Water, the source of life and vital for all known living beings has an amazing healing power as it cleanses, refreshes, and restores energy in our lives. Water movement is thus one of the most potent ways to activate chi and thus Feng Shui luck. A water feature is a simple and effective enhancer of good fortune that magnifies business luck, wealth luck, and riches. Placing a water feature in the correct corners of homes or business premises is the best method of energizing the wonderful essence of the water element that offers the promise of enhanced money luck. It provides the perfect mechanism to circulate and distribute good chi to energize your space.
When applied correctly, it is a powerful prosperity generator and will generally bring more opportunity to every aspect of your life. This really is an impressive-looking water feature made of resin to imitate colorful liuli crystals. Liuli literally means colored glass in ancient Chinese but now it refers to an exquisite type of glass made from a special lost-wax casting technique (also known as pate-de-Verre or cire-perdue). This lovely item, specially designed with Feng Shui in mind to generate prosperity chi and fortune luck will add Feng Shui beauty and auspicious chi to any home or office decor. It is crafted into a Money Toad, a powerful traditional symbol for wealth attraction.
For added potency, the Money Frog is shown resting on stacks of coins which are placed on an octagonal base resembling a Pakua with its sides decorated with the 8 auspicious symbols, whilst the rolling ball sits on a huge ingot. 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 Toad is used for attracting wealth and abundance and can often be seen near cash registers, receptions, managers’ desks, and offices in Oriental countries.