This is one auspicious and powerful health enhancer in Feng Shui. Crafted in resin and washed in Redstone color, the God of Longevity or Sau Seng Kong is seen holding a staff tied with a Wulou, accompanied by a crane and an attendant child holding a peach. These are all the best and most popular icons of good health, longevity, and immortality in Chinese culture.
The God of Longevity or Sau is probably the most popular deity out of the three-star Gods Fuk Luk Sau. He represents good health, longevity, and quality, and smooth life.
The Peach has long been regarded as a traditional symbol for good health, longevity, and immortality. Legend has it that the Eight Immortals will be invited by the Goddess of the West for a feast when her trees bear fruits, which is how they attained immortality.
The Bird of Immortality, the crane is a very popular symbol that heralds longevity, marital harmony, and wisdom and is believed to live a thousand years. The crane is the most favored of all bird symbols of good fortune next to the phoenix.
Place the Sau Seng Kong with a Child and a Crane on an elevated height preferably facing directly to the main door of the room, with a solid wall behind him. If that is not possible, you can place it diagonally but still facing the main door. The Redstone Sau Seng Kong with a Child and a Crane will create good Feng Shui chi that bestows upon the family with good health luck. You do not have to pray to this deity.
Here is how you can use the Redstone Sau Seng Kong with a Child and a Crane to Feng Shui your way to a better life:
1. Display it in your living room, dining room, or family room to bring in lots of longevity energies into your home.
2. Display it in the East sector of your home for excellent health luck, ensuring you live a ripe old age. The East sector governs Health luck based on the Pakua Life Aspirations Theory.
The Redstone Sau Seng Kong with a Child and a Crane makes an excellent birthday gift for your parents or grandparents.