This is a beautiful replica of the Feng Shui Peony “Mau Tan” plant with one large glossy well-formed flower and healthy leaves. Fill the air in your home with love and wealth energies with this mesmerizing Feng Shui enhancer.
What the Peony Symbolizes and its Application in Symbolism Feng Shui
The Queen of all flowers and the national flower of China. The peony or ‘Mou Tan’ also known as the ‘Flower of Riches and Honor’ in Chinese. The peony is the emblem of love and affection, feminine beauty and the amorous feelings of youth. Peonies often in romantic Chinese poetry and literature. Besides, it acts as the main motifs of Chinese decorative arts. Also can be found on porcelains and tapestries. In Feng Shui, the Peony attracts romance and wealth luck.
During the Tang Dynasty of China, peonies became very popular and were often part of a dowry settlement. During this dynasty, the infamous Yang Gui Fei, one of the four beauties in the history of China developed a deep love for peonies. She decorated her bedroom profusely with peonies and had her garden fully planted with flowers. Perhaps this is one of the reasons why she became the Emperor’s most favourite and beloved concubine, out of thousand others.
Here is how you can use the Peonies to Feng Shui your way to a better life:
1. Display the Feng Shui Peony “Mau Tan” Plant in the living room. It heightens the charm of single ladies of marriageable age in the home and attracts many suitors. The Chi brought about by the Peonies symbol will help them find good husbands.
2. Placing the Peony Flower Plant near the front door or in the Southwest corner of the living room to enhance the happy energy, passion and excitement in any relationship, just like how the love potion works!
3. Single men can place the Peony Tree in the southwest corner of their bedroom to activate the yin energy into his surrounding, signifying impending marriage, thus bringing in prospective females into their lives.