The dragon-faced wooden swords carved by Tao masters are one of the main props of feng shui. The magnetic field created by the peach wood sword offers complete protection to its owner. It also ensures abundant source of positive energy.
The ancient Tao masters always had the swords by their side as they conducted mystical rituals. The Chinese had long relied on the powers of the sword for their various rituals.
Many of the Chinese people still use the swords to keep fear and nightmare at bay. The swords are hung in the bedrooms to ensure contented sleep to the children and adults alike.
Feng shui experts claim that the device acts as a protective cover against demons and evil powers. They say that the swords can ward off the evil spirits that could get into the body of people who have visited the sick or attended a funeral.
Another important feng shui instrument is a treasure chest. The Li Yuvan Wealth Temple was discovered by Tao monks who were digging a megalith in ancient China.
The Chinese still believe that the temple-shaped chest is a symbol of wealth and prosperity.
This chest is believed to help in granting of wishes, tiding over poverty and ushering in the good times. This chest should be kept in the southeast direction with all the necessary preparation.
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