BAGUA is a sacred octagonal figure that affords protection from negative forces and activates positive forces. There are yin bagua reserved for the protection of the dead and yang bagua for the living. The Concave bagua is used for homes below the road line to change and enhance luck.
DRAGON TORTOISE is a celestial creature said to be a hybrid of the celestial dragon with the sturdy and steadfast tortoise, and is displayed by many Feng Shui practitioners to bring great fortune to their homes or workplaces.
The Dragon Headed Tortoise is a powerful symbol attracting support, wealth and good luck. Dragon and success, and the tortoise’s longevity of tenure, ensuring a long and successful career. It is a must have if you are in business . The Dragon Tortoise is also a fantastic energizer for scholastic finesse and superior knowledge. Used for great protection against the Grand Duke
FUK LUK SAU three Feng Shui gods, respectively, the god of Wealth and Happiness, the gods of High Rank and Affluence, and the god of Health and Longevity.
Representing happiness and harmony, Fuk deity carries a scroll and sometimes children with him for good descendant luck. Luk deity holds a sceptre of office called Ru Yi, or a gold ingot to symbolize prosperity, authority and wealth. Luk deity always stands in the centre and ensures your career success and enhanced income luck. Sau deity is depicted as carrying a staff and a peach, also known as the fruit of immortality. Sometimes, the gourd containing the Elixir of life is tied on the staff. He symbolizes good health and longevity.
They radiate boundless inner harmony and great warmth. Seldom missing from any Chinese home that believes in Feng Shui, the Chinese strongly believe that if you place the Fuk Luk Sau in a place of view in your dining and living room, they will bring you harmony and great good fortune for the household. These Gods are rarely worshipped at an altar. They are regarded more as symbolic representations than as deities, and thus have little religious significance.
Fuk Luk Sau should be placed on a high side table, preferably at the height of eye view with a solid wall behind them in the dining room or living room from where they are said to create auspicious chi for the entire household. At the office, Fuk Luk Sau can be placed behind you giving vital support and good luck.
GOLD INGOTS are called “Yuen Bao” in Chinese. They were used as a currency by high officials and emperors in ancient China and today, in Feng Shui terms, they are regarded as the symbol of wealth and fortune. Gold ingots are extremely auspicious and are essential ingredients for wealth vases and wealth ships. Placing them with other wealth deities such as Fuk Luk Sau and Chai Sen Yeh will magnify the effect.
You can place the gold ingots in Southeast corner of your living or family rooms, offices or business premises to activate the wealth sector based on the Pakua 8 Aspirations Life Theory and thus attract money luck. It can also be used to energize mentor luck in the Northwest sector.
The gold ingot is a good metal cure to use to weaken and suppress the earth element of Illness Star #2 and Five Yellow Star #5 in sectors afflicted by these sickness and health problems while the Five yellow manifests as accidents, mishaps and losses.
GOLD CITRINE Genuine yellow citrine has been endorsed by all Feng Shui masters to be the “Period-8 Merchant Gemstone”. This is because period 8 (2004-2024) is earth element. Citrine being dug from the earth is filled with pure earth energy. Furthermore its yellow color will further complement its earth energy. Therefore, citrine would be the most important crystal wealth energizer for Period 8. This item will invite more solid wealth luck and income luck for you throughout the next twenty years (2004-2024). Citrine is capable to increase income, speculative and wealth luck!
GOLD BARS are universal representation of GOLD and signifies solid reserve, bypassing money notes because its value is unchallengeable. Gold bars set the fundamental baseline for world currencies from its reserve in the bank. In feng shui, no doubt it is a strong representation of wealth, income opportunity, prosperity and abundance.
HORSE (seventh sign of the Chinese Zodiac) in Chinese Feng Shui symbolizes perseverance, strength, Horse figurines in your home or workplace will strengthen and enhance all the good traits and characteristics it represents in family members born in the year of Horse. It is no surprise that you can almost always find paintings and sculptures of horses in Chinese homes and businesses.
In Feng Shui, the horses are usually classified into Tribute Horse and Victory Horse.
