The Victory Banner: A Powerful Feng Shui Tool for Career Success

Published Pebrero 15, 2012 by jptan2012

One of the most ubiquitous Buddhism symbol is the Victory Banner or Banner of Victory. You’ll usually see an image of the Victory Banner on the roofs of Buddhist temples in Bhutan, Tibet, Nepal, Cambodia, Thailand, Burma.

Victory Banner also called as The Banner of Victory

The Victory Banner is an emblem adopted by the Buddhist to signify the Historical Buddha’s, Sakyamuni (also spelled as Shakyamuni) Buddha, enlightenment. It is said that Sakyamuni Buddha himself has placed the very first Victory banner on top of Mt. Meru-a sacred mountain in Buddhism and Hinduism cosmology, and is considered s the center of all the physical, spiritual, mental, and metaphysical universe.

Placing the Banner of Victory or Victory Banner on your desk signifies that you’ll triumph all obstacles. Wearing an image of the Victory Banner as a pendant, specially if its made in gold, it becomes a powerful Feng Shui tool to herald your success against obstacles, competitions, envious people, hindrances.

Banner of Victory Pendant

If you want a project to go smoothly and for it to be successful, put a Banner of Victory on your table and/or wear a Victory Banner pendant.

I have a Victory Banner pendant made of gold which I always wear to ensure my success in an undertaking, specially if its a big project.

The Victory Banner is also one of the featured image in the WISH FULFILLING AND BUDDHA’S BLESSING MANTRA PENDANT.

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