The 7 Gods of Good Fortune Clear Quartz Carvings

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In what areas in your life are you desiring greater luck? Love and relationships? Finances? Career and service? Self-acceptance? The 7 Gods of Good Fortune Clear Quartz Carvings will bring some favor and victory to the areas that mean the most to you. The Seven Lucky Gods, or the Shichifukujin, are an eclectic group of seven deities with Japanese, Indian, and Chinese origins. These deities – Ebisu, Daikokuten, Bishamonten, Benzaiten, Jurojin, Hotei, and Kichijoten – are believed to represent good luck and each helps in a specific area. These carvings feature the seven deities and are carved from AA quality clear quartz, which amplifies the power and qualities of each specific deity. Some of these figurines have rainbow inclusions and some are smoky for additional protection and healing power. If you’ve been wishing on a star for a change in your life, these pieces just might be the help needed to make your dreams come true.

The deeper magic of The 7 Gods of Good Fortune Clear Quartz Carvings

Clear quartz is the most pervasive crystal in the gem world and has three major properties: Amplification, programmability, and magnification. It can be used to boost the energies of other stones and is ideal for crystal grids. Clear quartz activates the Soul Star Chakra, your connection to the stars and other dimensions. It possesses a high vibration that immediately draws people in, and it can be used to magnify frequencies of abundance, light, and love – or any intention you wish to amplify.

In Japanese culture, the number 7 is seen as a number of fortune and good luck. The seven deities and their meanings are:

Ebisu represents success and prosperity in business. Traditionally, Ebisu symbolized safe sailing, boating, and plentiful fishing. He has evolved to include all trades and is believed to grant favor to people in all occupations. Ebisu is usually characterized with a fish.

Daikokuten is known as the god of wealth and prosperity, and he specifically signifies fortune. Of Indian origin, he’s normally seen with a bag filled with fortunes slung over his shoulder, sitting on bags of rice. Daikokuten’s name literally translates to “Great Black Deva” and he’s considered a god of earth, agriculture, and wealth.

Bishamonten is a deity of treasure, wealth, and warriors. He assists in battle and defends nations. Of Indian origin, Bishamonten is said to reward those who follow him with riches and good luck. He heals illnesses, removes negative forces and entities, and is associated with the virtue of dignity. Bishamonten is often depicted as a warrior with a helmet.

Benzaiten is originally a Hindu goddess of water. In her Japanese embodiment, she is known as the deity of arts and knowledge. Benzaiten is often located near bodies of water and is associated with the virtue of amiability. She is usually seen with a musical instrument.

Jurojin is a god of wisdom and originates from the Taoist pantheon. He’s associated with the virtue of longevity and is often depicted as an older man with a long, white beard. He carries a staff with a scroll tied to it, which is said to hold all the records of good and bad deeds done by all beings.

Hotei, or the laughing Buddha, is the deity of contentment and happiness. He reminds us to find delight in the comforts of life and to enjoy the preciousness of the moment. Hotei represents happiness, laughter, and the wisdom found in contentment. He’s usually depicted as a jolly man with a big belly, wearing the biggest smile across his face.

Kichijoten is originally a Hindu goddess and was a wife of Vishnu in Hindu mythology. Her Hindu embodiment is as Lakshmi. She is the deity of beauty, merit, fertility, and prosperity, and is often seen with a lotus flower.

Work with one of The 7 Gods of Good Fortune Clear Quartz Carvings during meditation for a deeper awareness and clarity on the areas you’d like to experience better luck in. Place one on your altar, desk, or any space in your home that could use the fortune these pieces are sure to bring!

This listing is for one (1) The 7 Gods of Good Fortune Clear Quartz Carving (about 2-3”). I have seven deities for you to choose from: Ebisu, Daikokuten, Bishamonten, Benzaiten, Jurojin, Hotei, and Kichijoten. Please choose the deity that calls to you from the drop-down menu. Yours will arrive lovingly parceled along with a single leaf of white sage and a card describing the properties of the stone.

Blessings,
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  1. Rated 5 out of 5
    Beautiful Bishamonten

    Hilary R.

    This carved figure is incredibly detailed and beautiful. I bought Bishamonten and he’s residing on my main alter now, it’s energies are very welcomed there ❤️

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