This is a story about the Stone Tablet
Tai San Shi Kan Ton
and how to use it
Shui Kan Ton was a person with superhuman powers who protected his village from danger. Everyone knew that there would be no danger because Shui Kan Ton protected them.
Additionally, Shui Kan Ton's village was located at Tai San, which is one of the grandest mountains in China, and very difficult to climb. So, with Tai San and Shui Kan Ton in the same place, the people were thoroughly protected from all danger and evil spirits. This is true, and so for hundreds of years people have engraved "Tai San Shi Kan Ton" on a big rock or a tablet which is cemented on a wall or large rock and placed at a 'T' intersection. Energetically this caligraphy and the empowerment which accompanies its installation diffuses the huge rush of Qi (chi) from a situation such as a 'T' intersection and keeps that channelled Qi from barelling into whatever it is headed for.
So if you have a home which is situated like this then you would want to place a Tai San Shi Kan Ton stone between your home and the intersection of the roads, to keep the road Qi, which can be thought of as a flowing river of Qi, from uncontrollably flowing into your home and overwhelming it with its ceaseless energy.
Copyright ©1997 by Edgar Sung, all rights reserved.
Feng Shui Stories by Dr. Edgar Sung