Wealth Guarding Elephant - Energy Infused
Color: Blue Glaze
In general, the elephant symbolizes power,
wisdom, strength, protection of the home, fertility, and success.
Replicating one of the many auspicious pictures carved on Chien
Lung Emperor's throne, an elephant bearing a vase of jewels symbolizes
"wealth protection". Featuring water waves beneath (water
element), it empowers the elephant in countering violence and
robbery. On top of guarding your wealth luck to prevent financial
traps, it can also fight off violence and burglary. A powerful
protector with capability to combat any form of robbery, it will
stump on robbers and triumph over violences.. An elephant stepping
on water also means generating tremendous wealth opportunities
in the path forward. With a trunk moving backwards above its head,
it connotes drawing prosperity and abundance, especially effective
if displayed facing the sea, swimming pool or other bodies of
water to magnetize money luck. This elephant brings about safety,
savings, strength, protection and prosperity altogether.
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.
What the elephant symbolizes and
how to place this object?
The elephants were used in warfare by chinese
during ancient times. In fact, during the reign of Kang Hsi, the
King of Siam had sent a number of tribute elephants as gifts to
the Chinese emperor. The elephant in white color is the purest
of all form and is believed by many to be the incarnation of future
Buddha. In fact, it is known to be one of the Seven Treasures
of Buddhism. In some countries like Indochina and India, only
the Kings are allowed to ride on the elephant. It is the symbol
of royalty, power and grandness. The elephant is known for its confidence,
strength, sagacity and prudence and is one of the four animals
representing power or energy, the other three being tiger, leopard
and lion. Elephant signifies the prime minister too, because of
its chinese naming "hsiang".The elephant has many blessings
in Feng Shui. The elephant brings infant luck to those who are
wishing for babies in their lives. Buddha's mother dreamt about
a white elephant and got pregnant after that. Therefore the elephant
is a lucky omen in Buddhism. The elephant also takes away troubles
and is a protective symbol. It is a sacred animal in Thailand
and India, and is used to represent loyalty, wisdom, longevity
and elegance. It is a symbol of good luck and excellent fortune.
Statues and images of deities and kings are often depicted riding
on elephants in India and Thailand.
In ancient warfare the elephant was highly trained to be able
to withstand the clamour of battle, the thrusting of lances and
the savage onslaught of hand-held weapons. Perfect obedience,
and the ability to stand its ground amidst the bloodthirsty frezy
of the battlefield, were prerequisites of the valiant war elephant.
Due to its sheer physical might the elephant destroyed much that
was in its path, it could ford rivers, blaze trails or clear pathways,
and batter against doorways and fortifications. As such it became
the unstoppable "remover of obstacles". It is immutable and unshakeable.
1. To usher in wealth and success, display it in the living room
showing this elephant arriving from the maindoor looking into
the house. If possible try to display it in wealth corners such
as your personal sheng chi corner, the SE corner or the water
star #8 corner. If there is a sea or water body near your house,
display it facing water to magnetize money towards your unit.
2. For financial protection, display it facing your main entrance
of your home. Alternatively, you can also display it above your
safe or in Annual Robbery Star #7 direction.
3. For career and office protection, display it on your work desk
facing outwards. It will help to solve political problems in office,
backstabbing, arguments and harmful peers.
4. For peace and harmony, display it anywhere along the center
axis of the house.
5. For safety of your family and children, display it inside facing
out to the maindoor to dispel violences and disasters.
6. To suppress business competitors, display it inside facing
outwards at the main entrance of your shop to ensure your competitors
are kept at bay.