In the upcoming Wood Dragon Year of 2024, Feng Shui experts highlight the auspicious positioning of the Wealth Flying Star 8, which is set to reside in the South sector of your home or office. Simultaneously, the North sector will play host to Star 9, while Star 1 will grace the Southwest corner.
The presence of this energy, symbolized by the Wealth Flying Star 8, ushers in a wave of prosperity, success, and personal empowerment.
To fully harness and amplify this favorable energy, it is strongly advised to take deliberate steps by introducing symbols of well-being into these specific areas.
Notably, since the element associated with the Flying Star 8 is Earth, it is recommended to exercise caution when it comes to the placement of plants in these regions. The rationale behind this is to prevent the “weakening” or “consumption” of the prosperity energy that Earth symbolizes. Therefore, it is advisable to consider removing plants from these areas to ensure that the abundance and success energy remains undisturbed and potent.
Unlocking the Secrets of Feng Shui for Attracting Wealth and Prosperity in Your Home
Feng Shui is an ancient Chinese practice that aims to harmonize the energy in a space to improve the lives of those living there. One of the most popular applications of Feng Shui is to attract wealth and improve finances.
In the year 2024, the Wealth sector, often referred to as the God of Wealth direction, will take residence in the Southeastern quadrant of your home or office. This designated area governs financial well-being, and by harnessing the principles of Feng Shui within this sector, you have the potential to magnetize greater wealth and financial abundance into your life.
To fully embrace the blessings of the God of Wealth in 2024, it is imperative to activate the wealth sector within your living or working environment. This can be accomplished by placing potent symbols of wealth and prosperity, such as a wealth vase, a money tree, or a wealth ship, strategically within the Southeastern region of your space. Additionally, consider adorning this area with a wealth mirror or a pair of wealth symbols to effectively reflect and amplify the energy of prosperity.
Another pivotal facet of Feng Shui’s wealth-enhancing practices involves the concept of the wealth corner. The wealth corner is situated in the far left corner of your space as you enter, and it is intrinsically linked to the element of Earth. To activate this corner’s abundant energy, introduce elements such as a crystal ball or a symbolic money frog, both revered symbols of wealth and affluence, to this specific area. You may also adorn this corner with Earth element colors like yellow, beige, or brown to further stimulate its financial potential.
Feng Shui Golden Laughing Happy Buddha Holding Ingot Statue Decoration with Better Decor Charm
This is a wonderful representation of Happy Sitting Buddha. His smiling face brings harmony and happiness whenever he is displayed in houses or offices.
He sits on a sack of abundance and carries a string of auspicious coins, powerful symbols for abundance and wealth.
He has a Ru Yi, one of the most powerful Feng Shui symbols for power, leadership and authority. Hanging by his staff are also a Wu Lou and a Peach, both well-known symbols of health and longevity.
The presence of his hat signifies that Buddha is on an ongoing trip. A special Feng Shui activator for those who often travel, ensuring the safety of all trips.
Here is how you can use the Happy Buddha in Feng Shui:
- Place a Happy Buddha with coin and nugget in the living room, preferably facing the entry door, to take advantage of luck and, in the same time, to repel misfortune, to attract harmony and balance in your family life.
- Place a Happy Buddha with coin and nugget on the study desk to keep stress and pressure at bay and, also, to facilitate accomplishing your goals.
- Place a Happy Buddha at the entry of a store to attract luck and harmony and, also, to avoid any business betrayals.
Feng Shui Pi Yao/Pi Xiu and Treasure Basin Wealth Porsperity Figurine
This tree brings harmony, happiness and abundance. Add more positive energy in your house and office spaces.
Natural or artificial plants can often be seen in Chinese houses because it is believed they have the property to attract prosperity, wealth, and luck.
The Pi Yao, also referred to as “Bixie” or “Tian Lu,” is a legendary and auspicious creature deeply rooted in ancient Chinese folklore. This unique being, devoid of an anus but possessing an enormous mouth, possesses the remarkable ability to devour wealth from across the world without ever expelling it. This peculiarity has led to the belief that the Pi Yao can attract wealth from all directions while simultaneously repelling misfortune and ushering in good fortune.
The Pi Yao is renowned for its unparalleled talent for wealth attraction, placing it among the esteemed company of the five auspicious animals of ancient China, which include the dragon, phoenix, tortoise, and Kylin.
The concept of the “Treasure Basin” is intrinsically tied to the idea of inviting wealth, good fortune, and familial prosperity. As the Pi Yao is a magnet for wealth from all corners of existence, its potency is further amplified when combined with the symbolism of the Treasure Basin. Together, they form a harmonious union, working in concert to draw in prosperity and abundance from every conceivable source.
Chinese Feng Shui Dragon for powerful Luck, Money & Success in 2024
The Dragon is one of the four celestial animals, and it is a significant and powerful symbol in Feng Shui. The Dragon represents the Yang symbol, the masculine vigor, courage and bravery.
Inviting the essence of Earth Qi, the life force energy, and ushering in tremendous fortune, behold the “Great Fortune Feng Shui Gold Dragon.” This auspicious ornament is a harbinger of prosperity, poised to bestow upon you both wishes and financial abundance. Crafted with meticulous artistry, it draws inspiration from traditional Japanese craftsmanship, specifically the esteemed Takaoka doki’s metalworking expertise. The result is a captivating and intricately detailed form that exudes the divine power of the dragon, as if it’s poised to manifest instantaneously.
Takaoka doki is renowned not just in Japan but across the globe, with a history spanning over 400 years, dating back to the Edo era. Their mastery extends beyond copperware, encompassing a wide array of metalwork techniques.
In the realm of Feng Shui, dragons symbolize the embodiment of Earth Qi, and their course is referred to as the “Long Mai” or dragon’s path. It is believed that Qi flows akin to the currents of a grand river, guided by the dragon’s presence.
He is generous, full of vitality and force. Affiliated to the east cardinal point, the Dragon becomes a very strong symbol when it is placed in this sector, although it can be placed in any other direction.
In Chinese culture and Feng Shui, it is a magnificent and auspicious symbol, the most powerful and sacred creature of all and it is treated with great respect.
From generation to generation, the Dragon was considered the supreme symbol of power, abundance, luck, and honor.
In ancient times, the Chinese emperors were considered Dragons and their symbol could only be used by them.
The Golden Dragon is a potent activator for the Metal Ox Year of 2021.
For Even More Money & Luck:
Hang three I-Ching coins tied with a red ribbon on the inside front doorknob.
To avoid your livelihood being “swept away”, keep your brooms & mops out of sight.
Keep your toilet lid down so your money won’t be “flushed away.”
A three-legged frog figure, made of brass, wood, or jade, brings more prosperity & personal luck into your home.
To improve your financial situation, install a mirror in the kitchen behind the stove so that the burners are reflected in it.
Protection & Luck
A pair of foo (or fu) dogs flanking your entranceway or main front door is said to chase away negative energy and provide protection for the home or room.
Dragons symbolize strength, goodness and the spirit of change or transformation. The direction associated with the dragon is the east, so placing a dragon in the east side of your home or office can bring lots of good fortune. (Don’t put dragons in your bedroom…the energy is too “yang” and can interfere with sleep)
To reinforce personal evolution, move 27 objects that have not been moved in the past year.
To increase luck, use a windchime with 6 or 8 rods; to suppress bad luck, use a wind chime with 5 rods. Also, use windchimes of the appropriate elements in the sections of your home. i.e., wood chimes are best for the east, southeast, and south.
Metal is good for north, northwest and west. Ceramic is good for southwest, northeast, and center.