This Tua Peh Kong is another wealthy deity that is revered by many successful people in Asia, especially by the Hokkien community. He is depicted sitting on a chair with the Chinese character “Fortune” inscribed on its back. He is carrying a Ru Yi, the scepter of power to signify authority on his left hand and a large gold ingot on his right, a symbol of wealth and success. He brings good fortune, windfall luck, authority luck, and business luck wherever he’s displayed.
Display the image of the Tua Peh Kong in your living room, main hall, or offices for wealth luck. He is best placed facing directly the entrance. If this is not possible, place the Tua Peh Kong diagonally but still facing toward the entrance.
You can also place the Tua Peh Kong in:
1. your Sheng Chi or Best direction based on your KUA number (8 Mansion Theory)
2. Southeast sector to activate your wealth luck as this is the universal wealth corner based on Pakua 8 Life Aspirations Theory.
3. a wealth vase, as recommended by Lillian Too, world-famous feng shui author.
Do not place Tua Peh Kong on the floor, toilet areas, or kitchen.