Yin Yang Fu Shou Wulou Pair
Material: Rainbow Obsidian,
White Jade and Bronze Coins
Color: Black, White, Bronze
Dimension(in): 1.9x1.9x2.9 in each wulou; 1 in each coin
Made from natural rainbow obsidian and white
jade, the white wulou is inscribed with "fu" and the
black wulou is inscribed with "shou". Together, these
characters express the sentiment of "luck and longevity".
The colors black and white complement each other according to
the theory of "Yin Yang" to generate "balance".
When balance is attained, negativities diminish to give way to
positivities! The power from obsidian purifies and transmutes
all forms of negativities. On the other hand, the white jade is
a stone of health, wealth and longevity. Next, both the wulous
are tied with a circular interlocking 6 emperor coins tassel from
the six most powerful reign of the Ching Dynasty. This represents
the matrimony of Heaven-Earth-Man and 6 senses of man. The 6 senses
of man are love, fright, hatred, happiness, suspicion and proactiveness
which are believed to govern a man's fortune. When the cosmic
trinity of Heaven, Earth and Man is invoked through 6 senses,
good health, happiness and fortune will harvest. All in all, the
pair of wulous bring about good health, diminish illnesses, enhance
longevity and attract wealth.
What Wu Lou symbolizes and how to place the object?
The Wu Lou (bottle gourd) originates from
a fruit. When dried, it is very durable and its shape render it
useful as a receptacle for medicine. The Wu Lou was often carried
by aged people as a charm of longevity and a charm to dissipate
or ward off pernicious influences. The Wu Lou, like baguas and
windchimes, is one of the most significant tools to cure many
bad situations and enhance our Feng Shui. It is the powerful symbol
of health and longevity. Many deities like the Sau Sing Kung (in
3 Lucky Stars Fuk Luk Sau), Li Tieh Kuai (in 8 Immortals) and
Mad Monk God (Chai Kung) carry this excellent item with them to
resemble their blessings to cure difficult ailment. Some said
the shape of the wu lou is also a wonderful integration of heaven,
earth and mankind. Deities and taoist monks even use the Wu Lou
to absorb bad evil spirits into it for imprisonment. Therefore
Wu Lou has the potency to absorb bad chi and negative energy.
There is an infamous harmful flying star,
the annual Illness Star#2 which occupies a sector of our homes every
year. This Illness Star#2 brings illnesses that could lead to long
term suffering and fatality eventually. For those whose main doors
or bedroom doors are facing towards the direction of this star or
having a bedroom in the sector of this star will have to use the
wulou in this area of your house as the BEST cure for this star.
The traditional use of the to cure this star is based on Yi Jing
(I Ching). According to Eight Trigrams philosophy, the illness star#2
is represented by the "kun trigram". And we know that changing the
first and second lines of a trigram yields the Heavenly Doctor (Tien
Yi). Changing first and second lines of "kun trigram" yields "dui
trigram". And the abstract representation of the "dui trigram" is
actually the shape of the calabash. The actual dried fruit has a
golden yellow color which could represent metal element. Later new
feng shui masters created the bronze and brass wulou because they
prefer real metal energy to counter the illness star#2.
Kun and Dui Trigrams in Eight Trigrams
The pair of wulous have many uses:
1. Display them by your bed to heal ailments/sickness and restores
your health if you are sick.
2. Display them in the kitchen to ensure food cooked will produce
good health for the family.
3. Display them in the east sector of your living rooms, family
rooms and dining rooms to benefit the health of the entire family.
4. They are excellent gifts for elderly people during their birthdays
to wish them longevity luck.
5. Display them at your work desk to ensure sickly energies are
put at bay.
6. Display them in the direction of Illness Star-2.