Windchime of Chung Kwei


Windchime of Chung Kwei – Energy Infused
Material: Brass
Color: Brass Rods, Genuine Gold Plated Primary Piece; Multicolored Enamel
Dimension(in): 3.1×0.1×3.1in primary piece; 12.5in total length
Weight: 157g
ID: 24-AM-18

Astonishing in esthetics, the primary piece captures the amazing bond among Chung Kwei, 8 Auspicious Objects and Kalachakra. The six rods windchime actually denotes “Chien Hexagram” which carries the meaning Big Metal and luck from heaven. It is also a potent cure against visible and invisible “shar chi” such as poison arrows and annual afflictions.  It wards off all odds, terrorism, misfortune, devastation from unlucky stars and annual afflictions.  It is also exactly what is needed to powerfully subdue the negativities from #5-Yellow and #2-Black. All in all, this windchime transforms bad energies into positive vibes, build protection for the 9 palaces of your home, eliminate afflictions and overcome evil.

The salient features and the importance of the auspicious symbols can be explained and elaborated as follows:

1. On the front side of the upper plaque:

a. Easily identified by his ferocious appearance (bushy black beard and moustache), this matured muscular adult male is Zhong Kui (Chung Kwei), popularly known as the Demon Chaser. With almighty power to repel evil spirits and ghosts, he protects the household against any harm. He is all-time-alert and ready to diminish any spirits lurking around your vicinity. Because Chung Kwei’s popularity comes from his ability to defeat ghosts and demons, his image is especially loved by traditional styled feng shui grandmasters as the number one counter measure against negativities, especially in more difficult situations when the malevolent energy is particularly strong in certain sectors. The variety of good fortune that can be expressed in his image is almost endless, where Chung Kwei also represents prosperity, wealth luck, immortality and longevity. Besides giving fortune blessings, he helps you overcome all sorts of obstacles in life. He has the unusual capability to control our environment from harmful forces and loss of wealth.

b. 8-Petal Lotus around the perimeter of the plaque – the flower dedicated to Buddha, it is essentially used to signify joy, peace, purity and sincerity.

c. Taoist Incantation of Chung Kwei – is for home safety.

d.  Bagua with “Early Heaven Arrangement” – will neutralize poison arrows (shar chi) within a space.

2. On the back side of the upper plaque:

a. Eight Auspicious Objects – is an ultimate cure and also enhancer that serves to generate good energy, subdue bad energy and nourish/improve the feng shui of a space so that good fortune continues to grow esponentially. It is also a potent cure for extremely bad situation where other feng shui cures are considered not strong enough to counter a problem.

b. Kalachakra – known as the Tenfold Powerful One, it is an ultra strong antidote for killing energy and evil forces. It is often used as cures for difficult situations when other cures become helpless, in situations that may possibly carry misfortunes, disasters and accidents if not properly remedied. It is also a potent cure against visible and invisible “shar chi” such as poison arrows and annual afflictions.

3. On the Mantra Coin:

a. Empowered by the Mantra of “White Umbrella Goddess” – the powerful Buddha of Protection who carries a white umbrella has the power to symbolically dispel any evil intentions of people who may want to hurt you. Be mindful that everyone is vulnerable to jealous intentions of unscrupulous people, enemies or competitors, so it is better safe than to be sorry. This mantra can also ward off black spells casted by the underlying currents of jealousy and making them harmless. The mantra is “Tadyatha Om Anale Anale, Khasame Khasame Bhaire Bhaire, Sume Sume Sarva Buddha, Adhishthana Adhishtite Svaha” which can be recited 108 times to empower the windchime.

b. The Chien Hexagram with six solid yang lines represents BIG METAL, thus exerting powerful energies to subdue earth energies from 5-Yellow or 2-Illness stars.

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

Chung Kwei

Chung Kwei is popularly seen in all Goldsmith and shops trading expensive goods in Taiwan as an important symbol of protection from robbery, theft and fraud. He is also considered an exorcist of the highest ability as he is said to have subdued many demon spirits and thereafter had them under his command. The image brings you scholastic luck, protection from harmful people, wealth luck and protection from evil spirits/ghost. Having the image of Chung Kwei in your home will provide potent protection from tough enemies who have been giving you a tough time. For those in high profile professions, Chung Kwei will help to prevent backstabbing and jealousy, both in your workplace and business relationships.

