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The Money Frog, also recognized by name the “Three Legged Toad”, is a celestial and mythical creature, believed to emerge every full moon to bring with it wealth and good fortune. It is one of the most prominent symbols of prosperity and monetary gain in Feng Shui, and can often be spotted beside cash registers, receptions and owners’ desks all across Asia.

In ancient Chinese folklore, the Money Frog was the wife of renowned man who attained the Elixir of Mortality from Hsi Wang Mu, the Goddess of the West. The frog, who at that time was still a maiden, was jealous and so stole the elixir from her husband. As retribution by the other gods, she was transformed into a three-legged frog and sentenced to reside on the moon. Because of this, the Money Frog is always seen sitting on a bed of treasure, carrying two strings of coins and biting one in the mouth – her natural greed requires that she always be surrounded by riches. This is why she is such a strong symbol of prosperity that is used extensively to attract wealth luck.

1) Display this money magnet in the Southeast sector of your workplace or living room to enhance both your windfall luck for members of the household.

2) The Money Frog is reputed to bring you sudden bursts of windfall luck when displayed in your “Sheng Chi” corner (Feng Shui Kua), as well as the areas of your home where the #8 and #9 lucky Flying Stars are located.

3) Using two Money Frogs in the same area is a very beneficial practice; at the main entrance of your home or office, place on frog facing inwards, and one facing outwards. This signifies the frogs collecting money from outside and then bringing it into the home or office.

4) Housewives who place the Money Frog at the altar of the Wealth or Earth God is believed to be benefited with the luck of gambling.

5) The Money Frog is essential for businessmen who are seeking to expand their business; when placed at integral points of customer interaction (such as counters and cash registers), the frog is said to create a better money-generating environment.

6) For individuals who have careers in which commission is a bonus, place a Money Frog beside your desk or in a diagonal direction to the main entrance of your house; this is said to subconsciously encourage customers to tip to your benefit.

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Table Top Mani Prayer Wheel, Hand SpunTable Top Mani Prayer Wheel, Hand Spun

The unique table-top Tibetan Prayer Wheel inner cylinder decorated with the Buddhism Eight Auspicious Objects encased in a clear acrylic cover. On top of the cover is a gold-plated dharma wheel.

Looks good on your workdesk and spins smoothly using the knob on top with your fingers. When the prayer wheel is spun, positive vibes, good energy and good things is said to be generated and will benefit the people around it. It is also believed to attract good fortune, protection from all the eight compass directions and great wisdom.

The Tibetan Prayer Wheel is widely used in Tibet and in places under the influence of Tibetan culture. Using the wheel is an ancient and spiritual practice, used for thousands of years by Buddhists. Spinning the prayer wheel is believed to bless the environment, distribute divine blessings, alter bad luck into that which is good, encourage body and mind healing, enhance personal compassion, as well as to help practitioners on their passage to enlightenment.


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