Large in size, this pair of tangerines are mesmerizing. Signifying gold, the tangerine (murcott/mandarin orange) always take the lead as the most auspicious fruit to usher in good fortune, wealth and peace. The fruit looks like gold hanging from a tree and is often exchanged as auspicious gifts during festivities due to its “golden” color and they should never be refused, because that would mean the recipient would be turning away “wealth and luck in everything”. Known also as “tai kat”, it expresses the sentiment “may you enjoy safety”. Two tangerines connotes the “doubling” effect, which in turn double your fortune and profit. The tangerines are normally displayed in the home, as this ostensibly ensures that there will be happiness and prosperity in the household throughout the coming twelve months. They can also be offered to buddhas and deities, to signify offering gold to deities. To enjoy abundance of fortune and profits, display them in the wealth corner of the living room. They also constitute as a meaningful gift for business counterparts to wish them prosperity.
The pair of tangerines are filled with holy rollings of mantras:
a. King Gesar’s Mantra – Kubera (Wealth God) brings serious wealth luck and continuous prosperity by dropping wealth to everyone he meets up. Riding on the Windhorse, he overcomes all obstacles that block wealth from manifesting. Enables you to gain the victory advantage. This means you will have a smooth, easy and unobstructed ride in your undertakings.
b. Four Dharmakaya Relic Mantras – Are essential mantras that give power and make the object holy.
c. Wishfulfilling Mantra – Promises you a quantum change in making your impossible wishes possible. It opens up endless possibilities, superlative success, overflowing possibilities and materializes your dreams. The magic created will move events, people and circumstances to fulfill all your dreams. You will be unrestrained and seeing enormous changes that leads to boundless returns.
d. Yellow Jhambala Mantra – According to Buddhist mythology, he practiced Buddhism for a thousand years before Brahma made him immortal and have him guard treasures and distributing wealth to eliminate poverty and provide financial stability. It is said that riches attained from Jhambala comes with a wealth of spirituality.
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The origin of the symbolism lie in the Chinese pre-occupation with tangerines. Tangerines have been cultivated for over 3,600 years in China. It later spread to other places throughout the world. The tangerine is very popular around Melrose, Florida, where it was introduced from China by a missionary, Rev. Barrington, in 1883. In ancient China, , annual tributes of tangerines were sent to the imperial palace from the southern provinces. They were transported through a long journey in pots, where by the time they arrive, the fruits ripened and had turned into golden color. Today, this fruit continues to be appreciated and highly regarded to increase prosperity and happiness when received or exchanged as gifts.
Where to Display?
1. Display the tangerines in your living or family rooms, business premises and offices, especially in southeast corner (wealth corner) to activate and enhance your wealth luck.
2. Display the tangerines facing your entrance so that you can see it as you enter to invite wealth and multiple fortune luck into your homes at chi entry points.
3. Display the tangerines in your office or shop to ring in more sales and achieve more monetary gains and successes.
4. Display the tangerines in the Northwest sector to activate your financial support luck for money finding opportunities.
5. The tangerines generate vibes to our minds to remind us of money seeking opportunities, which will enhance business luck tremendously.
6. The tangerines can be displayed in individual zodiac direction to enable good harvest throughout the year:
Rat – North
Ox – NE
Tiger – NE
Rabbit – East
Dragon – SE
Snake – SE
Horse – South
Sheep – SW
Monkey – SW
Rooster – West
Dog – NW
Pig – NW