This is a beautiful figure of the Kuan Kong, the famous Chinese God of War. He is depicted riding atop his horse, wearing a Dragon war robe and holding his mighty Dragon sword, also known as “Kwan Dao”.
In business, the Kuan Kong charging on Horse is very suitable to be placed in the reception area facing outwards to protect your business from fraud and embezzlement. He will ward off competitors and help your business to prosper despite all odds. Kuan Kong will also help to dissolve away bad energy and evil that could bring you accidents and lawsuits.
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What the Kwan Kung symbolizes and its Application in Symbolism Feng Shui:
Kuan Ti, the legendary hero from the days of the three kingdoms is one of the most war famous generals in Chinese history. Revered as China’s finest military hero, he was later deified as the God of War and named Kwan Kung. Today, Kwan Kung is the renowned defender of all; the great protector of the oppressed, patron of the military and Armed Forces, and guardian deity for triads, politicians, and business leaders. It is believed that leaders and businessmen who place an image of this deity behind them at work will never lack support from important people. Kwan Kung through his protective influences has also eventually become a symbol of wealth. Thus he has many roles and is a most useful personage to have in the house which brings multiple benefits. It is not necessary to worship or pray to this deity.
Display a Kuan Kung by your main door to ward off those with ill intentions. He must always be placed facing the entrance if protection is needed against evil, bad influences, and people with bad intentions. It is said that all negative energy and Sar chi (killing breath) entering the house will be reflected in the presence of Kwan Kung with a fierce countenance.
Images of Kuan Kung, represent a powerful, confident, honorable, and successful leader who is very effective for energizing the Northwest sector to enhance Mentor luck based on the Pakua 8 Aspirations Theory. This also makes sure there are peace and harmony for everyone in the home and protection for the Father (Patriarch).
Kuan Kung is a must in business premises or shops facing the entrance at reception to assure themselves victory in competitive businesses and protection. Kwan Kung protects the establishment from fraud and embezzlement, promotes loyalty, and ensures smooth sailing. This is believed to help the business prosper even against overwhelming odds.