Chung Kwei was a fictitious scholar and a swordsman who had gone through a lot of difficult times to attain his ambition of becoming a court official. Due to his fierce and scary looks, he was denied by an emperor to serve for the government despite passing his exams with great results. As a result, he committed suicide on the steps of the imperial palace. Later, after many years, another Tang Emperor Xuanzong (712-56) who dreamt about Chung Kwei was sorry about the unfair deprival of his rightful honors even though Chung Kwai was so capable. He was however posthumously restored to his rightful position, labeled the Demon Chaser, and give the status of “judge” as a reward for returning to the world to save the Emperor Zuanzong from the evil spirits and ghosts that were tormenting the emperor’s sleep. This Emperor ordered his portrait to be painted and recognized for his duty as “God of Demon Buster “. He was then also being recognized to be “Star God of Examinations” by folks in China.

Chung Kwei is depicted as being ugly with large protruding eyes and a rough beard. His fierceness alone could kill harmful evil. He uses his powerful sword as a weapon to kill the evil spirits.


A first century BC Chinese scientific experiment used tubes of different lengths (derived from the pentatonic musical scale) filled with ash to measure the changing chi of the seasons. As each type of seasonal chi reached maturity, during the course of the year, so the ash was expelled by it from one of the pipes. Hence tubes (of specific lengths) have been known to conduct chi for some considerable time, and so it is no surprise that they are used as remedies. The most commonly used tubular feng shui remedy is the windchime. These have the same qualities as the flute, but since they are made of multiple tubes, they are more effective. Windchimes are often used to regulate and slow down chi in positions like hallways. In more poetic feng shui texts, chi is personified as it it is seduced into stopping long enough to play with the windchimes before passing on its way, rather than rushing straight through. Either way, windchimes slow down chi. On the question of whether the tubes of the windchime should be solid or hollow, our advice is to use hollow windchimes, as they are more effective at producing metal chi than solid windchimes.

Windchime like bagua has been a fundamental countermeasure used in authentic Feng Shui for a long time. The advantage of a windchime is that it can be used internally to dissolve “shar chi”. It is unquestionably the most powerful enhancer and cure in many Feng Shui situations. It is potent enough to maneuver and enhance “chi” wherever it is placed. The reason is that passing breezes will stir the metal windchimes, thus keeping the metal activated from the passage of the chi through the tubes. It is significantly advantageous especially to those who do not want to spend too much money to modify your homes when encountering certain problematic feng shui situations. Properly designed windchimes by incorporating mantras and sacred symbols do not invite ghost, but instead they will chase away evil spirits.

Where to Display?

  1. Displaying the windchime can counter malevolent energies of the month either caused by flying stars or one’s personal horoscope. Display it where malevolent energy exists as a result of bad flying stars, even the most complicated combinations where other cures are insufficient.
  2. Display it at intended areas to counter any “shar chi” due to rushing energy. Examples of rushing energy situations are such as the stairs facing or too close to your main door, long pathway leading to a door, two doors facing each other (or doors are aligned in one straight line), main door opens to a garage, a window facing a door etc. It will slow down rushing “chi”. 
  3. Display it at chi entry points such as doors and windows to ward off evil spirits and bad external forces pointing at you and killing breathe. It transforms bad energies in positive energies.
  4. Display in location where killing forces are found, display it facing the killing forces such as straight narrow path directly coming towards you, bad energy coming from construction sites, graveyard etc.
  5. As a protective guardian, the windchime of Chung Kwei should be displayed near you entrance facing out directly at the main door to ward off evil spirits, people with bad intention, competitors, robbers, thefts, fraud and act of unlawfulness.
  6. For those who suspect that there are evil spirits wondering in their rooms at night, you may also display the windchime of Chung Kwei at the foot of your stairs to be watchful of all evil spirits wishing to go upstairs to disturb your sleep.
  7. Display the windchime of Chung Kwei in the sector of the living room or home, bedroom, vicinity of main door or doors afflicted by annual #5 Yellow or #2 Black. These stars are especially more detrimental if the house is facing their directions. 
  8. Display the windchime of Chung Kwei in the sector afflicted by mountain star#5, water star#5, mountain star#2 or water star#2 according to the natal flying star chart of your house.
  9. Display the windchime of Chung Kwei where extremely bad combinations of stars occur such as 5-7-9, 5-5-9, 2-5-9 etc or vice versa. These are extremely fatal situations that need a strong countermeasure like the Chung Kwei image.
Hang the Windchime with the Eight Auspicious Symbol as antidote for (1) doors facing each other in a straight line, (2) at the end of staircases near the maindoor, or at the frame of the maindoor (3) above the maindoor facing shar chi or where bad flying stars resides (4) above the window frame facing a shar chi. It is also hung at chi entry points (doors and windows) to welcome in positive energy.



Weight 400 g


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