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He He Twin Deities Screen Art - Energy Infused

List Price:USD58
Our Price:USD35.88
45% Discount:USD19.88
Material: Glass and Plastic
Color: Multicolored Glass, Brown Base
Dimension(in): 3.4x2.4x7.2in
Weight: 140g
ID: SL17025


Product Description
Two young boys known as "He He Er Xian", literally, ""the two spirits of Harmony and Union", are prominent harbingers of fortune. These two rolypoly figures reflecting prosperity hold respectively a lotus and a small box, to give us the double rebus of "harmony and union". Legend has it that the two figures were inspired by the famous Tang Dynasty (618-906) hermit monks, the poet "Han Shan", which means "cold mountain" and his companion "Shi De" which means "foundling". Both were associated with the school of Buddhism known as Zen. During the Ming and Ching Dynasties, their image was popularized into that of the two little boys found today. Because of their association with "harmony and union", the are regarded as the patron saints of marriage or better known as the "Two Gods of Harmony and Marriage". They are popular among the old school practitioners who are seeking for harmony, good relationship and love. They are the favorites of Hong Kong people. In old customs, households of decent fortune would hang up a portrait of the two in the living room where the newlyweds bow to heaven and earth for gratitude and blessings. Their presence are always there to bless everyone whether you are seeking for marriage luck, happiness, love, family harmony, good friendship, proposals and minimization of quarrelsome energy. One advantage is that they are the guardian angels of love for everyone irrespective of sexuality, including LGBT. In the case of LGBT, a pair of male and female mandarin ducks may not benefit.

Note: This item is energy infused and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Where to display the He He Twin Deities Art Screen?

To activate:
1. Romance and love luck, display the art screen in the southwest location of your bedroom, living room, dining, family room, your car and even your workdesk. Southwest is the universal love sector according to Life Aspiration Theory.
2. Good relationship, you may also want to check out your personal love direction according to your kua number (based on your birthdate) to activate your Nien Yen direction. This is in accordance with 8 Mansions Theory of Feng Shui. Activation using this method will successfully create excellent marriage happiness chi for you. This is also the location to activate new love luck for those who have same sexual preference.
3. Harmony among family members and newlyweds in a household, display the screen art in prominent areas of the living room to create happiness energy. The deities will also resolve your conflicts you may have with your neighbours or colleagues at work or school.

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