7 Lucky Gods of Japan
by Stewart Farquharson
The Seven Lucky Gods are beloved, teased, and honored in small shops and roadside shrines all over Japan. They are:
Hotei – the chubby laughing monk with the big belly you can rub for good luck. (pronounced Ho tay) He carries a bag and loves children. He is aware of the reality behind this world of dreams.
Jurojin – he carrieds a staff with a magic scroll tied to it, which tells the lifespan of all things, and wears a floppy hat. He has a white beard, and is the grandson of the hermit Fukurokujo the South Pole Star. He gives long life.
Bishamonten – he is a warrior, with a pike and armour but he defends you from enemies. He holds a treasure which he gives away. He is connected with the Hindu god Kubera in his form Vaisravana, god of the north. As such, he can control wild nature spirits and fairies and magic.
WHAT YOU WILL RECEIVE:
- Distance attunement
- Short manual
- Bonus manuals including information about chakras, auras, psychic self-development, etc
PLUS – you can pass this wonderful energy onto others!!
All of the information for the course and bonus manuals will be sent to you by email