6-Bells Windchime with 8-Spoke Dharmachakra Windmill


6-Bells Windchime with 8-Spoke Dharmachakra Windmill
Material: Brass
Color: Multicolored
Dimension(in): 1.1in each bell; 2.6×0.2×2.6in fan; 3.2×3.2x23in all
Weight: 255g
ID: SL17036

Featuring six genuine brass bells that are struck from outside (no clapper inside), this windchime does more than what the normal six rods windchime can do. Bells are believed to scare away potentially harmful ghosts and evil spirits. Six bells connote the “Chien Hexagram” of I-Ching which carries the meaning Big Metal and luck from heaven. This hexagram exerts the strongest form of metal energy which is required to counter problematic earth energy. On the other hand, the “8-Spoke Dharmachakra” 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. It is also a potent cure against visible and invisible “shar chi” such as poison arrows and annual afflictions. Next, the lucky windmill never fail to establish success and stability within a household. It is used as protection against all odds, obstacles and dangers to shield one against bad intentions from others. With the ability to blow away challenges and troubled energies, this lucky windmill creates favorable fortune in all aspects of life such as career, wealth, health and overall well-being. The weight below features the “tai chi” symbol, an emblem of balancing yin and yang energies.

Other features on the primary piece
Protecting you against all odds, the salient features and the importance of the auspicious symbols on the primary piece can be explained and elaborated as follows:

  1. 8-Spoke Dharmachakra – or “wheel of law”, it literally means “the wheel of transformation”. Also one of the Eight Auspicious Objects, the wheel consists of three basic parts: the hub, the rim, and spokes. Its underlying form is that of a circle, which is recognized across all traditions as a shape that is complete and perfect in itself, qualities which inform the teachings of the Buddha too. Individually, the rim represents the element of limitation, the hub is the axis of the world, and the eight spokes denote the Eightfold Path. Symbolising the ability to cut through all obstacles, the moving wheel symbolizes the movement of cosmic order.
  2. Four propellers – they are strong symbols of dissipating negativities.
  3. 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 a day.
  4. Horse on Swallow with Fireball – signifies speed. The horse is known to be a great racer, but with the help of a swallow that flies, it go even faster. Tapping the power of the horse’s strong fire element, the “Horse on Swallow” featured with the “Fireball” will triumph over villains, troublemakers, petty characters, rumour mongers and venomous people It is an authentic cure by old style masters for all forms of troubled energies that cause hostility, anger and quarrels. It effectively burns away disputes between lovers, problems with office authorities, lawsuits and quarrelsome neighbours.
  5. Tiger Head – being the fiercest among the four celestial animals, it represents strength, power and courage. Its main attribute is to guard, protect, instill fear in enemies and chase evil characters away.
  6. Victory Banner – denotes triumph over evil, disagreements, disharmonies, obstacles and anger. It is also a strong symbol of wealth recovery, suitable for those who had gone through bad and trying times before.
  7. Evil Vanquishing Taoist Incantation – this powerful taoist incantation terminates all forms of evil and those who are trying to cause harm to you.
  8. Travel Safe Taoist Incantation – secures your safety by ensuring that you will not reach the wrong place at the wrong time and save you from dangers such as terrorism attack, accident and disaster.

Bells (“zhong”) are believed to scare away ghosts and evil spirits. As a result, you will often spot more familiar small bells physically attached to textiles and other domestic objects for this purpose. Demon scaring bells can also be found in the waves of some embroidered rank badges, often accompaied by scepters, stone chimes and other good luck symbols. It is a motif quit common in the Guangxu Period (1875-1908), is a pun invoking the name of demon chaser “zhong kui”.

Where to hang the windchime
Windchime like bagua is a fundamental tool used in authentic Feng Shui. The advantage of a windchime is it can be use internally to dissolve shar chi. Windchimes are unquestionably the most powerful enhancer and cure for many Feng Shui situations. Windchimes are potent enough to maneuver and enhance chi wherever it is placed. They make a significant presence especially for those who do not want to spend too much money to modify buildings and large structures due to bad Feng Shui. Properly designed windchimes according to the rules of the nature do not invite ghost, but instead will chase away evil spirits with the melody of metal energy.

You may display the windchime in the following areas:

  1. 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 stairs facing your maindoor, long pathway leading to a door, two doors facing each other, a window facing a door etc. It will slow down rushing “chi”. Besides, it is also used to welcome in positive energy.
  3. Display in the sector where the Natal or Annual Illness Star #2 flies into.
  4. Display in the sector where the Natal or Annual Fatal Yellow Star #5 flies into.

Note: Please do not hang a windchime directly above where you sleep, sit, eat, work or stand. Your energy will be suppressed. In the event that there is space constraint, you may hang the windchime lower than waist level.


Weight 500 g
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