This is a beautiful Money Frog depicted sitting on a bed of gold ingots, carrying two strings of gold coins on its back and biting a coin. All these good fortunes and prosperity symbols render this Money Frog an extremely powerful wealth energizer to have.
What the Money Frog symbolizes and its Application in Symbolism Feng Shui:
The Money Frog, also known as the three-legged toad or “Chan Chu” in Chinese is probably the most auspicious symbol of money-making. This mythical creature is said to appear every full moon near homes that will receive the good news of increased wealth or monetary gain. Often portrayed sitting on a bed of wealth bearing a coin in its mouth, it is a wonderful symbol for wealth and career luck and for the patriarch of the family. The Money Frog is used for attracting wealth and abundance and can often be seen near cash registers, receptions, managers’ desks, and offices in Oriental countries.
Here is how you can use the Money Frogs to Feng Shui your way to a better life.
1. Place this wonderful creature in the wealth sector (South East) of your living room or office to magnify your windfall luck and enhance the income of the residents.
2. Place two Money Frogs: One inside your front door facing inwards symbolizes money coming into your home or business and the other facing outward to collect the money.
3. For those involved in jobs where there is the opportunity to earn a commission or side income, display a money frog next to your desk or diagonally opposite the front door to your home.
4. The best number of Money Frogs to have in your living room or garden is nine because it represents bringing in money from all directions of the compass. Place them randomly and discreetly under your table, behind the sofa, below the coffee table, etc. Ensure that each Money Frog faces a different direction of the compass in the living room and one near your front door hopping inward to bring in lots of wealth and money. If nine is not possible, three or six are good numbers too.
Note: NEVER keep money frogs in the bedroom, toilets, or kitchen.