Feng Shui For Wealth
Feng Shui For Wealth
Among the many mascots in Chinese folklore, five of them are specially designed to improve wealth. Let'us introduce them to you:
Chinese folk-custom prosperous mascot:
The First Type: "Pi Xiu", along with kylin and dragons are legendary beasts. According to legend, "Pi Xiu" is a ferocious beast, and this beast is divided into female and male. The male is called "Pix" and the female is called "Xiu", but now there is no such thing as a male and a female. In the south of China, most people like to call this kind of beast "Pi Xiu", while in the north it is still called "Ward off evil spirits". Placing "Pi Xiu" in an appropriate position can achieve the effect of prospering wealth. According to legend, "Pi Xiu" is the most commonly used and most effective wealth-giving item among the folks. If you wear "Pi Xiu" items around your neck, be sure not to let people see them. If it is a home furnishing, its mouth must be facing the window or the door, so as to help you get rich.
There are many shapes of "Pi Xiu", which are difficult to subdivide. The more popular shape is a horn on the head, a long mane curled up all over the body, and some have two wings, tendrils on the tail."Pi Xiu" is a fierce beast. It is the sacred beast followed by the Taoist guardian god Wang Lingguan, and a general of the Taoist Thunder Department, it has the effect of deterring and warding off evil spirits. In ancient times, it was used to protect the tomb. It was the guardian beast of the tomb. It can be seen in front of the tomb of the ancient tomb, showing its courage.
"Pi Xiu" has always liked the taste of money. Placing the "Pi Xiu" in a proper place in the house or office can be effective in reaping wealth.
The placement of "Pi Xiu" is exquisite. Either it is facing the door or the window. If you can't do one of these two key points, don't bring it back home, it's useless.
To consecrate the "Pi Xiu", it is best not to be touched by anyone except yourself. If someone accidentally touches it, wash it with salt water to get rid of bad luck. (Remarks: Consecration, commonly known as opening the light in the old language, is mostly used on gods or religious artworks. It is through religious rituals to invite gods to enter the gods or religious artworks with spiritual power.)
When buying "Pi Xiu", you should choose those with big heads, big mouths, scaly armor, fierce looks, big buttocks, copper bell-like eyes, auspicious tail, refreshed; do not buy those are tangible and godless, looks dazed. The jade is of the best quality. After three years of wearing the jade, the spiritual power in it will be integrated with the owner. It protects the owner even if it is not consecrated, and it is better for the jade with floccules.
Many people like to put a pair of stone lions at the door of their homes. In fact, unless they are a wealthy family, if the house is not more than hundreds of square meters, using lions to protect the house will be counterproductive. As for "kylin", although it is more gentle than the stone lion, but this kind of beast is too righteous, it is more than enough to exorcism, but it is not enough to attract wealth. After all, "Pi Xiu" is the most popular. There are as many as 72 kinds of "Pi Xiu", of which 26 are the more negative ones, which are not used. The others are widely used in feng shui and improving luck. It can not only protect the house from evil, but also attract wealth. In particular, has a miraculous effect on attracting windfall.
What material of "Pi Xiu" is suitable for you to wear?
Generally, there are three types of materials for making "Pi Xiu". Different materials of "Pi Xiu" have different effects, but the best effect is the jade King of Jade "Pi Xiu", which has the greatest power to promote wealth and avoid evil.
Jadeite jade originally possesses the aura of all things. Of course, the "Pi Xiu" carved with jade is more effective, and generally jade carvings are worn on the body, which can protect your body.
How to take care of your "Pi Xiu"?
