“Pak Choy” on Hen Laying Golden Egg


“Pak Choy” on Hen Laying Golden Egg – Energy Infused
Material: Metal and Swarovski Crystals
Color: 24K Gold Plated and Multicolored
Dimension(in): 2.9×1.7×2.5in Hen; 3.5×3.5×0.2in Base
Weight: 389g
ID: 23-AG-12

Availability: In stock

Signifying a multitude of descendants and money, having a hen laying golden egg is actually the answer to unlocking the secret to a rich and happy life. It signifies surprisingly outstanding YIELD in your endeavours such as in your business pursuits, career, sales and even your personal wishes such as getting a great spouse. The hen also symbolizes ideal maternal love: she is self-sacrificing, nurturing, protective, and comforting. It leads you to a journey of protected financial freedom where you are destined for prosperity, not scarcity, for abundance, not lack. You see yourself living in bounteous life – a life more than enough. The “pak choy” is a harbinger of wealth abundance. While it might seem humble, it is viewed as a sign of prosperity stemming from wordplay. That’s because its name — “pak choy” (100 types of prosperity) — is a pun for “fatt choy” symbolizing wealth continuously rolling in and growing over time. All in all, the combination of the hen and pak choy attracts money, bountiful amounts of money, multiplying, duplicating, replenishing itself, infinite money, recreating money effortlessly where money rushes to you everyday. They are the emblem of rising wealth, powerful prosperity and protection from reversal of fortune. Infinite money is yours to earn, save, invest, exponentially multiplying where abundances embraces you. You will see abundance where great supply, plenitude, sufficiency, more than enough and surplus. There are two rollings of mantras that are kept inside the secret compartment: 1. Yellow Jhambala Mantra (Wealth God who blesses one with prosperity) and 2. Wish-fulfilling Mantra (actualize your dreams). The item comes with a Tai Chi Double Lotus Plate.

Note: This item is energy infused and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Tai Chi Double Lotus Plate

A catalyst for activation, the plate boosts the energy of any feng shui artifact placed on top of it. It enables the artifact to interact well and form a balance with its surrounding. According to the theory of “Yin Yang”, the manifestation of Tai Chi generates “balance”. When balance is attained, negativities diminish to give way to positivities! The lotuses on the other hand is essentially used to signify joy, harmony, peace, purity and sincerity. The plate is consecrated with the mantra of Amitayus. Having great control over the cosmic world, this mantra increases one’s lifespan, acquires good fortune and wisdom, avoids untimely or accidental death, removes all negative karma, and accomplishes non-death or is reborn the Western Pure Land of Ultimate Bliss. The plate is also empowered with two taoist magic incantations, one to fix 100 types of poison arrows (protection against all negativity) and the other is to enable wishes to be materialized.

What the Hen symbolizes?

Traditionally, the hen represents the biggest source of protein for the family in olden days. This is because the hen yields eggs which is a precious type of food for human growth and development. During war times in ancient china, every soldier will consume a minimum of two eggs everyday to stay healthy and strong, as mentioned in ancient war texts. Therefore the mother hen was considered to be extremely precious to all families in ancient china. The hen laying eggs therefore represents good yields that could feed us enough with wealth, food and abundance. There are also myths and legends which mentioned that then hen has the ability to lay golden eggs to make us rich overnight!!!

What the Pak Choy (Bai Cai) symbolizes?

If you’ve ever wondered about the roots of the napa cabbage sculpture that can be seen in many restaurants, homes, or places of business, your answer is here. While the cabbage might seem humble, it is viewed as a sign of prosperity stemming from wordplay. That’s because its name — “bai cai” or white vegetable — is a pun for “100 prosperity” symbolizing wealth abundance. Not only does the cabbage symbolize wealth, it’s valued as a food source as well. During the harsh winter months, it’s a hearty vegetable that keeps for a long time. Even when the outer leaves wither, the inner leaves are still good. It’s also versatile and can be cooked in myriad ways. Believed to bring hundreds of years of wealth, during the Ching Dynasty in the 19th century an important artifact of cabbage was displayed in the Forbidden City. This most famous of non-edible cabbages is a small jadeite sculpture that is part of the collection at the National Palace Museum in Taiwan.

Place the hen correctly for maximum benefit
The followings are the recommended areas to display this ornament:

  1. Display the hen 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 hen 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 hen in your office and shops to ring in more sales and achieve more monetary gains and successes.
  4. Display the hen in the Northwest sector to activate your financial support luck for money finding opportunities.
  5. The hen laying golden egg generates vibes to our minds to remind us of money seeking opportunities, which will enhance business luck tremendously.
  6. Display the hen laying golden egg at your cash register to keep sales flowing in.
  7. For married couples seeking for fertility, you can place the hen in the west corner of your bedroom to bless you with children.


Weight 700 g
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