The lotus is essentially used to signify joy, peace, purity and sincerity. Those who have them on display for feng shui reasons are usually for purification, transcendence and harmony between members of the household. For this reason of promoting harmony and dissolving conflict, they are sometimes also placed in areas that can dissolve disharmony in the house. The lotus will ensure that all members of the household stay supportive of one another, and to prevent clashes and conflict from arising. Also an excellent cure for use within the office to maintain a productive and supportive environment between colleagues and workmates. The lotus is the flower dedicated to Buddha. The lotus confidently rises above water and blossom to create a strong sense of purity in the surroundings. The lotus is also a sign of love for the family, friends and associates. The lotus will emit good chi to clear the mind for those intending to set important goals and achieving them successfully. Display this to bring you many fruitful returns and dissolve angers or quarrelsome energy. A peaceful mind created by the lotus is key to having a smoothsailing year ahead where you can focus your energy on useful things, especially in your career and health. On the other hand, viewed as an official assiduously serving its ‘king’ (“fengwang” 蜂王) a bee’s arrival is thought to augur prosperity. Phonetically, the word for the bee sounds like the word “feng” (title of count) which also means it is a symbol of ascent in the hierarchy of power. Because the bee brings about pollination it represents the male gender and so if the bee is shown with a flower this shows a young man seeking love and happiness.
The item comes with a tai chi lotus horoscope plate.
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Tai Chi Lotus Horoscope 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 symbol of Tai Chi generates “balance”. When balance is attained, negativities diminish to give way to positivities! The Lotus on the other hand is essentially used to signify joy, harmony, peace, purity and sincerity. Next, the Twelve Horoscope animals will protect and maximize the wealth luck of all zodiacs whether one has good or bad luck in any particular year. All zodiacs will get immuned to misfortune and obtain equal opportunities to maximize their wealth luck. Each zodiac is associated to one of the 12 mountains and will bring about a certain kind of elemental influence, thus has enhancing and curing capability. While the Four Celestial Guardians (Dragon, Phoenix, Tortoise and Tiger) guard the four cardinal directions, the Twelve Zodiac animals will relieve the 12 mountains (directions) off any disorganized elements and interactive influences. The twelve zodiacs also represent the cycle of time, therefore it will incorporate the “time dimension” to ensure long lasting good feng shui of a space, to create good luck, to cure bad luck and to increase desired opportunities in life. The plate is consecrated with the mantra of White Tara. Having great control over the cosmic world, this mantra pulverizes all negative forces and clear blocked pathways.
Miraculously growing in the murkiest of conditions surrounded by mud under the water, the lotus seems to be fragile, but it is flexible and strong, and finally gets out of the muddy water to open itself to the world and become a beautiful flower. The lotus is therefore a lucky symbol that’s revered for its resilience, and of course, its beauty. For Buddhists, beyond the fact that the lotus is considered as a sacred flower, it’s a symbol of every man and woman’s ability to surpass their conditions no matter their origin, and accomplish themselves, just like the lotus flower growing tall until it floats above the muddy waters. Everyone has the potential to elevate themselves and reach Buddha’s state “without letting the world pollute them, like a lotus on water” as cited in the Lotus Sutra, one of Buddhism’s most important educational texts offering extraordinary symbolism of lotus. The lotus is thought of as a symbol of purification and transcendence.
1. Display in the sector that hosts conflict energy such as Quarrelsome Star #3.
2. Display in the sector that hosts relationship energy such as Star of Relationship #1.
3. Display in love and romance corner such as the southwest corner.
4. Display in areas where quarrels usually occur.
5. Display in direction of relationship such as ones personal Nien Yen corner.
6. Display at the prayer altar of Buddhas and Bodhisattvas.
7. Display at your work desk.