The coin sword is 13 inches long and made from superior quality I-Ching coins tied firmly with red thread to further energize its potency.
Suitable for your homes, offices and business premises for protection against "Shar Chi" or "Killing energy".
What the Coin Sword symbolizes and its Application in Symbolism Feng Shui
The magical coin sword, comprising coins tied with red strings in the shape of a sword, was used thousand years ago by Taoist priests in Ancient China. Known as “Pi Hsieh Chien” in Chinese which literally translated to “sword that wards off evil”, the coin sword, as the name implies, is an extremely powerful protection against ‘shar ch’I or killing breath that threaten the loss of wealth and health. Tied together with red threads, it is believed the energies of the coins are energized and released, increasing its potency. Coin swords make excellent cure for Feng Shui afflicted corners, especially for those in corporate or political environment.
Here is how you can use the Coin Sword to Feng Shui your way to a better life:
- Hang the Auspicious Coin Sword on the wall behind or beside your desk, preferably in Northwest or West wall, to protect yourself against ‘shar ch’i’ from business rivalries and adversaries. Ensure you have your back to a solid wall. This is a potent symbol of protection against corporate backstabbing for a manager on the rise. Never hang it directly in front of you.
- Display the Auspicious Coin Sword behind you in your room or general office to counter gossips and politics in your office which may harm you career. It will ward off office enemies too.
- Hang the Auspicious Coin Sword on the wall in your living room, slanting with the tip facing down and towards the front door. This will neutralize any bad Ch’i entering your home and protect your family members from harm caused by people with bad intentions.
- In Flying Star Feng Shui, this Auspicious Coin Sword is an effective antidote to ward-off the evil influences of the malignant #5 yellow star and #2 black star. The #2 black star is also known as the ‘Sickness Star’ which brings illnesses and ailments to occupants while the #5 yellow star is the ‘Disaster Star’ that instigates fights, accidents and death. Placing the 9 Emperors Coins in the affected sectors will dilute these adverse energies.
Tip: It is best to refresh these coins each year on the first day of the Lunar New Year. It is best to get new ones, or you can cleanse them using incense or a singing bowl.
|220 x 70 (Note: Dimensions exclude tassels and hanging cord)
I have mine hanging in my home office - looks really good.