Monkey on Flying Horse - Energy Infused
Color: Bronze Plated; Gold Plated
Dimension(in):2.3x1.2x2.6in figurine; 2.8x2.8x0.2in plate
This "Monkey Sitting on Flying Horse"
figurine comes with a "4 Celestial Guardians Plate".
The monkey signifies the duke which is a
senior position in chinese officials. It is the second highest
ranking lord among the five ranking lords in ancient China.
The monkey clutching the peach is really a rebus that should be
understood as "feng hou bao shou" which expresses the sentiment
"may you become a salaried official and embrace longevity". The
peach is the ubiquitous symbol of longevity and immortality due
to its affinity with the famous peaches of immortality that grow
in the garden of the Daoist Goddess Xi Wangmu, otherwise known
as the Queen Mother of the West. When you are granted a peach,
it means you are being granted with eternal youth and immortality.
Place the monkey (feng hou) on (shang) the back (hou) of a horse
(ma) and you have a rebus that can be read as "ma shang feng hou"
which connotes "may you quickly be made an official" (ma shang
meaning both on the horse and right away or immediately). When
the monkey rides on the horse, it implies immediately rising to
a good position and salary in a rapid manner. Another interpretation
of a monkey on the back of a horse (zai mashang) is the rebus
meaning "hou zai mashang", which expresses the sentiment that
the viewer see his descendants gain high office (one assumes through
their intelligence, virtue and hardwork) through succeeding in
the imperial examinations since successful candidates traditionally
went home on horseback (hou here representing both descendants
and high official). Next, this monkey sits on a Flying Horse with
"OM syllable" on its stomach. What the chinese called
as the Flying Horse is actually the mimic of the magnificent Pegasus
from ancient Greek. Belonging to the horse family, the Flying
Horse with wings embodies magic and is actually a horse living
in higher realm, representing speed, power and mobility. It denotes
aspiring to the greatest heights of accomplishment. When spotted
at home, it means good tidings and joy had arrived. The Flying
Horse also stands for clarity of mind, and how clean mental focus
combined with stable footing can transform our lives in magical
ways. Because the Flying Horse is so speedy in its motion, this
means that if you desire to speed up any of your eight aspirations,
this enhancer will serve as your accelerator. For example, if
you desire wealth, besides placing wealth symbols in your SE wealth
corner, you should place this Flying Horse there to accelerate
and quickly realize your dreams. And if you desire to have children,
display the Flying Horse in the West descendant luck corner to
accelerate the chances of conceiving a baby. This applies for
all the eight aspirations. On the other hand, for those who desire
to succeed in overcoming a crisis and freed from problems as well
as achieving success in certain undertakings, you can display
this accelerator in your personal "Sheng
Chi" corner to quicken the process.
Next, the 4 Celestial Guardians Plate is an
essential remedy for form and landscape feng shui ("luan tou").
Popularly known, the four celestial guardians are the green dragon,
white tiger, black xuan wu and red phoenix, each guarding one cardinal
direction (north, east, south and west). Displaying them symbolically
in their own directions will watch over and balance the "chi"
of the cardinal directions of your property. A fundamental requirement,
a balanced "luan tou" is the basic that will prepare you
towards doing up the feng shui and preparing for the well-being
of the occupants. When all directions are in harmony, it encourages
the dragon's breathe (lung chi) to settle, thus creating an inflow
of auspicious energy. They will also look after family safety, prevent
dangers and regulate your career, wealth, health, power and fame.
They are also essential to correct any external landscape problems
and internal missing corners. Hidden underneath the plate is insribed
with "Mandala of Abundance", a very powerful vehicle of
weath growth that connects to the forces of the universe to produce
a snowballing effect of your finances where you will see great supply,
plentitude, sufficiency, more than enough and surplus material success.
Note: This item is energy
infused and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Display this Monkey on Flying Horse to accelerate your 8 aspirations
"in addition" to the specific enhancers in accordance to the bagua
directions - S = fame, SW = love, W = descendant, NW = networking,
N = career, NE = education, E = health, SE = wealth.
There are multiple fortunes you can gather
from inviting this Monkey on Flying Horse:
1. Display the figurine coming into your home, office or important
rooms to benefit those who desire to win
over the tough competition in office and triumph. It will help
you gather more support from subordinates and peers, besides having
more command over difficult employees. This is because the Monkey
on Flying Horse also signifies authority and ability to command
like a duke. This will result in joyful wealth improvement.
2. Display the figurine at your desk to ensure your work is always
recognized by your bosses and your goals are always met. It will
also help you create a significant differentiator between you
and your peers in the hearts of management. It ensures your talents
and hard work is acknowledged by the right people.
3. Display the figurine in the north sector
of your living room to improve your career luck and to enable
easier promotional opportunities.
4. For those who appear as public faces, you can gain more fame
luck by displaying the the figurine in the south sector of your
living room or family area. It will bring upward mobility in all
aspects of your life.
5. To magnify new wealth opportunities, display this figurine
at your "sheng chi" direction, southeast universal wealth
corner or water star #8 location in your home or workplace.