Solid Love Bond Magpies - Energy
Color: Purplish Red Glaze
is known as the "bird of happiness" and have been regarded
as the bird that connects earth to heaven. A famous epic from
China mentioned that magpies formed a bridge by arranging themselves
like a flight of stairs to enable the meeting of a farmer who
fell in love with a fairy of the Jade Emperor in the heaven. In
this story, the farmer Chien Niu fell in love with a fairy Chih
Nu while she was visiting earth. They got married secretly, but
soon the Jade Emperor and Empress of heaven found out and separated
the two. However, their strong affection and genuine love for
each other had touched the heart of the Jade Emperor. Therefore,
they were granted to meet each other once a year on 7th day of
7th lunar moon every year. It is said that on this day, no magpies
could be seen anywhere on earth because they would flock together
hovering to form a bridge from earth to heaven. That is why the
magpie is said to be the bird that connects earth to heaven and
also the bird that promotes love affair. The magpie is therefore
widely known as the "bird of happiness".
The presence of magpie brings happiness
and unlimited opportunities, and is considered as an auspicious
omen. You will succeed in finding a new job, starting a new venture,
finding a new love, getting rich, getting children, obtaining
recovery from illness, finding popularity, passing examinations
and getting promotion if you see the magpie in your home.The magpie
is also the best means of connecting and strengthening the love
relationship for lovers who live far apart, facing all sorts of
resistance and experiencing objections from family members. It
is best suited for couples who breakup many times and reconcile
again and again to finally achieve a stable relationship. This
is a powerful emblem of bondage and solid love.
Note: Each piece is unique in color. Colors may differ from piece
to piece due to complications of color flow in the mold for figurines
made from immitation liuli. This item is energy
infused and comes with a certificate of authenticity.
Chinese regarded the magpie as a bird that
always appear when there is good news. When the magpie sings,
there will be good news. If not news of prosperity coming, a new
benefactor may be appearing soon. The magpie is also able to forecast
the weather. It is a welcome sight for farmers as its diet consists
of their pests. A pair of magpies symbolizes "double happiness"
or "happy reunion". The type of happiness it blesses is "happiness
going up to one's eyebrow". During the Tang Dynasty, there
was a person named Li Jingyi. A magpie flew to his house and made
a nest there. Out of compassion, Li Jingyi fed the magpie regularly
and soon they developed a strong bondage. One day, he was accused
as a criminal and went to jail. The magpie then flew to the prison
to sing him a song. Then he heard from the prison guards that
someone wearing the green shirt with white collar will be granting
amnesty soon. Li Jingyi immediately relate the person to the magpie
which has green feathers and white breast. A few days later, amnesty
passed and he was released. This being the reason why the magpie
has always been related to good news.
Place them in the following areas to energize
different types of luck:
1. Display the magpies in the living room facing inwards as it
has just arrived from the maindoor to bring in happiness and realize
all your goals.
2. For those seeking for riches, good opportunities and success
in career, display it in your sheng chi
direction to bring good tidings and results. You can also place
the magpies at your workdesk.
3. For those who are struggling to maintain your long distance
love relationship or relationship that is facing many obstacles,
display these magpies in your personal nien
yen direction, by your bed or in the SW corner of your bedroom
to strengthen the love energy and prevent it from being devastated.
4. The magpies can also be placed in the south to bring you fame,
popularity and recognition.
5. For those wishing to pass your examinations with flying colors,
you can place the magpies at your study desk.