Cinnabar, red represents auspiciousness, joy, enthusiasm, unrestrainedness, passion, and fighting spirit. In many countries and nations, red has the function of expelling evil. For example, in ancient China, the walls of many palaces and temples were red. Officials, official residences, and costumes are mostly red, namely the so-called "Zhu Men" and "Zhu Yi". In traditional Chinese culture, the color corresponding to fire in the Five Elements is red, and the Li Gua in gossip also symbolizes red.
Cinnabar is not only a holy object to ward off evil spirits. Since ancient times, it has been a festival and a wedding. From the lanterns, costumes and accessories, to the decoration and equipment used, the bright red color is used to reflect the abundance of happy events. It not only expressed congratulations to the festival and inner joy, but also radiated from the red festivity. This auspicious red color conveys a lasting festive atmosphere.
The finished product made of cinnabar is not only beautiful, but also calms the mind and wards off evil spirits. For example, the cinnabar transfer beads of Ji Zhaotang use purple gold sand, and many friends also use it to pray. People who often have bad luck can hang cinnabar in the car to concentrate their minds, and they can also wear cinnabar bracelets to help themselves.
The most important effect of cinnabar jewelry is to "ward off evil spirits". It has been a holy product for evil spirits since ancient times. I feel that the bright red cinnabar has a very strong "yang energy".