Chinese history, this immaculate Guan Gong statue is seen sitting and reading a book, believed to be the Classic of Changes or the I-Ching, which is one of his favorites. He is, as usual, accompanied by his mighty Kwan Dao (General's blade). Looking calm and focus on the book, unknown to many people, besides being a God of War, Guan Gong is also known as a God of Literature. He is believed to literary luck, academic luck, wisdom, improved decision making, heightened analytical skills, enhanced competitive advantage and authority luck. Very suitable for politicians, military officials, leaders, engineers, lawyers, doctors, lecturers and students sitting for examinations. He can be displayed in the study, office or living room.

This handsome statue of Guan Gong is impeccably presented, and is highly desired among both Feng Shui practitioners and art collectors.

Kwan Kung (Guan Gong, Kuan Kong) is the powerful and mystical Chinese god of war. The Kwan Kung offers both status and protection to those who invite him into their homes or places of work. His presence is highly desired by businessmen and those seeking protection and equality. 

The origination of the powers of Kwan Kung comes from a tale of China’s most powerful warrior. His name was originally Kuan Di and he was a hero both on the battlefield and at home in his country. After many victories and heroic deeds he became known as a sacred protector to emperors, politicians, businessmen and his armies. He was granted the name Kwan Kung or god of war for his many honors.

Kwan Kung is known to defend the guiltless and the righteous, being endowed with the power to bestow equality.

Lillian Too recommends keeping a Kwan Kung to protect against thieves and supernatural spirits. This figure is known to safeguard wealth and not let any malicious intent ever pass him by. She states that she owes the business success of her boutiques to her loyal Kwan Kung guardians.

Here are some Feng Shui placements for how to best make use of the powers of the Kwan Kung:

  1. Place the Kwan Kung within your business or workplace facing the entranceway as this is said to protect against fraud and cheating. It will encourage loyalty and integrity amongst your employees and create a level sense in the relations between workers. Your business is said to be safe and prosper with the help of the Kwan Kung.
  2. Enhance the power of the Kwan Kung by placing it in the Northwest corner of your home. In an office, simply place the Kwan Kung behind your desk facing out. This is especially recommended for those in high positions of power such as managers, politicians and CEO’s. They will guard you and protect you from lies and betrayal.
  3. Display Kwan Kung facing the main entrance of your home to block all “shar chi” or poison arrow killing energy and expose and discourage anyone with bad intentions who attempts to enter your home.
  4. Kwan Kung are highly revered in police forces in asian cultures and are kept as symbols of victory and protection.   

According to feng shui bagua 8 life aspirations formula:

  1. Place Kwan Kung in the Northwest corner of your home or office to invite and flourish in mentor luck. Kwan Kung’s confidence and success nurtures those who wish to become leaders and welcomes those who already are. This placement is attractor of the beloved Gui Ren or mentor luck. This type of luck brings you a great benefactor from a higher station in life to help you on your way. 

Always place Kwan Kung statue in a place or respect, never in the bathroom, bedroom or never yin energy space. But remember praying to him is not necessary.

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