This pendant of the sacred elephant is finely crafted from genuine jade and added with a touch of silver. The elephant gives many blessings in Feng Shui. It is especially effective in bringing infant luck to those who are wishing for babies and promises to bring you a lovely child into your life. The elephant also takes away troubles and is a strong protective symbol. Besides, the elephant is a sacred animal in Thailand and India, and is used to represent loyalty, wisdom, longevity and elegance. It is an auspicious symbol of good luck and excellent fortune. Best gift for couples who are newly weds or wishful of having their own kids.
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What elephant symbolizes?
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.
When do you wear the pendant of the sacred elephant?
- If you are hoping to bring in a new member to your family (baby).
- For self protection, you may wear this pendant for safety blessings especially when you are going through bad times.
- For office protection and good luck, wear this pendant with you during work. It represents good governance, intelligence, dignity and prudence for executives.