This pair of Heavenly winged Pi Yao is carved out of jade. They bring in fortune wherever they go. Lovely to own by those seeking to ward off bad luck and to magnify wealth luck.
Highly recommended by Feng Shui practitioners, bring these faithful Pi Yao home today as your “Feng Shui pets “!
What the Pi Yao symbolizes and how to use this symbol to enhance your Feng Shui:
The Pi Yao is a mystical creature that is a particularly powerful and auspicious creature of good fortune. It is said to have a voracious appetite that is infinite. The interesting part is that the Pi Yao does not have an anus, which means things only go in but never come out. It is therefore a favorite must-have for businessmen and merchants wishing loads of money rolling in without spilling out a dime. It is no wonder that Pi Yau can often be seen in banks, casinos, foreign exchange markets, and finance companies in Oriental countries.
Besides that, the Chinese adore the Pi Yao because of its protective, obedient, and loyal nature. It is believed that the Pi Yao will always try its best to fulfill its owner’s wish and protect its owner from any harm. Because of these capabilities, smaller versions of Pi Yao are often worn as an amulet or carried in one’s bag wherever one goes.
Here is how you can use the Pair of Green Jade Pi Yao to Feng Shui your way to a better life.
1. Those afflicted with Tai Sui should display the Pair Of Green Jade Pi Yao where the annual Grand Duke Jupiter resides. It is an extremely powerful symbol that will help to appease the Grand Duke Jupiter and dissolve bad luck.
2. You should place a Pair of Green Jade Pi Yao if you have just moved into a new home or renovated or carried out building work or are having a run of bad luck. Display this figurine anywhere in your living room to keep yourself away from harm.
3. Many believe placing lottery tickets under the Pi Yao will bring good luck.
4. Place the Pair of Green Jade Pi Yao at your work desk or reception counter to attract good fortune and protection from people with bad intentions that may cause physical harm.
Please avoid placing the Pi Yao in bedrooms, kitchen, and toilet.