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Brass Feng Shui Pagoda on Tortoise

Brass Feng Shui Pagoda on Tortoise
Brass Feng Shui Pagoda on Tortoise Brass Feng Shui Pagoda on Tortoise
US$59.88
SKU: SKU3239
Weight : 750.00g ( 1.65 lbs)
Dim: 4.5x2x6.5 in (11.4x5.1x16.5 cm)
Material: Brass

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This Dragon Tortoise will provide the student with a higher chance of receiving monetary aid and merit scholarships.

This rare and unique Feng Shui product is a combination of the Dragon Tortoise and the Pagoda. Together, they produce very strong energy for enhancing education luck and career luck in Feng Shui beliefs.

Dragon Tortoise

The Dragon Headed Tortoise, a mythical animal made of the two celestial animals, the Dragon and the Tortoise, is a smooth blend of ambition and wisdom. It is a feng shui symbol of support from important people, as well as an enhancer in wealth luck. Because it is such an ideal amalgamation of the qualities of both the dragon (perseverance and pluck) and the tortoise (steadfastness and stability), it is a fantastic figure to instigate career luck and job development, defeating competition and reviving reputation.

In ancient times, it was used by the emperor in his palace to provide longevity and ever high influence. It was also used in the homes of commoners to bring the family harmony and health. These days, the Dragon Tortoise is placed in the home of many Feng Shui enthusiasts as this is believed to create good luck and good fortune. It is also said  to activate the abilities of luck with academics, family and wellbeing.

The Dragon Tortoise never reacts well on a confrontational basis, so never place it facing towards you in a permanent position.

Feng Shui Pagoda

This beautiful temple is a long-used symbol of the pathway to perception. It is filled with wisdom, harmony and peace – it is for this reason that an individual who is filled with knowledge is said to persevere like a pagoda, never being flustered by anything. In Chinese folklore, the pagoda has been a tool to tame unruly characters, keeping them prisoner inside until they have attained a state of calm.

Along with the wind chime, bagua and Wu Lou, the Wen Chang Pagoda is a potent instrument used by Feng Shui experts. The name of the pagoda itself originates from the Wen Chang star (one of the Flying Stars in #4 Green), which is believed to have the ability to alter the outcome of a student’s success, both in academics and later on in a career. For those who are in pursuit of a higher education (similar to the ancient imperial tests for officials of the Chinese court), a pagoda is said to create literary luck, allowing them to later on have fame and fortune.

A 9 Tier Pagoda signifies wholeness, because it brings all the qualities that one needs to be a successful scholar and working individual – dignity, perseverance and power. While bringing these good qualities, the 9 tier pagoda also stifles insecurity and negative energy.

In Feng Shui, this good luck symbol is used in many ways to bring around a better life:

In ancient times, the Dragon Tortoise was used by the emperor in his palace to provide longevity and ever high influence. It was also used in the homes of commoners to bring the family harmony and health. These days, the Dragon Tortoise is placed in the home of many Feng Shui enthusiasts in the hope to create good luck and good fortune. It also said to activate the abilities of luck with academics, family and wellbeing.

The Dragon Tortoise never reacts well on a confrontational basis, so never place it facing towards you in a permanent position.

 1. Displaying this Chinese charm in the Northeast corner (Feng Shui Bagua), or on a study or work desk, is believed to assist those who are completing a foundation higher education, or who wish to improve their grades. In addition to this, the Dragon Tortoise is said to enhance the luck of the student in receiving monetary aid and merit scholarships.

2. To create the means for a blissful, untroubled life, displaying this feng shui symbol in your home, facing your main entrance is believed to help. Doing so will prevent danger from coming into your home, causing accidents and harm to family members, as well as make all your business endeavours fruitful.

3. To attain the support of influential figures in the workplace, such as your supervisors and bosses, placing the Dragon Tortoise with Pagoda behind your work desk or area is belived to help. In addition, this good luck symbol is believed to prevent all forms of backstabbing and betrayal, allowing for the opportunity of promotion.

4. To foster longevity luck and wellbeing for your entire family, displaying the Dragon Tortoise in the East sector of your home is said to help; according to Feng Shui Bagua 8 Life Aspiration formula, this sector influences family ties and bonds as well as health.

5. When placed in your personal Sheng Chi (Feng Shui Kua) corner of the living room, dining room or office, the Dragon Tortoise is reputed to create career luck and set the foundations for a successful, bright business life. It will create harmonious relationships with both your colleagues and superiors, as well as foster the possibilities for promotions.

6. If there are members in your family plagued with illnesses, displaying this Feng Shui cure in their “Tien Yi” (Feng Shui Kua) direction is believed to help to speed up recovery. This creature will also improve the influence of the patriarch when displayed in the Northwest sector.

7. Place this Dragon Tortoise with Pagoda in the Southeast sector (Feng Shui Bagua) of your home or workplace is said to enhance your profits and prosperity luck.

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