Golden Garuda - Energy Infused
Dimension(in): 4.5x2.4x4 in
This Garuda figurine is concealed with the
"Exalted Mantra King of Great Breath". Known as the
mythical lord of the birds. the great powered Garuda defeat demon
spirits that bring illness, setbacks and obstacles to success.
Therefore, Garuda is an esteemed destroyer of 5-Yellow (a demon).
Feeding on powerful serpents and nagas, no naga is able to survive
Garuda's grip or bite. Garuda's triple sadhana (practice of three
deities) is highly effective for removing obstacles or illnesses,
especially naga-related afflictions such as kidney failure, plague
and cancer. Therefore, Garuda is a revered cure for contagious
diseases and deadly illnesses. Next, the long mantra called the
"Exalted Mantra King of Great Breath" is the anecdote
to diseases sent out by the breath of the great lord of all the
spirits of all 3 continents called Grinning Teeth (sekpa). All
humans and spirits living in the world may contract various sicknesses
and having their lives taken away once the destructive breath
fills up the whole world and touches sentient beings. Whenever
the mantra is worn, touched or kept, sentiant beings will not
be harmed by the breath, protecting you against contagious diseases
(including the infamous Ebola), receiving no harm or sicknesses
(tongney) from wind, bile, phlegm etc.
Note: This item is energy
infused. Item comes with certificate
Garuda was the son of Kashyapa and Vinata,
who after 500 years of incubation hatched fully-grown from the
egg that his mother laid. So great was Garuda's power that even
Indra's mighty vajra was broken by Garuda. Only Vishnu was capable
of subduing Garuda and once he was subdued, Vishnu bound him to
an oath of servitude and obedience. Vishnu made Garuda his vehicle.
Garuda is one of the Four Dignities in Tibetan Buddhism and is
a mythical animal who is daring and fearless. It possesses great
power (more than 72 magical powers of the Monkey God) and great
strength. Its greatest strength is to soar beyond without holding
back. Garuda is depicted as having a golden body, white face,
red wings, and an eagle's beak and wings but a man's body. He
wears a crown on his head. He is huge and can block out the sun.
The exact size of the garuda is uncertain, but its wings are said
to have a span of many miles. This may be a poetic exaggeration,
but it is also said that when a garuda's wings flap, they create
hurricane-like winds that darken the sky and blow down houses.
Garuda is invoked as a symbol of impetuous violent force, of speed,
and of martial prowess. Because of its ability to help you fight
negavities, killing energies, malevolent forces and earth spirit
energies, it frees your mind from worries. It is also a potent
cure for extremely bad situation where other feng shui cures are
considered not strong enough to counter. It feeds on powerful
serpents and nagas. No naga is able to survive Garuda's grip or
bite. The triple sadhana or practice of three deities is highly
effective fror removing obstacles or illnesses, especially naga-related
afflictions such as kidney failure, plague and cancer. India,
Thailand, Indonesia, Mongolia and other countries regularly use
the symbol of the garuda as their government buildings and structures.
Tibetan Buddhism considers Garuda a very sacred protector on earth.
The protective Garuda can be used to:
1. Counter any forms of "shar chi" exerted on any part
of the house due to external poison arrows. Display facing the
direction of conflict either in your interior or your exterior.
2. Counter afflictions at any sector due to bad flying stars combo,
especially the combination of the two strongest evil stars, the
deadly 5-Yellow and Three Killings. Display in the sector either
at the interior or exterior of the house.
3. Counter any evil forces entering your house by displaying near
the vicinity of your maindoor. It can also be displayed on the
outside facing out for home protection against any negative vibes.
4. It can be displayed facing any poison arrows directed at your maindoor or chi entry points, such as a road, sharp edges etc.