Feng Shui Rearing Horse

Feng Shui Rearing Horse

$23.99

Displaying the Feng Shui Rearing Horse coming into your home or office will bring you victory and ensure you triumph over all your competitions.

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Description

This is a beautiful depiction of a horse in a victorious pose that connotes strength, success, agility, and power. Place it on your study or work desk for those who wish to enhance these qualities in them.

The Horse’s intrinsic element is a fire which makes it Yang and an excellent enhancer in the South sector to activate fame, recognition, and good reputation which are essentials for success in this competitive world today. Perfect for artists, politicians, and entrepreneurs.

What the Horse symbolizes and how to use this symbol to enhance your Feng Shui:

The Horse (seventh sign of the Chinese Zodiac) in Chinese Feng Shui symbolizes perseverance, strength, loyalty, victory, power, independence, strong spirited, speed, and success. It is believed that placing the Horse figurines in your home or workplace will strengthen and enhance all the good traits and characteristics it represents in family members born in the year of Horse. It is no surprise that you can almost always find paintings and sculptures of horses in Chinese homes and businesses.

The Horse’s direction is in the South (157.5 degrees to 187.5 degrees) and its intrinsic element is a fire which makes it Yang and an excellent enhancer in the South sector to activate fame, recognition, and good reputation which are essentials for success in this competitive world today. Fame, popularity, and recognition are especially crucial in determining how far an artist, politician, and entrepreneur can go. The Horse’s allies are the Tiger and the Dog and the Sheep is its secret friend.

In Feng Shui, the horses are usually classified into Tribute Horse and Victory Horse.

In ancient China, the Chinese had always associated the tribute horse with gifts given to emperors and high officials, brought by the vanquished to the victors after wars and battles. The tribute horse is seen decorated with robes, laden with valuables such as gold ingots, pearls, gems, gold coins and etc., which represents the aspiration of a comfortable life. The tribute horse brings fame, recognition, and triumphs over competitors, ensuring your talents and hard work are acknowledged and rewarded.

On the other hand, Victory horses are shown galloping, running upwards signifying upward mobility and promotion, steady and speedy climb to fame and success in career and life. Sometimes they are depicted with birds at their feet, suggesting that the horses are running as fast as the bird can fly. This symbolizes success at an accelerated rate! Here is how the Horse figurine can be used to Feng Shui your way to a better life:

1. For people born in the year of Horse, place the Feng Shui Rearing Horse on your work or study desk, in the sector between 157.5 degrees to 187.5 degrees of your house or in the Tiger or the Dog sector (allies of Horse) to energize your personal good wealth luck.

2. Display the Feng Shui Rearing Horse figurine on an elevated height in the South of your home or office for fame and recognition luck. Your work and efforts will be appreciated and acknowledged. The people you want to notice your talents and capability will, which eventually will help to catapult you to success, or even stardom!

3. If you are involved in a competitive situation in your job or in business, displaying the Feng Shui Rearing Horse coming into your home or office will bring you victory and ensure you triumph over all your competitions, be it a promotion or a project idea. For businessmen, his endeavors will reap rewards more quickly and with less effort.

The Rearing Horse figurine makes excellent Feng Shui gifts for friends and relatives starting or in a competitive business. Great for someone that’s career-minded with high ambitions and big goals, or people born in the year of Horse.

Additional information

Weight1.54 kg
Dimensions17.8 × 7.6 × 18.4 cm
Materials

Resin

Color

Brass