Solid Bronze Four Heavenly Kings
Material: Solid Bronze
Dimension(in): 1.2x1.1x3 in each
Weight: 650g all
Four Heavenly Kings are very popular among
those who practice feng shui, especially those who reside in Hong
Kong. In Hong Kong, even the four most popular singing idols were
nicknamed after them to provide powerful protection for the entertainment
business in Hong Kong in the nineties. Their names alone create
incredible aura and auspiciousness to the surrounding. In Buddhism,
they are known as guardians against the wicked and evil. Their
main duty is to protect the heaven from havoc and their images
are popular in main shrines of all temples. Their presence would
powerfully kill off negative chi, harmful evil spirits and bad
influences. One can choose to place them two figurines on each
side of the living hall or in four cardinal directions to protect
you from any danger and harm from any direction. Feng Shui Masters
in Hong Kong especially like to recommend their presence in the
living hall facing the maindoor to protect against any harmful
people, robbery and mishaps.
What Four Heavenly Kings symbolizes and how to place the object?
The Four Heavenly Kings were four Indian
brothers and later worshipped as protecting deities of Buddhist
sanctuaries. Their presence in your surrouding will cure any wicked
energy coming your way. For those who feels there is evil energy
in the surroundings, their presence will provide you with relief.
All negative forces will stay under control with their presence.
Their supernatural powers are being produced
by their four powerful weapons which could change climates and
trumble the earth:
North Heavenly King (Mo-Li Shou)
guards the north. He has a black face and he carries along an
evil eating creature and sometimes a snake to kill devils. He
sometimes also carry a pearl on his hand.
Mo Li Shou
East Heavenly King (Mo Li Ch'ing)
guards the east. He has a white face with ferocious expression.
He carries a magic sword. He is able to produce black wind that
produces tens of thousands of spears to turn evil spirits into dust.
Mo Li Chung
South Heavenly King (Mo-Li Hung)
guards the south. He has a red face and holds a magical umbrella.
This umbrella can produce thunderstorms and earthquakes during battle
Mo Li Hung
West Heavenly King (Mo-Li Hai)
guards the west. He has a blue face and carries a chinese magical
"pi-pah" (musical instrument like a guitar) where the
sounds of it could put evil spirits and harmful forces to rest.
Mo Li Hai
They can be placed in different places:
1. They can be placed at their four respective
sectors of your living room to promote positive thinking. This would
enhance the character and attitude of your family members to help
them in their pursuits.
2. They can be placed to face the main entrance
(looking outwards) to ward off evil spirits and harmful forces and
3. They can be placed surrounding a Buddha
image or in front of the Buddha to activate their potency in bringing
the support you need for protection purposes.
4. Their images can also be placed to protect
precious items/treasures to ward off burgalary and thefts.
5. If there are killing forces coming your way, place them facing the killing forces such as straight path directly leading towards you, bad energy coming from construction sites, graveyard etc.
Kindly do not place deities in toilets, kitchen and on the floor.