Blooming Fortune and Smooth Progress
Dimension(in): 3.5x1.75x2.8 in each
Weight: 800g all
This pair of fabulous Pi Yao on Treasures
are beautifully crafted from strong bronze. Tastefully designed
to suit the modern living, this pair of Pi Yao when guarding your
home will bring about blooming fortune and smooth progress in
all matters. All obstacles and blockages in life will be dismantled
by their mighty magic powers. They will become your very faithful
pets to help you overcome any unforeseen hardship, and at the
same time increase your luck. Their mouths are widely open to
signify their ability to swallow as much wealth as they can on
your behalf. The bodies are fat to signify full stomachs filled
with lots of wealth. This item is suitable for offices, shops
and houses. There are many options of placing them. They can either
be placed in your interior or displayed to flank the maindoor.
What Pi Yao symbolizes and how to place the object?
The Pi Yao is the most popular symbol used
by Feng Shui enthusiasts as recommended by the masters. The Pi Yao
is the ninth son of the Heavenly Dragon and has different names
depending on where it is being sighted. The Pi Yao lives in the
heaven, Pi Xiu lives on earth and Pi Kan lives in the sea. All of
them brings the same blessings and possess the same properties.
The Pi Yao is a protective heavenly creature that has one horn,
lion-dog face, hoofs and little wings and a tail. Many people prefer
using the Pi Yao over the Chi Lin because the Pi Yao does not have
an anus and only eats but does not dispose. It has a big and infinite
appetite. For the naturally greedy businessmen and merchants or
housewives out there, if you intend to only have lots of money luck
coming in and ensure the money never be spent, the Pi Yao is what
you are looking for. The Pi Yao are also known to be very obedient
to their owners as they are loyal in nature.
The Pi Yao provides a minimum of six blessings as follows:
1. Ushers good luck and fortune
2. Generate good feng shui or earth luck
3. Elevating wealth and riches
4. Protects individuals and home
5. Drives away evil, obstacles and hardship
6. Brings windfall luck
In the olden days, the Pi Yao was devoted as guardian of homes
of the emperor and high officials. Because of its capabilities
to drive away evil and ushering wealth, it would benefit those
earning a living in the bank, finance companies, foreign exchange
markets, entertainment circle, casinos, business, betting, service
industry and stock market. It brings good luck all year round.
The Pi Yao has many functions and can be placed
in different locations of your premise according to your needs:
1. Place the pair of Pi Yao anywhere in your living room (best
in the east sector and lower than eye level of the tallest family
member) if you intend to renovate your existing house or move
into a new home/premise to overcome obstacles and guard your family
against bad feng shui due to alterations. It ensures good health
to your family.
2. If you desire good fortune, protection from evil spirits, power
to counteract wicked people and overcome bad luck, you may place
them at your work desk, reception or important area of your living
room. At the same time, the Pi Yao could ensure authority for
managers when placed in Northwest sector of your workdesk.
3. For those who travel long distance frequently, place them facing
out directly at the main door (or placing one in your car) to
prevent injuries, accidents and ensuring successful and fruitful
journeys with good business deals. Putting the Pi Yao in this
position will also promise good fortune that enters your house
being trapped in the stomach of Pi Yao and its fierce look can
ward off evil spirits. They could also identify wicked people
and prevent them from harming you.
4. You may place them at the sector where the annual "Tai
Sui" (Grand Duke Jupiter) resides to appease the bad influence
or effects. Pi Yao is excellent in helping people who are experiencing
bad luck due to bad annual stars.
To display them guarding the door, one may follow the recommendations
Placement of the Pi Yao to guard
Please avoid placing the item in the kitchen