Featuring a total of five element “wulou with ruyi”, they are empowered by a plate that has the inscription of “Medicine Buddha Mantra”, names of the five elements and their associated elements and “dui trigrams” (heavenly doctor symbol). The symbol of “wulou with ruyi” create the sentiment of “unobstructed health and a life of smooth-sailing longevity”. To add beauty to each resplendent wulou are the hanging little tassels. The Medicine Buddha Mantra Inscription cures ailments. The Medicine Buddha mantra is held to be extremely powerful for healing of physical illnesses and purification of negative karma. Anyone who is stricken by disease can seek blessings from Medicine Buddha for curing.
Five Elements (wood, fire, earth, metal, water) correspond to Five Directions (north, south, east, west, center) and Five Planets (Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, Saturn). Each organ in our body is associated to an element. The five element wulous play the key to bringing out greater health potential. The presence of all the five elements will be beneficial for unbalanced or blocked “chi”, where by having them it will bring the basket of elements back into balance so that good health and longevity can manifest, where the deficiency of any element is remedied.
- The WOOD WULOU (green) heals the liver, foot and thigh.
- The FIRE WULOU (red) heals the heart and eye.
- The EARTH WULOU (yellow) heals the pancreas, spleen, hand and stomach.
- The METAL WULOU (white) heals the lungs, head and mouth.
- The WATER WULOU (blue) heals the kidney and ear.
These powerful combinations of wulous prevent all illnesses, diseases and epidemics from stealing away your life force. They are also a strong diminisher against monthly ill winds and all forms of deadly viruses. Besides improving ones immune system and removing “yin parasites”, they bring about good health, find you the appropriate cure, increase healing power and protect the body from any harm. This is also exactly what is needed to powerfully subdue the negativities as well as to tame the good side from Illness Star #2. In period 9, the the dangerous side of the star has become less serious and the good side will become more pronounce.
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DUI trigram being the Heavenly Doctor
According to Eight Trigrams philosophy, the illness star#2 is represented by the “kun trigram”. And we know that changing the first and second lines of a trigram yields the Heavenly Doctor (Tien Yi). And, changing the first and second lines of “kun trigram” actually yields the “dui trigram”. Therefore, the DUI is the trigram that remedies Illness Star #2. The wulou being the abstract shape of DUI trigram will therefore be the remedy to Illness Star #2.
Kun and Dui Trigrams in Eight Trigrams
What the Wulou symbolizes?
The Wulou (bottle gourd) originates from a fruit. When dried, it is very durable and its shape render it useful as a receptacle for medicine. In olden days, the Wulou was often carried by aged people as a charm of longevity and a charm to dissipate or ward off pernicious influences. The Wulou, like baguas and windchimes, is one of the most significant tools to cure many bad situations and to enhance good luck in Feng Shui. It is a powerful symbol of health and longevity. Many deities like the Sau Sing Kung (in 3 Lucky Stars Fuk Luk Sau), Li Tieh Kuai (in 8 Immortals) and Mad Monk God (Chai Kung) carry the Wulou with them to resemble their ability to cure difficult ailments. Some said the shape of the Wulou is also a wonderful integration of heaven, earth and mankind. In real life, taoist monks also use the Wulou to absorb and arrest bad evil spirits into it for imprisonment. Therefore the Wulou has the potency to absorb bad chi and negative energy.
What the Ru Yi symbolizes?
Originally, the Ru Yi was a short sword made from iron and used by ancients for self defence and for purposes of gesticulation. Later it evoluted to become a present to signify good wishes to the recipient. Some claimed it was used as a pointer of directions and others said it guards against anything unexpected. The shape was derived from lotus and some even claimed it was derived from ling tzi, a special curative fungus that cures a thousand diseases. The head of the Ru Yi is also a strong resemblance of a bat which brings fortune and good luck. Ru Yi symbolizes authority and power in the imperial courts and royal assemblies. The Ru Yi was later being regarded as the sceptre for Imperial courts and offices, which was used by high ranking government officials including empresses. Ru Yi has auspicious meanings: smoothness in endeavours and enhanced luck in undertakings. Ru Yi is also a potent symbol carried by the Tua Peh Kong, Laughing Buddha and one of the Fuk Luk Sau (3 Star Gods) and many other deities for blessings.
Where to Display?
They are best displayed in the following areas to enhance your health and benefit from longevity:
- Display them in the bedroom to create protective shielding of aura against illnesses, to heal ailments/sickness and to rejuvanate the energy of sick people.
- Display them in the sector afflicted by mountain star#2 or water star#2 according to the natal flying star chart of your house.
- Display them in the east sector of your living room, family room and dining for the benefit of the entire family.
- Display them at your workdesk to eliminate illness chi from harming you.
- Display them as a powerful cure against annual Illness Star-2.