In ancient China, the Chinese had always associated the tribute horse with gifts given to emperors and high officials, brought by the vanquished to the victors after wars and battles. The tribute horse are seen decorated with robes, laden with valuables such as gold ingots, pearls, gems, gold coins and etc., which represents the aspiration of a comfortable life. The tribute horse brings fame; recognition and triumph over competitors, ensuring your talents and hard work are acknowledged and rewarded.
On the other hand, Victory horses are shown galloping, running upwards signifying upward mobility and promotion, steady and speedy climb to fame and success in career and life. Sometimes they are depicted with birds at their feet, suggesting that the horses are running as fast as the bird can fly. This symbolizes success at an accelerated rate!
THE JADE PLANT is the ultimate symbol of prosperity for the Chinese. It’s flat round leaves and compact shape makes it the Asian equivalent of a money tree. Bury Chinese coins in the soil of the plant and place in the wealth corner of your office or home. Symbolically as the plant of tree grows so to will abundance increase in your life. This plant is particularly auspicious, for greater prosperity, buy two or three plants and place in the same area or at the front and back doors of your home to hold your money luck within your home or business.
LAUGHING BUDDHA Legend has it that nothing would make Buddha happier to see people’s problem, worries and sadness transform into happiness. It is said that his inner smile is so strong that it radiates throughout his entire face. He brings happiness wherever he goes. The Laughing Buddha is a well known symbol of wealth, happiness, innocent and contended joy; just looking at his jolly face will cheer you up. It is believed by rubbing his belly, which is said to contain much wealth, it will bring good luck and prosperity to all in the home and the bigger his round tummy, the more auspicious the image. This wonderfully jolly deity is one of the most beloved of Buddha images he can be seen in almost every Chinese households and restaurants throughout the world. The Laughing Buddha is also known as the Buddha of Wealth, usually depicted carrying wealth symbols such as pots of gold, large ingots and a sack believed to contain treasures. He sometimes carry a “wu lou” (gourd), a symbol of good health and longevity and wealth.
MANDARIN DUCKS symbolize happiness in love and suggestive of romance, devotion, affection, conjugal fidelity, togetherness and enduring love. Mandarin ducks live in couples and mourn the loss of their mates, which is why the bird has long been regarded as the most traditional and the most potent symbol of love and married bliss in Feng Shui practice.
When placed in pair nearby their owners, Mandarin Ducks becomes a powerful cure to attract or enhance love and relationships. For singles, the pair of Mandarin Ducks will enhance your chances of finding love partners; for lovers, it will bring you marriage Mandarin Ducks will hold out the promise of a marriage spouses.They must face each other.
MONEY FROG, is also known as the three legged toad or “Chan Chu” in Chinese is probably the most auspicious symbol of money-making. This mythical creature is said to appear every full moon near homes that will receive good news of increased wealth or monetary gain. Often portrayed sitting on a bed of wealth bearing a coin in its mouth, it is a wonderful symbol for wealth and career luck and for the patriarch of the family. The Money Frog is used for attracting wealth and abundance and can often be seen near cash registers, receptions, managers’ desk and offices in Oriental countries and many western countries these days as well.
PAGODA is a temple of knowledge, peace and silence. It symbolizes the path of wisdom. It is said that a person who knows more or is knowledgeable stands firm like a mountain or a pagoda and cannot be shaken by anything. The Pagoda is believed to possess the power to tame unruly minds and behaviours.You may read in Chinese tales, the Pagoda is used for taming of cheeky spirits by ‘imprisoning’ them. Hence the Pagoda is a very useful Feng Shui enhancer and cure that brings literary luck, fame luck, protection and advancement in career. It is also potent to ward off bad energy and killing forces (shar chi) in your home or business.
The Pagoda is a good metal cure to use to weaken and suppress the earth element of accidents, mishaps and losses.The Pagoda is best used to cure and control flying star 5.
PA KUA an 8 sided symbol that has trigrams arranged around the 8 sides. Each trigram gives meaning to the 8 major directions of the compass, which are also shown on the Pa Kua. South is always shown on top.
