Liuli Phoenix on Ru Yi


Liuli Phoenix on Ru Yi
Material: Liuli (Crystal Glass Glaze)
Color: Reddish Glaze
Dimension(in): 3.5×1.3×3.2in
Weight: 200g
ID: SL18045

The phoenix is the king of birds. In ancient China, the phoenix would appear in times of peace and prosperity, therefore being regarded as the symbol of harmony and luck. This heavenly bird will harvest opportunity luck, magnifies chances of success in all endeavours and generate new avenues of prosperity.The phoenix surprises people by turning bad luck into good luck. It will mysteriously carve out path of opportunities to your business, work, career or all other pursuits of your life. Since it is associated to the south corner, its presence brings you fame, recognition luck and popularity. The Ru Yi on the other hand symbolizes powerful authority. On the other hand, as a symbol of permanence and immovability, the Mountain is the emblem of rising wealth, powerful support and protection from reversal of fortune. Best suited for those seeking for promotion, win any competition, strike a lottery and for business success.

Note: Each piece is hand made with temperatures exceeding 1000C and is unique in color. Colors may differ from piece to piece due to complications of color flow in the make of liuli crystal glass.

The phoenix lives in the Chinese Parasol Tree. The parasol tree is the king of all trees and is known for its sturdiness. Once upon a time, the phoenix was only a normal looking bird. Being extremely diligent and conscientious, it possessed the good habit of gathering and accumulating fruits that were thrown away by other birds. The fruits were stored safely in its own nest. One bad season, the bird kingdom was truck by a drought and this had caused shortage of food. The phoenix offered its storage and as a gesture of gratitude, every bird plucked a feather to be presented to the phoenix. This being the reason why the phoenix has the most beautiful feathers compared to any other bird and is revered as the king of all birds. On the phoenix’s birthday, birds will flock to congratulate the phoenix, which expresses the sentiment “birds adoring the phoenix”.

Put together with dragon, the dragon and phoenix is the symbol of ultimate yin and yang and perfect feng shui. The dragon is symbol of male vigour and fertility. The phoenix symbolizes yin splendour and female beauty. They represent fruitful marriage blessed with a great deal of success and prosperity as well as many offsprings, and the beginning of a dynastic family. However, when alone, the phoenix gives “yang energy”.

The importance of Mountain symbol?
According to “Ocean of Eternity”, the mythological sacred range known as Kunlun was considered the origin of all things on earth as well as the spiritual home of Daoist Goddess, the Queen Mother of the West (Xi Wangmu). In chinese cosmology, mountains ensured cosmic order and permanence. According I-Ching (Book of Changes), the mountain is denoted by the Ken Trigram which describes the mountain as being still, waiting and being prepared. This means the mountain contains within it precious energy, masses of gold and hidden treasures. The mountain is a manifestation of all four of the celestial guardians of the four directions (Dragon of the east, Phoenix of the south, Tortoise of the north and Tiger of the west). Being the most powerful symbol on earth, a mountain peak or series of peak is a common symbol on Imperial Chinese robes, carpets and walls. The emperor always have the mountain symbol decorating the wall behind his royal seat for ultimate protection. It is said that the mountain governs health and relationship of the emperor. Health denotes longevity while relationship denotes national relationship with ministers and other states.

What Ru Yi symbolizes?
Originally, the Ru Yi was a short sword made from iron and used by ancients for self defence and for purposes of gesticulation. Later it evoluted to become a present to signify good wishes to the recipient. Some claimed it was used as a pointer of directions and others said it guards against anything unexpected. The shape was derived from lotus and some even claimed it was derived from ling tzi, a special curative fungus that cures a thousand diseases. The head of the Ru Yi is also a strong resemblance of a bat which brings fortune and good luck. The Ru Yi symbolizes authority and power in the imperial courts and royal assemblies. The Ru Yi was later being regarded as the sceptre for Imperial courts and offices, which was used by high ranking government officials including empresses. The Ru Yi has auspicious meanings: smoothness in endeavours and enhanced luck in undertakings. The Ru Yi is also a potent symbol carried by the Tua Peh Kong, Laughing Buddha and one of the Fuk Luk Sau (3 Star Gods) and many other deities for blessings. The symbol is most suitably used to bring our career to greater heights and raise the bar for authority. It ensures we get enough control over subordinates at work, increase our influential power and also if we have rebellious children.

Placement Suggestions
The phoenix is a must for those seeking for opportunities, fame, popularity and successes linked to popularity:

  1. Display in the Southwest corner to favour Matriarch luck and to favor love and relationship. When displayed together with the symbol of peony, it amplifies the creation of young lovers or couples.
  2. For those in the showbiz, politics or craving for fame and popularity, display in the south corner of your house and let lights shine on it. Display it high up in the living room where it can stand in splendour. The presence of the phoenix is important to assist a person who desires to be selected or elected for an important event, new role, promotion and important position. Displaying the phoenix in the south also magnifies wealth and abundance.
  3. For bachelor women and men seeking for love and marriage, display it in your nien yen direction according to your kua number.
  4. Display in the south to activate for fame, recognition and popularity luck.
  5. Display in the location where Purple star #9 is in both your natal and annual flying star chart to activate your long term wealth and prosperity that can last in future.
  6. For those who are seeking for romance and love luck, you can increase your chances of getting it by activating your personal “Tao Hua Luck”. Dsiplay it in your personal Tao Hua direction. It is also suitable to fire up the SW universal love corner to catalyze new love.
  7. Display it at your work desk to activate your career luck.
Weight 700 g
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