Featured on a foldable screen that decorates any table conveniently is the familiar theme in Chinese art known as “Eight Horses of King Mu”. King Mu’s (Mu Wang) horses are reknown for having carried the fifth ruler of the Zhou Dynasty (Kind Mu, 1023-957BCE) through his empire in a chariot. The horses were said to be as swift as dragons and their individual names reflected their talents. This theme has come to symbolize perseverance and success and the images are commonly found in Asian office lobbies and in the offices of CEOs. :
- First horse’s name was “Beyond Earth”, whose hooves did not touch the ground.
- Second horse’s name was “Windswept Plumes”, which went faster than any winged bird.
- Third horse’s name was “Rush By Night”, which covered ten thousand leagues in teh night.
- Fourth horse’s name was “Faster than Shadow”, which could keep up with the journeying sun.
- Fifth horse’s name was “Finer than Flashing Light”, whose coat was the sheen of dazzling light.
- Sixth horse’s name was “Faster than Light”, whose single bound cast ten shadows.
- Seventh horse’s name was “Rising Mist”, which rushed along on the crest of the clouds.
- Eighth horse’s name was “Wing Bearer”, whose body had fleshy plumes.
The image of Eight Galloping Horses magnifies the good fortune in Period 8. For ladies who wish to become divas and popular in their social life, these horses will definitely spice up you life. For career minded men who wish to be recognized at work and climb higher in their corporate ladder. Display this art screen in the south of your house, living room, office or your study if you are looking for fame. For those seeking love, you can quicken the process by firing up the southwest with these fiery horses. Those seeking to increase your education luck can place them in the northeast to fire up the earth element in that sector.
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What the Horse symbolizes and how to place the display?
Horse is a zodiac sign in chinese astrology and one of the 7 Treasures of Buddhism. Its element is fire and its direction is in the south. It is therefore associated to fame, popularity and recognition in ones life. The horse is an emblem of speed, perseverance and success. “Arrival of horse brings success” is a popular phrase used for centuries in a chinese saying. This phrase is commonly used to greet people who wish to start a new year, a new endeavour, a new business, an important examination and an important project. Extremely loyal in nature, the horse will be used as carriage for grand arrival of warriors who won battles in ancient times. The horse exerts very “yang” energy which signifies success, victory, strength, power, perseverance, speed and elegance.
Horses are associated to fame. Fame luck is an important aspiration of life because it is indirectly related to increasing income luck in your career life. Businessmen, employees, artistes and politicians are likely to crave a lot for fame luck to ensure their fortune continue to grow exponentially, especially in this highly competitive environment.
Images and figurines of horse is a great gift for others to usher in success.
- Display the galloping horses coming into your home, important rooms or office.
- Display the galloping horses on your desk to ensure your work is always recognized by your boss and your goals are always met. They will also help you create a significant differentiator between you and your peers in the hearts of management. They make you run faster than everyone else.
- For those who are facing the public, you may gain fame by placing these horses in the south sector of your living room or family area. They will bring upward mobility in all aspects of your life.
- For those seeking for love, they can quicken the process by firing up the southwest with their fire element.
- Those who are seeking to increase your education luck can place them in the northeast to fire up the earth element in the sector.