"Pi Xiu" is a beast, a beast that attracts wealth. "Pi Xiu" was the totem of two ancient clans. (Interpretation of totem: people in primitive society believe that a certain animal or natural object related to the clan is generally used as a symbol of the clan.) Legend has it that they have helped the two emperors of "Yan" and "Huang" fight for meritorious service, and they have been given the title of "Tianlu Beast", which are always auspicious things coming. It protects treasures for the emperor and is also a symbol of the royal family, called "Emperor Treasure". Because "Pi Xiu" specializes in eating beasts and evil spirits, it is also called "Exorcising evil spirits". Ancient Chinese Fengshui scholars believed that "Pi Xiu" was a mythical beast that turned disaster into auspiciousness. Note: The interpretation of the two emperors of "Yan" and "Huang", the two tribal leaders in the mythology of the Han nationality, "Yandi" and "Huangdi".
The staple food of "Pi Xiu" is gold and silver jewelry. It is naturally full of treasures. Therefore, it is deeply favored by the Jade Emperor and the Dragon King. However, it had eat too much, so it has diarrhea. The Jade Emperor was very angry, and slapped him down. As a result, he hit "Pi Xiu" in the ass, and the anus was sealed. Since then, gold, silver and jewellery can only be entered but not exited, so "Pi Xiu" is regarded as a lucky beast that attracts wealth and treasures.
"Pi Xiu" is also divided into male and female. In folklore, the male "Pi Xiu" represents the fortune of wealth, while the female "Pi Xiu" represents the treasury. If you have money, you must have a treasury to keep it. Therefore, the use of "Pi Xiu" mostly collects one pair at a time. They can really recruit fortune and treasure. But if you want to wear it on your body, it's better to have one to avoid fighting.
"Pi Xiu" is lazy and likes to sleep, so it's best to pick it up and touch it every day, play with it, or hang a bell around his neck, shake him every day to wake him up, and wealth will naturally follow coming.
If it is a "Pi Xiu" hanging on the neck, it must not be seen by people. If it is a home furnishings, be sure to let its mouth point towards the window or door, so as to help you attract wealth and protect the house.
"Pi Xiu" has twenty-six shapes, which can be transformed into many different bodies, unpredictable. It has a big mouth, a big belly, no anus, only eats but does not excrete, it symbolizes that wealth from all directions is gathered here, only eating but not excrete. At the same time, it can protect your home and ward off evil spirits, specially gather wealth and control power for the host. The important thing is to consecrate, otherwise it is still a handicraft, only appreciative but not spiritual.
How to Select "Pi Xiu"?
1. Pick the one with a big mouth and good chewing ability. If the mouth is not big enough, it won't be able to make more money.
2. You need to pick a big butt, and a big butt can pretend to be more.
3. The eyes must be energetic so that they can see clearly.
The Second Type: "Golden Toad". It is a toad with three legs. It is different from other four-legged toads. It can spray money. According to legend, it was originally a fairy. but was later conquered by "LiuHaijiang" Demon Master. To reverse the evil and return to righteousness, help the poor everywhere, and spray money to help people, so they were later regarded as wealthy beasts. It is said that "Golden Toad" likes to live in the treasure land, wherever the three-legged toad lives, there are many treasures underground. This is the principle of using money toads in Feng Shui. The most important thing in placing "Golden Toad" at home is to turn its mouth toward you, so that you can spray money to yourself.
Different types of "Golden Toad"
Different shapes of "Golden Toad" are standing in different ways. For "Golden Toad" with coin in the mouth, it is best to keep the mouth facing the room or inside the company, otherwise the money it spray out will be lost. Outside, it can't play a role in making money and recruiting luck. Or choose the financial position according to your own "Five Elements and Eight Characters", which can also have a good Feng Shui effect.
1. Mouth with Coin
Lucky "Golden Toad" is divided into two types: the mouth with coin and the mouth does not has coin. So what should you pay attention to when placing the lucky "Golden Toad" with money in the mouth? " "Golden Toad" When there is money in his mouth, when it is placed, the right side should turn to the inside. In places such as companies, residences, the "Golden Toad" with coin in the mouth cannot face to the door, it means that the money will spray out the door. That it is bad for wealth.
