Unique and stunning, the heart-warming combination of the fortune Lion Head (“si” in chinese) and the auspicious Ru Yi resembles “Wan Shi Ru Yi” which connotes “everything splendid and prosperous”. This means all your undertakings, family matters, projects, encounters, social life, financial portfolios will be at excellent status all year round. With the elegant looking emblem, nothing will be restrained and nothing will hold you back from advancing forward. Also adorned are the auspicious symbols of “sau” (longevity) in the center and “wu fuk” (five fortunes) at the tail of the Ru Yi. The reverse side is consecrated with the sacred “Wishfulfilling Mantra” (OM PADMO USHNISHA VIMALE HUM PHAT) to enable the fulfillment of your wishes. The Ru Yi is the powerful emblem of authority, power and smooth riding endeavours. On the other hand, the lion is considered to be the king of animals and owns the greatest supreme position in the animal world. It also stands for high position, great wealth, fame and power for the family. The lion sounds like “master” in chinese, which also implies that your children will grow up to be senior civil officials. What is more, three gold ingots create a rebus for the three “yuans”; thus “san yuan”. “San yuan” refers to “jie yuan”, “hui yuan” and “zhuang yuan”. It is the highest manifestation of wealth. They signify immense and immeasurable amount of wealth.When displayed in the living room or family hall this combined emblem will guard the whole family from any harm. You can also display this at your personal “sheng chi” corner of your living room.
Note: This item comes with a decorative box and is energy infused. Item comes with certificate of authenticity.
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. 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. Ru Yi has auspicious meanings: smoothness in endeavours and enhanced luck in undertakings. 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. The item can be displayed to ensure we get enough control over subordinates at work, increase our influential power and also if we have rebellious children. The Ru Yi can also protect you from evil, harmful people and misfortune.
- Display it in the West (family luck corner) to enhance your authority in the family, especially over your children who are rebellious.
- Display it in the Northwest of your living rooms or family rooms to energize your mentor luck. This will bring in helpful people and support from important people.
- Display it in the north sector of your living room or work desk to improve your career luck and to enable promotional opportunities. It will help you gather more support from subordinates and peers, besides having more command over difficult employees.
- For wives who are seeking more authority, control or say in the family or over your husbands, you can display it in the Southwest corner of your bedroom or living room or nien yen direction.
- To increase one’s individual luck, you can display it in your personal zodiac direction:
Rat – North
Ox – NE
Tiger – NE
Rabbit – East
Dragon – SE
Snake – SE
Horse – South
Sheep – SW
Monkey – SW
Rooster – West
Dog – NW
Pig – NW