Mystical Powers? Energizing? Chimes? Who knew!

Considered a symbol of good fortune in Roman times, chimes called “tintinnabulum” were hung in gardens and porticoes to provide protective powers from evil entities.
In India, during the second century and later in China, small wind bells were hung under the corners of the rooves of pagodas, temples, palaces and homes to frighten away lurking evil spirits and to attract benevolent ones.
Presently in Asia, wind chimes are commonly used to maximize the flow of chi, or life's energy, and are a sensory element in the practice Feng Shui.
Now I won’t promise any of my chimes are capable of the benefits as listed above, but I will absolutely guarantee each of them to elicit a smile, a sense of fascination and a compliment.
Regards, Gary