Newsletter – Luck for the 12 Chinese Zodiacs in August 2020
Kuan Kung – God of Wealth & God of Warrior for Success (關公)
The annual Kuan Kung Festival is held on June 24 (六月二十四日) on the Chinese Lunar calendar; this year specifically it will be held on August 13, 2020.
Kuan Kung (關公), also known as Guan Yu (關羽), is recognized as both the God of War and God of Wealth. He is said to be the protector of the oppressed, Patron Saint of the Police, Guardian Deity of the Triads, and in recent times, the protector of politicians and business leaders. He is also worshipped as a Door God in temples, businesses, and homes, with portraits of him pasted on doors to ward off evil spirits, especially when holding the big crescent saber.
Place Kuan Kung in the house facing the front door, ensuring that his fierce countenance and ‘killing breath’ scares aware bad things that may come through the door. It is said that all negative energy does not dare to enter with the presence of Kwan Kung. You can also place him in the Northwest, the sector representing the Patriarch. At work, put the image behind where you sit so that you will never lack powerful support from influential people.
Kuan Kung is also an excellent Feng Shui figure to put where the #7 star resides; this year the star resides in the center and will fly into the Northwest in 2021. He protects against all burglary energies that may be hovering near your home.
When you see the Three Warriors – Kuan Kung, Zhang Fei and Liu Bei – the three great heroes of Chinese history and always been associated with courage, integrity and honor. They bring the energy of team work and victory.
Sitting or reading a book for scholar and civil.
Standing holding the big crescent saber for protection.
Riding the horse – When Kuan Kung sits on a horseback, he is in combat mode and brings incredible protection for the Patriarch and prosperity luck for the whole household.
Newsletter – Luck for the 12 Chinese Zodiacs in July 2020
How to use a STUPA to bring you to enlightenment
Lama Zopa Rinpoche advises that the stupa should be placed in the kitchen, living room, or on a table. By simply looking at the stupa, there is empowering purification that brings you to enlightenment. The stupa purifies negative karma collected from the beginning of your life that are obstacles to temporary and ultimate happiness.
If you have pets, such as dogs and cats, you can also bring them around the stupa by holding them in your hands, so they are at the same level as the stupa.
When you go around the stupa, recite OM MANI PADME HUM or other mantras.
Newsletter – Luck for the 12 Chinese Zodiacs in June 2020
Buddha Prayer Flags attract good luck and remove obstacles & illness.
Buddha prayer flags are multi-colored flags stamped with mantras or images. The five elements and their correlated colors are metal (white), water (blue), wood (green), fire (red), and earth (yellow). When you hang prayer flags, they bless the elements that touch the mantras. For example, when the wind touches the mantras, animals and insects who feel this wind are purified of their negative karma and blessed to higher realms. When rain and water touch the flags, the prayer flags bless worms and other creatures on the ground and liberates them from the lower realms. Prayer flags should be hung on the following auspicious days: June 2, 4, 25, and July 2, 3, 4, 21, 26, and 31, 2020.
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