RU YI symbolizes authority and power. The Ru Yi being the scepter for Imperial courts and offices was used by high ranking government officials including empresses. Ru Yi has auspicious meanings: smoothness in endeavors and enhanced luck in undertakings. Ru Yi is also a potent symbol carried by Tua Peh Kong, Laughing Buddha and one of the Fuk Luk Sau (3 Star Gods), resulting in enhanced wealth and abundance. The symbol is most suitably used to bring our career to greater heights and raise the bar for authority. The item can be displayed to ensure we get enough control over subordinates at work and also if we have rebellious children. The Ru Yi can also protect you from evil, harmful people and misfortune.
The Ru Yi has many uses and its presence signifies many blessings.
1. Place the Ru Yi in the West (family luck corner) to enhance your authority in the family, especially over your children who are rebellious.
2. Place the Ru Yi in the Northwest of your living rooms or family rooms to energize your mentor luck. This would bring in helpful people and support from important people in your endeavors. It would also enhance your opportunities of getting a better job through helpful people.
WEALTH DEITIES AND HEROES Besides Laughing Buddha, there are a few other powerful Chinese wealth deities and heroes that are highly popular and very much in demand in Feng Shui for wealth protection and enhancers. They include the Eight Immortals (Deities of eight aspirations), Kwan Kung (God of War and Wealth), Military Wealth God (Bu Chai Shen), Fuk (Chai Shen Yeh as in the center figure of Fuk Luk Sau) and Tua Peh Kong.
WEALTH LOCK COIN AMULET A windfall luck magnifier, dates back to the Ming Dynasty, the Wealth Lock Coin is a designed amulet used to magnify speculative affairs such as lotteries, 4-digits, football bets, horse racing and the stock market. It is excellent for those who wish to invest in speculative investments too. The Wealth Lock Coin is meant to look after and secure your investments, wealth luck and abundance forever.
WIND CHIMES, also called magic bells, holds a significant presence in Feng Shui. It is without question the most powerful and versatile enhancer and cure to correct Feng Shui defects. The heralds of two wonderful messages: cheerfulness through the sound and life from the wind that breathes into the tubes, windchimes transform bad and harmful chi that enters your homes or offices into ‘seng chi’, the intrinsic energy which brings good fortune to its occupants.
Windchimes made of copper, bronze, aluminium; brass and steel are especially potent when there are Feng Shui defects to be corrected in the metal element corners (West and Northwest) and Water element corner (North) because Metal produces Water. Whereas wooden Windchimes such as those made of bamboos are only effective in the wood element corners (East and Southeast) as well as in the fire element corner (South) because Wood feeds Fire. Use ceramic Windchimes for the Southwest (love and romance luck), Northeast (knowledge luck) and Center (general luck of the whole family) sectors of the home. These are the Earth energy sectors.
Hanging metal Windchimes in the wood corners (East and Southeast) is to be avoided since Metal destroys Wood. However exceptions can be made if the annual malignant #5 yellow star and #2 black star resides here or if there is a need to deflect certain Shar Chi coming from these (wood) directions because the consequences would be worst if you had not.
As for the number of rods, the best numbers of rods to have is 6 or 8. These are the lucky numbers during this Feng Shui period 8 which starts from year 2004 and ends 2024. However, take note that the number of rods used has different effects on luck. Use 8 rods if you want to attract good luck in your lives. If you want to suppress bad luck, 6 are most suitable
8 CARPS ACTIVATE WEALTH CORNER For those who do not have a pond in the wealth corner, you are recommended to place 8 pieces of carps to activate either the SE corner or the location where water star # 8 resides in your premise to activate abundance in Period 8. The number eight is the best combination for Period of 8. Carps have always been the emblem of wealth and abundance. Carp has the awesome charm against bad luck and is included among the auspicious signs on footprint of Buddha. Carps are energetic and determined to resist big currents on the bottom. They can also be placed together with gold ingots to represent manifestation of lots of wealth and abundance.
9 EMPEROR COINS with red thread and mystic knot is essential to empower it for endless fortune to obtain strong financial luck and support from the 9 Emperors. It represents endless wealth and glamorous tidings for the family. 9 Emperor Coins tied in red thread consist of coins that are from the first nine Ching Dynasty Emperors.
Feng Shui masters believe that the 10th emperor is not considered auspicious because Ching Dynasty collapsed during his weak rulership. The dragon breathe for Ching Dynasty had ended after 9 generations. 9 is also a lucky number which represents abundance and completeness.