Balinese Styled Money Frog


Balinese Styled Money Frog
Material: Compressed stone
Color: Stone
Dimension(in): 2.9×2.4×3 in
Weight: 100g
ID: SL11483

If you are seeking for a money frog that suits to the natural stone type or wooden type of environment, the best is to bring in this balinese-style money frog. Made from compressed stone, it is finely crafted to close perfection which is suitable for both your interior and exterior (including your garden and pond area). There are seven genuine and glittering swarovski crystals behind its back that represent the seven northern stars. With its mouth also biting a 24K gold plated coin, such gesture describes how hardworking she will be, in generating endless windfall for you. It will lead to the manifestation of uncompromising ambition in ultimate windfall, speculative investments, gambling, lottery, horseracing, football bet and stock market. You may display a total up to nine pieces in a single section of your house.

What the Money Frog symbolizes?
The Money Frog (also called Three Legged Toad or Frog) is the divine version of frog, in which it has three legs only. It is considered as the most significant emblem of prosperity, wealth and money blessings in Feng Shui. It was said to have lived in the moon and its power became very pronounced during eclipse. Chinese legends had said the Money Frog was originally the wife of a legendary figure who obtained the Elixir of Immortality from Goddess of the West (Hsi Wang Mu). The naturally greedy her stole the elixir of immortality. She was punished by other deities of the heaven and transformed her into a three legged frog and sent to stay in the moon. Since then wherever people see the Money Frog, there is a bed of money surrounding it because being naturally greedy she craves for money. For generations, this mythical Money Frog became the holy creature that protects against misfortune and promised to bring to any household bigger enrichment in wealth. We’re talking about creating abundance in wealth for serious Feng Shui practitioners.

The Money Frog is also often associated to Liu Hai, who was a capable Taoist Magic student. The Money Frog became his possession which could bring him to wherever he wants to go. When he couldn’t find the Money Frog, he would use a string of coins as a bait to fish the Money Frog. That is why the picture of Liu Hai fishing for the Money Frog is ever so popular among the chinese because it represents extremely good money luck.

Traditionally, the Money Frog is usually depicted holding a chinese coin in its mouth and sitting on lots of gold ingots, coins and wealth. Sometimes the Money Frog will have a throne on its head to signify its king’s authority of creating wealth. Besides, a bagua could also be carved on its back to protect against loss of money that had been gained. Some Money Frogs would also carry strings of chinese coins tied behind its back. The Money Frog normally has 7 dots of star pattern behind its back to represent 7 Great North Pole stars of the bagua, which fundamentally triggered the Feng Shui fundamentals.

The Money Frog can be placed in many places to multiply our wealth and build prosperity:

  1. Some of the housewives who pursue for gambling luck would place the money frog at the altar of the Earth God or Wealth God.
  2. For businessmen who wanted success, the Money Frog is a must to be placed at cash registrars, shop reception, treasurer’s desk and safe and any part of business premise which deals with money and customers.
  3. To invite more wealth luck, additional sources of income and career growth that eventually leads to more income, you may placed either one, three, six or nine Money Frogs randomly in your living room or garden, to signify them hopping as they bring lots of wealth and money scattering all over your home. They can be placed diagonally facing your main door and some inward facing, but never facing straight out of the door and they will never return. Feng Shui Masters believe they go out in the afternoon to collect money and return at nite with lots of money sticking on their feet. Treat them like frogs and not deities, therefore they can be placed on the floor or low. They can also be placed under chairs, tables and sofas or any other isolated places. If they are placed too high, they might be afraid to jump down and go out to look for money. They also cannot be placed in bedroom, kitchen and toilets.
  4. To invite constant cash flow and double the income of homes, you may put two Money Frogs on each side of the entrance inside your premises with their heads looking in and not out.
  5. Money Frogs are a must to enhance the southeast (known as wealth sectors), in your personal “Sheng Chi” direction (click here to find out) and in the locations of your premise where lucky stars #1, #6, #7, #8 and #9 reside. In these locations, you will experience sudden windfall from time to time.
Weight 350 g
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