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Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao

Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao
Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao Pair of Extravagant Good Fortune Pi Yao
US$149.88
SKU: SKU2124 (Out of Stock)
Weight : 5,500.00g ( 12.13 lbs)
Dim: 11.5x5.5x8 in each (29x13.9x20.3 cm)
Material: Resin

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This is an absolutely gorgeous pair of very auspicious Pi Yao packed with many good fortune symbols.

One of them with the Chinese sign "Li Lung Na Fu" is a heavenly protector. The red sign can be translated to "Attaining Good Fortune". In its stomach is a capsule encasing a figurine of the Three Legged Toad or Money Frog, a popular wealth attracting symbol in Feng Shui. Clinging on its back and head are three baby Pi Yaos. This signifies good descendant and a happy family blessed with abundance, prosperity and tight bonds for generations.

The other Pi Yao with the sign "Chao Chai Pi Xie" is a Evil Dispeller and a Magnet for Wealth. In its stomach houses a Pak Choi (Chinese cabbage). Phonetically, Pak can mean a hundred and choi - wealth. The pak choi is then meant to represent 100 kinds of wealth luck and prosperity. The tail of this Pi Yao is designed to resemble a Ru Yi - a symbol of authority, power and influence. Literally, Ruyi means "As you wish, in accordance with your heart". Its shape is derived from the sacred fungus Ling Zhi (Plant of Long Life) and hence a Ruyi is also regarded as a symbol of longevity and good health.

On the reverse side of each of their stomach is an orange sign with the Chinese characters for "Ushering in Wealth and Treasure". Both the Pi Yaos are depicted with their mouths wide open to symbolize their big and insatiable appetite towards gold and silver. A very fascinating fact about this creature is that it does not have an anus, so that, despite its never-ending appetite, things go in yet never come out. This is a unique symbolism, indicating that money will come to you but never leave. Don't you just love that!

The task of these pair of mystical good luck creature is to provide the blessings of good health luck, wealth luck, power, happy family, as well as protection from harm. This extremely auspicious pair make an excellent gift for those with an eye for high quality and beautiful Feng Shui decor.

The Feng Shui Pi Yao is found in many places in Oriental countries, such as banks, casinos, and finance companies – anything that has to do with a benefit from monetary gain. Since ancient times, when it served to safeguard the homes of emperors and government officials, the Chinese have always admired and respected this extremely good luck symbol. It is a very loyal creature, and will always attempt to rid its owners life of bad luck and replace it with wealth luck.

The Pi Yao is believed to offer its owner a minimum of eight blessings, which are named below:
1. Brings fortune and good tidings
2. Producer of good Feng Shui or Earth luck
3. Attracts wealth and prosperity
4. Safeguards the home and the residents in it
5. Exterminates evil, adversity and obstacles
6. Summons windfall luck
7. Protects from accident during travel
8. Appeases Tai Sui

Here are some Feng Shui tips on how to make the best out of this lucky charm:

1) If you have recently moved house or have renovated your current home, you should make use of a pair of Feng Shui Pi Yao statuette to ensure only good luck comes your way. For the best effect, keep this good luck charm in your living room or main hall.

2) Individuals with horoscope signs who are in direct or indirect conflict with “Tai Sui” should place the Pi Yao in the area where the annual Grand Duke Jupiter lives, as well as carry a Pi Yao amulet at all times. This is an incredibly potent lucky charm that will assist in appeasing the Grand Duke Jupiter, eliminating any bad luck or negative energy.

3) To safeguard yourself from malicious spirits, people with bad intentions and bad luck, and to replace it all with good fortune, you should either keep this good luck charm on you or beside you as much as possible.

4) It is a widespread belief that tucking lottery tickets under the Feng Shui Pi Yao will serve to bring luck with the lottery. Needless to day, this lucky charm is a favorite among gamblers and investors who often dab their luck in the casino, stock market, lottery, horse racing, football betting or mahjong games.

5) Place a pair of Pi Yao in the sector afflicted by Tai Sui to appease him and prevent misfortunes.

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