Resolving a Difficult Problem


Resolving a Difficult Problem – Energy Infused (Final Revision)
Material: Metal
Color: Genuine Gold Plated and Multicolored
Dimension(in): 3.3×0.1×3.3in Plaque; 1.1×0.1×1.1in each Coin; Total 3.3×0.1x11in
Weight: 145g
ID: 24-AM-19

If you are having a problem that is bothering you and hasn’t seen any solution yet, you may display this traditional purist remedy featuring the “SOLVED” character in the directions according to your personal zodiac, by your bed or at your work desk. Featuring Period 9’s Windhorse in bright red to jive with the energies of the fire period, it ensures you fulfill success potential in resolving any difficult problem seamlessly anytime throughout the new period. Converging more powers together, this special cure that also features the Loshu Tortoise is known as the Niu Zhuan Qian Kun which connotes “Overturning Heaven and Earth”. It is not only a popular phrase that expresses the sentiment of “overcoming unfortunate situations and changing them to more favorable outcomes”, but is in fact a traditional metaphysics method to re-programme your luck so that it is always free from obstacles, mishaps, disasters and misfortunes. This powerful codes of “Qian-Kun trigrams” will pulverize all negative forces and clear blocked pathways paving you to a smoother and less aggravating year. Having great control over the two trigrams can wield their miraculous power, guard against loss of wealth, loss of popularity, loss of relationship, loss of life and loss of health. Incredibly powerful, it prevents the terrible potential for reversal of fortunes. Being the two most important trigrams of the Bagua 8 Trigrams, the Qian represents heaven (or the partriarch) while the Kun represents earth (or the martriarch). Together with 12 horoscope wheel, the cure can transform misfortunes to opportunities and auspicious outcomes. This means all your undertakings, family matters, projects, encounters, social life, financial portfolios can be overturned to an excellent status all year round. By displaying this in your pesonal direction that represents you or an undertaking, nothing will be restrained and nothing will hold you back from advancing forward. Your resilience to all problematic situations will help you stay on course despite having to change direction. You will get galvanized into positive actions and emerge victorious because of your ability to transform misfortune luck into everything that ends with triumph. You are therefore forwarned to “be prepared to receive changes”.

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

  • The tortoise and 9-star patterns converges the cosmic forces of the universe to remove all kinds of negativities.
  • The Qian trigram is formed by 3 solid lines while the Kun trigram is formed by 3 broken lines.
  • The 12 earthly branches horoscope wheel protects all 12 horoscopes against all odds, mishaps, misfortune, accidents, sickness, devastation from unlucky stars and annual afflictions. Then center of the wheel has a powerful Taoist incantation signifying “overturning luck”.
  • Four lines invocation of King Gesar’s mantra is a wishfulling mantra of great power that grants all wishes and bring success and prosperity.
  • OM MANI PADME HUM Mantra – is the six-syllabled Sanskrit mantra particularly associated with the four-armed Shadakshari form of Avalokiteshvara, the bodhisattva of compassion.
  • Hanging under the plaque are three beautiful thick coins. Once side of the coins read “da ji da li” which connotes “safe and sound”. The other side of the coins read “chu ru ping an” which connotes “safe travelling”.

Note: This item is energy infused and emits energy unendingly. Item comes with certificate of authenticity

To read more about the Windhorse 
The windhorse (rlung-rta) is the heavenly representation of the horse. It is originated from Tibetan culture and later embedded into Tibetan Buddhism. In Buddhism, its element belongs to the “wind”. Unlike the theories of Five Elements in Feng Shui, “wind” is considered as an element by itself. It is known as windhorse due to its ability to gallop in the winds and break the stillness to ride rapidly across all the directions to the heaven. It provides the energy to the wind and brings positive feng shui to our spaces rapidly and inexhaustibly. It symbolizes the mobility and speed of teh cakravatin. It is the ultimate symbol of accomplishment and achievement in life. It has the ability to fulfill our wishes because it carries them to the heaven and obtain blessing for us from deities and protectors to bring good fortune and remove obstacles. In connection with the abandonements of the Buddha, the windhorse is depicted wearing golden and precious ornaments as a symbol of Buddha’s faith horse Kanthaka, who died of a broken heart when his master renounced his kingdom.

The Tibetan astrological system names 4 categories of personal vitality:

  1. Life Energy
  2. Health
  3. Personal Power
  4. Succcess

The windhorse actually is a connotation of these categories combined together to form a positive energy that eliminates hindrances caused by illness, misfortune, demonic and planetary influences. The energy of the wind should never be underestimated because it channels psychic energies of the body which the mind can ride. A puja can invoke the windhorse on the mornings of waxing moon.


  1. Display it either by your bed.
  2. Display it at your work desk if it is to resolve career or work related matters.
  3. DIsplay in your personal zodiac direction:
    Rat – North
    Ox – NE
    Tiger – NE
    Rabbit – East
    Dragon – SE
    Snake – SE
    Horse – South
    Sheep – SW
    Monkey – SW
    Rooster – West
    Dog – NW
    Pig – NW
Weight 500 g
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