2. Mouth without Coin
For the "Golden Toad" who has no money in their mouths, it is placed in a different way from the "Golden Toad" who has money in their mouths. Its head has to be turned to the door of the company or residence to attract the luck of making money. But be careful not to face the door directly with head, it should be slightly tilted to avoid offending the door god.
Taboos of "Golden Toad":
1. "Golden Toad" cannot be placed face the fish tank
There is a saying in house feng shui that you will get rich when you encounter water, but it is not when it comes to Wealth feng shui. When we placed "Golden Toad", don't put the head of "Golden Toad" towards the fish tank. So if you want to keep your money, pay attention to the position. In addition to avoiding water, it cannot be placed under the beam.
2. Avoid directly facing the toilet and kitchen
"Golden Toad" can't face the toilet and kitchen except too. Because the kitchen and toilet are places where dirty smells are produced, if you keep it facing these two places for a long time, then the spirituality of "Golden Toad" will be weakened, so special attention is needed.
The Third Type: goldfish, koi: it takes the meaning of "a rich life, every year there is excess wealth and food!", the common "nine fish drawing" is the picture with nine "koi" or "goldfish". " "Fish" has been regarded as an auspicious thing since ancient times, because "fish" and "Yu" are Homophones in Chinese. As the saying goes, "you have surplus every year", and "nine" means long-lasting auspiciousness. Sometimes a pair of fish is placed in the interior decoration, which also means surplus every year.
The best orientation of the fish ornaments is the direction of the entrance door, or towards the east, which can improve the wealth of the family and promote our wealth and prosperity in the future. If it is unable to face the entrance door due to the structural problems of the house, then it is best to place the Fish with its head facing east. Because the water flows eastward, the fortune will be better if the water flows, and the wealth will be hindered if the water is upstream.
Taboos for placing fish ornaments:
1. Avoid placing it facing the kitchen
Fish ornament are a kind of decoractions of the "five elements" belonging to water. If we place them, we need to think about the question of mutual growth and restraint of the attributes of the "five elements", so we should avoid direct facing with the kitchen. After all, the kitchen is a place where the five elements belong to water. "Incompatible with water and fire", so the fish should not be placed facing with the kitchen, it is harmful to family health the health of the family.
2. Avoid placing it in a not auspicious position
In the home space, there are auspicious positions and wealth positions, and naturally there are evil positions and unlucky positions. Generally, we have to place decorations to protect the house and improve the fortune in the evil position and the unlucky position, and do not put fish ornaments with the meaning of lucky and prosperous in it, or the future will have a great negative impact on Feng Shui in our home, which may in turn lead to wealth loss.
The Fourth Type: Fortune Pig. Fatness is regarded as a symbol of wealth. Therefore, in some places, standing a Fortune Pig indoors or store can also be regarded as the meaning of attracting wealth.
What is the meaning of the lucky feng shui pig decoration?
The pig is a symbol of wealth and auspiciousness in the history of traditional Chinese culture. The upper structure of the Chinese character "家" symbolizes a house, and the lower "亥" means a pig. The house plus the character "亥" (wealth) equals home. So wherever there is a home, there should be a pig. The pig has a fat and round appearance. It is traditionally considered a symbol of wealth and blessing, so people especially like lucky pigs when they create feng shui space and choose accessories to aid luck.
Throughout history, pigs usually appear when such major events as worship and sacrifice take place. It is the meaning of increasing wealth. In addition to the ability of attracting wealth, lucky pigs can also guard the house, boost prosperity and protect the family's health. This is because pigs are strong and usually seldom get sick, so they are regarded as beasts of well-being. Guarding the house is because the pig is large and heavyweight, and has the effect of warding off evil spirits. The reason for promoting prosperity is that pigs can eat, sleep, and have a happy mood and fat body.
Where to Place the Fortune Feng Shui Pig?
