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Jasper Pi Chu Stone Carving (Sold as a Pair)
Also known as Pixiu or Pi Yao (貔貅 píxiū / P’i-hsiu)
Place this Natural Stone auspicious Feng Shui cure to protect against:
Tai Sui influence - Also known as "God of the Year" or "Grand Duke Jupiter": A year of transition, proceed in ALL things with caution! When it is your zodiac year, people often misunderstand and believe that their luck will be better, however, quite the contrary is true. When it is your zodiac year, it is the beginning of an entirely new cycle for you often with many changes and transitions - the energy is very unsettled. Place the Pi Chu in the NORTHEAST (closer to, but not directly in the EAST) to smooth the way so the year proceeds with minimal problems.
Facing Tai Sui influence - This influence will affect the clashing sign which is the zodiac sign 180-degrees or completely opposite that of the current year. This indicates the energy of the year may be completely opposite the usual nature of that sign. It is often a challenging year with many obstacles, interruptions, difficulties, delays, and loss. Place the Pi Chu in the SOUTHWEST (closer to, but not directly in the WEST) to smooth the way so the year proceeds with minimal problems.
The Pi Chu is a protective heavenly creature resembling a Chinese Lion with horn(s), and little wings allowing it to fly between Heaven and Earth.
The 9th son of the Dragon King, and favorite of the Jade Emperor, the Pi Chu eats but does not dispose. With its big infinite appetite, especially for gold, silver, and jewels, it is recommended for people who want lots of money coming in but not a lot of money going out.
Fierce guardian and loyal protector, they ward off, attack, and eat demons, evil spirits, disease, and bad luck— turning it into great wealth.
Use to suppress negative harmful energy while bestowing good fortune.
Pi Chu (regardless of whether it is the male or female variety) provides a minimum of eight blessings:
Brings good luck and fortune
Generates good Feng Shui or Earth luck
Attracts wealth and prosperity
Protects individuals, homes, and businesses
Drives away obstacles and hardships
Grants windfall luck
Guards against accidents in travel
Appeases Tai Sui and brings good favor
Sometimes depicted with 2 horns, the female Pi Chu, Bìxié (辟邪 bìxié, meaning to ward off evil spirits) is better at protecting.
Sometimes depicted with 1 horns, the male Pi Chu, Tiānlù (天祿; tiānlù, meaning heavenly blessing/prosperity) is better at amassing wealth.
Having a pair of Pi Chu is having the best of both worlds!
How to use:
Place in the yearly direction of the Tai Sui Influence and Facing Tai Sui Influence.
(If possible, have them FACING the direction of the Tai Sui/Facing Tai Sui Influence if there is a door or window in that direction. If not, they can be placed in that location facing the main door or window.)
A pair can also be displayed in the Living Room.
Do not place in the bathroom or directly on the floor (unclean energy, disrespectful).
Keep on an elevated surface, but lower than deity statues (disrespectful if placed higher).
Do not place in the bedroom (place of rest, personal activity).
Do not face them directly at each other, their energy should work together, not against each other.
Do not face them directly at you, where you sit, or rest (their energy may be too strong).
Alternatively, can be placed in locations of importance if not in conflict with other influences.
Each Pi Chu pair is hand-carved of natural stone, and as such, each one is unique in color and design. The one you receive may differ slightly from the one depicted. Please allow us to intuitively choose the right one for you.