The Laughing Buddha himself is a vision of happiness as well as a manifestation of wealth and luck due to all the auspicious symbols that he usually surrounds himself with such as a Ru Yi, Wu Lou, and gold ingots and coins. He is seen dressed here in royal purple robes with silver accents to form the Chinese homonym “Ngan Chee” which connotes “Money”. This figurine depicts him having a big bag – which serves 2 functions. He helps scoop up all your unhappiness, worries, and problems and stuff them into his bag. It’s also thought to carry treasures and money for you. Display the “Ngan Chee” Happy Buddha In Royal Purple in the living room, office, or where you can see him daily to enjoy his blessings. Rub his belly daily for your wishes to manifest. It is said that the bigger the belly, the more auspicious he is!
In Feng Shui, the Laughing Buddha, also known by Buddhists as Matreiya, is one of the most supreme symbols of joy and well-being. He is also known as Budai, milefo, hotei or the Happy Buddha. The Laughing Buddha is the most common Buddha that can see worldwide. When this jolly character is placed within any home, he will do wonders for all the residents inside; in addition to revitalizing any dead or negative chi and relieving tension, he is believed to also summon fortune and riches for all family members. The Laughing Buddha can also be displayed in the office and prominent places in business venues, such as the front counter, lobby, or cashier. He is also a highly revered figure placed at the altar in many temples.
The Laughing Buddha is a sure mood lifter when looked at, no matter how down one can be. Everyone could definitely use one of these in their home, office, or vehicle even!