Chi Lin or sometimes referred to as Dragon Horse is Chinese Unicorn. Chi Lin is always associated to Royal Status and its army. In the old Chinese emperor, Chi Lin is always present whenever there is an imperial seal. The Chi Lin is also the symbol of the first rank military official like Generals and it is also shown in imperial court judge robe where they wear during official work. Chi Lin is also a symbol of very important people during the imperial time.
It aggressiveness symbol in the military and the imperial courts symbolize aggressiveness toward your career advancement. It also represents good fortune in promotion for those wanted career advancement and it is lucky for those working in the armed forces or military. It is believed by many to be the ultimate form of protection. It is said to act as a deterrent against anyone intending you harm. Wandering evil spirits are also said to be frightened away by the powerful figures of the Chi Lin.
We suggest you to place this item at home or in the office. Its symbolic nature will spur you on and see you through the day with a calm feeling of protection and good fortune.
Like Fu Dog, place a pair of Chi Lin on your entrance of your house. Place Male Chi Lin at the left hand side and the other on the right hand side of your entrance (inside looking out). Do place them on a high ground and not on the floor. It will bring blessing to your home or your office. Chi Lin can also symbolize lots of offspring to your family.
You can also place a pair of Chi Lin on your working tables to bring career luck and it is also an auspicious symbol to place on your work desk.
Place the Chi Lin facing outside your house. Do not face inwards. For placing on your work desk, place the Chi Lin facing away from your desk. Do not place the Chi Lin facing towards you.
Size : 8x3x6cm
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