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AUSPICIOUS FENG SHUI ITEMS

WU LU WITH FIVE ANCIENT COINS OF THE FIVE QING EMPERORS

While the five coins complement the Wu Lu (Gourd), the bat and turtle miniatures inside the Wu Lu symbolise 'wealth and honour', as the Chinese pronunciation of bat sounds like 'fu' (wealth) and that of turtle sounds like 'gui' (honour). The Wu Lu and its contents are able to ward off diseases and amplify the positive effect. The major use of this item is to counteract the evil spirits of contrasting traffic directions, sharp corners of building exteriors and cross beams, as well as to repel evil spirits generally.

THE AUSPICIOUS DRAGON

In Feng Shui theories, there is a rule that says "Green Dragon on the left, White Tiger on the right". The Green Dragon represents an honourable person, while the White Tiger represents a villain. The Dragon is the head of the four spiritual creatures (the rest are the Qilin, Phoenix and Turtle), symbolising dignity, power and an auspicious sign. Hence, putting a dragon ornament in the house will bring in auspiciousness, as well as symbolise a tower of strength for support.

MAGNIFICENT RUYI PIXIU

Master Hui has designed this ornament in such a way that the Pixiu carries the auspicious words "Jin Bi Hui Huang" (金碧辉煌) and a Ruyi on its body, symbolising good luck, good wealth, power, prosperity, peace and every matter goes according to one's wishes. The Pixiu has one of its foot on a coin and another on an ingot, which symbolise attracting and keeping wealth.

TREASURE TRIPOD

On the two sides of the tripod are two dragons playing with the pearl, which symbolise drawing in wealth. With green olivine in the tripod and ancient coins on top, this ornament that symbolises accumulating wealth is most suitable for putting at the fortune position at home or office, to bring about the auspicious effect of keeping and building up of wealth.

WEN CHANG PAGODA WITH FOUR TURTLES

This auspicious item symbolises good studies and career. Master Hui has designed the item in such a way that four turtles sit at the four sides of the pagoda, symbolising help from four honourable persons will be coming in from all directions. This will be beneficial for improving luck at work. Also, as turtles have long lives, they symbolise a smooth career that will be long-lasting.



GOOD LUCK GOLDEN PIXIU

Function: For luck, strengthen fortune, enjoy a life of peace and comfort

THE PROSPEROUS TOAD

Function: Good for enhancing money luck and the chance of windfall, as well as for accumulating wealth.

THE HONOURABLE TURTLE

Function: Good for avoiding villains and attracting honourable persons; good for warding off diseases and maintaining health.

THE AUSPICIOUS QILIN

Function: Good for warding off evil spirits and keeping one safe; good for resolving misfortunes.

THE POPULAR ELEPHANT

Function: Good for enhancing wisdom and promoting academic and career performance.

THE ASCENDING WEN CHANG PAGODA

Function: Good for bringing in good luck and enhancing good fortune, as well as improving relationships.



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