This gold ingot, a replica of the ancient Chinese gold ingot is made of brass and chromed in gold with top-grade finishing. It is hefty on the palm, almost like the real thing. The character on the gold ingot means “Welcoming and Bringing in Wealth”.
What the Gold Ingot symbolizes and its Application in Symbolism Feng Shui
Gold Ingots are called “Yuen Bao” in Chinese. They were used as a currency by high officials and emperors in ancient China and today, in Feng Shui terms, they are regarded as the symbol of wealth and fortune. Gold ingots are extremely auspicious and are essential ingredients for wealth vases and wealth ships. Placing them with other wealthy deities such as Fuk Luk Sau and Chai Sen Yeh will magnify the effect.
You can place the gold ingots in the Southeast corner of your living or family rooms, offices, or business premises to activate the wealth sector based on the Pakua 8 Aspirations Life Theory and thus attract money luck. It can also be used to energize mentor luck in the Northwest sector.
The gold ingot is a good metal cure to use to weaken and suppress the earth element of Illness Star #2 and Five Yellow Star #5 in sectors afflicted by these malignant stars. The Illness Star 2 brings disease, sickness, and health problems while the Five yellow manifests as accidents, mishaps, and losses.