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"Kai Guang" consecrated meaning 1 year, 8 months ago #17843

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Hi,

anyone care to explain on the term "kai guang" / consecrated items?

Can any taoist monk able to do that?
Are there any need to kai guang figurines for feng shui display?

Why do people "kai guang" feng shui items?

Thank u for any kind soul who reply.

Re: "Kai Guang" consecrated meaning 1 year, 8 months ago #17847

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The meaning varies in the different traditions but one of the meanings is act of formal consecration for proper usage by dotting the eyes of a statue, especially protective cures.
The literal meaning of Kaiguang is "opening of light". The ritual is performed by senior Buddhist and is done by inviting a specific deity, Buddha or Bodhisattva to empower an "empty" effigy of themselves and to fill it with a divine essence.


If you make a donation to a Buddhist establishment they MAY gift you with a "Kai Guang Amulet" which is really powerful protection amulet.

Take care

Re: "Kai Guang" consecrated meaning 1 year, 8 months ago #17850

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Thank u for the reply Gosia !

However, i wld also like to know whether is it alright to have all items consecrated & displayed at home?
For example, few horses figurines, roosters, fu lu sou etc?

So does items consecrated works at better level than those didn't?
Thank u once again.

Re: "Kai Guang" consecrated meaning 1 year, 8 months ago #17970

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Items that protect your house from evil energy like fu dogs is best if their eyes are doted in the beginning of each year.

There is no need to consecrate items like horses , roosters, , fu lou sou, as they belong to enhancers. What you can do to protect the energy of the figurines in your house especially items with eyes is to place seed syllable HUM mantra stickers on the back of them, and cleanse them yearly to refresh their energy. Feng shui items work no need to consecrate, but is good to have consecrated amulet for protection when the year is not favoring your sign.

Take care

Re: "Kai Guang" consecrated meaning 1 year, 3 months ago #19948

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So I haves recieved 2 of these amulets and a bracelet in the 3 days. They came days and miles after the other. Deeper meaning? Or just lucky?
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