Chi Lin Amulet with 3 Emperor Coins


Chi Lin Amulet with 3 Emperor Coins
Material: Natural Jade Stone
Color: Transluscent Green
Dimension(in): 1.8×1.8×0.2 in jade stone
Weight: 50g
ID: SL10901

This Chi Lin is beautifully carved from jade stone. It is further strung with three gold emperor coins of Kang Hsi, Yong Cheng and Chien Lung for amplified good luck. The beautiful design would make this amulet a handsome gift for your loved ones. The Chi Lin represents strength, great ambitions, good competing spirits, great health, perseverance and fame. Besides, it also has the scales of a carp to bring prosperity and abundance. Also worth taking note that the patterns on its back were used to derive the earlier heaven bagua, an ultimate symbol in the study of Feng Shui. Therefore this symbol will bring protection against bad energy caused by bad Flying Stars. Recommended to be used as a neutralizer for those staying in bedrooms in a bad flying star combo location or for those living in houses where there is bad flying stars in the sitting and facing location of the house. The Chi Lin will also bless those who are seeking for an illustrious baby son if you carry it along with you all the time. It was said that Confucious was born after his mother walked on the footsteps of the Chi Lin.

What the Chi Lin symbolizes?
The Unicorn, Dragon Horse or Chi Lin is a fabulous heavenly creature of good omen, and the symbol of grandeur, felicity, wise administration, longevity and illustrious offspring. It had attained the age of 1000 years old and said to be the noblest form of animal, emblem of perfect good incarnated essence of Five Elements. The predominant characteristics of the unicorn is its perfect goodwill, gentleness, and benevolence to all living creatures. It possessed all the good qualities found in all animals and has the head of a dragon, scales of the carp and body of a horse. Some believed that the Chi Lin was actually a giraffe. If one were to observe carefull, it could be the fact! Its voice is like the sound of bells and other musical instruments. It carefully avoids treading upon any living insect, or destroying the grass under its feet, and its gait is regulated according to propriety.

It is reputed to be able to walk on water as well as on land and last appeared before the birth and death of Confucious. Confucious was often associated to Chi Lin because he was born a sage after his mother stepped on the footsteps of the Chi Lin and got pregnant. The Chi Lin is regarded by Buddhists to carry the civilizing Book of Law on its back. In ancient feng shui studies, the Chi Lin was described as coming out of Yellow River and appeared to Fu Hsi, the first legendary Emperor, bearing on its back a mystic Ho Tu map from which the Flying Stars formulas is said to have evolved. It is always seen as solitary, and appears to mankind only when a king of the highest benevolence sits upon the throne, or when a sage is about to be born. It had appeared during the halcyon days of the Emperors Yao and Shun and when Confucius was living, but so degenerated have mankind since become that it has never since shown itself to us again.

Since Chi Lin is a wonderful combination of a dragon’s head and a horse’s body, it produces a harmonized mixture of excellent qualities between the two auspicious animals. It has a more royal status compared to the other guardians and is simply adorable. Chi Lin blows “sheng chi” because of its Dragon head to benefit surrounding. Unlike lions and other fierce creatures, the Chi Lin representing a “new born baby” by ancient chinese is very loyal to its owner and easier to tame, like a lovely horse. Its energy represent vitality, strength, ambition, good competing spirits, great health, perseverance and fame. Besides, it also has the scales of a carp which ushers in wealth, prosperity and abundance. The patterns on its back were used to derive the earlier heaven bagua, an ultimate symbol in the study of Feng Shui.

This powerful symbol is an excellent support for important people. Chinese emperors have Chi Lin objects on their tables next to their important seals. And many architectural motives will use the symbol of Chi Lin to manifest blessings and good fortune. Large Chi Lins are also used to protect huge businesses like hotel industry, ministers’ homes, banks, antique shops etc. Chi Lin being an extremely lucky symbol of fortune is usually depicted standing or sitting on a bed of wealth like coins and gold ingots to represent increasingly steady income luck and unlimited windfalls. One will enjoy wonderful prosperity by owning the auspicious Chi Lin.

Chi Lin produces wonderful results to enhance family prosperity, career luck, longevity and excellent health health, wealth luck and family luck:

  1. Carrying the chi lin provides protection against loss of wealth and bring important network outside. It also provide ultimate protection, wards off evil spirits and harmful people, bring happy blessings and dissolves bad chi from surrounding.
  2. Carrying the chilin protects family members from harm and danger when they are outdoor. Chi Lin brings you many happy blessings to your family.
  3. Carrying the Chilin lets you enjoy tremendous wealth luck constantly coming your way.
  4. Used at work, it brings good luck and ward off harmful people and politics. You may also hang it near your reception and important areas of your shop, facing out.
  5. Wearing or carrying the image of Chi Lin brings to the owner ultimate good luck, good fortune and prosperity.

Note: Natural stones offered by Feng Shui Bestbuy is cleansed by the singing bowl prior to customer shipment, to ensure refreshment of good chi when they reach you. Also note that natural stones from earth may have uneven textures and colors, natural inclusions or original internal lines/cracks in them which may extend to the surface. These are not flaws or damages. They are absolutely fine from a feng shui perspective and would not make natural stonesless perfect compared to manmade items.

Weight 220 g


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