This three-pointed khatvanga trident is the implement of Guru Rinpoche, Padmasambhava. This three prong weapon symbolizes many things - victory over the three poisons - attraction, aversion and confusion/ignorance. It also represents the nature, essence and compassionate energy or stand for Guru Rinpoche's mastery over the three times: past, present, and future. It also evokes the Three Jewels (Buddha, Dharma and Sangha) in our mind. Below the prongs are transfixed with three heads.
In Feng Shui, this symbol is used to overcome tension with people in influential or high positions. Display the Golden Trident of Guru Rinpoche on your workdesk to safeguard you from offending people in powerful positions such as your boss, the authority and law enforcers. It gets you out of trouble from the laws and legal issues. This symbol is also believed to eliminate argumentative energy with co-workers and reduce office-politicking, paving a smooth path for your career advancement.
Display it in the home to ease difficulties instigated by the #3 Quarrelsome Star and to keep peace and promote harmony.