All The Amazing Secrets Behind Buddhist Feng Shui Temple Bells

Buddhist bell from temple in chain mai.

Buddhist bell from temple in chain mai. Photo © 2006 Pisut Pisutvanichakul.

Buddhist feng shui temple bells are a very significant part of the temple or of the bells depending on how you approach the situation. There is an ancient Chinese proverb that states that if there is a temple, there is a bell and where there is a bell, there is a temple. The Buddhist feng shui temple bells are regarded by the Chinese as extremely sacred and with great feeling the sound of the Buddhist feng shui temple bells is in itself, a sound that cries out the need and desire for peace and balance among all living things on earth.

Different Types of Buddhist Feng Shui Temple Bells

There are several types of Buddhist feng shui temple bells that one can purchase and incorporate into his or her own `temple' and they are relatively inexpensive also. The bells ringing have since long ago symbolized the purification that is taking place within the sacred place that houses the temple bells as well as the desire for balanced lives. `Chi' is the flow of energy that is ever present although invisible and feng shui temple bells were created to assist the flow of energy throughout the `temple' also.

A very popular Buddhist feng shui temple bell is called the Buddha Blessing Bell and it is rafted after the well-known and respected leader, Buddha. Buddha has been thought to be the world's greatest teacher in the religious spectrum due to his empowering beliefs that the human mind was mighty in strength and could achieve things that most common people believed were completely unachievable. The Buddhist feng shui temple bells were created in his memory to continue on his amazing teachings with the spirit and the drive that he had and these bells are believed to bring balance and harmony.

There is Buddhist feng shui temple bells that are also geared at other aspects of your life such as wealth. Wealth is something that most people crave their entire lives and very seldom achieve it and in order to create that positive energy flow that creates wealth, a Buddhist feng shui temple bell was invented to promote wealth especially for small store owners who would hang these temple bells directly over the cash register as a symbol of good fortune, protection against the unknown as well as luck. Ancient Chinese store owners would often hang Buddhist feng shui temple bells at the front door entrance to the store or restaurant to inspire and encourage the positive flow of energy both in and out of the store.

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Copyright © 2007 Elizabeth Harding