Feng Shui (pronounced “fung shway”) is an ancient Chinese art whose name translates from the Chinese as “wind and water”. Feng Shui is a lyrical phrase that poetically evokes the heart of this ancient practice. Feng Shui space Wind and water are, first and foremost, natural elements (two of the five elements that comprise all of nature). Wind is the earth’s breath, and water is the invigorating lifeblood of everything that exists on our planet. Both wind and water have tremendous energy that drives Feng Shui's practices and techniques to fill your life with positive energies. Feng Shui, at its very core is a means of arranging the basic elements of life—and all the things that you surround yourself with on a daily basis— to create the optimal and harmonious flow of vital life energy, just like the flow of water and wind.
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The Wealth Toad is one Feng Shui item who's reputation preceeds him!
Also known as the Moon Frog or the Three Legged Money Toad, he is famous for bringing financial luck and prosperity to those who position him in their home.
Beneath the Toad is a pile of coins and a rope with more coins-runs along his back
The Toad should be positioned near the front door, facing out of the house.
In this location he is ready to receive wealth and prosperity and catch it for you.
Individually hand-painted on fabric by village artists in the North of Thailand and providing a visual example of unique home decor.
Fully opened this fan measures approximately: 5ft. wide(diameter) and 3ft. high. ( 152cm X 91cm )
Easily fixed to a wall by pinning through the top end of the centre bamboo span, these fans make uniquely decorative wall hangings for any home or office.
Put a smiling Tiger on your wall for a stunning visual impact !
Great Wall-hanging idea for children's bedrooms ?
There is one Male Lion and one Female Lion in the set.
Temple Lion statues appeared in China with the coming of Buddhism to symbolise defence and protection and are often seen guarding entrances and gateways to buildings.
The Lion is the symbol of majestic strength, great courage and strength of character and when a Temple Lion is seen playing with a ball, it is to signify the moon pearl which symbolizes blessings and protection against evil - always have a pair as one is bad luck.
These powerful guardians are fun to own like a lovely pair of real dogs at our homes and are easy to tame.
This powerful symbol also provides potent protection and demon scaring for ancient palaces, banks, mansions, shops, malls, businesses, hotels and jewellery shops. Their faces may look like lions, but take note that they are different from the actual lions. The male is usually depicted holding a globe to signify important global network for business people outside and external protection, while the female holding a child signifies protection of members of the household or premise.
Important - the male is placed on the left (from inside looking out of your premise) and the female holding a child is placed on the right (from inside looking out of your premise).