Carefully crafted with special attention given to details, this absolutely stunning-looking Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Lotus with Butterfly is hand-enameled, polished, and embellished with crystals to add a sparkling accent to this breathtaking ornament. The lotus is a good fortune flower. Place the Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Lotus with Butterfly in a well-lit area and it will shine and sparkle, emanating good ‘chi’ and vibes that attract good luck to the people in its surrounding.
Elegantly crafted, this magnificent and irresistible Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Lotus with Butterfly has a secret compartment with its interior painted in gold and has a magnetic clasp for easy and secure closure which can act as a wish-fulfilling box. Write down your wishes on a piece of paper and place them in the hidden compartment to enhance your chances for them to materialize. Some people swore by its potency in harvesting peach blossom luck or love luck, the luck to find that someone special in your life.
The Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Lotus with Butterfly also makes a very unique and beautiful collectible, as well as a lovely gift for many occasions. It will sure dazzle those giving or receiving it. The Bejeweled Wish-Fulfilling Lotus with Butterfly comes in a gift box for easy gift-giving as shown in the picture.
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What the Lotus symbolizes and its Application in Symbolism Feng Shui:
The Lotus, called ‘Lian Hua’ in Chinese is a universal symbol of purity and enlightenment. Regarded as a good fortune flower by many Feng Shui masters, the lotus is said to turn bad luck into good luck and heighten your sense of joy and peace. In Chinese custom, the word ‘Lian’ sounds successive and if depicted with the image of a baby, it becomes a symbol of good descendant luck. Lotus seed in Chinese is “Lian jee”, which sounds like a phrase that means “every year you have a son.” And because lotus leaves protect the fish under them and fish is regarded as abundance, the lotus also symbolizes good fortune secured through generations. One of the Eight Immortals, Ho Hsien Ku holds a lotus. She’s a symbol of family and marriage luck.
The Lotus rising beautifully from the mud and murky water signifies overcoming obstacles in life suggests bad things can turn good and pure, even in the darkest and gloomiest situations. This inspires one that one can distance oneself from any bad luck and sufferings, eventually rise out of it and bloom elegantly if one has a pure and sincere heart.
The Lotus is also associated with Buddhism. The Buddhist sutras say that the lotus has four virtues: scent, purity, softness, and loveliness. Legend has it that before Siddhartha Gautama’s or the Buddha’s birth, his mother dreamed of a white elephant presenting her with a lotus flower. When the Buddha was born, a lotus appeared with each of the seven steps he took in ten directions.
Here is how you can use the Lotus to Feng Shui your way to a better life:
1. Display the Lotus in your living room, family area, office table, and business premises to enhance wealth and overall good luck. The Lotus also serves as a reminder that you will come out unscathed from any difficult situations if you put your mind to solving them.
2. Place a Lotus in your living room or bedroom to enhance the harmonious chi in your home and to prevent quarrels in the family. The Lotus will emit Chi to promote calmer minds and thoughts for better relationships among family members.
3. Place a crystal Lotus near windows in your living room to catch the rays of the morning sun and reflect them into beautiful rainbow potent ‘yang’ energy to purify your surrounding chi and brings loads of luck into the home.