Ksiddigarbha with 3 Celestial Guardians


The 3 Celestial Guardians with the Boddhisattva Ksiddigarbha is a powerful cure against hostile, quarrelsome, and other negative energies.

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Crafted from gold plated brass and accented with red crystals, this stunning figurine combines the power of the 3 Celestial Guardians with the Boddhisattva Ksiddigarbha to result in a powerful cure against hostile, quarrelsome, and other negative energies. Sitting on the back of a Pi Yao, Ksiddigarbha carries his 6-ring staff and fireball while the Chi Lin and Fu Dog stand on guard nearby.


Ksiddigarbha or Ksitigarbha is one of the four principal bodhisattvas in East Asian Mahayana Buddhism. Known as Di-Zang Pu Sa in Chinese, Ksiddigarbha is usually depicted as a monk holding a six-ring alarm staff and flaming a red fireball to dispel the darkness of the infernal realm. He is famed and revered for his great vow to help beings in all realms to gain enlightenment before he would become a Buddha, that is to abstain from Buddhahood until “…all sentient beings have all been liberated from sufferings” and “all the Hells are empty”. Full of limitless compassion, Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha is widely worshipped in China and Japan. It is believed that one can recite this Bodhisattva’s name continuously to purify karma and be untouched by any sort of evil.

Meanwhile, the Three Celestial Guardians are the most well-known remedy for the 3 Killings (Sarm Saat) or Triple Conflicts which brings three types of harm. It comprises a Pi Yao, a Chi Lin, and a Fu Dog. The Pi Yao protects against loss of wealth, Chi Lin protects against loss of relationships and the Fu Dog protects against accidents.

Pi Yao

The Pi Yao is a mystical creature that is a particularly powerful and auspicious creature of good fortune. Chinese adore the Pi Yao because of its protective, obedient, and loyal nature. It is believed that the Pi Yao will always try its best to fulfill its owner’s wish and protect its owner from any harm. Pi Yao also has the ability to help anyone having bad Feng Shui due to having offended the Grand Duke Jupiter (Tai Sui).

Chi Lin

The Chi Lin, also known as Dragon Horse, is the Chinese Unicorn, a legendary creature with the head of a dragon, scales of carp upon the body of a horse, and a tail consisting of little curls. The Chi Lin’s presence is said to attract the powerful cosmic breath of the dragon, which promises good omens, wealth, success, longevity, wisdom, compassion, and distinguished children. The magnificent Chi Lin is believed to have great protective abilities.

Fu Dog

Fu Dogs are mythical animals and guardians of the heavenly gate. They have fear-inspiring faces and muscular bodies and are believed to be protectors that ward off evil influences and spirits. It is their task to probe the mind and intentions of the entering guest. The Fu Dogs also nourishes Chi that enters the home or business premises and thus brings in good fortune.

Place the Ksiddigarbha with 3 Celestial Guardians in the sector afflicted by the 3 Killings and/or #3 Quarrelsome flying star to enjoy blessings of good fortune and harmony. Refer to our Flying Star and 3 Killings Charts to find out their locations in the current year.

Additional information

Weight 2.1 kg
Dimensions 12.7 × 8.9 × 10.2 cm



Gold Plated