This beautiful bejeweled “Gau” features the Manjushri. Studded with dazzling jewels, the Manjushri is surrounded by his flaming sword and the four auspicious symbols linked with academic success. This Feng Shui amulet can be used to attract scholastic good luck to the student taking an exam, especially if he or she is vying for a scholarship. Keep it close by to you. Display it on your study desk.
Manjushri or Manjushree is the Bodhisattva of Divine Wisdom and Knowledge, also known as the “Gently Auspicious One”, and the flaming sword (Khadaga) is his weapon. This sacred two-sided sword represents wisdom. It cuts through the net of ignorance and delusion, hostilities and conflict, obscurity from the truth and misunderstanding – allowing you to tap into your vast inner intelligence and knowledge so that you can make important decisions with incredible clarity of thought that will lead to the best outcomes for you. He bestows the power of eloquence and memory. Manjushri is traditionally invoked by writers and scholars because he is worshipped as the patron of arts, linguistics, grammar, and sciences. Of all the Bodhisattvas, Manjushri has perhaps the closest association with the Buddha and could be said to represent his genius. One of the would-be Buddhas, he eliminates darkness and spreads true knowledge.
This amulet is also useful to those in college or those who have graduated at any level and are now facing the task of getting a job. Those who are young adults entering the workforce or young children who are hoping to have a successful education could benefit from keeping this Feng Shui Amulet close by. Those whose Zodiac animal sign, bedroom, or main door blessed by the #4 Education Star are said to benefit greatly to own this Amulet for good luck in their academic or career luck.