We use Fortune Pig to promote prosperity, and we need to find a suitable location for it. Since it is used to seek wealth, it must be close to the air outlet. Generally, we recommend to put it at the window or the entrance of the door. This is because both of these are air-receiving outlets. The pig's head facing outwards can absorb wealth and attract wealth to the household. We must be careful not to be stand it close to the two areas - the kitchen and toilet, because of the power of feng shui decorations may interfere with water vapor and muddy air.
The Fifth Type: God of Wealth, God of Wealth is divided into "Wencaishen" and "Wucaishen", Zhao Gongming, Emperor Guan is regarded as "Wucaishen", Emperor Wenchang is "Wencaishen", and "Wucaishen" is the type of "Guan Gong", which should be used outside the door. "Wencaishen" should be placed inside the door for the God of Wealth. Official competition must be backed by "Wencaishen", and market competition must be backed by "Wucaishen".
The God of Wealth is one of the benevolent gods generally enshrined by the Chinese folk, and it is also a very common feng shui decoration. In traditional Chinese folk concepts, the God of Wealth is considered to be the god in charge of the wealth of the world, if he receives his blessing, he will definitely be able to make a lot of money and make his home rich. Therefore, every New Year, every household hangs or places some statues of the God of Wealth, hoping that the God of Wealth will bless us for good fortune. Many people tend to put a statue of the God of Wealth in their homes in order to be at ease, hoping for a good omen.The gods in charge of financial resources are divided into two categories: one is Taoist grants, and the other is folk beliefs. Taoism bestowed the title of "Tianguan Tianshen", and folk beliefs were named "Tianguan Tianxian".
1. "Wencaishen": There are two "Wencaishen", which are divided into "Caibo Xingjun" and "Lu Xing" which is one of "Fu Lu Shou".
(1) "Caibo Xingjun": He has a blessed posture. He is an elder with a long white moustache, dressed in brocade clothes and a jade belt, and looks like a rich man. According to legend, he is the "Taibai Star" of the Heavenly, and belongs to the Golden God. His title in the heavenly is "Doutian Zhifu Caibo Xingjun", and he is in charge of the world's gold, silver and wealth; therefore, many people who seek for money respect him very much. Some even incense worship day and night.
(2) The three gods of "Fu Lu Shou": "Fu Xing" holds a child in his hands, symbolizing the blessing of having children and everything. "Lu Xing" was dressed in luxurious court clothes and held a jade wishful in his hands, symbolizing that he would become an official and promotion of official positions and increase wealth. "Shou Xing" holds the peaches in his hand, with a happy and peaceful smile on his face, symbolizing well-being and longevity. Among the three gods of "Fu, Lu and Shou", originally only "Lu Xing" was the god of wealth; but because the three gods are usually a trinity, the two gods of Fu and Shou are also regarded as the gods of wealth together.
2. "Wucaishen": There are two "Wucaishen", one is "Guan Gong" with a red face and long beard, and the other is "Zhao Gongming" with a calm face.
(1) "Guan Gong": "Guan Gong" (Guan Yu) was originally named Guan Yu, which means flying to the sky, and was a famous general in the Three Kingdoms era. With a mighty image, he is not only loyal and moving, but also able to attract wealth and protect wealth from evil. it's important to note that the directions for placing "Wencaishen" and "Wucaishen" are different and must be clearly distinguished! The peaceful "Wencaishen", whether it is "Caibo Xingjun" or "Fu Lu Shou", should face the house Inside, not outside. Otherwise, it will send money outside the house! As for the majestic "Wucaishen", it should face outside the house or face the door, so that on the one hand, it can attract wealth and enter the house, while at the same time guarding the door to prevent foreign evils from invading.
(2) "Zhao Gongming": also known as "Zhao Xuan", is a majestic and powerful general, "Zhao Gongming" this "Wucaishen". According to folklore, he can subdue goblins and demons, and also attract wealth and good luck. Therefore, many merchants in the north prefer to enshrine it in shops; while merchants in the south mostly enshrine "Guan Gong."