Extreme Good Fortune Golden Money Frog with Pak Choi

Extreme Good Fortune Golden Money Frog with Pak Choi
Extreme Good Fortune Golden Money Frog with Pak Choi Extreme Good Fortune Golden Money Frog with Pak Choi Extreme Good Fortune Golden Money Frog with Pak Choi Extreme Good Fortune Golden Money Frog with Pak Choi
SKU: SKU3615
Weight : 1,200.00g ( 2.65 lbs)
Dim: 3.625x3.75x5 in (9x9.5x13 cm)
Material: Resin

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Unlike the regular money frog, this magnificent depiction is specially designed by incorporating a Pak Choy (Chinese cabbage) to maximize its wealth beckoning effect. Sitting on stacks of gold coins with a Pak Choy and two strings of coins on its back and biting on one coin, it goes to show how hardworking this Money Frog will go the extra mile to snatch windfall luck for you. This is a symbol of extremely remarkable good fortune and is said to lead to manifestation of good speculative luck in gambling, horse racing, sports and lottery betting.

The pak choi or bok choy is a very popular symbol of good luck charm particularly in Hong Kong. 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 Money Frog, also recognized by name the “Three Legged Toad”, is a celestial and mythical creature, emerging 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. Money frogs are a common sight in Asian business and homes. They are often placed beside the cash register or facing the front entrance to attract wealth luck.

Here are some feng shui placements of the money frog for attracting wealth luck:

  1. Money frogs are highly sought after by businessmen and in such cases are placed at points of customer interaction such as head offices, meeting rooms and cash registers.
  2. Utilizing two money frogs is very auspicious. Place one money frog facing outward and one money frog facing inward at the entrance of your home or office. This will symbolize the frog gathering wealth luck from the outside and bringing it inside to share with residents.
  3. Housewives should place the money frog at their altar or wealth or before their earth god if they wish to invite good gambling luck.
  4. If you are looking for a commission in your career, place the money frog beside you at your desk or in your home, place it diagonally facing the main entrance of your home. This will subliminally encourage customers or supervisors to give you extra bonus.
  5. Using nine money frogs is most auspicious as this will represent wealth coming from all nine directions of the compass. The frogs can be placed anywhere inside or outside and spaced unevenly as long as they are all facing slightly different directions. It is important that the frog nearest your main entrance however should always be facing inward to direct money flow into your home. Three and six frogs are also auspicious numbers though not known to be as successful as nine frogs. 

According to feng shui bagua 8 life aspirations formula:

  1. Place the Feng shui money frog in the Southeast zone of your office or main living room at home. This is considered the “Wealth Luck” area or your home and such placement will encourage monetary gain for those who reside with it as well as your windfall luck. 

According to Lillian Too’s feng shui kua theory:

  1. Place the money frog in your “Sheng Chi” corner. Such placement will offer you sudden gusts of windfall luck. 

* Adhesive drop-off caused by shock vibe during transit is not uncommon for this product because it is glued to an ultra smooth glass surface. This is not considered a damage and does not warrant a refund. It can easily be glued back and has no negative Feng Shui effect to the enhancer. 


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